The total timetable, reported today by the International Cricket Council, affirms the exceptionally expected match between previous bosses India and Pakistan will occur on 24 October at the Dubai International Stadium while Ashes rivals England and Australia play at a similar scene six days after the fact. The West Indies, the solitary side to win the competition twice, will likewise include on the first day of the season of the Super 12s as they start off their protection of the title in Dubai against England, the highest level in the MRF Tires ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings.
Sri Lanka champions in 2014, and Bangladesh, Ireland, Namibia, Netherlands Oman, PNG, and Scotland, the highlight in Round 1 of the 16-group competition, being facilitated by India in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman through to 14 November. The best two groups from each gathering of Round 1 will come to the Super 12s. Abu Dhabi will be the setting of the primary semi-last on 10 November while the other semi-last (11 November) and the last (14 November) will be played in Dubai. All-day coordinates are booked for 14h00 neighborhood time and the day-night matches are scheduled for 18h00 nearby time (+4 GMT).
West Indies chief Kieron Pollard is promising invigorating cricket, the sort that assisted them with overcoming England in a throbbing last at the Eden Gardens in 2016 with Carlos Brathwaite impacting four back-to-back sixes in the last over to reverse the situation on 2010 bosses England. Oman will take on Papua New Guinea in the initial match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 at the Oman Cricket Academy Ground on 17 October while the Super 12 phase initiates with an apparatus among Australia and South Africa at the Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
West Indies chief Kieron Pollard said:
“We are eager to start guard of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup title in the not-so-distant future. T20 cricket is dynamic and the global scene is exceptionally cutthroat, with players continually pushing the limits of advancement and we are expecting a breathtaking occasion in the United Arab Emirates and Oman.
“We have an especially fascinating Super 12 gathering, which sees us face Australia, England, and South Africa. We can hardly wait to begin! West Indian cricketers have consistently played an intriguing brand of cricket and I am certain our fans in the Caribbean and all around the world are profoundly expecting seeing us in real life.”
Pakistan skipper Babar Azam said:
“The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 timetable declaration presents us one stage in our arrangements for this much-anticipated worldwide competition. We will use the development time frame by playing in the home series against New Zealand and England and won’t just intend to calibrate our last viewpoint yet in addition win however many matches as could be allowed so we can convey that triumphant structure and force to the United Arab Emirates.
“For Pakistan, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 resembles a home occasion as the UAE has been our setting for over 10 years. We have not just supported our ability and fostered our side in the UAE however have additionally beaten the top sides in these conditions to top to number-one in the ICC T20I Team Rankings. “Every one of the players is invigorated, roused, and excited, and see this competition as a chance to feature our ability and restore our predominance in the briefest organization of the game in conditions that suit us best.
“According to an individual perspective, this will be my first ICC Major Event as Pakistan chief. I tasted accomplishment in 2017 and endured frustration in 2019 when we passed up a semi-last spot by a small amount of a point in spite of beating both the finalists’ allied matches. I stay centered in motivating my side with my exhibitions so we can turn into the principal Pakistan side to win an ICC Major Event in Asia.”
Britain skipper Eoin Morgan said:
“The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be splendid. The norm of T20 cricket all throughout the planet is improving dramatically and each country gets an opportunity of becoming World Champions. It ought to be one of the nearest and most aggressive world competitions to date and we can hardly wait to begin.”
New Zealand chief Kane Williamson:
“After such a lot of interruption to the world game because of the pandemic, it seems like there’s a great deal of fervor about this T20 World Cup. “It’s consistently an exceptionally cutthroat occasion with each group having match-champs who can turn games rapidly. “I think we have a basically offset side with a decent blend of invigorating new ability and some experience. “We found in last year’s IPL in the UAE that surfaces can shift over the direction of a competition and crease bowling too as a twist can work in the conditions.
“We have a solid pool with India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan up until now. All groups are solid which clears a path for a thrilling rivalry. “I realize our folks are truly anticipating a different universe occasion and having the option to address New Zealand on the worldwide stage in these difficult occasions. “Competition play is interesting and ideally we can adjust to what in particular’s before us and attempt and gain some energy.”
Oman chief Zeeshan Maqsood said:
“I stretch out a warm greeting to all groups who will play in our country in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. This is a magnificent chance for us to turn out in a worldwide ICC occasion on our home ground – to show the world what we are equipped for as players and as a setting. “Our arrangements are on target under the direction of Coach Duleep Mendis and we expect to be at our best, come October 17.
In our gathering, we will play against Bangladesh, Scotland, and Papua New Guinea. This load of groups is extremely capable, and we are anticipating contending with them as well as could be expected. I’m certain there will be thrills galore in the much-anticipated competition.”