Sri Lanka vs Australia Live Streaming & TV Channels, SL v AUS, 2022

Sri Lanka vs Australia 2022 TV Guide, Schedule, Squads, SL v AUS Live Telecast, Live Score, Match Updates, Broadcasting Rights. The Australia Tour of Sri Lanka 2022 will start on June 7, 2022, in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka and Australia will play their first T20 match on June 7, 2022, at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. The match will start at 19:00 local time.

 

Sri Lanka vs Australia Live Streaming & TV Channels, Live Telecast, Broadcasting Rights, SL v AUS 2022

Channel Eye (SLRC) to broadcast live coverage of Sri Lanka v Australia five-match ODI, three-match T20 series, and two-match test series in Sri Lanka; all matches streamed live on PeoTV and Dialog TV digital platform with a premium subscription.

Sony Pictures Network India (SPNI) bagged the exclusive media rights for the Sri Lanka Tour of Australia, 2022 five-match T20 series in India and its subcontinent regions (Bhutan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Burma, and Indonesia) countries; all matches streamed live on SonyLiv Digital Platform (Website, App).

Sony Ten 1 and Sony Ten 3 HD to provide the live coverage of Australia v Sri Lanka T20 Series in India & subcontinent;  Fox Sports Australia secured the digital TV rights for the live coverage of the Australia vs Sri Lanka five-match ODI series in Australia; the online cricket fans can watch the SL v AUS T20 matches on Foxtel and Kayo Sports digital platform with a premium subscription charges.

BT Sport acquired the official broadcasting rights for the Sri Lanka Tour of Australia three-match T20 International series in the United Kingdom; all matches streamed live on Sky Go and Sky Now app digital platform with a premium subscription.

In Pakistan, Ten Sports, PTV Sports, and A Sports are the official broadcaster partner for all international, domestic, t20 leagues, and all International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments. Pakistani fans will be able to watch all matches on A Sports HD while the OTT rights for all Pakistan Cricket Team’s matches are owned by Daraz App and B Sports Pakistan.

Flow Sports and SportsMax are the two official sports broadcasters in the Caribbean region that let all cricket fans stay updated with all the latest cricket happenings all over the world. Cricket lovers from the Caribbean soil can watch the live broadcast of Sri Lanka and Australia matches on Flow Sports and SportsMax while the digital coverage will be available on ESPN+.

Cricket fans in the United States can watch the Sri Lanka Tour of Australia 2022 (Five-Match T20) series on Willow TV whereas ATN Cricket Plus and CBN Network broadcast live coverage of SL v AUS matches in Canada.

SuperSport telecast the series in Sub Saharan Africa and its nearby regions; BeIN Sports (MENA) – the Middle East and North Africa countries, Sky Sports NZ (New Zealand); Gazi TV and Maasranga TV (Bangladesh); RTA Sports (Afghanistan); and YuppTV (Mena States).

 

TV Channels/Broadcasting Rights

Australia Fox Sports, Channel 7, Foxtel, Kayo Sports
India & Subcontinent Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 HD, Sony Six
UK BT Sport, Sky Sports
Canada ATN Cricket Plus, CBN Network
USA Willow TV
Pakistan PTV Sports, Ten Sports, A Sports HD
MENA BeIN Sports
South Africa SuperSport
Sri Lanka Channel Eye, Dialog TV, PeoTV
Bangladesh Gazi TV (GTV), Maasranga TV, BTV
Afghanistan RTA Sports, MobyTV
New Zealand Sky Sports NZ
Caribbean Flow Sports, SportsMax

 

 

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Australia v Sri Lanka Schedule 2022

  • 1st T20I, June 7- Colombo, 7 PM local time
  • 2nd T20I, June 8- Colombo, 7 PM local time
  • 3rd T20I, June 11- Pallakele, 7 PM local time
  • 1st ODI, June 14- Pallakele, 2 PM local time
  • 2nd ODI, June 16- Pallakele, 2 PM local time
  • 3rd ODI, June 19- Colombo, 2 PM local time
  • 4th ODI, June 21- Colombo, 2 PM local time
  • 5th ODI, June 24- Colombo, 2 PM local time
  • 1st Test, June 29-July 3- Galle, 10 AM local time
  • 2nd Test, July 8-12- Galle, 10 AM local time

 

Teams and Squads

 

Sri Lanka: Dasun Shanaka (c), Avishka Fernando, Pathum Nissanka, Ksal Mendis, Janith Liyanage, Charith Asalanak, Wanindu Hasaranga, Ramesh Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal, Kamil Mishara, Lahiru Kumara, Chamika Karunaratne, Dushmantha Chameera, Nuwan Thusara, Binaru Fernando, Mahesh Theekshana, Shiran Fernando, Jeffery Vandersay, Parveen Jayawickrama.

Australia: Aaron Finch (c), Steven Smith, Travis Head, Moises Henriques, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Agar, Daniel Sams, Ben McDermott, Matthew Wade, Josh Inglis, Josh Hazlewood, Kane Richardson, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.