Sri Lanka will face Bangladesh in the final regular cricket match in the 2014 Asia Cup.
The match is set for March 6 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka.
It will begin at 2 p.m. local time (8 a.m. GMT).
The match will be broadcast on Channel 9 and Star Life OK in Bangladesh and CSN and MTV Sports in Sri Lanka.
It will also be broadcast on PTV and Geo Sports [Pakistan], Star UK [United Kingdom], 1 TV [Afghanistan], and Neo Prime and Star Cricket [Most Asian countries including India].
North African and middle eastern viewers can catch the game on OSN Sports Cricket, viewers in the United States can check out Willow TV or PTV Sports, and Canadian viewers can check out CBN & ATN Cricket Plus or PTV Sports.
Sri Lanka is heavily favored as Bangladesh hasn’t won a match yet this tournament.
The final match in two days will pit Sri Lanka against Pakistan, at the same stadium and same time.
After the conclusion of the Asia Cup, teams will be looking to the ICC World Twenty20.
Bangladesh will play in the first game of the tournament against Afghanistan on March 16.
Pakistan will play its first match there against India on March 21.
Sri Lanka will begin the tournament with a match against South Africa on the following day.