Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong Live Streaming: Hong Kong Wins Toss, Opt to Bat First. Pakistan’s hunt for a third Asia Cup title will begin when they take on Hong Kong in the first Group A match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday.

While Pakistan — like the other five full ICC members — were given direct entries into the Asia Cup, Hong Kong had to take the laborious route of a qualifying tournament, where they defeated the UAE in the final to seal a berth for the prestigious biennial tournament.

At the outset, a lot seems to be in Pakistan’s favour.  The Men in Green have acquired a taste for winning silverware, and their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 triumph will only have whetted their appetite for more.

On the other hand, there is nothing to lose for Hong Kong who played out of their skins and performed exceptionally well to just reach the tournament proper. The tournament will serve as an opportunity for them to add to their CVs with good performances as the matches against Pakistan and India will be counted as full internationals.

When will the Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match be played?

The Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match will be played on September 16, 2018.

Where will the Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match be played?

The Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match will be played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

What time does the Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match begin?

The Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match will begin at 5 pm (IST).

Which TV channels will broadcast the Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match?

TheAsia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match will be broadcast on the Star Sports Network

How do I watch online live streaming of the Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong?

The Asia Cup 2018 Pakistan vs Hong Kong match live streaming will be available on Hotstar. You can also get all the live updates of the match at india.com

Pakistan squad: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Shan Masood, Sarfraz Ahmed(c), Shoaib Malik, Haris Sohail, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Usman Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Asif Ali, Mohammad Amir

Hong Kong squad: Anshuman Rath(c), Aizaz Khan, Babar Hayat, Cameron McAulsan, Christopher Carter, Ehsan Khan, Ehsan Nawaz, Arshad Mohammad, Kinchit Shah, Nadeem Ahmed, Raag Kapur, Scott McKechnie, Tanveer Ahmed, Tanwir Afzal, Waqas Khan, Aftab Hussain