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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Mumbai, Maharashtra May 24, 2021 ( – First introduced back in 2017, the T10 League is a newly 10 over format cricket league owned by the T10 Sports Management. The T10 League is approved by the Emirates Cricket Board and was officially sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The 28th of January 2021 marked the inaugural night of the fourth season of the Abu Dhabi T10 League. The iconic Sheikh Zayed Stadium was chosen to be the venue for the league.  

With a total of eight teams in the league, the teams were divided into two groups. This is similar to the grouping system that we saw last season. Let us take a look at both of these groups from the Abu Dhabi T10:

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Group A consists of the

  • Bangla Tigers
  • Delhi Bulls
  • Northern Warriors
  • Maratha Arabians

Teams drafted in Group B include

  • Deccan Gladiators
  • Pune Devils
  • Qalandars
  • Team Abu Dhabi

To come out alive from the group stages with a total of 12 matches conducted in the group stages, teams fought till the end. With the conclusion of the group stages, the surviving faced off in the Super League stages, paving the way for the playoffs that started on February 5th. With three matches marking the beginning of this season at Abu Dhabi, we saw three thrilling showdowns on the evening of the inaugural day.

Starting at the 1600 hours the Maratha Arabians took on the Northern Warriors in the first match of the fourth season. This action-packed match had some sparks as big names such as Shoaib Malik, Pravin Tambe, Kjorn Ottley and Wahab Riaz locked horns. The Maratha Arabians have crowned champions last season and were led by Indian coach Lalchand Rajput, who took charge from last year’s coach Zimbabwean Andrew Flower. The Maratha Arabians defeated the Northern Warriors by 5 wickets. Northern Warriors on the other hand secured the fifth spot in the last season with a win count of three matches while losing the other three. Indian coach Robin Singh is again seen behind the Northern Warriors like last season.

The second match of the evening started at 1815 hours between the Pune Devils, led by Coach Jonty Rhodes and the Deccan Gladiators, led by Coach Mushtaq Ahmed. Though the Deccan Gladiators looked forward to avenging the defeat at the last year’s final when Maratha Arabians grabbed the crown by 8 wickets; they lost to the Pune Devils by 7 wickets this time around.

The final match of the inaugural night was started at 2030 hours between the Delhi Bulls and the Bangla Tigers. Delhi Bulls pulled off a victory against the Bangla Tigers by 7 wickets, with Bangla Tigers wrapping up in 128 in 10 overs out of the 129 targets set by the Delhi Bulls.

The second day of the T10 League witnessed another action-packed evening on the 29th of January with three back to backaction packed matches. At 1730 hours, Pune Devils took on Qalandars. Following at 1945 hours, Maratha Arabians took on the Delhi Bulls and at 2200 hours, Deccan Gladiators faced off against Team Abu Dhabi.

All matches of the Abu Dhabi T10 Leagues were broadcasted all around the world. Here is a look at the broadcasting partners:

* Region

USA and Canada

UK and Ireland

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)


South Africa

Sri Lanka




* Broadcast Partner

Willow TV

Sky Sports Cricket

Sony Max Abu Dhabi Sports (UAE)

Sony Six, Sony Ten 3, Sony LIV


Vasantham TV

Sports Max TV

T Sports

Ten Sports

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