Watch IPL 2021 – The Indian Premier League (IPL) has returned to India after spending the previous season in the UAE due to COVID-19. Due to the current second phase of the pandemic, there will be no in-person participation this year as well. The world’s largest cricket extravaganza, on the other hand, will be broadcast live in most countries around the world. We’ll tell you how and where to watch IPL 2021 outside of India in this post (online and cable TV).
Outside of India, you can watch the IPL 2021 match
After being postponed to autumn last year due to the pandemic, the IPL has returned to its usual summertime slot. Many nations, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and even the United States, will broadcast the cricket tournament live. Continue reading to learn how to watch IPL 2021 online or on cable TV in India and abroad.
How to Watch IPL 2021 in India
In India, the IPL 2021 will be broadcast live on Star Sports (Star Sports and Star Sports HD). If you have a VIP or Premium subscription to Disney+ Hotstar, you will be able to watch it live on the platform. The matches will be broadcast in at least seven Indian languages in addition to English. In India, here’s how and where you will watch the IPL 2021:
- Tamil: Star Sports Tamil (All match days). Vijay Super (SD) on Sundays
- Telugu: Star Sports Telugu (All match days). Maa Movies (SD and HD) on Sundays
- Hindi: Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 Hindi HD
- Marathi: Star Pravah (SD and HD) on Sundays
- Malayalam: Star Sports Malayalam (All match days). Asianet Plus (SD) on Sundays
- Kannada: Star Sports Kannada (All match days). Star Suvarna (SD and HD) on Sundays
- English: Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports Select 1 SD, Star Sports Select 1 HD, Star Sports 3, Star Sports HD 3
- Bangla: Star Sports Bangla (All match days). Jalsha Movies (SD and HD) on Sundays
DD Sports will also broadcast one game every week on a one-hour delay. You will learn how to watch IPL 2021 for free in India by reading our comprehensive guide.
How to Watch IPL 2021 in Pakistan
Unfortunately for Pakistani cricket fans, the IPL 2021 will not be broadcast in the country due to the worsening relationship between the two neighbours. You can, however, look into the best VPNs for streaming geo-restricted content on the internet.
South Asia is a continent in Asia (Except India and Pakistan)
In Nepal, Net TV Nepal and SimTV Nepal have the IPL 2021 rights, while in Sri Lanka, SLRC, Dialog TV, and PeoTV will be the go-to channels. Bangladeshi cricket fans can follow Rashid Khan’s exploits on Channel 9 and Gazi TV, while Afghan cricket fans can follow his exploits on Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA). Meanwhile, Yupp TV has digital rights to broadcast IPL 2021 in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Japan, Bhutan, and the Maldives, among other countries in South Asia.
Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong
IPL 2021 is available on StarHub TV+ in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.
Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America are all represented.
YuppTV will broadcast IPL 2021 in South East Asia and the rest of Europe (barring the UK and Ireland). It has the digital rights to broadcast IPL 2021 in large parts of South Asia, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia (except Malaysia and Singapore). It also has rights to Continental Europe, Central and South America.
Caribbean and Pacific Islands
Flow Sports 2 will broadcast IPL 2021 live in the Caribbean, while EMTV will do so in Papua New Guinea. Digicel will be the go-to destination for IPL 2021 around the majority of the Pacific Islands.
Middle East and Africa
In South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, SuperSport will be the official broadcaster of the IPL 2021. In the meantime, BeIN Sports has won the digital media rights to broadcast the IPL 2021 in the Middle East and North Africa. The matches will be broadcast on BeIN Sports 3 in these areas.
Canada and the United States of America
Willow TV, which is available on most major cable and satellite TV providers, including Dish, Spectrum, Xfinity, Verizon Fios, and others, will broadcast all of the IPL 2021 action in the United States and Canada. The IPL 2021 live stream is also available on the Willow TV app for Android and iOS, as well as streaming platforms including Sling TV. In addition, every game in the country will be live-streamed on Hotstar US.
New Zealand and Australia
In Australia, Fox Sports is the official broadcaster of the IPL 2021. Kayo Sports, on the other hand, has the digital streaming rights. Other live sporting activities include the NRL, Aussie Rules (Australian Rules Football), Formula One, and more. IPL 2021 will be shown on Sky Sports 2 in New Zealand for cricket fans.
The United Kingdom and Ireland
In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event will broadcast all 60 games of the IPL 2021. The Sky Go software, which is available on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Fire OS, and Huawei’s Harmony OS, can also be used to watch cricket matches.
Outside of India, you can watch the IPL 2021 match (Online and Cable TV)
Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore will play the reigning champions, Mumbai Indians, led by Rohit Sharma, in the first match of the 2021 season. The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. IST today (Friday, April 9th) (2 PM GMT). On the official IPL website, you can find the complete schedule. Meanwhile, as you can see from the schedule above, IPL 2021 will be broadcast almost anywhere in the world, whether you’re in India or not. So, in these unpredictable times, turn on IPL 2021 and enjoy some fantastic cricket action.
Source : Beebom