T20 Blast 2021: Live Streaming & Telecast Channel, Match Timings, Schedule, Full Squad List

Vitality T20 Blast 2021: Preview

The T20 Blast is the local English T20 competition that features nearly all county clubs part of England cricket. The 2021 edition of the Vitality Blast T20 has already hit the floors in England. The four-month-long tournament began on June 9 with Lancashire and Derbyshire locking horns in the 2021 season opener. The league stage of the Vitality Blast will feature the North and South groups. There are 18 teams equally divided in the two camps. The final of the 133-match campaign will be played on September 18 at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

In T20 Blast 2020, Nottinghamshire defeated Surrey in a rain-curtailed Final to secure the championship. Eventually, the defending champions will draw the spotlight in the current edition of the competition. As players determine the quality of cricket, there are plenty of International cricketers participating in the action-packed contest.

Rashid Khan T20 Blast 2021
Rashid Khan will join the Sussex Sharks after his PSL stint in 2021

While the Englishman Alex Hales is plying his trade for the defending champions, New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson will be keen to add quality to the Yorkshire camp. James Vince will lead the Hampshire in T20 Blast 2021. His form augurs well for Hampshire, who will be desperate to turn their campaign around after a disastrous 2020 edition of the Vitality Blast. Most of these players have made themselves available only for few matches owing to International commitments.

Here's a closer look at the English T20 Blast 2021 including Live Telecast Details, Full Squad List, and Schedule:

 

Vitality T20 Blast 2021: Full Schedule & Match Timings:

While the season has marked its beginning on June 9,  a marathon-matches remain on the cards till the finale goes underway on September 18. The league contest will finish on July 18, 2021. Meanwhile, the Hundred tournament which was delayed due to the pandemic will take off from 21 July 2021 and end after a few weeks.

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It will be followed by the quarter-finals from August 24 to August 27, 2021. The teams who win the quarter-finals will meet in the semi-finals which will be played on 18th September 2021. The grand finale will also take place on the same day.

As far as the timings are concerned, there are multiple matches on specific days. Eventually, a lot of matches will kickstart from 5:30 PM ( Local), and plenty will begin from 1:30 PM (Local). The final showdown will go underway from 10:30 pm (local).

 

Vitality T20 Blast 2021 Live Telecast & Streaming Details

T20 Blast 2021 live streaming
Vitality T20 Blast 2021

FanCode has bagged the lucrative deal with the English and Wales cricket board to telecast all the white-ball matches to the audience in India. The league matches coupled with quarterfinals, semi-finals along finals will be broadcasted on the FanCode. However, the viewer needs to buy a subscription package before enjoying the live streaming of matches.

Locally, Skysports is the local broadcasting partner of the ECB. It will show all the live matches to the local fans on the television sets. Moreover, ECB official website will also stream the matches of the Vitality T20 Blast.

India: FanCode

England: Sky Sports channel

Cricket enthusiasts in India can also watch the matches live-streamed by the respective team on their official website and YouTube channel.

 

Vitality T20 Blast 2021: Squads

As teams gear up for a heated cricketing clash, team management has roped in a bunch of street-smart cricketers who can boost the morale of the team with their presence. Some new faces will debut but a lot of experienced players will take the battle to the last inch before surrendering to the other side with grace and dignity. Here is a list of all the players representing their teams in the fourth edition of  the Vitality T20 Blast 2021:

 

South Group

Middlesex

Eoin Morgan Middlesex
Eoin Morgan plays for Middlesex in T20 Blast 2021 Photo by James Chance/Getty Images)

Max Holden, Stephen Eskinazi, Martin Andersson, Nick Gubbins, John Simpson (wk), James Harris, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn (C), Eoin Morgan, Joshua De Caires, Sam Robson, Luke Hollman, Mitchell Marsh, Paul Stirling, Jack Davies, Joe Cracknell, Peter Handscomb, Robbie White, Blake Cullen, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Thilan Walallawita, Tim Murtagh, Toby Roland-Jones.

