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T20 World Cup Complete plan

T20 World Cup kicks off on October 17 in Oman. And the United Arab Emirates (UAE). And the final of the tournament will be on November 14.

Pakistan will play warm-up matches against the West Indies. And South Africa before launching its campaign. With a blockbuster clash against arch-rivals India on October 24 in Dubai.

All Pakistani T20 matches will start at 7pm (Pakistan Standard Time).

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Match system (all time GMT):

Round One of T20


Group A: Ireland, Namibia, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka

Group B: Bangladesh, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Scotland

Sunday October 17

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1000: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Oman v Papua New Guinea

1400: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Bangladesh v Scotland

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Monday, October 18th

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Ireland v Netherlands

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

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Sri Lanka v Namibia

Tuesday, October 19th

1000: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Papua New Guinea v Scotland

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1400: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Bangladesh v Oman

Wednesday, October 20

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

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Namibia v Netherlands

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Sri Lanka v Ireland

Thursday, October 21st

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1000: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Bangladesh v Papua New Guinea

1400: Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat

Oman v Scotland

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Friday, October 22

1000: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Namibia v Ireland

1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

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Sri Lanka v Netherlands

Super 12 of T20


Group 1: England, Australia, South Africa, West Indies, A1, B2

Group 2: India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, A2, B1

Saturday, October 23

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1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Australia v South Africa

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

England v West Indies

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Sunday, October 24th

1000: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

A1 v B2

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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India v Pakistan

Monday, October 25th

1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Afghanistan v B1

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Tuesday, October 26

1000: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

South Africa v West Indies

1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

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Pakistan v New Zealand

Wednesday, October 27

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

England v B2

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1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

B1 v A2

Thursday, October 28

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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Australia v A1

Friday, October 29

1000: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

West Indies v B2

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1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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Pakistan v Afghanistan

Saturday, October 30th

1000: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

South Africa v A1

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1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

Australia v England

Sunday, October 31st

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

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Afghanistan v A2

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

India v New Zealand

Monday, November 1st

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1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

England v A1

Tuesday, November 2nd

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

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South Africa v B2

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Pakistan v A2

Wednesday, November 3rd

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1000: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

New Zealand v B1

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

India v Afghanistan

Thursday, November 4th

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1000: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

Australia v B2

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

West Indies v A1

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Friday, November 5th

1000: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

New Zealand v A2

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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India v B1

Saturday, November 6th

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Australia v West Indies

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1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

England v South Africa

Sunday, November 7th

1000: United Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

New Zealand v Afghanistan

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1400: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Pakistan v B1

Monday, November 8th

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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India v A2

Wednesday, November 10th

1400: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

First Semi-Final

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Thursday, November 11th

1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

It is the second final

Sunday, November 14th

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1400: Dubai International Stadium, Dubai


T20 World Cup: ‘Never underestimate Pakistan’, warns Shahid Afridi

It can call the spirit of 2009 and win another T20 World Cup.

He also played in an eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the Lord’s final where he hit 54 undefeated.

“The whole nation was disappointed and frustrated, so winning was very much needed.

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Afridi forcibly attacked the scene in 1996 when he broke the fastest century record in ODI cricket, reaching his 100th from 37 balls.

It was a record that lasted until 2014.

Afridi, who played for 99 T20 Internationals in Pakistan, thinks the latest challenges could once again inspire the Babar Azam team in the 2021 T20 show.

A month before the big event, head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis resigned, apparently believing the new board chairman Ramiz Raja would dismiss them.

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New Zealand then left the country a few minutes before the first ODI in Rawalpindi.

Three days later, England also withdrew its men’s and women’s teams from visiting Pakistan.

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