Caribbean Premier League Live Streaming placed here. The fourth edition of the Caribbean Premier kick-starts in 2017. Here’s how you can watch the Caribbean Premier League live streaming online & on TV.
All information on which channels can the CPL be watched during the 2017 edition is found below but if you are looking to watch the Caribbean Premier League live streaming online, here’s how you can do it:
- Go to WilliamHill.com. If you see various options like Sport, Casino, Poker etc, choose Sport.
- Log in to your account if you are an existing customer or register a new account & log in.
- Once logged in, click on the Live Streaming tab
- Now, if you want to watch (& bet) on the CPL 2017 live stream, you will need to deposit $10 into your WilliamHill.com account. (This is refundable or you can use it to place a quick bet on any sport.)
- You are done! Once you have deposited the money, you can watch CPL or any of the other thousands of sporting events live stream online!
Simple as that? There are obviously geo-restrictions applicable to this, but if you are not sure whether or not this option is available in your country, kindly message us and we can get back to you.
What happened in 2016 CPL?
Jamaica Tallawahs will kick-start the next edition of the Caribbean Premier League as defending champions after they beat Guyana Amazon Warriors in the final last season.
The HERO CPL 2016 was launched in Barbados last year with the usual Carnival atmosphere. During the six weeks of the competition over 300 thousand fans were welcomed into the stands at the various venues from Guyana to the USA.
There were several standout performances none greater than Chris Gayle’s semifinal 108 not out off 54 balls against the Trinbago Knightriders. Andre Russell 100 exact off just 44 deliveries was equally impressive, he made that against the Trinbago Knight Riders when the Jamaica Tallawahs won in Qualifier 2 to make it to the CPL final.
New Zealand’s Colin Munro lashed an even 100 off 65 balls vs Guyana Amazon Warriors, no overseas players had scored a hundred in the Hero CPL before this unbeaten innings which was in a losing cause.
For the bowlers, Sunil Narine was the most economical among the top bowlers with an economy rate of 5.5 with Sohail Tanvir 6.45 and Dale Steyn 6.81 the closest in economy rates. Dwayne Bravo took the most wickets 21 followed by Tanvir 20 and Kesrick Williams 17.
The tournament saw young fast bowlers doing well on wickets that resembled traditional pacy bouncy tracks that will help them.
CPL 2017 will see four Caribbean Premier League games played in the USA, as Florida’s Central Broward Regional Park has been approved by the ICC to host the T20 league’s matches.
The stadium in Lauderhill, which remains the USA’s only ground to have ODI and T20I certification by the ICC, will host two matches fewer than last year’s tally of six. The re-emergence of cricket in the USA is something the CPL management would like to promote since it will mean a better bottom line for them in financial terms.
The management of the CPL have stated their desire to grow the game and for the first time ever, there will be an Afghanistan presence in the Hero CPL, with Mohammad Nabi (St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots) and Rashid Khan (Guyana Amazon Warriors) joining.
Barbados Tridents have also supplemented their bowling attack with the signing of Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz.
The 2017 edition of the tournament will be held from August 4 to September 10.
What happened in the 2015 Caribbean Premier League?
Trinidad Knight Riders defeated Barbados Tridents in the 2015 CPL final by 20 runs.
Apart from this, they also managed to rope in some of the big names in the international cricket to make this a worldwide spectacle.
How to watch the Caribbean Premier League live on TV?
Needless to mention, this summer spectacle was watched by millions of fans across the globe. The broadcasting partners for the Hero CPL include some of the biggest names in the television industry:
Barbados: Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation
Cayman Islands: Cayman 27
Dominica: Marpin 2K4, SAT Telecoms
British Virgin Islands: Caribbean Broadcast Network
Guyana: National Communications Network, TVG
St. Kitts: ZIZ Broadcasting Corp.
St. Lucia: Helen Television System, St Lucia Cable Vision
St. Vincent & the Grenadines: St. Vincent & The Grenadines Broadcasting Corp.
Trinidad: Caribbean Communications Network TV6, CNC3
Grenada: Grenada Broadcasting Network
Nevis: Caribbean Cable Networks
St Maarten: St Maarten Cable
Anguilla: Caribbean Cable Communications
Montserrat: Caribbean Cable Networks
Antigua & Barbuda: Antigua & Barbuda Broadcasting Service
Bermuda: Bermuda Broadcasting Corporation
UK: BT Sport
India: Sony Six
Australia: Fox Sports
New Zealand: Sommet Sports
USA – ESPN3
Alternately, you can tune in to William Hill as mentioned above to stream the matches online.
More information on the Caribbean Premier League live streaming will be released closer to the start of the tournament.