The Hero Caribbean Premier League is back for its fourth season now, which is going to start on June 21 and end on July 26. Taking the cricket in the region by storm, CPL has been a perfect platform for the local players to step up and make a mark for themselves. Here’s how you can watch the Caribbean Premier League live online & on TV.
The defending champions are Trinidad Knight Riders, who defeated Barbados Tridents in the final by 20 runs.
Apart from this, they have also managed to rope in some of the big names in the international cricket to make this a worldwide spectacle. Interestingly enough, in the 2016 edition of the Hero CPL, six fixtures have been planned to take place in Florida, in USA. These matches are set to be played under the lights, adding more thrill to the action.
The international talent pool is particularly intriguing with the likes of Martin Guptill, Brad Hodge, Brendon McCullum, Shane Watson and Michael Hussey. The local talent is represented by Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo and many more.
Needless to mention, this summer spectacle is expected to be 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 – Sony Six for India, Sri Lanka and Nepal, BT Sport group for the fans in the United Kingdom, ESPN for USA, Fox Sports for Australia and Sky New Zealand the Kiwi fans.
For the fans in Caribbean itself, ESPN and Guardian Media Group will be broadcasting, while the cricket enthusiasts in South Africa can tune to SuperSport. Alternately, you can tune in to bet365.com to stream the matches online.
With West Indies winning the World Cup in both men’s and women’s segment, this year’s edition of the Caribbean Premier League is going to be the biggest one. So mark your dates and don’t miss out on the extravaganza.