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ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Schedule, Team Details, Venue, Player Name

There are eight teams involved in Round 1 of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, and Oman make up Group B, which is composed of Sri Lanka, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Namibia. There will be two teams from each group that qualifies. They will join the eight teams already qualified for the Super 12 (India, West Indies, England, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, and Afghanistan). As part of the semi-finals, the 10th and 11th of November will be played. It is expected that the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 will take place around November 14, 2021.

As the Covid-19 is held in 2020, the tournament schedule should remain unchanged in 2021, but in 2020, the schedule will be changed. Throughout the tournament, updates will be provided. For each match, we’ve included details about the team, location, round, and group.

ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Round 1 Fixture:

Match No Date Match Centers Time Venue
1 17-Oct-21 Oman Vs Papua New Guinea 3:30 PM Muscat
2 17-Oct-21 Bangladesh vs Scotland 7:30 PM Muscat
3 18-Oct-21 Ireland Vs Netherlands 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
4 18-Oct-21 Sri Lanka  vs Namibia 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
5 19-Oct-21 Scotland Vs Papua New Guinea 3:30 PM Muscat
6 19-Oct-21 Oman Vs Bangladesh 7:30 PM Muscat
7 20-Oct-21 Namibia Vs Netherlands 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
8 20-Oct-21 Sri Lanka  Vs Ireland 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
9 21-Oct-21 Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea 3:30 PM Muscat
10 21-Oct-21 Oman Vs Scotland 7:30 PM Muscat
11 22-Oct-21 Namibia Vs Ireland 3:30 PM Sharjah
12 22-Oct-21 Sri Lanka  Vs Netherlands 7:30 PM Sharjah

 

ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Super 12 – Group 1 Fixture :

Match No Date Match Centers Time Venue
1 23-Oct-21 Australia Vs South Africa 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
2 23-Oct-21 England Vs West Indies 7:30 PM Dubai
3 24-Oct-21 A1 Vs B2 3:30 PM Sharjah
4 26-Oct-21 South Africa Vs West Indies 3:30 PM Dubai
5 27-Oct-21 England Vs B2 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
6 28-Oct-21 Australia Vs A1 7:30 PM Dubai
7 29-Oct-21 West Indies Vs B2 3:30 PM Sharjah
8 30-Oct-21 South Africa Vs A1 3:30 PM Sharjah
9 30-Oct-21 England Vs Australia 7:30 PM Dubai
10 01-Nov-21 England Vs A1 7:30 PM Sharjah
11 02-Nov-21 South Africa Vs B2 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
12 04-Nov-21 Australia Vs B2 3:30 PM Dubai
13 04-Nov-21 West Indies Vs A1 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
14 06-Nov-21 Australia Vs West Indies 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
15 06-Nov-21 England Vs South Africa 7:30 PM Sharjah

 

ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Super 12 – Group 2 Fixture:

Match No Date Match Centers Time Venue
1 24-Oct-21 India Vs Pakistan 7:30 PM Dubai
2 25-Oct-21 Afghanistan Vs B1 7:30 PM Sharjah
3 26-Oct-21 Pakistan Vs New Zealand 7:30 PM Sharjah
4 27-Oct-21 B1 Vs A2 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
5 29-Oct-21 Afghanistan Vs Pakistan 7:30 PM Dubai
6 31-Oct-21 Afghanistan Vs A2 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
7 31-Oct-21 India Vs New Zealand 7:30 PM Dubai
8 02-Nov-21 Pakistan Vs A2 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
9 03-Nov-21 New Zealand Vs B1 3:30 PM Dubai
10 03-Nov-21 India Vs Afghanistan 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
11 05-Nov-21 New Zealand Vs A2 3:30 PM Sharjah
12 05-Nov-21 India Vs B1 7:30 PM Dubai
13 07-Nov-21 New Zealand Vs Afghanistan 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
14 07-Nov-21 Pakistan Vs B1 7:30 PM Sharjah
15 08-Nov-21 India Vs A2 7:30 PM Dubai

ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Final & Semifinal Fixture:

Date Teams Semi-Final | Final Time
10 Nov 2021 TBC vs TBC 1st Semi-Final 7:30 PM
11 Nov 2021 TBC vs TBC 2nd Semi-Final 7:30 PM
14 Nov 2021 TBC vs TBC Final 7:30 PM

ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Team Details & Player Name:

India:

Virat Kohli-led India is a strong opponent in this year’s World Cup Undoubtedly. India is one of the contenders for this year’s World Cup.

