Team india complete full schedule and fixtures of super 12 vs pakistan new zealand afghanistan namibia scotland – Latest Cricket News

After the match played between Ireland and Namibia in the T20 World Cup on Friday, it was decided which two other teams would face India in Super 12 apart from Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan. India will take on arch-rivals Pakistan in their opening match on October 24, against New Zealand in Dubai on October 31 and then Afghanistan on November 3 in Abu Dhabi. After these three matches, the Indian team led by Virat Kohli will now take on the winner of Group B on November 5, where Scotland have confirmed their place. Apart from this, on November 8, the team will face the second-placed Namibia team from Group A.

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Check out Team India’s full schedule here

India vs Pakistan October 24 (Dubai, 7.30 pm)

India vs New Zealand 31 October (Dubai, 7.30 pm)

India vs Afghanistan No. 3 (Abu Dhabi, 7.30 PM)

India vs Scotland November 5 (Dubai, 7.30 pm)

India vs Namibia November 8 (Dubai, 7.30 pm)

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The first semi-final match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 will be played on 10 November 2021 at 7:30 pm at the Abu Dhabi Stadium, while the second semi-final will start on 11 November 2021 in Dubai at 7:30 pm. The final match will start on November 14 at 7.30 pm in Dubai. This time Super-12 has been divided into two groups. Australia, South Africa, England, West Indies, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are in Group 1.

At the same time, India, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Scotland and Namibia are in Group 2. Each team has to play a total of five matches in the Super-12 round. After this, the top-2 teams of both the groups will enter the semi-finals and then finally the two teams will clash for the title. The first T20 World Cup was to be played in India, but due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, it was shifted out, although the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is hosting this T20 World Cup.


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