Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2017 2nd Match Live Streaming and TV Channels

In the year 2017, Zimbabwe is going to Scotland for playing 2 ODI matches against Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe tour of Scotland ODI series is going to start on  15 June 2017 and going to conclude on 17 June 2017. In this series, Zimbabwe has to play 2 ODI matches against Scotland. Here we have Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd Match Live Streaming regarding information. Where to watch Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd Match. When the match is going to broadcast on TV channel lets check below.

Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd Match Live Streaming

Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd Match Live Streaming


In this Zimbabwe tour of Scotland ODI series. Zimbabwe has to play 2 ODI matches against Scotland. Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd match is on  17 June 2017 at Grange Cricket Club stadium in Edinburgh. This match is going to broadcast on Tv channels at 3:15 PM according to Indian Clock.

Zimbabwe stands 11th rank in the ICC ODI Team Ranking 2017 in top 12 team list. On another hand, Scotland doest not exist in top 12 team list. This is a golden opportunity to enter top 12 ODI team for Scotland.

Most of the cricket fans have a problem regarding where to watch Scotland vs Zimbabwe. Due to this problem, cricket fans can miss watching live streaming of all matches. We have all Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd Match Live Streaming regarding information see below.

Cricket fans can enjoy live telecast of this match on QTV Sports and Total Sports Management (TSM) channel. While In Zimbabwe all matches are going to broadcast on Sky Sports Channel in  Zimbabwe.

Cricket fans can see live matches online on  Hotstar.com, StarSports.com, and Skysports.com. Here is the live streaming link for the entire tournament.

Scotland vs Zimbabwe 2nd ODI Match Details

Matches: Scotland vs Zimbabwe

Venue: Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh

Time: 09:45 AM GMT

Date: 17 June 2017

Team Squads

Scotland: TBC

Zimbabwe: Graeme Cremer(c), Ryan Burl, Chamu Chibhabha, Tendai Chatara, Craig Ervine, Sikandar Raza, Hamilton Masakadza, Solomon Mire, Peter Moor, Chris Mpofu, Tarisai Musakanda, Richard Ngarava, Donald Tiripano, Malcolm Waller, Sean Williams

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