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T20 Cricket World Cup 2024

The group stage draw

Group A

India, Pakistan, Ireland, Canada, United States.

Group B

England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman.

Group C

New Zealand, West Indies, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, Uganda.

Group D

South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, Nepal.

 Full fixtures

(All times BST)

Sunday, June 2: USA v Canada (Dallas, 1.30am); West Indies v Papua New Guinea (Guyana, 3.30pm). 

Monday, June 3: Namibia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am), Sri Lanka v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm). 

Tuesday, June 4: Afghanistan v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am), England v Scotland (Barbados, 3.30pm). 

Wednesday, June 5: Netherlands v Nepal (Dallas, 4.30 pm),  India v Ireland (New York, 3.30pm) 

Thursday, June 6:  Papua New Guinea v Uganda (Guyana, 12.30am), Australia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am), USA v Pakistan (Dallas, 4.30pm),  Namibia v Scotland (Barbados, 8pm).

Friday, June 7: Canada v Ireland (New York, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 8:  New Zealand v Afghanistan (Guyana, 12.30am), Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (Dallas, 1.30am), Netherlands v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm), Australia v England (Barbados, 6pm).

Sunday, June 9: West Indies v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am), India v Pakistan (New York, 3.30pm), Oman v Scotland (Antigua, 6pm).

Monday, June 10: South Africa v Bangladesh (New York, 3.30pm).

Tuesday, June 11: Pakistan v Canada (New York, 3.30pm)

Wednesday, June 12: Sri Lanka v Nepal (Florida, 12.30am), Australia v Namibia (Antigua, 1.30am), USA v India (New York, 3.30pm).

Thursday, June 13: West Indies v New Zealand (Trinidad, 1.30am), Bangladesh v Netherlands (St Vincent, 3.30pm), England v Oman (Antigua, 8pm).

Friday, June 14: Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 1.30am), USA v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 15: South Africa v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am), New Zealand v Uganda (Trinidad, 1.30am), India v Canada (Florida, 3.30pm), Namibia v England (Antigua, 6pm).

Sunday, June 16: Australia v Scotland (St Lucia, 1.30am), Pakistan v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm).

Monday, June 17:  Bangladesh v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am), Sri Lanka v Netherlands (St Lucia, 1.30am), New Zealand v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 3.30pm). 

Tuesday, June 18: West Indies v Afghanistan (St Lucia, 1.30am).

Super Eights

Wednesday, June 19: A2 v D1 (Antigua, 3.30pm).
Thursday, June 20:  B1 v C2 (St Lucia, 1.30am), C1 v A1 (Barbados, 3.30pm).  
Friday, June 21: B2 v D2 (Antigua, 1.30am), B1 v D1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm).
Saturday, June 22: , A2 v C2 (Barbados, 1.30am), A1 v D2 (Antigua, 3.30pm).
Sunday, June 23: C1 v B2 (St Vincent, 1.30am), A2 v B1 (Barbados, 3.30pm).
Monday, June 24: C2 v D1 (Antigua, 1.30am), B2 v A1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm).
Tuesday, June 25: C1 v D2 (St Vincent, 3.30pm).

Knock-out rounds

Thursday, June 27: Semi-final 1 (Guyana, 1.30am), semi-final 2 (Trinidad, 3.30pm).
Saturday, June 29: Final (Barbados, 3.30pm).

TV coverage

Fans in England will once again be able to enjoy the tournament on Sky Sports, with live action available in the UK on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action and digitally via the SkyGO, NOW and Sky Sports App.

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    ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024, Group A, Dallas

    Canada 194-5 (20 overs): Dhaliwal 61 (44), Kirton 51 (31)

    USA 197-3 (17.4 overs): Jones 94* (40), Gous 65 (46)

    USA won by seven wickets

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/articles/c8993lynz8lo

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    Papua New Guinea 136-8 (20 overs): Bau 50 (43), Russell 2-19

    West Indies 137-5 (19 overs): Chase 42* (27), Vala 2-28

    West Indies win by five wickets

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/articles/c1ww0x7d13zo


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    03 Jun 24 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2024 - Match 3
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

    Namibia 109/6 &21/0 (1.0)

     Oman109 &10/1 (1.0)

