Kabaddi World Cup 2016, semifinal: When, where to watch India vs Thailand live on TV, online streaming

Kabaddi World Cup 2016: The extravaganza continues with South Korea playing Iran in the first semifinal followed by India playing Thailand.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 22, 2016 1:03 pm
With four emphatic wins, India lock horns against Thailand for a spot in the final of Kabaddi World Cup.

As the third edition of Kabaddi World Cup reaches its final stages of the competition with powerhouses Iran playing South Korea in the first contest, it is the second match on the night that would get the most attention and the most noise. That is when India lock horns against Thailand for a spot in the final.

India vs Thailand Kabaddi World Cup Live

After losing their opener against South Korea, India have comeback with scintillating performances and have been strong in their attack and defensive set up. Anup Kumar-led side have made it abundantly clear with their performances that they mean business after that early blip. India secured its place in the semifinal after trouncing England 69-18. A win tonight for India would take them to the final — their third — where they will face the winner of the match between Iran and South Korea.

What time does India vs Thailand semifinal start?

India will take on Thailand on October 21, 2016 on Friday at 9 PM IST.

Which TV channel will do the live broadcast of India vs Thailand?

The Kabaddi World Cup is being broadcast live on the Star Sports network and will be aired online on the Hotstar platform. The games will be aired live on the TV network including in regional languages. Bringing another technology to the screens, Hotstar will also air the matches in 3D Virtual Reality.

How do I watch online live streaming of India vs Thailand semifinal at the Kabaddi World Cup 2016?

While Star Sports will show the matches live on the television sets, Hotstar will be airing the World Cup with a 15-minute gap on the digital properties from website to mobile phones and their app. You can also get live score updates on indianexpress.com

The tournament saw the 12 nations split into two groups with matches played in a round robin format. But it was South Korea and India to qualify from Pool A while Thailand and Iran made it into the semifinal from Pool B.