T10 Cricket League. Live Streaming . Schedule, Fixtures, Venues.
Finally most wanted T10CL 2017 schedule (T10 Cricket League 2017 time table) has been officially announced and the wait is finally over as according to T10CL schedule 2017, the event full of glamour is going to be started on 14th December 2017, consisting of 4 days of continuous clashes and the final match of the league will be played on 17th December.
What: T10 League 2017
When: December 14 to 17, at Sharjah Cricket Stadium
December 14 – 6pm, opening ceremony, followed by:
Bengal Tigers v Kerala Kings
Maratha Arabians v Pakhtoons
Bengal Tigers v Punjabi Legends, 4pm
Maratha Arabians v Team Sri Lanka, 6pm
Punjab Legends v Kerala Kings, 8pm
Pakhtoons v Team Sri Lanka, 10pm
1st in Group A v 3rd in Group B, 4pm
3rd in Group A v 1st in Group B, 6pm
2nd v Group A v 2nd in Group B, 8pm
5/6th place playoff, 10pm
5.30pm, 1st semi-final – Team 1 v Team 4, followed by second semi-final and final
Leading player: Virender Sehwag (India) – The only Indian player of note in the league, Sehwag has not played since the Masters Champions League in the UAE last year.
Top pick: Mohammed Amir (Pakistan) – The storied left-arm pace bowler was the first player recruited at the draft, on a yacht in Dubai Marina last month.
Leading player: Sarfraz Ahmed (Pakistan) – Sarfraz has not played many significant innings of late. Most things he has done as captain have turned to gold, though.
Late pick: David Miller (South Africa) – Sunil Narine was the first draft pick for Bengal. When he opted out, they managed to secure a high-pedigree – if not like for like – replacement in David Miller.
Leading player: Eoin Morgan (England) – En route to Australia where he will captain England’s limited-overs team, he will get his eye in in Sharjah first.
Top pick: Kieron Pollard (West Indies) – The Trinidadian strongman has made a career out of pyrotechnic cameos in the shortest formats of the game
Leading player: Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) – It almost feels as though Afridi’s retirement was so keenly felt, they invented a new format just to keep him going.
Top pick: Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan) – Now world renown thanks to his Champions Trophy exploits with Pakistan, but he first forged his name on these pitches in the PSL.
Leading player: Shoaib Malik (Pakistan) – Despite his indifferent time as a captain in PSL, Malik was trusted to lead the Punjabi side in the first T10.
Top pick: Hasan Ali (Pakistan) – The top ranked one-day international bowler in the world, and a savvy practitioner in UAE conditions.