ICC TV will produce 22-camera coverage of 20 of the 48 scheduled ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2018 matches.
The likes of former India captain Sourav Ganguly, former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody and former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop will be among the commentators analysing the rising stars on show.
The tournament offers free entry to fans in New Zealand, but with expanded digital syndication of live coverage, led by ICC’s global media rights partner Star Sports, traditional broadcast coverage will be available in 102 countries with digital coverage available in 204 countries.
On television, the reach of the competition will be spread across five continents as ICC continues its long-term partnerships with various broadcast partners.
The full list of ICC U19 CWC 2018 televised matches is below.
|13 January 2018||14:00||New Zealand v West Indies|
|14 January 2018||14:00||India v Australia|
|15 January 2018||10:30||England v Namibia|
|16 January 2018||14:00||India v Papua New Guinea|
|17 January 2018||14:00||West Indies v South Africa|
|18 January 2018||10:30||Bangladesh v New Zealand|
|19 January 2018||14:00||India v Zimbabwe|
|20 January 2018||14:00||New Zealand v South Africa|
|23 January 2018||10.30||Quarter Final 1 (1st Group C v 2nd Group B)|
|24 January 2018||10:30||Quarter Final 2 (1st Group D v 2nd Group A)|
|25 January 2018||10:30||Quarter Final 3 (1st Group A v 2nd Group D)|
|26 January 2018||10:30||Quarter Final 4 (1st Group B v 2nd Group C)|
|27 January 2018||10:30||Loser QF2 v Loser QF3|
|28 January 2018||10:30||Loser QF1 v Loser QF4|
|29 January 2018||10:30||Semi Final 1 (Winner SLQF2 v Winner SLQF3)|
|30 January 2018||10:30||Semi Final 2 (Winner SLQF1 v Winner SLQF4)|
|30 January 2018||10:30||7th / 8th Playoff|
|31 January 2018||10:30||5th / 6th Playoff|
|01 February 2018||10:30||3rd / 4th Playoff|
|02 February 2018||14:00||Final|