The Emirates D50 League 2023 - the tournament's second edition - kickstarts on Wednesday, May 3 with Abu Dhabi taking on Dubai in the first match.
The 12-day-long 50-over tournament will feature both established and rising UAE talents. The five teams participating in the tournament are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, and Emirates Blues.
Emirates Blues are the defending champions after beating Ajman in the final of the previous edition of the tournament.
All teams will play each other once in the group stage and the top side in the final will secure a direct path to the final, while the teams that finish second and third in the standings at the end of the group stage will compete against each other for the other spot in the final.
All the matches in this tournament will take place in Malek Cricket Ground 1, Ajman, and Malek Cricket Ground 2, Ajman.
The final of the tournament will take place on May 14 and a maximum of two games will be played per day over the course of the tournament.
Where to watch Emirates D50 League 2023 live in India?
Live streaming of Emirates D50 League 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website.
There will be no live telecast of Emirates D50 League 2023 on any TV channels in India.
Emirates D50 League 2023 schedule and match time
All timings as per Indian Standard Time (IST)
Wednesday, May 3
Abu Dhabi vs Dubai, 4:30 pm
Ajman vs Fujairah, 5:30 pm
Thursday, May 4
Ajman vs Abu Dhabi, 4:30 pm
Sharjah vs Emirates Blues, 5:30 pm
Friday, May 5
Emirates Blues vs Dubai, 4:30 pm
Fujairah vs Sharjah, 5:30 pm
Saturday, May 6
Ajman vs Dubai, 5:30 pm
Sunday, May 7
Sharjah vs Abu Dhabi, 4:30 pm
Fujairah vs Emirates Blues, 5:30 pm
Tuesday, May 9
Ajman vs Emirates Blues, 4:30 pm
Fujairah vs Dubai, 5:30 pm
Wednesday, May 10
Abu Dhabi vs Emirates Blues, 4:30 pm
Ajman vs Sharjah, 5:30 pm
Thursday, May 11
Fujairah vs Abu Dhabi, 4:30 pm
Sharjah vs Dubai, 5:30 pm
Saturday, May 13
Semi-final, 5:30 pm
Sunday, May 14
Final, 5:30 pm
Emirates D50 League 2023 teams and squads
Sharjah: Chundangapoyil Rizwan, Fayyaz Ahmad (c), Mohammad Nadeem, Usman Khan, Yasir Khan, Muhammad Azhar, Muhammad Saghir Khan, Muhammad Uzair Khan, Qamar Awan, Shoaib Abid, Soorya Kiran, Khalid Shah (Wk), Ata Ullah, Harsh Desai, Hilal Afghan, Karnal Zahid
Abu Dhabi: Abrar Shaikh, Ali Abid (c), Ghulam Farid, Jonathan Figy, Riyan Mohammed, Anoop Gopalkrishna, Fayyaz Ahmed, Irshad Hussain, Kaviyan Elan, Mazhar Bashir, Kamran Atta (Wk), Shehan Dilshan (Wk), Muhammad Mohsin, Muhammad Rohid Khan, Yash Punja, Zia Mukhtar
Dubai: Ahaan Fernandes, Rameez Shahzad (c), Shaurya Singh, Shival Bawa, Taimoor Ali, Adhitya Shetty, Muhammad Farooq, Ronak Panoly, Soorya Sathish, Fahad Nawaz (Wk), Safeer Tariq (Wk), Wasi Shah (Wk), Arsh Khan Lucky, Aryan Lakra, Nikhil Srinivasan, Nilansh Keswani, Yug Sharma
Ajman: Adnan Arif, Adnan ul Mulk (c), Faisal Baig, Lovepreet Singh, Sagar Kalyan, Harshit Kaushik, Mohammed Ajmal, Muhammad Usman, Zohaib Gujjar, Rahul Chopra (Wk), Ankur Sangwan, Muhammad Sameer, Muhammad Uzair, Nasir Aziz, Saqib Manshad, Zain Ullah Khan
Emirates Blues: Alishan Sharafu (c), Deepak Raj, Ethan D'souza, Yayin Rai, Akshat Rai, Ali Naseer, Aryan Saxena, Dhruv Parashar, Harit Shetty, Monish Gajeswaran, Sanchit Sharma, Aryansh Sharma (Wk), Yash Sabnani (Wk), Daniyal Boriawala, Hardik Pai, Harshit Seth, Uddish Suri
Fujairah: Asif Khan, Basil Hameed, Muhammad Usman, Muhammad Waseem (c), Salman Khan, Rohan Mustafa, Sayyed Sadiq, Shahbaz Ali, Umair Ali, Zawar Farid, Hamdan Tahir (Wk), Zeeshan Abid (Wk), Danish Qureshi, Harry Bharwal, Mujahid Ameen, Sabir Ali, Zubair Zuhaib
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