Global T20 Canada 2019 schedule, match timings, live streaming and broadcast details are placed here. The second edition of the Global T20 Canada competition will kick-start from July 25 and this 22-game tournament will go on till August 11. Defending champions Vancouver Knights will take on Toronto Nationals in the 2019 season opener. 22 matches, including three playoffs, will be played this season while the final will be held on August 11. The tournament will now be moved from King’s City to Brampton.
One thing is for certain that there will be six teams playing in the tournament this time, much like last time but the West Indies B team will be replaced by a city-based side Brampton Wolves. Latest information around the 2019 Global T20 Canada squads, schedule, live streaming options and predictions will be updated below. The match tickets can be purchased on the official site.
Global T20 Canada Teams Squads 2019
The six teams in action in this Global T20 Canada league are as follows: Edmonton Royals, Montreal Tigers, Toronto Nationals, Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks along with Brampton Wolves that has replaced West Indies B which was the sixth team that played the last year. Global t20 league 2019 team players list is placed below.
|Teams||Global T20 Canada Squads 2019|
|Toronto Nationals||Yuvraj Singh, Brendon McCullum, Kieron Pollard, Callum MacLeod, Chirag Suri, Chris Green, Ghulam Shabbir, Heinrick Klaasen, Jasdeep Singh, Jeremy Gordon, Manpreet Gony, Mark Montford, Ravinderpal Singh, Rodrigo Thomas, Salman Nazar, Sandeep Lamichhane, Trent Boult|
|Vancouver Knights||Shoaib Malik, Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Ali Khan, Chadwick Walton, Daniel Sams, Harsh Thaker, Hayden Walsh Jr, JJ Smit, Matthew Nandu, Michael Rippon, Rassie van der Dussen, Rayaan Pathan, Rizwan Cheema, Saad Zafar, Tim Southee, Tobias Visee|
|Winnipeg Hawks||Chris Lynn, Dwayne Bravo, Dwayne Smith, Hamza Tariq,JP Duminy, Kaleem Sana-ur-Rehim, Najibullah Zadran, Paul van Meekeren, Rameez Shahzad, Rayad Emrit, Romesh Eranga, Shaiman Anwar, Sompal Kami, Sunny Sohal, Umair Ghani, Umar Akmal, Varun Sehdev|
|Montreal Tigers||Thisara Perera, Sunil Narine, Arslan Khan, Bhupinder Singh, Dillon Heylinger, Fawad Ahmad, George Bailey, Isuru Udana, Keemo Paul, Kyle Coetzer, Matthew Cross, Muhammed Naveed, Nikhil Dutta, Niroshan Dickwella, Nizakat Khan, Steven Taylor, Yax Patel|
|Brampton Wolves||Shakib Al Hasan, Colin Munro, Abrash Khan, Andre Fletcher, Armaan Kapoor, Babar Hayat, Darren Sammy, Faisal Jamkhandi, George Munsey, Lendl Simmons, Nawab Singh, Nitish Kumar, Rohan Mustafa, Shahid Afridi, Timil Patel, Wahab Riaz, Zahoor Khan|
|Edmonton Royals||Kane Williamson, Faf du Plessis, Akash Gill, Anshuman Rath, Ben Cutting, Davy Jacobs, Ehsan Nawaz, James Neesham, Kyle Fitzroy Phill, Muhammad Nawaz, Navneet Dhaliwal, Richie Berrington, Safyaan Sharif, Satsimranjit Dhinsa, Shadab Khan, Shahzad Ahmadzai, Sherfane Rutherford|
Global T20 Canada 2019 Schedule
There will be 22 games in the tournament which will finish on August 11 and all matches will be played at Brampton. The six teams in action, Toronto Nationals, Montreal Tigers, Edmonton Royals, Vancouver Knights, Winnipeg Hawks and Brampton Wolves, will face each other once apiece, starting from July 25. There will be one game a day over the weekdays that will begin at 4 pm local time (8 pm GMT) and over the weekend there will be two matches that begin at 11 am and 4 pm respectively (3 pm & 8 pm GMT respectively).
