When and where can I watch the Sri Lanka vs. Ireland T20 World Cup Group 1 match live broadcast?

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When and where can I watch the Sri Lanka vs. Ireland T20 World Cup Group 1 match live broadcast?

At the Bellerive Oval in Hobart, the defending Asian champions Sri Lanka take on Ireland in a T20 World Cup Group 1 encounter. Sri Lanka fell to Namibia in their opening encounter in the qualifications, but they battled back to go to the Super 12. After crushing UAE, the Dasun Shanaka-led team narrowly defeated the Netherlands. Ireland, on the other hand, beat Scotland and, most famously, the West Indies while falling to Zimbabwe. Although both sides entered the Super 12s with some confidence, they will need to pull off a major shock to advance, mainly because Group 1’s top teams include Australia, New Zealand, England, and Afghanistan.

When will the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland occur?

On Sunday, October 23, a T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland will occur.

Where will the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland be held?

The Bellerive Oval in Hobart will host the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland.

When will the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland begin?

At 9:30 AM IST, the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland will begin.

Which TV stations will carry the Group 1 T20 World Cup match between Ireland and Sri Lanka?

The Star Sports Network will air the T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland.

Where can I watch live streaming Sri Lanka vs. Ireland T20 World Cup Group 1 match?

The T20 World Cup Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and Ireland will be broadcast live on Disney+ Hotstar.

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