Bangladesh vs India LIVE Streaming: Bangladesh vs India LIVE, SAFF U20 Championship: The 4th edition of the SAFF U-18 Championship is underway as India are the hosts of the tournament which returns after a break of 3 years. The young Blue Tigers will face Bangladesh in their tournament opener. A total of five countries of the Indian sub-continent including the hosts have taken part in this competition. The prestigious tournament is started on 25th July and will conclude on 5th August 2022.
India’s young Blue Tigers take on Bangladesh in the SAFF U-20 Championship 2022
India who is currently the defending champions of this South Asian Football Federation tournament will host all the group stage and the finals at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhuvneshwar. With the young Blue Tigers, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives are taking part in this competition. With FIFA having previously banned Pakistan in 2021, the team is thus banned from taking part in the tournament in this edition.
There are however stringent eligibility criteria for the players taking part in this tournament. Only players born after 1st January 2003 are allowed to take part in the tournament. Every squad will have to have a minimum strength of 16 players and a maximum pool of 23 players. Each team should have at least 2 goalkeepers.
Where to Watch Bangladesh vs India, SAFF U-20 2022 Championship Live Streaming and Live Telecast?
There is no confirmation as to whether the tournament will be televised or Live Streamed. It is however expected that the matches will be live streamed on AIFF’s official Facebook page.
All the live action will also be live streamed on Sportzworks YouTube channel and Eleven Sports platform.
India’s fixtures at the SAFF U-20 Championship
Bangladesh vs India, July 27, 4:00 pm
India vs Sri Lanka, July 29, 4:00 pm
Nepal vs India, July 31, 8:00 pm
India vs Maldives, August 2, 8:00 pm
India SAFF U-20 Championship Squad 2022
Goalkeepers: Syed Zahid Hussain Bukhari, Mohit Singh Dhami, Som Kumar.
Defenders: Amandeep, Halen Nongtdu, Bikash Yumnam, Sajad Hussain Parray, Raj Basfore, Brijesh Giri, Tankadhar Bag, Pritam Meetei Sorokhaibam.
Midfielders: Sibajit Singh Leimapokpam, Vibin Mohanan, Vinay Harji, Maheson Singh Tongbram, Sujit Singh, Harsh Sailesh Patre, Taison Singh Loitongbam, Macarton Louis Nickson.
Forwards: Gurkirat Singh, Parthib Sundar Gogoi, Himanshu Jangra, Shubho Paul.