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The Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 will start on September 15 in Doha, Qatar. 

Featuring six teams, a total of 16 T20I matches will be played in the inaugural edition of the Gulf Cricket T20I Championship, organised by the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA).

Hosts Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates will battle for the Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023.

As per the schedule, each team will play the other side once in a round-robin format. The top two teams in the standings after all the league matches will advance to the final.

The Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 final is scheduled to be held on Saturday, September 23.

All matches of the Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 will be played at the West End Park International Cricket Stadium in Doha.

Where to watch Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.

There will be no live telecast of the Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 on any TV channel in India.

Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 schedule and live India match times

All match times are in India Standard Time (IST)

Friday, September 15

Kuwait vs Saudi Arabia - 6:30 PM

Qatar vs Bahrain - 11:00 PM

Saturday, September 16

Oman vs United Arab Emirates - 6:30 PM

Bahrain vs Qatar - 11:00 PM

Sunday, September 17

Qatar vs Oman - 6:30 PM

United Arab Emirates vs Saudi Arabia - 11:00 PM

Monday, September 18

Qatar vs Kuwait - 6:30 PM

Bahrain vs Saudi Arabia - 11:00 PM

Tuesday, September 19

Kuwait vs United Arab Emirates - 6:30 PM

Oman vs Bahrain - 11:00 PM

Wednesday, September 20

Qatar vs United Arab Emirates - 6:30 PM

Saudi Arabia vs Oman - 11:00 PM

Thursday, September 21

Qatar vs Saudi Arabia - 11:00 PM

Friday, September 22

United Arab Emirates vs Bahrain - 6:30 PM

Oman vs Kuwait - 11:00 PM

Saturday, September 23

Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 final - 9:30 PM

Gulf Cricket T20I Championship 2023 teams and squads

Bahrain: Fiaz Ahmed, Haider Ali Butt, Sohail Ahmed, Ahmed Bin Nasir (wicket-keeper), Imran Ali (wicket-keeper), Umer Toor (wicket-keeper), Yasir Nazir (wicket-keeper), Mohsin Zaki, Imran Anwar, Junaid Niazi, Sathaiyah Veerapathiran, Abdul Majid, Ali Dawood, Muhammad Rizwan Butt

Kuwait: Ahsan Ul Haq, Ali Zaheer, Aslam Nawfer, Bilal Tahir, Ravija Sandaruwan, Meet Bhavsar (wicket-keeper), Parvinder Kumar, Usman Ghani (wicket-keeper), Adnan Idrees, Shiraz Khan, Clinto Velookkara Anto, Ilyas Ahmed, Mohamed Shafeeq, Sayed Monib, Shahrukh Quddus, Yasin Patel

Oman: Aaqib Llyas, Ayan Khan, Jatinder Singh, Shoaib Khan, Naseem Khushi, Kashyap Prajapati, Mehran Khan, Mohammad Nadeem, Rafiullah, Samay Shrivastava, Sandeep Goud, Wasim Ali, Muzahir Raza, Fayaz Butt, Jay Odedara, Kaleemullah, Shakeel Ahmad, Bilal Khan

Qatar: Adnan Mirza, Himanshu Rathod, Jassim Khan, Muhammad Jabir, Saqlain Arshad, Imal Liyanage (wicket-keeper), Uzair Amir (wicket-keeper), Mirza Mohammed Baig, Amir Farooq, Mohammed Irshad, Bipin Kumar, Muhammad Ikramullah, Muhammad Murad, Bukhari Munchummal

Saudi Arabia: Abdul Waheed, Faisal Khan, Muhammad Ahmad Raza, Umair Sharif, Usman Najeeb, Zain Ul Abidin, Haseeb Ghafoor (wicket-keeper), Zeeshan Butt (wicket-keeper), Kashif Abbas, Mohsin Shabbirrajput, Abdul Manan Ali, Atif Ur Rehman, Mohammed Hisham Shaikh, Saad Khan, Zuhair Zuhair, Abdul Wahid, Ishtiaq Ahmad, Waqar Ul Hassan, Mohammed Khalander Mustafa

United Arab Emirates: Ansh Tandon, Asif Khan, Ethan Dsouza, Lovepreet Bajwa, Waseem Muhammad, Aryansh Sharma (wicket-keeper), Kamran Atta (wicket-keeper), Vriitya Aravind (wicket-keeper), Aayan Khan, Ali Naseer, Basil Hameed, Nilansh Keswani, Aditya Shetty, Jash Giyanani, Junayed Siddiqi, Palaniapan Meiyappan, Mohammed Faraazuddin, Muhammad Jawadullah, Sanchit Sharma, Zahoor Khan

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