Guwahati: The seventh edition of the ICC T20 Men’s T20 World Cup is finally upon us and it will take place in UAE and Oman in a total of 4 venues — Muscat, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah.
The group stage of the tournament begins on Sunday with Papua New Guinea taking on Oman in the 3.30 PM IST slot while Bangladesh takes on Scotland in the 7.30 PM IST slot.
From October 23, the Super 12 round will start, and this will end on November 8. The knock-out round of the T20 World Cup 2021 will start on November 10 and the final of the tournament is set to take place on November 14.
The top two teams in each group of the Super12 stage progress to the semi-finals, with the final set to be played in Dubai on 14 November.
India kick off their T20 World Cup campaign against Pakistan on October 24.
For the first time in T20 World Cup history, DRS has been made available. Like is the case with T20Is, each team will have a maximum of two unsuccessful reviews per innings.
Here’s all you need to know about the group stage matches:
Oman vs Papua New Guinea– Sunday, October 17 – 3.30 PM
Bangladesh vs Scotland – Sunday, October 17 – 7.30 PM
Ireland vs Netherlands – Monday, October 18 – 3.30 PM
Sri Lanka vs Namibia – Monday, October 18 – 7.30 PM
Scotland vs Papua New Guinea – Tuesday, October 19 – 3.30 PM
Bangladesh vs Oman – Tuesday, October 19 – 7.30 PM
Namibia vs Netherlands – Wednesday, October 20 – 3.30 PM
Sri Lanka vs Ireland – Wednesday, October 20 – 7.30 PM
Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea – Thursday, October 21 – 3.30 PM
Oman vs Scotland – Thursday, October 21 – 7.30 PM
Namibia vs Ireland – Friday, October 22 – 3.30 PM
Sri Lanka vs Netherlands – Friday, October 22 – 7.30 PM
When and where to watch T20 World Cup Group Stage matches on television?
You can watch the live telecast of all the T20 World Cup Group Stage matches on Star Sports Network from 3.30 PM IST.
How to live stream T20 World Cup Group Stage matches?
You can live stream the T20 World Cup Group Stage matches on Hotstar.