England vs Pakistan final live telecast: Where to watch ICC T20 World Cup 2022 final live on TV in India and other parts of the world

Wondering how to watch ICC T20 World Cup 2022 on TV? Here's a quick guide

Pakistan vs England ICC T20 World Cup 2022 final live telecast will begin at 07:00 pm local time, which translates to 01:30 pm in Indian standard time (IST). The two teams haven’t faced each other in the T20 World Cup final before, but they have both been crowned champions. Pakistan won the cup back in 2009, while England lifted the trophy in 2010. It will be interesting to see who will win the eighth edition of the T20 World Cup. If you are looking to watch all Pakistan vs England final action from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 live on your television screen, we’ve put together all the live telecast details for the tournament in this article. Check it out.

Pakistan vs England ICC T20 World Cup 2022 final live telecast

Cricket enthusiasts from across continents can catch the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 live on their TV screens as well as on digital platforms, with broadcasters like Star Network, Sky Sports, ESPN, and more. For viewers back home, the live streaming of the T20I matches will be available on Disney+ Hotstar (website and app). However, those who wish to watch the tournament on television can catch its live telecast on Star Sports and DD Sports channels.

How to watch T20 World Cup 2022 final live on TV

Star Network holds exclusive television rights for the T20 World Cup in India and other countries including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Maldives. Other broadcasters like ESPN, Sky Sports, Channel Nine, Fox Sports, Times Internet, Gazi TV, PTV & ARY Digital Networks and more will also live telecast the games for viewers around the globe. Read on to learn how you can watch the T20 World Cup 2022 live telecast in India and the rest of the world.

India

Cricket fanatics across India will be able to catch all the live action from the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in various languages with a subscription to Star Sports channels (priced at Rs 22.42). Additionally, the tournament can also be enjoyed on DD Sports channels. However, this only applies to those with a DD Free Dish connection and access to DTT platforms.

Below is a list of the names and numbers of T20 World Cup 2022 broadcast channels:

Star Sports

DTH Operator

Channel Name

Channel Number

Dish TV

Star Sports 1

603

Star Sports 1 HD

602

Star Sports 1 Hindi

607

Star Sports 1 Hindi HD

606

Star Sports Select 1

646

Star Sports Select 1 HD

645

Star Sports 1 Telugu

Star Sports 1 Tamil

1865

Star Sports 1 Kannada

Airtel Digital TV

Star Sports 1

277

Star Sports 1 HD

278

Star Sports 1 Hindi

281

Star Sports 1 Hindi HD

282

Star Sports Select 1

283

Star Sports Select 1 HD

284

Star Sports 1 Telugu

928

Star Sports 1 Tamil

803

Star Sports 1 Kannada

974

Tata Play

Star Sports 1

455

Star Sports 1 HD

454

Star Sports 1 Hindi

460

Star Sports 1 Hindi HD

459

Star Sports Select 1

464

Star Sports Select 1 HD

463

Star Sports 1 Telugu

1421

Star Sports 1 Tamil

1516

Star Sports 1 Kannada

1638

Videocon D2H

Star Sports 1

603

Star Sports 1 HD

602

Star Sports 1 Hindi

607

Star Sports 1 Hindi HD

606

Star Sports Select 1

429

Star Sports Select 1 HD

929

Star Sports 1 Telugu

750

Star Sports 1 Tamil

521

Star Sports 1 Kannada

689

Sun Direct

Star Sports 1

500

Star Sports 1 HD

984

Star Sports 1 Hindi

500

Star Sports 1 Hindi HD

984

Star Sports Select 1

Star Sports Select 1 HD

987

Star Sports 1 Telugu

Star Sports 1 Tamil

Star Sports 1 Kannada

DD Sports

DD Free Dish and DTT platform users can watch all the 2022 T20 World Cup matches on DD Sports available on channel number 77. Owned by public service broadcaster Prasar Bharati, the DD Free Dish is a free-to-air service i.e., you won’t have to pay any monthly subscription. However, it does require a one-time investment of Rs 2000 for the set-top box, dish antenna and accessories.

How to watch Pakistan vs England final live telecast outside India

Besides India, Star Network will be televising the tournament in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Bhutan. Pakistan viewers can watch the matches on PTV & ARY Digital Networks while Gazi TV will bring the games to television screens in Bangladesh. Fans sitting in the UK will be able to enjoy the T20 World Cup matches on Sky Sports while those in Australia can see the live telecast on Fox Sports and Channel Nine. Times Internet (Willow TV) is responsible for bringing the matches straight to cricket enthusiasts residing in the USA and Canada.

Refer to the table below to find out all broadcast partners for the T20 World Cup 2022:

Territory

Live telecast on

Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives

Star Network

Pakistan

PTV & ARY Digital Networks

Bangladesh

Gazi TV

Canada

Times Internet (Willow)

USA

Times Internet (Willow)

Caribbean

ESPN

United Kingdom

Sky Sports

Sub Saharan Africa

SuperSport

Singapore

StarHub

Malaysia

Astro

Hong Kong

Now TV

Australia

Fox Sports, Channel Nine

New Zealand

Sky Sports

PNG, Fiji & Pacific Islands

PNG Digicel

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 audio broadcast

The T20 World Cup 2022 will also feature audio broadcasts on radio and digital platforms in a number of languages based on the regions.

PlatformRegionLanguage
All India Radio (AIR)IndiaHindi
Digital 2 Sports GlobalIndiaHindi/ English
Shamal Media Services Pvt Limited  106.2 FMPakistanUrdu
Sports Entertainment Network RadioAustralia/ New ZealandEnglish
Australian Broadcasting Corporation FMAustraliaEnglish
British Broadcasting Corporation FMUKEnglish
Radio 4DubaiHindi
Asiatec MEC Limited FMBangladeshBangla

FAQs

Who is the defending champion of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup?

Australia is the defending champions of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, with an eight-wicket win over their Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in the final held in Dubai (UAE) in 2021.

Who are the past winners of the ICC T20 World Cup?

  • India – 2007
  • Pakistan – 2009
  • England – 2010
  • West Indies – 2012
  • Sri Lanka – 2014
  • West Indies – 2016
  • Australia – 2021