Today we bring you the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 schedule. The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 is the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup which started in 2007. The edition, which was initially planned to be hosted in India in 2020, was postponed and then after a few rescheduling, the edition was shifted out of India to UAE.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Schedule
The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Schedule is as below:
|17-Oct||15:30||Oman||Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||1|
|17-Oct||19:30||Bangladesh||Scotland||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||2|
|18-Oct||15:30||Ireland||Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||3|
|18-Oct||19:30||Sri Lanka||Namibia||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||4|
|19-Oct||15:30||Scotland||Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||5|
|19-Oct||19:30||Oman||Bangladesh||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||6|
|20-Oct||15:30||Namibia||Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||7|
|20-Oct||19:30||Sri Lanka||Ireland||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||8|
|21-Oct||15:30||Bangladesh||Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||9|
|21-Oct||19:30||Oman||Scotland||Al Almerat, Muscat||Round 1||10|
|22-Oct||15:30||Namibia||Ireland||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||11|
|22-Oct||19:30||Sri Lanka||Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||Round 1||12|
|23-Oct||15:30||Australia||South Africa||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||13|
|23-Oct||19:30||England||West Indies||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||14|
|24-Oct||15:30||A1 (TBD)||B2 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||15|
|25-Oct||19:30||Afghanistan||B1 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||17|
|26-Oct||15:30||South Africa||West Indies||Dubai||Super 12||18|
|26-Oct||19:30||Pakistan||New Zealand||Sharjah||Super 12||19|
|27-Oct||15:30||England||B2 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||20|
|27-Oct||19:30||B1 (TBD)||A2 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||21|
|28-Oct||19:30||Australia||A1 (TBD)||Dubai||Super 12||22|
|29-Oct||15:30||West Indies||B2 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||23|
|30-Oct||15:30||South Africa||A1 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||25|
|31-Oct||15:30||Afghanistan||A2 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||27|
|31-Oct||19:30||India||New Zealand||Dubai||Super 12||28|
|1-Nov||19:30||England||A1 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||29|
|2-Nov||15:30||South Africa||B2 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||30|
|2-Nov||19:30||Pakistan||A2 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||31|
|3-Nov||15:30||New Zealand||B1 (TBD)||Dubai||Super 12||32|
|3-Nov||19:30||India||Afghanistan||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||33|
|4-Nov||15:30||Australia||B2 (TBD)||Dubai||Super 12||34|
|4-Nov||19:30||West Indies||A1 (TBD)||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||35|
|5-Nov||15:30||New Zealand||A2 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||36|
|5-Nov||19:30||India||B1 (TBD)||Dubai||Super 12||37|
|6-Nov||15:30||Australia||West Indies||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||38|
|6-Nov||19:30||England||South Africa||Sharjah||Super 12||39|
|7-Nov||15:30||New Zealand||Afghanistan||Abu Dhabi||Super 12||40|
|7-Nov||19:30||Pakistan||B1 (TBD)||Sharjah||Super 12||41|
|8-Nov||19:30||India||A2 (TBD)||Dubai||Super 12||42|
|10-Nov||19:30||Semi-Final 1||Abu Dhabi||Playoff||43|
T20 World Cup 2021 Schedule; Things You Need to Know:
As you can make out from the T20 World Cup 2021 schedule, here are the things that change this season:
1. The 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup would be cohosted by UAE & Oman.
2. The edition is scheduled during October 17– November 14, 2021.
3. Eight teams (viz. Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, PNG, Ireland, Namibia, Scotland and Oman) have been put into two groups (A & B) for round 1 and top 2 placed teams (A1, A2, B1 & B2) in the two groups will play other eight teams in Super 12 stage.
4. Six teams (viz. Netherlands, PNG, Ireland, Namibia, Scotland and Oman) have been picked to be part of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 after 2019 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier.
5. The tournament final would be hosted by Dubai International Stadium.
That’s all we have related to the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 schedule. Hope you are all excited to watch the match live on your television sets/handphones, and in the stadiums, should that happen at later stage. Don’t forget to pen down your thoughts & questions as comments. Have a great T20 season!!
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