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ICC U19 World Cup: Only one match of Nepal U19 will be LIVE in Star Sports

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Among the three group matches, only one match of Nepal will be live in Star Sports which will be against team India.

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The future stars of international
cricket are primed to become
household names as the ICC is set to produce live coverage of a record 20 matches from the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Bangladesh 2016 which, in turn, will be aired around the world by 15 broadcasters.
The ICC, in line with its commitment to enhance the profile of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, has put in place an impressive schedule that includes live broadcast coverage of all four
matches from the Zahur Ahmed
Chowdhury Stadium (ZACS) in
Chittagong, seven matches from
Fatullah (including two Super League quarter-finals and five Super League play-offs) and nine matches from the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium (SBNS) in Mirpur, including four first- round matches, two quarter-finals,
both the semi-finals and the 14
February final.

Broadcast schedule (all matches start 0900 Bangladesh time):
27 Jan –South Africa v Bangladesh, ZACS, Chittagong

28 Jan – Ireland v India, SBNS,
Mirpur
29 Jan –England v West Indies,
ZACS, Chittagong
30 Jan – India v New Zealand, SBNS, Mirpur
31 Jan –England v Zimbabwe, ZACS, Chittagong
1 Feb – India v Nepal, SBNS, Mirpur
2 Feb – West Indies v Zimbabwe,
ZACS, Chittagong
3 Feb – Pakistan v Sri Lanka, SBNS, Mirpur
5 Feb – Super League quarter-final 1 (AA1 v DD2), SBNS, Mirpur
6 Feb – Super League quarter-final 3 (DD1 v AA2), Fatullah
7 Feb – Super League quarter-final 4 (CC1 v BB2), SBNS, Mirpur
8 Feb – Super League quarter-final 2 (BB1 v CC2), Fatullah
9 Feb – Super League semi-final 1
(winner Super League quarter-final 1 v winner Super League quarter-final 4), SBNS, Mirpur
9 Feb – Super League play/off semi- final 1* (loser Super League quarter- final 1 v loser Super League quarter- final 4), Fatullah
10 Feb – Super League play/off
semi-final 2 (loser Super League
quarter-final 2 v loser Super League quarter-final 3), Fatullah
11 Feb – Super League semi-final 2 (winner Super League quarter-final 2 v winner Super League quarter-final 3), SBNS, Mirpur
11 Feb – Super League play/off
7th/8th positions* (loser Super
League play/off semi-final 1 v loser
Super League play/off semi-final 2), Fatullah
12 Feb – Super League play/off for
5th/6th positions (winner Super
League play/off semi-final 1 v winner Super League play/off Super League semi-final 2), Fatullah
13 Feb – Super League play/off four 3rd/4th positions (loser Super League semi-final 1 v loser Super League semi-final 2), Fatullah
14 Feb – Super League final (winner Super League semi-final 1 v winner Super League semi-final 2), SBNS Mirpur

Source: ICC

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