Indian team at a glance: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Suryakumar Jadhav, Rehab Pants, Ishan Kishan, Rabindra Jadeja, Rahul Chahar, Ravichandran Ashwin, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Bharuspram, Bharun Chakraborty Bhubaneswar Kumar.

West Indies:

West Indies are two-time T20 World Cup winners. The players in their squad are more experienced than other teams in the T20 World Cup. This year’s West Indies team is one of the best players in the T20, so one of the contenders to win the title.

West Indies at a Glance: Kieron Pollard (captain), Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Ruston Chase, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Fletcher, Fabian Allen, Hayden Wallace Jr., Lindsay Simmons, Nicholas Purano, Nicholas Purano, Thomas, Simron Hetmeyer.

England:

England is currently a very strong team in T20. They are one of the contenders to win the title this time as every player on the team is in the form.

England team at a glance: Eoin Morgan (capt), Jason Roy, David Malan, Liam Livingstone, Sam Billings, Johnny Bairstow, Jos Butler, Moin Ali, San Curran, Chris Oakes, David O’Leary, Chris Jordan, Timel Mills, Adil Rashid Mark Woods.

Pakistan:

The Pakistan team in this year’s World Cup is relatively weak. Most of the players in the team are said to be out of form. Some of them have got a place in the team due to their experience and name.

Pakistan team at a glance: Babar Azam (captain), Sadab Khan, Asif Ali, Azam Khan, Harris Rauf, Imad Wasim, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasanain, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rezwan, Mohammad Wasim Jr., Shaheen Afridi, Shoaib Maqsood, Hasan Ali.

Australia:

Australia’s World Cup record is very good. This time the team has experience as well as youthfulness. Which is good for any team. If you can do justice to the name, the Australian team will be able to go far.

Australia at a Glance: Aaron Finch (Captain), Joss Hazelwood, Mitchell Stark, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade, Aston Agar, Joss English, Richardson, Marcus Stones, David Warner, Pat Smith, Mitchell, Mitchell Jumpa.

New Zealand:

According to the New Zealand performance. There are some young faces in this year’s T20 team. There are many experienced players with Always playing as a team, New Zealand can surprise the world again!

New Zealand team at a glance: Ken Williams, Ted Astle, Trent Bold, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lucy Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Kylie Jamieson, Darrell Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Michael Santner, Tim Seifert, Is Seifert.

South Africa:

The South African team is looking to lose. Although the bowling unit of the team is strong, there are still concerns about batting. If the two divisions ignite at the same time, they can go to the semi-finals.

South African team at a glance: Temba Bavuma (captain), Reza Hendricks, Aiden Markom, David Miller, Rasi Vander Dassen, Quentin de Kock, Henry Klaassen, Oyan Mulder, Dwayne Pretorius, Bridjan Fortuig, Kosib, Keshab Enrique Nokia.

Afghanistan:

Afghanistan is very strong in T20. With the World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. The chances of losing to the big teams have multiplied for Afghanistan.

Afghanistan team at a glance: Mohammad Nabi (Captain), Rashid Khan, Rahmatullah Gurbaj, Hazratullah Zazai, Usman Ghani, Asghar Afghan, Najibullah Zadran, Hasmatullah Shahidi, Mohammad Shahzad, Mujib-ur-Rahman, Naveen-ul-Haq, Hamid Hasan, Sarafuddin Ashraf, Daulat Zadran, Shapur Zadran, Kayes Ahmed.

