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    Colombo Kings

    Colombo Kings.

    In this profile, we will break down the Colombo Kings. It is one of the most loved and hyped teams in the LPL. It is definitely a fan-favorite team.

    Introduction

    With the first edition of the Sri Lankan Premier League, in 2012. Sri Lankans fans were very excited for their very own national league. A national league is always very close to every citizen’s heart. Thus, everyone was anticipating a very spirited and interesting league and it was delivered. The first edition ended with Uva Next bagging the title. Hence, fans were even more thrilled and couldn’t wait for the next edition. However, to everyone’s disappointment, it was announced that the SLPL was canceled and so the fans of the league were left dejected.

    Then to the fan’s utmost happiness, The Super 4’s T20 replaced the Sri Lanka Premier League. It started in 2014. However, it too was canceled after only one season.

    Colombo Kings' Qais Ahmed.

    Finally, after all these cancellations, Sri Lanka Cricket decided to give the concept one more try. The board announced the Lanka Premier League that would begin in 2020. Just last year, the first edition of the Premier League was played. Without a doubt, we can say that fans were really happy with this League and enjoyed it to the fullest.

    Team analysis

    With Dinesh Chandimal, Angelo Mathews, and Isuru Udana, the Colombo Kings have a strong domestic core. Andre Russell, Faf du Plessis, and Muhammad Hafeez form a steady international front that will no doubt be very beneficial to the Kings. The experienced Angelo Mathews as their captain will give them a considerable advantage as he is an excellent leader and player. Overall, the experience and a varied skill set do make Colombo one of the favorites for the title.

    Where can I watch the LPL?

    Watching LPL from Sri Lanka:

    To watch the LPL from Sri Lanka tune into ITN (Independent Television Network) which has secured the local terrestrial rights to broadcast.

    Watching LPL from India:

    You can watch the LPL on your TV, in India, as Sony Six and Sony Six HD have bought rights to broadcast live coverage of LPL – Lankan Premier League 2020. They will also stream it in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, and Nepal. All matches will be streamed live on the SonyLiv digital platform (Website, App).

    Watching LPL from other countries in Asia:

    PTV Sports and Geo Super (Geo TV) are the popular cricket broadcasters in Pakistan for all the International, Domestic, and T20 Leagues played around the world. Cricket viewers in Pakistan can tune to any of these TV channels and their digital platforms. They can also tune into the app or website, for online streaming. Pakistan’s state broadcaster, PTV, will also broadcast the LPL for Pakistani viewers. Cricket fans from Bangladesh can tune into LPL matches from a live broadcast on Gazi TV (GTV).

    Watching LPL from UK and USA:

    In the UK and Ireland, Sky Sports will be broadcasting all LPL matches. All matches of the 2020 LPL will be shown live on Sky Sports after the company acquired the UK and Ireland TV broadcast rights for the tournament. UK viewers will have the facilities to watch all matches exclusively live on Sky Sports. Cricket viewers in the United States can watch Lankan Premier League live coverage on Willow TV. Canadian viewers can watch LPL on Willow TV.

    Watching LPL from Africa and the Caribbean:

    To watch the LPL from the Caribbean, you should tune into FlowSports, as they have acquired the rights to broadcast it. In South Africa, SuperSport will telecast live coverage of the Lankan Premier League; all matches will also be live-streamed on the SuperSport Website and App.

    Watching LPL from MENA:

    BeIN Sports have attained the TV rights to broadcast live coverage of LPL 2020 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Countries, here is the list – Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE, and Yemen. Mainly, BeIN is the channel to tune to if you wish to watch the LPL.

    Other countries are listed in the Official Broadcasters List.

    How can I watch the LPL for free?

    CricHD:

    CricHD is an excellent option if you’re looking for a free alternative to watch live cricket matches. It streams all LPL matches for free. Once you open the site, you’ll see all matches that are being live-streamed at the moment. You can search for any live streams as well as search for past streams. Another fun feature is you can make a free account and partake in the live chat box, this way you’ll be able to communicate with other LPL viewers. There may be several pop-up ads so you need to be cautious with those.

    Crictime:

    Similarly, Crictime is another free live streaming website. It works similarly to CricHD. It has a user-friendly interface which makes it extremely accessible. So you get free cricket and it’s easy to use. We would recommend checking out this website if you’re still looking for a free alternative. Like every other free streaming site, it has pop-up ads that can be annoying, but anything for free cricket!

    Smartcric:

    The cricket live streaming on Smartcric is, to the relief of all cricket fans, free. And second of all, the quality of the stream is top-notch HD quality. You can watch all the matches in 720P and 1080P High-Definition quality. It won’t buffer a lot as well, since, Smartcric allows smooth live streaming of cricket matches in HD. Another, reliable site as it streams all LPL matches.

    WebCric:

    If you’re unable to afford expensive subscriptions, WebCric is your go-to solution. It streams all LPL matches for free. It has a user-friendly interface which makes it easy to use and it has smooth streaming with not much buffering. This makes it an excellent alternative.

    Key players

    These are the Key Players in the Colombo Kings’ that most probably can turn the tables single-handedly.

    Dinesh Chandimal:

    Dinesh Chandimal

    The wicketkeeper-batsman will support the top order and will be expected to provide solid starts. Equally good against pace and spin, Chandimal is ideally suited to play the anchor role before Andre Russell, Angelo Mathews, and the like take over at the back end. He is sure to be one player the Kings’ can rely on to put runs on the board.

    Andre Russell:

    Andre Russell

    Russell is a proven match-winner in the shortest format. His fitness continues to be a major concern, but once that’s addressed, the West Indian all-rounder can win the game from virtually any position. His form will definitely be a determining factor for Colombo Kings in any match.

    Angelo Mathews:

    Angelo Mathews.

    As an experienced player, Mathews will definitely be a star player. And, as captain, he will become a role model for his entire squad. He can be trusted to make solid runs and give the Kings’ an edge. Mathews can use his position well and benefit the Kings greatly.

    We hope you found this profile on the Colombo Kings helpful and interesting. Stay tuned to Sports404 for more news on Colombo Kings.

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