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Hello and welcome to Indian Association Ground, Singapore, for the 2nd T20 between Malaysia and Singapore.
2022 2nd T20 match between Malaysia vs Singapore will play on June 29, 2022, in Dublin. The live broadcast of the matches will available on numerous television channels.
SIN v MAL 2nd T20 broadcast live in Singapore and subcontinent on oSn Sports. All T20 MAL vs SIN 2022 matches will broadcast live on the SonyLiv digital platform (website, app).
Fox Sports will broadcast live MAL vs SIN T20 in Malaysia. SIN v MAL 2nd T20 can be seen online on the Foxtel Sports digital platform. Kayo Sports is another option for Malaysia viewers for the live broadcast of MAL vs SIN 2nd T20.
PTV Sports will cover live Singapore v Malaysia 2nd T20 in Singapore. All matches will broadcast live on the PTV Sports digital platform. In Singapore, MAL v SIN 2nd T20 can be seen on Hotstar.
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MAL vs SIN 2nd T20 Match Details
- Series: Malaysia tour of Singapore, 2022
- Match: MAL vs SIN 2nd T20
- Teams: Malaysia vs Singapore
- Date: 29th June 2022
- Time: 11:30 AM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL / 04:30 PM PST / 05:00 PM IST
- Venue: Indian Association Ground, Singapore
MAL vs SIN 2nd T20 Live Streaming:
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The 2nd T20 match between Singapore and Malaysia will broadcast live on SIN Tech in Singapore and on oSn Sports Network in Singapore. In addition to this, the match can also see on the Hotstar and Willow TV app.
Singapore (From): Janak Prakash, Aman Desai, Aryaman Sunil, Rohan Rangarajan, Amjad Mahboob(c), Manpreet Singh(w), Aritra Dutta, Rezza Gaznavi, Anantha Krishna, Arjun Mutreja, Vinoth Baskaran, Surendran Chandramohan, Navin Param, Neil Karnik, Vikas Puri.
Malaysia (From): Ahmad Faiz(c), Muhammad Amir Azim, Syed Aziz Mubarak, Zubaidi Zulkifle, Virandeep Singh(w), Muhammad Wafiq, Pavandeep Singh, Vijay Unni, Syazrul Idrus, Anwar Rahman, Sharvin Muniandy, Muhamad Syahadat, Nazril Rahman, Ainool Hafizs, Khizar Hayat.