ICC is Ready to make it happen Seventh Edition of the ICC Men’s World Cup 2021. As per the Schedule by ICC it was to be held in Australia from 17th October to 14th November 2021. But Covid-19 Pandemic Makes it impossible to happened and ICC Postponed it to 2021. ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Fixtures, Start Date, Time.
Previous Season of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Played in the Year 2016. Whereas West Indies vs England Face Each other in the Final Match. Carlos Braithwaite the Man Behind England’s Victory. He Hit Four Consecutive Sixes in the Final Over and Wins Match and West Indies win their Second ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup.ICC Cricket T20 World Cup Schedule & Fixture Details
T20 is the Shortest form of Cricket and also the most Thrilled Format. So for the Cricket Fans, 2021 year will be the Most Entertaining Because ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will take place from October to November. A total of 16 Teams Will take part in the upcoming T20 World CUP. While 45 Matches will be played from October to November.
The Previous Schedule of the 2020 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Starts on 17th October and End On 14th November. But Because of the Covid-19 Pandemic, it’s Postponed to 2021. Therefore ICC has not confirmed yet the Schedule for 2021. And whether the Previous schedule will be continued or There will be Changes in the Schedule. It will very Soon By the Officials. So Stay tuned with us to catch the Updated Details.
ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2021 Fixtures
The Following Schedule is for the 2020 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Whereas it was postponed to 2021. So it is likely to be a similar schedule. The Minor Changes will be there. And also the Confirmed Schedule Of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be announced very soon By the officials. So we will update the Schedule on our page as soon as possible.
|18th Oct||Sri Lanka vs Ireland||First Round||Group A|
|18th Oct||Papua New Guinea vs Oman||First Round||Group A|
|19th Oct||Bangladesh vs Namibia||First Round||Group B|
|19th Oct||Netherlands vs Scotland||First Round||Group B|
|20th Oct||Ireland vs Oman||First Round||Group A|
|20th Oct||Sri Lanka vs Papua New Guinea||First Round||Group A|
|21st Oct||Namibia vs Scotland||First Round||Group B|
|21st Oct||Bangladesh vs Netherlands||First Round||Group B|
|22nd Oct||Papua New Guinea vs Ireland||First Round||Group A|
|22nd Oct||Sri Lanka vs Oman||First Round||Group A|
|23rd Oct||Netherlands vs Namibia||First Round||Group B|
|23rd Oct||Bangladesh vs Scotland||First Round||Group B|
|24th Oct||Australia vs Pakistan||Super 12||Group 1|
|24th Oct||India vs South Africa||Super 12||Group 2|
|25th Oct||TBC vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|25th Oct||New Zealand vs West Indies||Super 12||Group 1|
|26th Oct||Afghanistan vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|26th Oct||England vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|27th Oct||New Zealand vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|28th Oct||Afghanistan vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|28th Oct||Australia vs West Indies||Super 12||Group 1|
|29th Oct||Pakistan vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|29th Oct||India vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|30th Oct||England vs South Africa||Super 12||Group 2|
|30th Oct||West Indies vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|31st Oct||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Super 12||Group 1|
|31st Oct||Australia vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|1st Nov||Afghanistan vs South Africa||Super 12||Group 2|
|1st Nov||India vs England||Super 12||Group 2|
|2nd Nov||TBC vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|2nd Nov||New Zealand vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|3rd Nov||Pakistan vs West Indies||Super 12||Group 1|
|4th Nov||Australia vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|4th Nov||Afghanistan vs England||Super 12||Group 2|
|5th Nov||South Africa vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|5th Nov||India vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|6th Nov||Pakistan vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|6th Nov||Australia vs New Zealand||Super 12||Group 1|
|7th Nov||England vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|7th Nov||West Indies vs TBC||Super 12||Group 1|
|8th Nov||South Africa vs TBC||Super 12||Group 2|
|8th Nov||India vs Afghanistan||Super 12||Group 2|
|11th Nov||TBC vs TBC, Semi Final 1|
|12th Nov||TBC vs TBC, Semi Final 2|
|15th Nov||TBC vs TBC, Final|
Group A: Sri Lanka, Ireland, the Netherlands and Namibia
Group B: Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman
Group 1: England, Australia, South Africa, West Indies, A1 and B2.
Group 2: India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, A2 and B1.
Vice President Emirates Cricket Board, Khalid Al Zarooni: “Understanding the current sporting climate, in such unprecedented times, Emirates Cricket congratulates the ICC, the BCCI and the respective teams on today’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 groupings’ announcement.
“Looking at these groups we anticipate a highly competitive, thoroughly enjoyable spectacle of international cricket. This is truly an aspirational tournament and one the wider UAE Cricket team is extremely excited to be involved in.”
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly: “It is good to get Oman in the frame of world cricket with the hosting of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. It will help a lot of young players take an interest in the game. We know it will be a world-class event in this part of the world.”
Oman Cricket Chairman, Pankaj Khimji: “Oman Cricket has come a long way and today is a watershed moment for us to have ICC and BCCI here at Oman Cricket Academy to announce the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup groups!