Bulgaria will host Serbia in a four-match T20I series, starting on June 24 at the National Sports Academy in Sofia. The opening match will be played on the 24th while the second and third T20I will be played on the 25th. The last and final match of Serbia’s tour of Bulgaria 2002 is scheduled for June 26. All matches will take place at the National Sports Academy in Sofia.
Bulgaria will host Serbia in the T20 series after their participation in the Valletta Cup. The nation made its international debut in 2004 at the ECC Representative Championship in Slovenia. They have mostly appeared in European Cricket Council (ECC) tournaments ever since.
Serbia, on the other hand, became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in June 2015 and has been an associate member since 2017. The Serbian national team made its first appearance away from home in 2009. One of its best performances was occurred in August 2011, when they reached the semi-finals of the EuroT20 tournament in Budapest.
Bulgaria vs Serbia, T20I: when and where to watch
Bulgaria will host Serbia in a four-match T20I series, starting on June 24 at the National Sports Academy in Sofia. The series will be played until June 26. There will be no LIVE STREAMING for the matches in India. However, viewers in the subcontinent can follow LIVE RESULTS and LIVE UPDATES on the official websites of these national teams.
Bulgaria vs Serbia live streaming details
For fans wondering how to watch the Sofia T20 League on TV, the Bulgaria vs Serbia match will not be televised in India. Fans who wish to watch the Sofia T20 2021 live stream in India will also not be able to do so anywhere. The Bulgaria vs Serbia live scores and updates will be available on the social media handles of the participating teams and on the Fancode app and website.
Bulgaria vs Serbia, T20I: Squads
Bulgaria: Prakash Mishra, Hristo Lakov, Jacob Albin, Sulaiman Ali, Rohan Bhavesh Patel, Kevin D’Souza, Aravinda De Silva, Vasil Hristov, Boiko Ivanov, Hristo Ivanov, Ivaylo Katzarski, Aswad Ullah Khan, Fayaz Mohammad, Nikolay Nankov, Dimo Nikolov, Bakhtiar Tahiri, Delrick Varghese, Nikolay Yordanov
Serbia: Aleksa Djorovic, Rahman Ademi, Wintley Burton, Brett Davidson, Dragan Djokic, Michael Dorgan, Bogdan Dugic, Nicholas Johns-Wickberg, Apon Mustafizur, Danijel Petrovic, Jovan Reb, Matija Sarenac, Slobodan Tosic, Nemanja Zimonjic, Vukasin Zimonjic