 

Kent Spitfires Squad

Daniel Bell-Drummond (C), Zak Crawley, Oliver Robinson (wk), Jack Leaning, Alex Blake, Jordan Cox, Grant Stewart, Matt Milnes, Imran Qayyum, Fred Klaassen, Joe Denly, Tawanda Muyeye, Darren Stevens, Miguel Cummins, Mohammad Amir, Nathan Gilcrhsit, Qais Ahmad, Tim Groenewald, Matthew Quinn, Harry Podmore, Heino Kuhn, Ollie Robinson, Sam Billings, Hamidullah Qadri

 

Somerset Squad

Steven Davies (wk), Devon Conway, Will Smeed, Tom Abell (C), Lewis Goldsworthy, Lewis Gregory, Tom Lammonby, Craig Overton, Roelof van der Merwe, Ollie Sale, Max Waller, Merchant de Lange, Josh Davey, Jack Leach, Jack Brooks, Ned Leonard, Kasey Aldridge, Ben Green, Eddie Byrom, James Hildreth, Sam Young, Tom Banton

 

Surrey Squad

Sam Curran T20 Blast 2021
Sam Curran is a key player for Surrey in the T20 Blast

Will Jacks, Hashim Amla, Ben Foakes (wk), Rory Burns (C), Jamie Smith, Rikki Clarke, Jamie Overton, Liam Plunkett, Gus Atkinson, Daniel Moriarty, Reece Topley, Tom Curran, Sean Abbott, Nicholas Kimber, Matt Dunn, Kemar Roach, James Taylor, Jade Dernbach, Gareth Batty, Conor McKerr, Ollie Pope, Sam Curran, Nico Reifer, Ben Geddes, Laurie Evans, Jason Roy, Mark Stoneman, Ryan Patel, Jordan Clark, Amar Virdi

 

Sussex Sharks Squad

Philip Salt (wk), Luke Wright (C), Calum Macleod, Delray Rawlins, David Wiese, Ravi Bopara, Aaron Thomason, George Garton, Ollie Robinson, Will Beer, Danny Briggs, Ben Brown, Henry Crocombe, Mitchell Claydon, Stuart Meaker, Tymal Mills.

 

Gloucestershire Squad

Miles Hammond, Chris Dent (C), Ian Cockbain, Ryan Higgins, James Bracey (WK), Jack Taylor, George Scott, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, David Payne, Matt Taylor, George Hankins, Kraigg Brathwaite, Tom Price, Benny Howell, Olivier Price, Tom Lace, Daniel Worrall, Harry Hankins, Jared Warner, Josh Shaw

 

Hampshire Squad

Tom Alsop, Sam Northeast, Lewis McManus (wk), James Fuller, Ian Holland, Scott Currie, Ajeet Dale, Brad Wheal, Kyle Abbott, Mason Crane, Chris Wood, Ryan Stevenson, Mohammad Abbas, Keith Barker, Liam Dawson, Aneurin Donald, Felix Organ, Joe Weatherley, D’Arcy Short, James Vince (C)

 

Essex Eagles Squad

Cameron Delport, Varun Chopra, Tom Westley (C), Daniel Lawrence, Ryan ten Doeschate, Adam Wheater (WK), Paul Walter, Simon Harmer, Shane Snater, Aaron Beard, Feroze Khushi, Nick Browne, Sir Alastair Cook, Michael Pepper, William Buttleman, Adam Zampa, Aron Najjar, Ben Allison, Jack Plom, Sam Cook, Peter Siddle, Jamie Porter

 

Glamorgan Squad

Chris Cooke (C & wk), Kiran Carlson, Callum Taylor, Andrew Balbirnie, Billy Root, Daniel Douthwaite, Andrew Salter, Timm van der Gugten, Prem Sisodiya, Colin Ingram, Marnus Labuschagne, Nicholas Selman, David Lloyd, Michael Neser, Joe Cooke, Roman Walker, Ruaidhri Smith, Michael Hogan, Kames Weighell, Jamie Mcllroy, Alex Horton

 

North Group

Durham Squad

Ben Stokes Durham
Ben Stokes is expected to be available for Durham for a few games in T20 Blast 2021

Alex Lees, Graham Clark, Jack Burnham, Michael Jones, Sean Dickson, Will Young, Alex Thomson, Ben Raine, Ben Stokes, Cameron Steel, Matt Salisbury, Paul Coughlin, Scott Borthwick (C), Cameron Bancroft, David Bedingham, Stuart Poynter (WK), Brydon Carse, Liam Trevaskis, Mark Wood, Matty Potts, Ned Eckersley, Chris Rushworth, Jack Campbell, Oliver Gibson

