How to Watch Nidahas Trophy Live from Various Countries
Hero Nidahas Trophy T20i 2018 is a prestigious event in celebration of 70 years of Independence of Sri Lanka to be held from 6th March to 18th March at the renowned R Premadasa International Stadium in Colombo. Coincidentally, 2018 marks the 70 years of Sri Lankan Cricket as well. The participating countries are India and Bangladesh. The Tri-nation series promises to be an exciting and action packed 7 match tournament with each team playing twice against the other teams before the top two progress to face-off in the finals.
Having won the previous Nidahas Trophy held in 1998, and also enjoying a successful international run so far in both the ODIs and the T20s for the past year, India has a definite edge over the other two teams. Sri Lanka is a strong team looking to win back the trophy as the host. Bangladesh has something to prove to the cricket fans that they wouldn’t buckle down under pressure as they did in the finals against Sri Lanka in the recently held Tri-nation series in their home-ground, despite a solid performance going up to the finals.
One of the perks of Live TV is to be able to catch every second of these matches live anytime anywhere from the comforts of your home on your desktops or while you are on the go via your smart devices. Here is an extensive list of countries and from where you can watch all the matches of the Hero Nidahas Trophy live for free:
YuppTV, a popular internet based platform for South Asian content, offers a seamless viewing experience for the cricket lovers across the world. It has bagged exclusive broadcast rights to the Nidahas Trophy in several countries. The cricket lovers in Europe, North Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the rest of the Middle East get to watch the live streaming of the Nidahas Trophy for free on YuppTV.
You can watch Nidahas Trophy matches online exclusively on YuppTV at a nominal price in US, UK, and Canada. Considering the frenzy surrounding the 3 Asian nations fighting out for the Nidahas Trophy – the epic battle is worth the paid viewership in these countries for a small fee. As a cricket fan, you wouldn’t want to miss India vying to retain the Nidahas Trophy title from way back in 1998, Sri Lanka is trying their best to win it back and claim the honor of the title marking their 70 years of Independence, and a determined Bangladesh is working their magic to win the series.