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    Pepsi IPL 2013 Cricket Telecasting Channels – Broadcasting Channels


    Pepsi IPL 2013 T20 Tournament is kicking off today with Opening Ceremony. IPL Season 6 T20 matches will take place from April 3rd, 2013 and will go on till May 26th, 2013. IPL 6 will feature 9 teams.

    Click here to Pepsi IPL 2013 Cricket Schedule

    It has become a global event and is also compared with EPL though it is a baby compared to EPL. IPL 2013 will be telecasted on various TV Channels, Internet thus reaches to most of the countries around the globe!

    IPL 2013 will also be available on Youtube.com! – Watch IPL 2013 on Youtube

    Click here to Buy IPL 2013 Tickets Online

    IPL 2013 Cricket Channels Telecasting – Broadcasting TV Channels

    • Australia : Seven Sport and 7mate (Seven Network)
    • Bangladesh : Channel 9
    • Canada : Sportsnet One/Omni Television/Sportsnet (Rogers media )
    • Caribbean : Sportsmax
    • Hong Kong : Now TV (PCCW)
    • India : Set Max and Sony Six
    • Malayasia and Brunei : Astro
    • Nepal : Set Max
    • New Zealand : Sky Television Network
    • Pakistan : Geo Super
    • South Africa and other african territories** : SuperSport
    • Singapore : Cricket Extra (StarHub)
    • Sri Lanka : Carlton Sports Network
    • UAE and other Arab Countries : CricOne (Arab Digital Network)
    • UK : ITV4 (ITV)
    • USA: Willow.tv, NEO Sports

    Pepsi IPL 2013 Latest News

    A preview of the second qualifier between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals in Kolkata
    Preview of IPL 2013’s first qualifier, between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in Delhi
    A preview of the IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians in Dharamsala
    Preview for the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings in Bangalore
    A preview of the IPL match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders in Hyderabad
    Preview for the match between Pune Warriors and Delhi Daredevils in Pune
    A preview of the first eliminator between Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Delhi
    The IPL final takes place in Kolkata on Sunday, but all the news surrounding the tournament is about events off the field
    Sreesanth wasn’t the most likeable team-mate or opponent, but he had skill beyond doubt, which we might have seen the last of
    The lawyer of arrested cricketer Sreesanth has insisted his client is ‘totally innocent’ and that he will seek bail during the next hearing
    One of the bookies arrested, and named as Amit Kumar, is actually Amit Singh, a former Rajasthan Royals player who was released by the franchise last year
    ESPNcricinfo tracks the developments around the IPL 2013 spot-fixing crisis
    The effects of the arrest of three Rajasthan Royals players on allegations of spot-fixing have had their first off-field fallout, with one team sponsor reported to have withdrawn advertisements featuring Sreesanth
    The BCCI has convened an emergency meeting of its working committee to discuss the fall-out of the IPL spot-fixing controversy, while Rajasthan Royals have begun their own investigations into the matter
    Sunrisers Hyderabad gave themselves a lead over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the race for the final spot in the IPL playoffs with a comprehensive win over the troubled Rajasthan Royals
    N Srinivasan has said that “no punishment is too little” for the cricketers involved in the spot-fixing scandal
    Tom Moody has praised the efforts of Biplab Samantray and Hanuma Vihari in helping Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Rajasthan Royals on Friday night
    On the last day of Adam Gilchrist’s IPL career, another veteran, Azhar Mahmood, scored 80 off 44 balls to give Kings XI Punjab a consolation win against Mumbai Indians
    It was worth the wait for the thousands who braved the rain at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, as Royal Challengers Bangalore kept their playoff hopes alive by batting Chennai Super Kings out of the game, reduced to eight overs-a-side
    The BCCI working committee, which will meet in Chennai on Sunday, is unlikely to impose a life ban on the four cricketers allegedly involved in spot-fixing
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