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While international cricket returns with the England and West Indies Tests from July 8 in Southampton, the Zambia cricket league will begin on July 4 and go on till July 12.
There are four teams in the T10 tournament Biss Key and they are Kabwe Stars, Kitwe Kings, Lusaka Heats and Ndola Blitz. The matches will be played only on weekends. The first three days of the event will have the group games followed by the semi-finals and final on July 12.
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Kushal Jain, the Chairman of Zambia Professional Cricketers Association, hopes that the tournament will encourage the people to take up the sport as well. “It will be an exciting league season for the teams looking forward to hitting the ground.
The league will be an ideal preparation of the sport for the players and also a tremendous opportunity for fans to enjoy good Cricket Biss Key. We want to thank all those who recognize the global nature of the game and support cricket across boundaries,” he said.
ZAMBIA T10 LEAGUE HD FTA New Biss Key and Frequency di Thaicom 6 at 78.5°East Kode New TP 2020
|ZAMBIA T10 LEAGUE Biss Key and Frequency 2020|
||ZAMBIA T10 LEAGUE|
|Satellite||Apstar 7 at 76.5°East|
|Frequency||3665 H 3250|
|Today Update||July 12.07.2020|
Cricket Feed Zambia T10 League Latest Biss Key 2020 – The Zambia Super League is considered to be one of the best leagues in Africa with the Top 4 of the league qualify for the group stage of the Caf Champions League and Caf Confederations Cup with the top 2 qualify for the group stage qualifiers for the Caf Champions League and the third and fourth positioned teams qualify for the group stage qualifiers of the Caf Confederations Cup.
The League was original scheduled from March–December but a transition season was conducted so that the calendar can match with that of Caf Tournaments Biss Key. The league is improving every season to the extent that in the CAF 5-year ranking Zambia ranks 7th among all the countries in Africa. The league is owned by the Football Association of Zambia with broadcasting rights belonging to supersport who televise 126 matches and the winners of the league receiving a copper trophy with their names engraved in the trophy.