Bangladesh:

An excellent team with a mix of experience and youth. To see how well an inexperienced bowling unit manages the pressure of the World Cup. Mahmudullah’s side can reach the semi-finals if they can perform as expected in batting.

Bangladesh team at a glance: Mahmudullah (captain), Naeem Sheikh, Liton Kumar Das, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Afif Hossain, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Shamim Patwari, Sheikh Mehedi, Mohammad Saifuddin, Nasum Ahmed, Shariful Islam, Mostafizur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed.

Sri Lanka:

The long-awaited Sri Lankan team has yet to recover. It will come as no surprise that Sri Lanka, which has yet to perform on the field as a team. Will not be able to advance to the main draw of the World Cup.

Sri Lanka team at a glance: Dasun Shanaka (captain), Kushal Perera, Dinesh Chandimal, Dhananjaya D-Silva, Charith Ashalanka, Wanidu Hasaranga, Aviska Fernando, Vanuka Rajapakse, Kamindu Mendis, Chamira, Chamira Thikshana, Pravin Jayarinkama.

Ireland:

T20-playing country Ireland is a very strong team. Going to the main stage of the World Cup is expected from them.

Ireland at a Glance: Andrew Bolbarin (Capt.), Mark Ader, Curtis Campfar, Gareth Delaney, George Dockrell, Shane Getkey, Graham Kennedy, Jos Little, Andrew McBrain, Barry McCarthy, Kevin O’Brien, Neil Sterling, Harry Tractor, Lorcan Tucker, Ben White, Craig Young.

Netherlands:

This may be the last T20 World Cup for most players in the Netherlands. They have the ability to paint their last World Cup.

Netherlands team at a glance: Peter Seeler (captain), Bas de Lidy, Ben Cooper, Max O’Dowd, Stefan Maiberg, Scott Edward, Colin Aquaman, Ryan Ten Deutsche Welle, Rudolf van der Marui, Philip Bolivian, Paul van Minnecker, Brandon Glover, Logan van Beck, Fred Klaassen.

Scotland:

Most of the players in the Scotland World Cup squad have been playing together for a long time. So you can expect something good from them.

Scotland team at a glance: Kylie Quetzer (captain), Colm McLeod, George Munshi, Oli Hairs, Matthew Cross, Craig Wallace, Richie Barrington, Dylan Bogg, Michael Lisk, Chris Giavis, Alisdair Evans, Tahfian Sharif, Huff.

Oman:

All the players of the Oman national team are from India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka With the World Cup. Match in Oman, the result may be in their favor.

Oman team at a glance: Jisan Maqsood (capt), Akib Ilyas, Jatindar Singh, Khawar Ali, Mohammad Nadeem, Ayan Khan, Suraj Kumar, Sandeep Gout, Nestor Dhamba, Kalimullah, Belal Khan, Nasim Khushi, Sufian Mehmood, Fayyaz Baat Khan.

Papua New Guinea:

Namibia is one of the teams that reached far in a short time. This World Cup will be a learning period for them.

Papua New Guinea at a Glance: Asad Valla (Captain), Sisi Bau, Hiri Hiri, Damien Ravu, Gaud Tuka, Norman Vanua, Charles Amini, Kiplin Doriga, Tony Ura, Simon Atai, Joanne Gardner, Chanani, Nosaina Desperate.

Namibia:

South Africa’s David UG6 is a surprise in the Namibian team. Namibia is not going to go far even after having David UG.

Namibia team at a glance: Gerard Erasmus (capt), Steven Bird, Carl Berkanstock, Jenny Green, Maizu du Perez, John Franklin, Nicole Lutfe-Eaton, JJ Smith, Craig Williams, Piki Ya France, Michael Van Lenn, Michael Van Lingen Ben Sicango, Ruben Trumpfehan, David Youssef.

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