Have a look at Bangladesh’s match schedule, When and where to watch
CRICDOT DESK : The T20 World Cup has left a scar on the hearts of Bangladeshi fans. Mahmudullah and co had a poor performance in the World Cup to be held last November. The grouping and schedule of the upcoming T20 World Cup came to light when the fans were trying to forget the tournament in the UAE.
It is already known that Bangladesh will not have to play in the qualifying round of the World Cup to be held in Australia. The Tigers will play directly in the Super Twelve. The Bangladesh team has got this advantage as it is in a safe position in the rankings at the time of ICC binding.
And Bangladesh is in the second group in that final schedule. The other members of the group are India, Pakistan and South Africa. And in the first group – Australia, New Zealand, England, Afghanistan and two more teams from the qualifying round.
The first round of the eighth edition of the T20 World Cup will start on October 16 with the match between Sri Lanka and Namibia in the grouping and schedule of the ICC World Cup. The matches of the first episode will be in Geelong and Hobart. Four selected teams will play in the first round against Sri Lanka, Namibia, West Indies and Scotland.
The fight for the Super Twelve will start with the match between the two finalists of the last edition. The hosts will face New Zealand on October 22 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. England will play Afghanistan in Perth on the same day.
Bangladesh’s World Cup campaign started on 24 October. The Hobart Tigers will face Group A runners-up in the first round. Bangladesh will play five matches of Super Twelve in four venues. Bangladesh will play South Africa in Sydney on October 26, and the Group B champions in the first round on October 30 in Gabba, Brisbane.
Bangladesh will play the last two matches of this episode in Adelaide. There, on November 2, the opponent is India, on November 8, Pakistan. With the Bangladesh-Pakistan match, all the fights of the Super Twelve episode will end on November 8. The first semifinal will be on November 9, which will be in Sydney. The next day, November 10, the second semifinal will be in Adelaide.
The final will take place on November 13 at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground with a capacity of 1 lakh spectators. In all, the World Cup matches will be held in 6 venues in Australia.