ICC WORLD CUP FINAL PREDICTION 2019

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ICC WORLD CUP FINAL PREDICTION 2019

ICC WORLD CUP FINAL PREDICTION 2019

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From May 30, 2019, to July 14, 2019, all eyes of cricket playing nations and fans from around the world would be on the Quadrennial ICC Cricket World Cup to be played in England and Wales. Fans from around the world would cheer for their favorite teams during the 2019 ICC Cricket World. In its 12th edition, the event returns home as fans in England and Wales would say after a gap of two decades. With ICC having brought down the number of participating teams to 10 from the highs of 14 and 16 this edition is expected to be the most competitive ever. Here I present a predictive analysis model for the 2019 mensCricket World Cup. I believe this predictive analysis strategy would be very useful for viewers, sponsors, and team strategists. This would also give insights to various cricket analysts and commentators about the features that play a crucial role in the statistical analysis.This model is developed based on the historical data collected for the 10 participating teams (Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and West Indies). In addition, we test our model on 2015 world cup data and measure the accuracy of predictions. This model is developed based on the players who were a part of their respective teams/squads in the recently 5 concluded tournaments. After the demolition of West Indies in Manchester India have one foot in the semi-final of the ICC cricket World Cup. Up next for Virat Kohli and Co. are the hosts and pre tournament favourites England at Edgbaston, coincidentally a venue where the both teams met in the 1999 and England were eliminated from the tournament. India go into the match unbeaten in the tournament so far, winning five matches, while the match against New Zealand was washed out. England on the other hand come into the tie at Edgbaston in poor form having lost their last two matches against Sri Lanka and Australia respectively. A loss for the hosts would make it very difficult for them to qualify for the semis and given their top billing before the World Cup would be a massive shock. India for their part would be looking to pile further misery on England and looking to send them packing at the earliest possible opportunity. We are now entering the final week of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup group stage and three semi-final spots have been confirmed by the likes of Australia, England and India. The fourth and final spot in the World Cup knockouts will be revealed on Friday after the game between Pakistan and Bangladesh. Meanwhile, ESPN Cricinfo observed that Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar has been spot on with his predictions from May, correct to every single detail. More than a month ago, Tendulkar had predicted the teams who he thought would qualify for the semi-finals of the World Cup. India, England, Australia should be in the semis. The fourth could be one of New Zealand or Pakistan, the batting maestro had said, when he was asked about his favourites to reach the final four. Earlier, the 46-year-old had also said he was sure of Team India qualifying to the semi-finals, as he believed that they had a well-balanced squad. We have a balanced team which can go out and do something special. The whole team has to chip in, there will be some performers (in different situations, who must say) this is my game; I am batting well or bowling well. Support is needed from the other end also, the Master Blaster had said, while speaking with Hindustan Times. As mentioned above, the fourth and final team who will qualify for the semi-finals will be revealed on Friday, based on the outcome of the Pakistan-Bangladesh game. If Pakistan win by a huge margin, they may reach the knockouts or else it will be the Kiwis who book their place in the final four. With less than a fortnight to go before the World Cup kicks start, predictions are coming thick and fast from veteran cricketers and pundits of the game. England, the host nation, emerge as the top favourites, followed by the Virat Kohli-led Indian side. 

