CPL match times, TV networks, and live streaming information for 2023

At the Darren Sammy Stadium on August 16, the CPL 2023 starts with the defending champion Jamaica Tallawahs taking on the St. Lucia Kings. The tournament will go on for more than a month; the final match is scheduled for September 25 at Guyana's Providence Stadium.

Brandon King is going to act as the Tallawahs' captain this year. Hayden Walsh became available through the trade of Rovman Powell, who had previously guided them to a tournament win. Powell will now lead the Royals in place of David Miller as captain.

St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots, the second team having a new captain this year, will be captained by Evin Lewis rather than Dwayne Bravo, who has joined Trinbago Knight Riders.

Caribbean Premier League 2023 Where to watch: TV channels, live streaming, match timings

Matches on single-match days start at 7 p.m. local time, which corresponds to 4:30 a.m. in India.

But on days when there are two matches, one will start at 10 am local time, which is 7:30 pm India time, and the other at the usual 7 pm local time.

On FanCode, audiences in India can watch CPL 2023.

In the United States, CPL 2023 will be televised on Willow TV.

CPL 2023 will be televised and streamed live on BT Sport in the UK.

Fox Sports and Sky Sports NZ, respectively, will provide live coverage of the CPL 2023 to viewers in Australia and New Zealand.

In the Caribbean, SportsMax TV will broadcast CPL 2023 live, while Pakistani viewers may follow the competition through the league's official social media channels.

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