    Oman tied with Namibia (Namibia win Super Over by 11 runs)
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    South Africa v Sri Lanka this afternoon might be an interesting one, think group D is the nearest we have to a "group of death" with Bangladesh and Netherlands capable on their day (or capable of losing to Uganda in Bangladesh's case). Otherwise think the group stage will be as you expect, though interesting to see some countries I've not seen before play
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    McBobbin said:
    South Africa v Sri Lanka this afternoon might be an interesting one, think group D is the nearest we have to a "group of death" with Bangladesh and Netherlands capable on their day (or capable of losing to Uganda in Bangladesh's case). Otherwise think the group stage will be as you expect, though interesting to see some countries I've not seen before play
    Always get one or two upsets in this format, as the shorter games sometimes brings the teams closer together. Only needs one wild innings (like Jones for the USA) and a lesser nation are in with a shout.

    But ultimately you'd be very surprised if the super 8 is anyone other than India, Pakistan, Australia, England, NZ, WI, South Africa and then either Bangladesh or Sri Lanka.
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    Presumably, a washout means each side gets a point. A washout for a strong team against a weak team could cause an upset. 
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    Sri Lanka have won the toss and choose to bat.
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    edited June 3
    SL 13-1, 3.1 overs

    Wicket to Baartman


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    SL 13-1, 3.1 overs

    Wicket to Baartman



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    edited June 3
    24-1 from 6 overs

    Lots of sideways movement for the seamers early on in New York. Hard to score runs…
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    Really exciting to see a cricket tournament and stadium of this calibre in the US.




    Really Impressive for something (as far as I'm aware) was just put together for these few matches. Plus isn't the pitch from Australia? (USA can't grow grass apparently) 
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    31-2, 7.5 overs

    Wicket to Nortje
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    32-3, 8.2 overs

    Wicket to Maharaj
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    46-6, 12 overs 

    Not getting any better for Sri Lanka after they chose to bat.
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    53-6, 13 overs

    Angelo Mathews hits the first six, and only the third boundary, of the innings.
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    Can think of a Dorset 5th-tier player who'd have improved this shower
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    Doesn't look too bad, but ultimately all the stands are just larger versions of the Gillingham away end!
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    SL 77 all out 🙄
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    edited June 3
    Sri Lanka 77 all out from 19.1 overs

    South Africa require 78 from 20 overs

    Nortje 4-7 from 4 overs
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    Seeing as the US still cant get used to football God knows what they will think of cricket. I mean, fancy holding a tournament in a country that dont play the bloody game. 


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    This wicket really isn't a very good one. I hope that it isn't indicative of all the pitches in the US because matches could become a bit of a lottery.
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    Seeing as the US still cant get used to football God knows what they will think of cricket. I mean, fancy holding a tournament in a country that dont play the bloody game. 


    They do play it though. Yes not in big numbers but it’s growing and this will only help. It’s the biggest possible new market. 
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    edited June 3
    South Africa 39-2 after 8 overs

    39 required from 12 overs
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    NRR could be a factor so it is in SA's interest to finish it quickly hence presumably sending in Stubbs (who is 10 off 23 balls when ordinarily he's be on something like 35) then you know this is an extremely difficult surface to bat on. Nothing wrong with a wicket having pace but that combined with irregular bounce makes it a nightmare for batsmen. 
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    Pathirana is the modern day Malinga and absolutely lethal with that low arm slingy action
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    Seeing as the US still cant get used to football God knows what they will think of cricket. I mean, fancy holding a tournament in a country that dont play the bloody game. 


    The United States has won the women's world cup four times. The United States played their first cricket match in 1844, 33 years before England. 
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    Seeing as the US still cant get used to football God knows what they will think of cricket. I mean, fancy holding a tournament in a country that dont play the bloody game. 


    It's mainly aimed at expat Indians I assume.

    The same reason why a lot of cricket is held in places like the UAE.
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    03 Jun 24 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2024 - Match 4
    Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York

    Sri Lanka

    77 (19.1)

    South Africa
    80/4 (16.2)
    South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets


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    04 Jun 24 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2024 - Match 5
    Guyana National Stadium, Guyana


    Afghanistan
    183/5 (20.0)

    Uganda

    58 (16.0)
    Afghanistan beat Uganda by 125 runs

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