The Super 12 stage of the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup will begin in the UAE on October 23. The ICC T20I World Cup, which will be hosted by the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI), will begin from October 17 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman amid the possibility of a third wave of COVID-19 in India. The tournament, which will continue till November 14, will see the participation of 16 teams and will be held in two stages.
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The ICC T20I World Cup, which will be hosted by the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI), will begin from October 17 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman amid the possibility of a third wave of COVID-19 in India. The tournament, which will continue till November 14, will see the participation of 16 teams and will be held in two stages.
Four teams from the initial Group Stage – Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Scotland and Namibia – sealed their spots to fill the final 12 for the edition.
T20 World Cup full schedule of India’s matches: Timings, venues, dates
The Super12s will get underway with the Group 1 contest between Australia and South Africa. This will be followed by an evening clash between the 2016 World Cup finalists England and West Indies in Dubai. The final of the 2021 edition will be played in Dubai on November 14.
|23 October, Saturday||Australia vs South Africa||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|23 October, Saturday||England vs West Indies||7:30PM||Dubai|
|24 October, Sunday||Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|24 October, Sunday||India vs Pakistan||7:30PM||Dubai|
|25 October, Monday||Afghanistan vs Scotland||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|26 October, Tuesday||South Africa vs West Indies||3:30PM||Dubai|
|26 October, Tuesday||Pakistan vs New Zealand||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|27 October, Wednesday||England vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|27 October, Wednesday||Scotland vs Namibia||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|28 October, Thursday||Australia vs Sri Lanka||7:30PM||Dubai|
|29 October, Friday||West Indies vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|29 October, Friday||Afghanistan vs Pakistan||7:30PM||Dubai|
|30 October, Saturday||South Africa vs Sri Lanka||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|30 October, Saturday||England vs Australia||7:30PM||Dubai|
|31 October, Sunday||Afghanistan vs Namibia||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|31 October, Sunday||India vs New Zealand||7:30PM||Dubai|
|1 November, Monday||England vs Sri Lanka||7::30PM||Sharjah|
|2 November, Tuesday||South Africa vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|2 November, Tuesday||Pakistan vs Namibia||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|3 November, Wednesday||New Zealand vs Scotland||3:30PM||Dubai|
|3 November, Wednesday||India vs Afghanistan||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|4 November, Thursday||Australia vs Bangladesh||3:30PM||Dubai|
|4 November, Thursday||West Indies vs Sri Lanka||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|5 November, Friday||New Zealand vs Namibia||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|5 November, Friday||India vs Scotland||7:30PM||Dubai|
|6 November, Saturday||Australia vs West Indies||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|6 November, Saturday||England vs South Africa||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|7 November, Sunday||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|7 November, Sunday||Pakistan vs Scotland||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|8 November, Monday||India vs Namibia||7:30PM||Dubai|
|ICC T20 World Cup 2021 semifinals|
|10 November, Wednesday||Semi-final 1 (A1 v B2)||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|11 November, Thursday||Semi-final 2 (B1 v A2)||7:30PM||Dubai|
|ICC T20 World Cup 2021 final|
|14 November, Sunday||TBD||7:30PM||Dubai|