After the completion of the Mdina Cup T20Is 2023, the Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 will start on July 12 in Marsa, Malta.
The fourth edition of the Valletta Cup will feature five teams fighting for the coveted title.
Hosts Malta, France, Luxembourg, Romania and Switzerland are the five teams that will take part in Valletta Cup T20Is 2023.
As per the schedule, each team will play the other sides once in a round-robin format. A total of 10 league matches will be hosted.
The top team in the standings after all league matches will qualify for the Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 final. The fourth and fifth-placed team in the standings will clash in the fourth-placed playoff. Meanwhile, the second-placed team will face the third-placed side in the Qualifier for a spot in the final.
The Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 final is scheduled to be hosted on Sunday, July 16.
All matches of Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 will be played at Marsa Sports Club in Malta.
Romania are the defending champions of the Valletta Cup, having defeated Malta by nine runs in the 2022 final.
The Czech Republic won the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2019, while Malta clinched the second edition in 2021.
Where to watch Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 live in India?
Live streaming of the Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.
There will be no live telecast of the Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 on any TV channel in India.
Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 schedule and live India match times
All match times are in India Standard Time (IST)
Wednesday, July 12
Malta vs France - 7:45 PM
Thursday, July 13
Luxembourg vs Malta - 12:00 PM
Romania vs Switzerland - 3:45 PM
France vs Romania - 7:30 PM
Friday, July 14
Luxembourg vs Switzerland - 12:00 PM
Malta vs Romania - 3:45 PM
Switzerland vs France - 7:30 PM
Saturday, July 15
Romania vs Luxembourg - 12:00 PM
Switzerland vs Malta - 3:45 PM
France vs Luxembourg - 7:45 PM
Sunday, July 16
4th Place Playoff - 12:00 PM
Qualifier - 3:45 PM
Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 final - 7:30 PM
Valletta Cup T20Is 2023 teams and squads
France: Abdul Rahman, Abdulmalik Jabarkhel, Dawood Ahmadzai, Gustav Mckeon, Hevit Alodin Jackson, Ibrahim Jabarkhel, Lingeswaran Canessane, Mukhtar Ghulami, Noman Amjad, Pirakajan Pirabakaran, Rahmatullah Mangal, Rithurshan Gunarasa, Rohullah Mangal, Shayam Warnakulasuriya, Suventhiran Santhirakumaran, Usman Khan, Zain Ahmad
Luxembourg: Amit Dhingra, Amit Halbhavi, Ankush Nanda, Anoop Orsu, Eliyas Jabarkhel, Girish Venkateswaran, James Barker, Joost Mees, Mohit Dixit, Pankaj Malav, Shiv Karan Gill, Timothy Barker, Vikram Vijh, William Cope
Malta: Bikram Arora, Chanjal Sudursanan, Darshit Patankar, Eldhose Mathew, Fanyan Mughal, Gaurav Maithani, Gopal Thakur, Imran Ameer, Jaison Jerome, Jaspal Singh, Justin Shaju, Samuel Stanislaus, Varun Prasath, Waqar Afridi Ahmad, Waseem Abbas, Yash Singh, Zeeshan Khan
Romania: Abdul Shakoor, Aftab Kayani, Arun Kumar, Cosmin Zavoiu, Gaurav Mishra, Luca Petre, Manmeet Koli, Pratham Hingorani, Rajesh Kumar, Ramesh Satheesan, Satwik Nadigotla, Shantanu Vashisht, Sivakumar Periyalwar, Sudeep Thakur, Taranjeet Singh, Vasu Saini
Switzerland: Abdullah Rana, Afif Khattak, Ali Nayyer, Aneeshkumar Nalinambika, Arjun Vinod, Asad Mahmood, Ashwin Vinod, Asvin Lakkaraju, Faheem Nazir, Hassan Ahmad, Izhar Hussain, Kenardo Fletcher, Muralitharan Gnanasekaram, Nasir Mahmood, Noorkhan Ahmadi, Osama Mahmood
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