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ICC Announces Schedule for T20 World Cup 2020

The International Cricket Council has announced the schedule for T20 World Cup 2020. This time, Australia will be the host country for the T20 World Cup 2020. The schedule includes the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup and Men’s T20 World Cup matches.

The T20 Women’s World Cup is going to be started on Februaryruary 21, next year and will be continued till March 8. The first match will be between the host team Australia and India.

Men’s T20 is going to be started from 18th Octoberober and it will be continued till 15th Novemberember this year. Total 16 teams are taking part in Men’s T20 World Cup whereas, 10 teams will take part in Women’s T20 World Cup. The top-ranked Pakistani cricket team versus Australian cricket team will play the opening match. Total eight high-ranked teams have directly qualified and they are taking part in the next ICC T20. The teams of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will be considered the two known qualifiers to participate in the first round qualifiers. There will be a qualifying tournament in 2019 that will decide the fate of other six teams.

The teams have been divided into two groups namely Group A and Group B. There are six teams in each group to make Super 12.

Both of the Men’s and Women’s tournaments will be played on 13 different locations in Australia in eight cities.

Women’s Pool

Group A: Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, First Qualifier

Group B: England, West Indies, South Africa, Pakistan, Second Qualifier

Men’s Pool

First Round Qualifiers

Group A: Sri Lanka, QA2, QA3, QA4

Group B: Bangladesh, QB2, QB3, QB4

Super 12 Men’s Pool

Group A: Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, A1, B2

Group B: India, England, South Africa, Afghanistan, A2, B1

Full Fixtures ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020

February 21: Australia v India at Sydney Showground

February 22: West Indies v Q2 at WACA

February 22: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at WACA

February 23: England v South Africa at WACA

February 24: Australia v Sri Lanka at WACA

February 24: India v Q1 at WACA

February 26: England v Q2 at Manuka Oval

February 26: West Indies v Pakistan at Manuka Oval

February 27: Australia v Q1 at Manuka Oval

February 27: India v New Zealand at Junction Oval

February 28: South Africa v Q2 at Manuka Oval

February 28: England v Pakistan at Manuka Oval

February 29: New Zealand v Q1 at Junction Oval

February 29: India v Sri Lanka at Junction Oval

March 1: South Africa v Pakistan at Sydney Showground

March 1: England v West Indies at Sydney Showground

March 2: Sri Lanka v Q1 at Junction Oval

March 2: Australia v New Zealand at Junction Oval

March 3: Pakistan v Q2 at Sydney Showground

March 3: West Indies v South Africa at Sydney Showground

Semi-Finals

March 5: SCG

March 5: SCG

Final

March 8: MCG

Full Fixtures for Men’s T20 World Cup 2020

October 24: Australia v Pakistan at SCG

October 24: India v South Africa at Perth Stadium

October 25: New Zealand v West Indies at MCG

October 25: QA1 v QB2 at Bellerive Oval

October 26: Afghanistan v QA2 at Perth Stadium

October 26: England v QB1 at Perth Stadium

October 27: New Zealand v QB2 at Bellerive Oval

October 28: Afghanistan v QB1 at Perth Stadium

October 28: Australia v West Indies at Perth Stadium

October 29: India v QA2 at MCG

October 29: Pakistan v QA1 at SCG

October 30: England v South Africa at SCG

October 30: West Indies v QB2 at Perth Stadium

October 31: Pakistan v New Zealand at The Gabba

October 31: Australia v QA1 at The Gabba

November 1: India v England at MCG

November 1: South Africa v Afghanistan at Adelaide Oval

November 2: QA2 v QB1 at SCG

November 2: New Zealand v QA1 at The Gabba

November 3: Pakistan v West Indies at Adelaide Oval

November 3: Australia v QB2 at Adelaide Oval

November 4: England v Afghanistan at The Gabba

November 5: South Africa v QA2 at Adelaide Oval

November 5: India v QB1 at Adelaide Oval

November 6: Pakistan v QB2 at MCG

November 6: Australia v New Zealand at MCG

November 7: West Indies v QA1 at MCG

November 7: England v QA2 at Adelaide Oval

November 8: South Africa v QB1 at SCG

November 8: India v Afghanistan at SCG

Semi-Finals

November 11: SCG

November 12: Adelaide Oval

Final

November 15: MCG

Source: AbbTakk news

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