 

Birmingham Bears Squad

Adam Hose, Dom Sibley, Dan Mousley, Ed Pollock, Hanuma Vihari, Pieter Malan, Robert Yates, Sam Hain, Alex Thomson, Chris Woakes, Jacob Bethell, Matthew Lamb, Tim Bresnan, Will Rhodes (C), Michael Burgess (WK), Craig Miles, Danny Briggs, Ethan Brookes, George Furrer, George Garrett, Henry Brookes, Jake Lintott, Liam Norwell, Manraj Johal, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Olly Stone, Ryan Sidebottom

 

Derbyshire Falcons Squad

Billy Godleman, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes (C), Leus du Plooy, Matthew Critchley, Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Matt McKiernan, Brooke Guest (WK), Michael Cohen, Samuel Conners, Thomas Wood, Anuj Dal, Nils Priestley, Ben McDermott, Nick Hotslake

 

Yorkshire Vikings Squad

Joe Root T20 Blast Yorkshire
Joe Root plies his trade for Yorkshire in the T20 league (Image Source: Sky Sports)

Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Will Fraine, Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Jordan Thompson, Matthew Fisher, Josh Sullivan, Jack Shutt, Duanne Olivier, Dominic Leech, Dom Bess, Ben Coad, Adil Rashid, Jonny Bairstow, Harry Duke, Ben Birkhead, George Hill, Mathew Pillans, Josh Poysden, Dawid Malan, Gary Ballance, James Wharton, Matthew Revis, Tom Loten, David Willey, Matthew Waite, Steven Patterson (C)

 

Lancashire Lightning Squad

Keaton Jennings, Liam Livingstone, Luke Wells, Owais Shah, Danny Lamb, Shreyas Iyer, Alex Davies (WK), Steven Croft, Dane Vilas (C), Josh Bohannon, Rob Jones, Danny Lamb, Tom Hartley, Tom Bailey, Liam Hurt, Finn Allen, Jos Buttler, George Balderson, George Lavelle, Edwin Moulton, George Burrows, Jack Blatherwick, Jack Morley, James Anderson, Jackson Bird, Matt Parkinson, Richard Gleeson, Saqib Mahmood

 

Leicestershire Foxes Squad

George Rhodes, Hassan Azad, Harry Dearden, Marcus Harris, Nick Welch, Rishi Patel, Sam Evans, Aaron Lilley, Ben Mike, Colin Ackermann (C), Scott Steel, Harry Swindells (WK), Lewis Hill, Sam Bates, Alex Evans, Callum Parkinson, Chris Wright, Dieter Klein, Ed Barnes, Gavin Griffiths, Nathan Bowley, Will Davis

 

Northants Steelbacks Squad

Richard Levi, Joshua Cobb (C), Adam Rossington(WK), Alex Wakely, Saif Zaib, Graeme White, Ben Sanderson, Nathan Buck, Brandon Glover, Ben Curran, Charlie Thurston, Emilio Gay, Gareth Berg, Luke Procter, Rob Keogh, Tom Taylor, Ricardo Vasconcelos, Curtley-Jack White, Graeme White, Simon Karrigon, Wayne Parnell

 

Notts Outlaws Squad

Alex Hales Nottingham
Alex Hales will be key for the defending champions in T20 Blast 2021

Alex Hales, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Tom Moores (wk), Daniel Christian, Steven Mullaney (C), Samit Patel, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Zak Chappell, Tom Barber, Toby Pettman, Stuart Broad, Matthew Carter, Liam Patterson-White, Harry Gurney, Dane Patterson, Brett Hutton, Haseeb Hameed, Sol Budinger, Ben Compton, Ben Slater, Dane Schadendorf, Peter Trego, Lyndon James, Joey Evison

 

Worcestershire Rapids Squad

Daryl Mitchell, Jack Haynes, Joshua Dell, Mitchell Stanley, Riki Wessels, Ross Whiteley, Tom Fell, Brett D’Oliveira, Joe Leach (C), Moeen Ali, Alex Milton (WK), Ben Cox, Gareth Roderick, Adam Finch, Alzarri Joseph, Charlie Morris, Dillon Pennington, Ed Barnard, Josh Tongue, Pat Brown