ICC T20 World Cup 2020: Place, host, dates, matches, schedule and so much more

  • Everything you need to know
  • ICC’s next T20 world cup host country
  • From when ICC will start the world cup 2020
  • Do champions have to play qualifier first?
  • Directly qualify teams for the T20 world cup 2020
  • ICC Men’s 2020 T20 world cup schedule
ICC T20 World Cup 2020: Place, host, dates, everything you need to know and more
ICC T20 World Cup 2020

Brief news

We are just one year away from the most lovable t20 tournament basically known as ICC T20 world cup. For the first time ever, ICC is going to conduct 2020’s tournament in Australia. It will be a five weeks long tournament and it will start from October 18 to November 15, 2020.

Do champions have to play qualifier first?

Former T20 champions and two-time runner-up Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have to play qualifier first because of their recent low ranking in ICC top t20 teams. As noted because of low ranking they fail to qualify directly to super 12. Now, to qualify for the world cup, they have to play qualifiers.

Directly qualify teams for the T20 world cup 2020

The following teams qualify directly for the T20 world cup. As noted these teams have a good ranking in recent ICC top t20 teams.

  • India
  • Pakistan
  • England
  • Australia
  • South Africa
  • New Zealand
  • West Indies
  • Afghanistan

ICC Men’s 2020 T20 World Cup Schedule

October 24- Australia vs Pakistan (Sydney Cricket Ground)
October 24- India vs South Africa (Perth Stadium)
October 25- New Zealand vs West Indies (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
October 25 – Qualifier 1 vs Qualifier 2 (Bellevue Oval)
October 26- Afghanistan vs Qualifier A2 (Perth Stadium)
October 26 – England vs Qualifier B1 (Perth Stadium)

October 27- New Zealand vs Qualifier B2 (Bellevue Oval)
October 28- Afghanistan vs Qualifier B1 (Perth Stadium)
October 28- Australia vs West Indies (Perth Stadium)
October 29- India vs Qualifier A2 (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
October 29- Pakistan vs Qualifier A1 (Sydney Cricket Ground)
October 30 – England vs South Africa (Sydney Cricket Ground)

October 30 – West Indies vs Qualifier B2 (Perth Stadium)
October 31- Pakistan vs New Zealand (Gaba)
October 31- Australia vs Qualifier A1 (GABA)
November 1 – India vs England (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
November 1 – South Africa vs Afghanistan (Adelaide Oval)
November 2 – Qualifier A2 vs Qualifier B1 (Sydney Cricket Ground)

November 2- New Zealand vs Qualifier A1 (GABA)
November 3 – Pakistan vs West Indies (Adelaide Oval)
November 3- Australia vs qualifiers B2 (Adelaide Oval)
November 4 – England vs Afghanistan (Gaba)
November 5 – South Africa vs Qualifier A2 (Adelaide Oval)

November 5 – India vs qualifiers B1 (Adelaide Oval)
November 6- Pakistan vs Qualifier B2 (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
November 6- Australia vs New Zealand (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
November 7- West Indies vs Qualifier A1 (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
November 7- England vs Qualifier A2 (Adelaide Oval)
November 8 – South Africa vs Qualifier B1 (Sydney Cricket Ground)
November 8 – India vs Afghanistan (Sydney Cricket Ground)

Semifinals
November 11 – First semi-final (Sydney Cricket Ground)
November 12 – First semi-final (Adelaide Oval)

Final
November 15 – Final (Melbourne Cricket Ground).

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