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ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Schedule, Full Fixtures, Timings & Teams Squads

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022

The Eighth Edition of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup kicked off on October 16, 2022 with the inaugural match between Sri Lanka and Namibia at Kardinia Park in Geelong, Australia.

In ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, a total of 45 T20I matches were played among 16 participants over a period of 28 days.

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ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Teams:

  1. Australia
  2. England
  3. Pakistan
  4. India
  5. South Africa
  6. New Zealand
  7. West Indies
  8. Afghanistan
  9. Sri Lanka
  10. Bangladesh
  11. Scotland
  12. Ireland
  13. United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  14. Zimbabwe
  15. Namibia
  16. Netherlands

Initially, the First Round took place from October 16 to October 21 and in which eight teams featured. They had been divided into two groups – Group A and Group B.

First Round Group A
  1. Sri Lanka
  2. Netherlands
  3. UAE
  4. Namibia
First Round Group B
  1. West Indies
  2. Ireland
  3. Scotland
  4. Zimbabwe

The top four teams of these two groups namely Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Zimbabwe and Ireland qualified for the next Super 12 Round.

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For the next round, eight teams had already qualified while the top two teams of each group of First Round also joined them later, making the total number of contenders in the main round to 12.

From Group A of the First Round, Sri Lanka and Ireland joined the Group 1 of the Super 12 Round while Zimbabwe and Netherlands entered the Group 2.

Super 12 Group 1
  1. England
  2. Australia
  3. New Zealand
  4. Afghanistan
  5. Sri Lanka
  6. Ireland
Super 12 Group 2
  1. Pakistan
  2. India
  3. South Africa
  4. Bangladesh
  5. Zimbabwe
  6. Netherlands

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Venues:

Seven venues across Australia hosted the T20 World Cup 2022 matches.

  1. Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  2. The Gabba, Brisbane
  3. Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne
  4. Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney
  5. Perth Stadium, Perth
  6. Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  7. Kardinia Park, Geelong

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Teams Squads:

Austria’s Squad
  1. Aaron Finch (Captain)
  2. Pat Cummins (Vice Captain)
  3. Ashton Agar
  4. Tim David
  5. Josh Hazlewood
  6. Josh Inglis
  7. Mitchell Marsh
  8. Glenn Maxwell
  9. Kane Richardson
  10. Steven Smith
  11. Mitchell Starc
  12. Marcus Stoinis
  13. Matthew Wade
  14. David Warner
  15. Adam Zampa
England’s Squad
  1. Jos Buttler (Captain)
  2. Moeen Ali (Vice Captain)
  3. Harry Brook
  4. Sam Curran
  5. Alex Hales
  6. Chris Jordan
  7. Liam Livingstone
  8. Dawid Malan
  9. Adil Rashid
  10. Phil Salt
  11. Ben Stokes
  12. Reece Topley
  13. David Willey
  14. Chris Woakes
  15. Mark Wood
Pakistan’s Squad
  1. Babar Azam (Captain)
  2. Asif Ali
  3. Fakhar Zaman
  4. Haider Ali
  5. Haris Rauf
  6. Iftikhar Ahmed
  7. Khushdil Shah
  8. Mohammad Hasnain
  9. Mohammad Nawaz
  10. Mohammad Rizwan
  11. Mohammad Wasim
  12. Naseem Shah
  13. Shadab Khan
  14. Shaheen Shah Afridi
  15. Shan Masood
India’s Squad
  1. Rohit Sharma (Captain)
  2. KL Rahul (Vice Captain)
  3. Arshdeep Singh
  4. Ravichandran Ashwin
  5. Yuzvendra Chahal
  6. Deepak Hooda
  7. Dinesh Karthik
  8. Virat Kohli
  9. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  10. Mohammed Shami
  11. Hardik Pandya
  12. Rishabh Pant
  13. Axar Patel
  14. Harshal Patel
  15. Suryakumar Yadav
South Africa’s Squad
  1. Temba Bavuma (Captain)
  2. Quinton de Kock
  3. Reeza Hendricks
  4. Heinrich Klaasen
  5. Keshav Maharaj
  6. Aiden Markram
  7. David Miller
  8. Lungi Ngidi
  9. Anrich Nortje
  10. Wayne Parnell
  11. Kagiso Rabada
  12. Rilee Rossouw
  13. Tabraiz Shamsi
  14. Tristan Stubbs
  15. Marco Jansen
New Zealand’s Squad
  1. Kane Williamson (Captain)
  2. Finn Allen
  3. Trent Boult
  4. Michael Bracewell
  5. Mark Chapman
  6. Devon Conway
  7. Lockie Ferguson
  8. Martin Guptill
  9. Adam Milne
  10. Daryl Mitchell
  11. James Neesham
  12. Glenn Phillips
  13. Mitchell Santner
  14. Ish Sodhi
  15. Tim Southee

