Asian Premier League APL T20 Live Streaming Online & Scores

Watch Asian Premier League APL T20 Live Streaming, Scores & TV Telecast on Sony Six The first edition of Asian Premier League (APL) T20 tournament started in Nepal in association with National Sports Council (NSC) at the TU Cricket Ground. The T20 cricket tournament is scheduled to run from 19 June to 4 July 2017. APL 2017 is set to feature six franchise teams from Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The captains of all the six teams have been selected before the auction while 12 iconic players were picked by the selection panel and rest all the players were picked through auction. All the six-team will play against each other in the round-robin format and the top four teams will reach the semi-finals after the group stage. Here are the details to watch  Asian Premier League APL T20 live streaming online and live scores.

Asian Premier League APL T20 Live Streaming

Asian Premier League APL T20 Live Streaming & Telecast

The season 1 of Asian Premier League will be telecast live on tv all the matches through SONY Six and SONY Six HD. The viewers who want to watch Asian Premier League APL T20 Live Streaming can visit or can download SonyLiv app. You can also follow live action of APL 2017 here as live cricket scores will be placed.

The six teams who are competing in the APL T20 are the host Nepal Storm, Indian Stars, Sri Lankan Lions, Bangladeshi Tigers, Afghanistan Bulls and the Dubai Warriors. The winner of the tournament will pocket Rs 4 million while the runner-up will get Rs 1.6 million.

The competition will feature some of the popular international players. Nepal Storm will be led by Swapnil Patil, Farveez Maharoof will lead Sri Lankan Lions, Bangladesh’s Al Amin Hossain will captain Bangladeshi Tigers, Afghanistan Bulls is leading by Rana Naveed Ul Hassan and Sri Lankan cricketer Tilakratne Dilshan is leading Indian Stars while Abdul Shakoor is skipper of Dubai Warriors.

Bangladesh Tigers squad: Al-Amin Hossain (captain), Haseeb Amjad, Touqeer Riasat, Sagir Ul Hasdan, Anwar Hossain, Prabhath Nuwan, Susantha Kulathilaka, Anku Dubey, Viraj Lakaruwan, Naveen Poonia, Mohammad Karim, Pawan Kumar, Quazi Neesan Ahmed, Sanjog Binkar, Vicky Chauhan, Karan Gupta, Mohammad Ibrahim and Sanket Sahu.