The playoffs will be held in the same manner as the PSL or IPL where the top two teams face off in a Qualifier and the third and fourth-placed side will play the Eliminator. The winner of the Qualifier will make the final while the loser will play the winner of the Eliminator. The Final will be played on August 11. The Global T20 Canada schedule for the 2019 season is updated below.
Global T20 Canada 2019 Schedule
|NO.||Date||Global T20 Canada Schedule||Time (IST)|
|1||25 Jul 19||Toronto National vs Vancouver Knights||9:30 PM|
|2||26 Jul 19||Montreal Tigers vs Winnipeg Hawks||01:30 AM|
|3||27 Jul 19||Edmonton Royals vs Toronto Nationals||8:30 PM|
|4||27 Jul 19||Brampton Wolves vs Montreal Tigers||01:30 AM|
|5||28 Jul 19||Vancouver Knights vs Winnipeg Hawks||8:30 PM|
|6||28 Jul 19||Brampton Wolves vs Edmonton Royals||01:30 AM|
|7||29 Jul 19||Toronto Nationals vs Winnipeg Hawks||08:30 PM|
|8||29 Jul 19||Montreal Tigers vs Vancouver Knights||01:30 AM|
|9||31 Jul 19||Edmonton Royals vs Montreal Tigers||08:30 PM|
|10||01 Aug 19||Winnipeg Hawks vs Brampton Wolves||08:30 PM|
|11||02 Aug 19||Edmonton Royals vs Vancouver Knights||08:30 PM|
|12||03 Aug 19||Toronto National vs Brampton Wolves||08:30 PM|
|13||04 Aug 19||Winnipeg Hawks vs Edmonton Royals||01:30 AM|
|14||04 Aug 19||Vancouver Knights vs Brampton Royals||08:30 PM|
|15||05 Aug 19||Toronto Nationals vs Montreal Tigers||01:30 AM|
|16||06 Aug 19||1st Placed Team vs 6th Place Team||08:30 PM|
|17||06 Aug 19||2nd Place Team vs 5th Place Team||01:30 AM|
|18||07 Aug 19||3rd Place Team vs 4th Place Team||08:30 PM|
|19||08 Aug 19||1st place team vs 2nd place team||08:30 PM|
|20||08 Aug 19||(Knockout) 3rd place team vs 4th place Team||01:30 AM|
|21||10 Aug 19||The loser of playoffs vs Winner of Knockout||11:30 PM|
|22||11 Aug 19||Winner of Playoff 1 vs Winner of Playoff 3||11:30 PM|
Global T20 Canada Broadcast TV Channels
- UK: FreeSports
- Canada: CBN
- India: Star Sports (Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD and Hotstar)
- Australia: Fox Sports
- Pakistan: Geo Sports
- Middle East: Orbit Showtime Network
- Bangladesh: Ghazi TV
- Caribbean: Sportsmax
- USA: Hotstar
- MENA: OSN Sports Cricket HD
What happened last season?
The Vancouver Knights won the first-ever season of the Global T20 Canada after defeating Cricket West Indies B in the final to clinch the title. It brought to an end a tournament that can be deemed as successful with a lot of eyeballs from global audiences, one that saw some of the top cricketers in the world take part in it.
The Knights were deserving winners too, having finished the league stage of the Global T20 Canada at the top of the points table, ahead of West Indies B by a single point. Winnipeg Hawks and Edmonton Royals finished third and fourth in the table to qualify for the playoffs but neither side was able to make it to the final as the Knights took on West Indies B in the title-decider.
Among the top batsmen and bowlers were Lendl Simmons, whose 321 runs was the highest runs by a daylight, Rassie van der Dussen, who scored 255 runs, Sherfane Rutherford, another batsman from West Indies B side, Sheldon Cottrell, whose 16 wickets included a match-winning spell in the final, Fawad Ahmed, who also played for the Knights. Interestingly, Cottrell and Fawad finished atop of the bowling charts making it to two bowlers from the Knights side to make the top bowling table.