Afghanistan’s Squad
  1. Mohammad Nabi (Captain)
  2. Azmatullah Omarzai
  3. Darwish Rasooli
  4. Fareed Ahmad
  5. Fazalhaq Farooqi
  6. Hazratullah Zazai
  7. Ibrahim Zadran
  8. Mohammad Saleem
  9. Mujeeb Ur Rahman
  10. Najibullah Zadran
  11. Naveen-ul-Haq
  12. Qais Ahmad
  13. Rahmanullah Gurbaz
  14. Rashid Khan
  15. Usman Ghani
Bangladesh’s Squad
  1. Shakib Al Hasan (Captain)
  2. Afif Hossain
  3. Ebadot Hossain
  4. Hasan Mahmud
  5. Litton Das
  6. Mehidy Hasan Miraz
  7. Mosaddek Hossain
  8. Mustafizur Rahman
  9. Najmul Hossain Shanto
  10. Nasum Ahmed
  11. Nurul Hasan
  12. Shoriful Islam
  13. Soumya Sarkar
  14. Taskin Ahmed
  15. Yasir Ali
Sri Lanka’s Squad
  1. Dasun Shanaka (Captain)
  2. Charith Asalanka
  3. Dushmantha Chameera
  4. Wanindu Hasaranga de Silva
  5. Dhananjaya de Silva
  6. Danushka Gunathilaka
  7. Chamika Karunaratne
  8. Lahiru Kumara
  9. Pramod Madushan Liyanagamage
  10. Dilshan Madushanka
  11. Kusal Mendis
  12. Pathum Nissanka
  13. Bhanuka Rajapaksa
  14. Maheesh Theekshana
  15. Jeffrey Vandersay
West Indies’ Squad
  1. Nicholas Pooran (Captain)
  2. Rovman Powell (Vice Captain)
  3. Shamarh Brooks
  4. Yannic Cariah
  5. Johnson Charles
  6. Sheldon Cottrell
  7. Jason Holder
  8. Akeal Hosein
  9. Alzarri Joseph
  10. Brandon King
  11. Evin Lewis
  12. Kyle Mayers
  13. Obed McCoy
  14. Raymon Reifer
  15. Odean Smith
Scotland’s Squad
  1. Richie Berrington (Captain)
  2. Matthew Cross (Vice Captain)
  3. Josh Davey
  4. Chris Greaves
  5. Hamza Tahir
  6. Michael Jones
  7. Michael Leask
  8. Calum MacLeod
  9. Brandon McMullen
  10. George Munsey
  11. Safyaan Sharif
  12. Chris Sole
  13. Craig Wallace
  14. Mark Watt
  15. Brad Wheal
Ireland’s Squad
  1. Andy Balbirnie (Captain)
  2. Paul Stirling (Vice Captain)
  3. Mark Adair
  4. Curtis Campher
  5. Gareth Delany
  6. George Dockrell
  7. Stephen Doheny
  8. Fionn Hand
  9. Josh Little
  10. Barry McCarthy
  11. Conor Olphert
  12. Simi Singh
  13. Harry Tector
  14. Lorcan Tucker
  15. Craig Young
UAE’s Squad
  1. Chundangapoyil Rizwan (Captain)
  2. Vriitya Aravind (Vice Captain)
  3. Aayan Afzal Khan
  4. Ahmed Raza
  5. Aryan Lakra
  6. Basil Hameed
  7. Chirag Suri
  8. Junaid Siddique
  9. Kashif Daud
  10. Karthik Meiyappan
  11. Muhammad Waseem
  12. Sabir Ali
  13. Alishan Sharafu
  14. Zahoor Khan
  15. Zawar Farid
Zimbabwe’s Squad
  1. Craig Ervine (Captain)
  2. Ryan Burl
  3. Regis Chakabva
  4. Tendai Chatara
  5. Brad Evans
  6. Luke Jongwe
  7. Clive Madande
  8. Wessly Madhevere
  9. Wellington Masakadza
  10. Tony Munyonga
  11. Blessing Muzarabani
  12. Richard Ngarava
  13. Milton Shumba
  14. Sikandar Raza
  15. Sean Williams
Namibia’s Squad
  1. Gerhard Erasmus (Captain)
  2. Stephan Baard
  3. Karl Birkenstock
  4. Jan Frylinck
  5. Zane Green
  6. Divan la Cock
  7. Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton
  8. Tangeni Lungameni
  9. Bernard Scholtz
  10. Ben Shikongo
  11. JJ Smit
  12. Ruben Trumpelmann
  13. Michael van Lingen
  14. David Wiese
  15. Lo-handre Louwrens
Netherlands’ Squad
  1. Scott Edwards (Captain)
  2. Colin Ackermann
  3. Tom Cooper
  4. Bas de Leede
  5. Brandon Glover
  6. Fred Klaassen
  7. Stephan Myburgh
  8. Max O’Dowd
  9. Tim Pringle
  10. Shariz Ahmad
  11. Logan van Beek
  12. Timm van der Gugten
  13. Roelof van der Merwe
  14. Paul van Meekeren
  15. Vikramjit Singh

