IPL action continues this afternoon with the 51st match of the tournament seeing RCB take on table-toppers SRH.
RCB will need a big win if they are to keep their hopes alive of a making the play-offs.
And they go into the game full of confidence after an impressive showing against Kings XI Punjab last time out.
Meanwhile, the Sunrisers’ last outing was a forgettable one as their six-match unbeaten streak came to an end in Pune at the hands of the Chennai Super Kings.
IPL 2018 TV channel
Sky Sports announced in January that they had agreed a “multi-year extension” to their current contract to show the IPL in the UK.
Every single one of the 60 IPL games in 2018 will be live on Sky Sports Cricket while some matches, including the final, will also be shown on Sky Sports Main Event.
In India, the broadcasting rights are owned by Star Sports. Star India will broadcast the IPL in six different languages – English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Bengali – across their 10 channels.
Coverage of RCB vs SH gets underway at 3pm on Sky Sports Mix from 3pm.
IPL 2018 live stream
Sky Sports’ coverage means that all the action can be followed on your desktop or laptop via the Sky Go app.
It is available to download on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices.
Sky Go is also available on a number of platforms including Amazon Fire devices, iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One.
The Sky Sports app, available to download on iOS and Android devices, will also be providing live text coverage and updates.
If you’re not currently a Sky Sports customer but can’t stand to miss out on the action, you can add the channels to your box via a NOW TV subscription.
Day passes, which let you add Sky Sports channels for 24 hours, start at £6.99 a day, with a weekly pass starting from £10.99, and no locking in to a contract.
NOW TV doesn’t even require a typical television to use, as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.
Source : EXPRESS