Ten Sports to telecast Sri Lanka-Bangladesh series live

MUMBAI: Ten Sports will telecast ball-by-ball coverage of Bangladeshs tour of Sri Lanka, which will commence from 31 August.

However, the task will be cut out for the visitors as Sri Lanka has begun the season well with a comfortable victory in the IndianOil Cup, a tri-nation series that featured India and the West Indies.

Earlier, the hosts had whitewashed West Indies in a two-Test series. Bangladesh plays three one-day internationals (ODIs) and two test matches, with the first match scheduled at SSC in Colombo, followed by two back-to-back matches at the Premadasa Stadium on 2 and 4 September.

The first test match will be played from 12 and 16 September followed by the second and final test from 20-24 September.

The media release also adds that the Ten Sports has exclusive rights to produce and telecast all international cricket from Sri Lanka. Live coverage of all the three ODIs starts 9:15 am, while the two test matches will start at 9:45 am.

31/08/05 9:15 a.m. Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, 1st ODI (Live)
02/09/05 9:15 a.m. Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, 2nd ODI (Live)
04/09/05 9:15 a.m. Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, 3rd ODI (Live)
12/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day1 (Live)
13/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 2 (Live)
14/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 3 (Live)
15/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 4 (Live)
16/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 5 (Live)
20/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 2nd Test, Day1 (Live)
21/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 2nd Test, Day 2 (Live)
22/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 2nd Test, Day 3 (Live)
23/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 2nd Test, Day 4 (Live)
24/09/05 9:45 a.m. Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: 2nd Test, Day 5 (Live)

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