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Results, Fixtures, Venues and Timings (as per Pakistan Standard Time (PST)):

First Round

October 16, 2022: Sri Lanka vs Namibia at Geelong (Namibia won by 55 runs)

October 16, 2022: Netherlands vs UAE at Geelong (UAE won by 3 wickets)

October 17, 2022: West Indies vs Scotland at Hobart (Scotland won by 42 runs)

October 17, 2022: Ireland vs Zimbabwe at Hobart (Zimbabwe won by 31 runs)

October 18, 2022: Namibia vs Netherlands at Geelong (Netherlands won by 5 wickets)

October 18, 2022: Sri Lanka vs UAE at Geelong (Sri Lanka won by 79 runs)

October 19, 2022: Ireland vs Scotland at Hobart (Ireland won by 6 wickets)

October 19, 2022: West Indies vs Zimbabwe at Hobart (West Indies won by 31 runs)

October 20, 2022: Netherlands vs Sri Lanka at Geelong (Sri Lanka won by 16 runs)

October 20, 2022: Namibia vs UAE at Geelong (UAE won by 7 runs)

October 21, 2022: Ireland vs West Indies at Hobart (Ireland won by 9 wickets)

October 21, 2022: Scotland vs Zimbabwe at Hobart (Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets)

Super 12 Round

October 22, 2022: Australia vs New Zealand at Sydney (New Zealand won by 89 runs)

October 22, 2022: Afghanistan vs England at Perth (England won by 5 wickets)

October 23, 2022: Ireland vs Sri Lanka at Hobart (Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets)

October 23, 2022: Pakistan vs India at Melbourne (India won by 4 wickets)

October 24, 2022: Bangladesh vs Netherlands at Hobart (Bangladesh won by 9 runs)

