The highly anticipated 2024 Pakistan Super League (PSL) is set to kick off on February 17, promising cricket enthusiasts an action-packed season filled with thrilling matches and intense rivalries. Here’s your guide to catching all the excitement of the ninth edition of the PSL, whether you’re tuning in from the comfort of your home or on the go.

Lahore Qalandars Ready for Third Title Quest

As the Lahore Qalandars gear up for their quest for a third title, the opening match against Islamabad United in Lahore sets the stage for what promises to be an enthralling tournament. With 34 games scheduled between February 17 and March 18, spread across four venues, including Lahore, Rawalpindi, Multan, and Karachi, fans can expect non-stop cricketing action throughout the season.

Knockout Stage Highlights

Mark your calendars for the knockout stage, commencing on March 14, featuring two Eliminators on March 15 and 16, culminating in the grand finale two days later.

Star-Studded Commentary Panel

Adding to the excitement, the PSL has unveiled a stellar lineup of commentators, spearheaded by former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja, accompanied by the return of Ian Bishop to the commentary box for the first time since 2017.

Where to Catch the Action

In Pakistan

ARY holds the broadcast rights for the tournament, with A Sports HD set to showcase all the matches. Additionally, fans can stream the games live on various platforms including Snack Video, Begin, Myco, Tapmad, and Tamasha.

In India

Fancode emerges as the go-to destination for live coverage, offering streaming services through their website and app, although no live broadcast is available.

In the UK

Sky Sports steps in as the official broadcaster, spreading coverage across the Main Event, Sky Cricket, and Sky Sports Mix TV channels. For those preferring free-to-air options, Geo News will broadcast every game.

In Australia

Fox Cricket takes the reins as the official broadcaster for Australian viewers.

In the USA

Willow TV ensures cricket fans across the USA can catch every moment of the PSL action.

In New Zealand

Sky Sports NZ secures the rights to broadcast live games on TV.

Bangladesh and Nepal

Viewers in Bangladesh and Nepal can tune in via Tampad.

MENA and South East Asia

Cricbuzz offers live streaming options for viewers in the MENA and South East Asia regions.