A total of 13 ODIs will be played this time unlike the previous edition when only 11 matches took place.
Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has set the ball moving for the upcoming Asia Cup in the wake of uncovering the timetable of the tournament. It will start on September 15 in the United Arab Emirates as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will bolt horns. The format of the opposition is likewise changed this time around and two more matches will be played for the current year contrasted with the past release. Be that as it may, the title support is set to be changed with UAE trade in prompt supplant Micromax.
UAE Exchange is the United Arab Emirates fund organization occupied with settlements, remote trade and bill installments arrangements. It is going to end up the title patron for the Asia Cup this year and the arrangement is relied upon to be shut around an astounding Rs 22 Crores.
Monstrous reaction expected for Asia Cup
Micromax had submitted Rs 13-14 Crores two years back for the 11-coordinate T20 Asia Cup. This time an aggregate of 13 ODI matches will be played because of the presentation of the Super Four format. Additionally, the possibility of no less than two India-Pakistan matches is required to create a great deal of enthusiasm for the tournament.
“Considering Indian Premier League’s appraisals on Star Sports, a ₹2 crore for a match is a completely sensible incentive for the Asia Cup title. Let us not overlook there are probably going to be no less than two, or conceivably 3, India-Pakistan games, which will conjure monstrous reaction in the two nations. For a multinational brand with its activities in India and Pakistan, this Asia Cup is an extraordinary advertising opportunity,” a main media purchaser revealed to Inside Sport.
The most outstanding opponents will meet out of the blue on September 19 since Champions Trophy last a year ago as the tournament will finish up on September 28. All the matches will be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi and the warmth in the UAE is probably going to inflict significant damage on the players associated with the opposition.