October 24, 2022: South Africa vs Zimbabwe at Hobart (No result)

October 25, 2022: Australia vs Sri Lanka at Perth (Australia won by 7 wickets)

October 26, 2022: England vs Ireland at Melbourne (Ireland won by 5 runs under D/L method)

October 26, 2022: Afghanistan vs New Zealand at Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 27, 2022: South Africa vs Bangladesh at Sydney (South Africa won by 104 runs)

October 27, 2022: India vs Netherlands at Sydney (India won by 56 runs)

October 27, 2022: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe at Perth (Zimbabwe won by 1 run)

October 28, 2022: Afghanistan vs Ireland at Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 28, 2022: Australia vs England at Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 29, 2022: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka at Sydney (New Zealand won by 65 runs)

October 30, 2022: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe at Brisbane (Bangladesh won by 3 runs)

October 30, 2022: Pakistan vs Netherlands at Perth (Pakistan won by 6 wickets)

October 30, 2022: India vs South Africa at Perth (South Africa won by 5 wickets)

October 31, 2022: Australia vs Ireland at Brisbane (Australia won by 42 runs)

November 01, 2022: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka at Brisbane (Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets)

November 01, 2022: England vs New Zealand at Brisbane (England won by 20 runs)

November 02, 2022: Netherlands vs Zimbabwe at Adelaide (Netherlands won by 5 wickets)

November 02, 2022: Bangladesh vs India at Adelaide (India won by 5 runs under D/L method)

November 03, 2022: Pakistan vs South Africa (Pakistan won by 33 runs under D/L method)

November 04, 2022: New Zealand vs Ireland at Adelaide (New Zealand won by 35 runs)

November 04, 2022: Australia vs Afghanistan at Adelaide (Australia won by 4 runs)

November 05, 2022: England vs Sri Lanka at Sydney (England won by 4 wickets)

November 06, 2022: South Africa vs Netherlands at Adelaide (Netherlands won by 13 runs)

November 06, 2022: Pakistan vs Bangladesh at Adelaide (Pakistan won by 5 wickets)

November 06, 2022: India vs Zimbabwe at Melbourne (India won by 71 runs)

November 09, 2022 1st Semi Final: Pakistan vs New Zealand at Sydney (Pakistan won by 7 wickets)

November 10, 2022 2nd Semi Final: England vs India at Adelaide (England won by 10 wickets)

November 13, 2022 Final: Pakistan vs England at Melbourne (England won by 5 wickets)

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Warm-up Matches Results:

October 10, 2022: West Indies vs UAE at Junction Oval, Melbourne (West Indies won by 17 runs)

October 10, 2022: Scotland vs Netherlands at Junction Oval, Melbourne (Scotland won by 18 runs)

October 11, 2022: Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe at MCG, Melbourne (Sri Lanka won by 33 runs)

October 11, 2022: Namibia vs Ireland at MCG, Melbourne (Namibia won by 11 runs)

October 12, 2022: West Indies vs Netherlands at MCG, Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 13, 2022: Namibia vs Zimbabwe at Junction Oval, Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 13, 2022: Ireland vs Sri Lanka at Junction Oval, Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 13, 2022: Scotland vs UAE at MCG, Melbourne (Match abandoned)

October 17, 2022: Australia vs India at The Gabba, Brisbane (India won by 6 wickets)

October 17, 2022: New Zealand vs South Africa at Allan Border Field, Brisbane (South Africa won by 9 wickets)

October 17, 2022: Afghanistan vs Bangladesh at Allan Border Field, Brisbane (Afghanistan won by 62 runs)

October 17, 2022: Pakistan vs England at The Gabba, Brisbane (England won by 6 wickets)

October 19, 2022: Pakistan vs Afghanistan at The Gabba, Brisbane (No result)

October 19, 2022: Bangladesh vs South Africa at Allan Border Field, Brisbane (Match abandoned)

October 19, 2022: India vs New Zealand at The Gabba, Brisbane (Match abandoned)

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