The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday announced the complete schedule for the 2022 edition of the Men’s T20 World Cup, all set to be played in Australia.

The multi-team tournament will run from October 16 to November 13, with seven cities to host matches across the Kangaroo land. Twelve out of 16 teams are already confirmed, with the final four to be determined through the qualifying matches.

Australia, England, New Zealand and Afghanistan have been placed together in Group 1, with India, Pakistan, South Africa and Bangladesh heading into Group 2.

The last year’s runner-up, New Zealand, will kick off the Super 12s with a clash against the defending champions Australia on October 22, while India and their arch-rivals Pakistan will meet on October 23 – the second day of the Super 12 stage.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Full Schedule

(All timings in IST)

Round 1 qualifiers

  • Oct. 16 – Sri Lanka vs Namibia – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 16 – Q2 vs Q3 – 1:30pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 17 – West Indies vs Scotland – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 17 — Q1 vs Q4 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 18 – Namibia vs Q3 – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 18 – Sri Lanka vs Q2 – 1:30pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 19 – Scotland vs Q4 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 19 – West Indies vs Q1 -1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 20 – Sri Lanka vs Q3 – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 20 – Namibia vs Q2 – 1:30 -pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 21 – West Indies vs Q4 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 21 – Scotland vs Q1 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart

Super 12

Group 1 fixtures

  • Oct. 22 – Australia vs New Zealand – 12:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 22 – England vs Afghanistan – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium
  • Oct. 23 – A1 vs B2 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 25 – Australia vs A1 – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium
  • Oct. 26 – England vs B2 – 9:30am – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 26 – New Zealand vs Afghanistan – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 28 – Afghanistan vs B2 – 9:30am – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 28 – England vs Australia – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 29 – New Zealand vs A1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 31 – Australia vs B2 – 1:30pm – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 1 – Afghanistan vs A1 – 9:30am – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 1 – England vs New Zealand- 1:30pm – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 4 – New Zealand vs B2 – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 4 – Australia vs Afghanistan – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 5 – England vs A1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney

Group 2 fixtures

  • Oct. 23 – India vs Pakistan – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 24 – Bangladesh vs A2 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 24 – South Africa vs B1 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 27 – South Africa vs Bangladesh – 8:30am – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 27 – India vs A2 – 12:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 27 – Pakistan vs B1 – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Oct. 30 – Bangladesh vs B1 – 8:30am – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Oct. 30 – Pakistan vs A2 – 12:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Oct. 30 – India vs South Africa – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Nov. 2 – B1 vs A2 – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 2 – India vs Bangladesh – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 3 – Pakistan vs South Africa – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Nov. 6 – South Africa vs A2 – 5:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 6 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 6 – India vs B1 – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne

Knockouts

  • Nov 9 – Semifinal 1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Nov 10 – Semifinal 2 – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov 13 – Final – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne

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