ICC T20 World Cup 2020

ICC T20 World Cup 2020: Complete list of matches, dates, and venues

  • Nov 01, 2019
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ICC T20 World Cup 2020ICC T20 World Cup 2020: Time Tables, Fixtures, Schedule, Venues and Dates. The T20 World Cup will take place in three stages: the first round, featuring Bangladesh and Sri Lanka; Super 12 and then the knockouts.On January 29 at an event in Australia, it was announced that the mens competition of the ICC World Cup T 20 will take place between October 18 to November 15.The tournament will get underway with several qualifying matches before hosts Australia take on worlds top-ranked Pakistan in the first match of the tournament-proper on October 24 under lights at the Sydney Cricket Ground.The West Indies will play their first Super 12 group stage match against New Zealand on October 25 in Melbourne. Windies won the competition in 2016, held in India, after beating England in the finals.Australia, Pakistan, West Indies, New Zealand and two qualifiers make up Group 1 of the Super 12s. India, England, South Africa, Afghanistan, and two Group qualifiers make up Group 2 of the super 12s.The first semi-finals will take place at SCG on November 11, with Adelaide Oval hosting the second semi-finals the following night. The final will be played at the MCG on November 15.ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said Whenever we host an event in Australia we know we can guarantee the one billion cricket fans around the world a great show.The worlds best players. Outstanding venues. Noisy, passionate, knowledgeable fans. Exciting cricket. This is the perfect combination for a T20 World Cup and in 2020 we go one step further with two T20 World Cups in one year.ICC T20 World Cup 2020 FORMATThe top eight teams ranked according to the ICC T20I global rankings as of 31 December 2018 are automatically qualified for the tournament. Pakistan (Champions 2009) and India (Champions 2007) entered the event as the team qualified one and two in the world, based on the ICC T20I team rankings as of December 31, 2018, therefore been kept in different groups for the Super 12 stage.The first round of the tournament will be played between October 18 and October 23. This will witness Sri Lanka and three qualifiers compete in Group A and Bangladesh with three qualifiers compete in Group B for a place in the Super 12s.Read More: ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2020GROUPSGroup 1: Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, New Zealand, Group A Team 1, Group B Team 2Group 2: India, England, South Africa, Afghanistan, Group B Team 1, Group A Team 2ICC T20 World Cup 2020 ScheduleFirst roundOctober 18, 2020: Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A3, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (8.30 AM IST)October 18: Qualifier A2 vs Qualifier A4, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (1:30 PM IST)October 19: Bangladesh vs Qualifier B3, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (8.30 AM IST)October 19: Qualifier B2 vs Qualifier B4, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (1:30 PM IST)October 20: Qualifier A3 vs Qualifier A4, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (8.30 AM IST)October 20: Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A2, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (1:30 PM IST)October 21: Qualifier B3 vs Qualifier B4, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (8.30 AM IST)October 21: Bangladesh vs Qualifier B2, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (1:30 PM IST)October 22: Qualifier A2 vs Qualifier A3, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (8.30 AM IST)October 22: Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A4, Kardinia Park, South Geelong (1:30 PM IST)October 23: Qualifier B2 vs Qualifier B3, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (8.30 AM IST)October 23: Bangladesh vs Qualifier B4, Bellerive Oval, Tasmania (1:30 PM IST)Super 12s ScheduleOctober 24: Australia vs Pakistan, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (1:30 PM IST)October 24: India vs South Africa, Perth Stadium, Perth (4.30 PM IST)October 25: A1 vs B2, Blundstone Arena, Hobart (8.30 AM IST)October 25: New Zealand vs Windies, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1.30 PM IST)October 26: Afghanistan vs A2, Perth Stadium, Perth (11.30 AM IST)October 26: England vs B1, Perth Stadium, Perth (4.30 PM IST)October 27: New Zealand vs B2, Blundstone Arena, Hobart (1.30 PM IST)October 28: Afghanistan vs B1, Perth Stadium, Perth (11.30 AM IST)October 28: Australia vs Windies, Perth Stadium, Perth (4.30 PM IST)October 29: Pakistan vs A1, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (8.30 AM IST)October 29: India vs A2, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1.30 PM IST)October 30: England vs South Africa, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (1.30 PM IST)October 30: Windies vs B2, Perth Stadium, Perth (4.30 PM IST)October 31: Pakistan vs New Zealand, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane (9.30 AM IST)October 31: Australia vs A1, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane (2.30 PM IST)November 1: South Africa vs Afghanistan, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (9.00 AM IST)November 1: India vs England, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1.30 PM IST)November 2: A2 vs B1, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (8.30 AM IST)November 2: New Zealand vs A1, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane (2.30 PM IST)November 3: Pakistan vs Windies, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (9.00 AM IST)November 3: Australia vs B2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (2.00 PM IST)November 4: England vs Afghanistan, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane (2.30 PM IST)November 5: South Africa vs A2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (9.00 AM IST)November 5: India vs B1, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (2.00 PM IST)November 6: Pakistan vs B2, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (8.30 AM IST)November 6: Australia vs New Zealand, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1.30 PM IST)November 7: England vs A2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (9.00 AM IST)November 7: Windies vs A1, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1.30 PM IST)November 8: South Africa vs B1, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (8.30 AM IST)November 8: India vs Afghanistan, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (1.30 PM IST)Semi-finalsNovember 11: To be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (1.30 PM IST)November 12: To be played at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (2.00 PM IST)November 15: To be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne. (1.30 PM IST)Read More: ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2020: Schedule, Teams, Fixtures

ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020 Full Schedule,Time table,Live scores,results,live streaming

ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020 Full Schedule,Time table,Live scores,results,live streaming

  • Jan 13, 2020
  • Aditi Verma
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The 2020 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup is an international limited-overs cricket tournament that has been scheduled to be held in South Africa starting from 17 January 2020 till 9 February 2020. This is going to be the thirteenth edition of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Also, it is going to be held in South Africa for the second time.  A total of sixteen teams will be participating in the tournament. The teams will be divided into four groups of four teams. From each of these four groups, the top two teams will be qualified for the Super League and the bottom two teams from each of the four groups will advance to the Plate League. India is the defending champions.On 7th January 2020, the ICC authority had made the appointment of the officials for the cricket tournament. There will be sixteen umpires and along with them, Graeme Labrooy, Shaid Wadvalla and Phil Whitticase have been named as the match referees.The Four Groups are as follows:Group A includes India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and JapanGroup B includes Australia, England, West Indies, and  NigeriaGroup C includes Pakistan, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, and ScotlandGroup D includes South Africa, Afghanistan, Canada, and the United Arab Emirates. (UAE)Read More:  MS Dhoni named captain of Cricket Australia ODI team of the decade, Virat Kohli Test skipperThe fixtures for the tournament have been finalised by the ICC on 24th October 2019DATE: 17TH JANUARY 2020, FRIDAYSouth Africa U19 vs Afghanistan U191st MatchGroup DLocation: Diamond Oval, KimberleyTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 18TH JANUARY 2020, SATURDAY Bangladesh U19 vs Zimbabwe U19         2nd Match          Group C   Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT New Zealand U19 vs Japan U19    3rd Match    Group A   Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT United Arab Emirates U19 vs Canada U19     4th Match    Group D    Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Australia U19 vs West Indies U19    5th Match    Group B    Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 19 JANUARY 2020, SUNDAY Pakistan U19 vs Scotland U19      6th Match     Group C     Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT India U19 vs Sri Lanka U19     7th Match     Group A      Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein      Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 20TH JANUARY 2020, MONDAY England U19 vs West Indies U19      8th Match      Group B      Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley      Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Australia U19 vs Nigeria U19    9th Match    Group B    Location: Country Club B Field, Kimberley    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 21ST JANUARY 2020, TUESDAY Bangladesh U19 vs Scotland U19    10th Match    Group C   Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT India U19 vs Japan U19    11th Match    Group A    Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 22ND JANUARY 2020, WEDNESDAY South Africa U19 vs Canada U19    12th Match     Group D    Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Afghanistan U19 vs United Arab Emirates U19  13th Match  Group D  Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom  Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Pakistan U19 vs Zimbabwe U19    14th Match    Group C   Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT New Zealand U19 vs Sri Lanka U19 15th Match Group A  Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein  Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 23RD JANUARY 2020, THURSDAY Australia U19 vs England U19     16th Match    Group B    Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT West Indies U19 vs Nigeria U19      17th Match      Group B      Location: Country Club B Field, Kimberley     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTRead More: IPL 2020: Full list of all eight updated squads after auctionDATE: 24TH JANUARY 2020, FRIDAY Pakistan U19 vs Bangladesh U19     18th Match     Group C    Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Afghanistan U19 vs Canada U19    19th Match    Group D    Location: North-West University No2 Ground, Potchefstroom  Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT India U19 vs New Zealand U19    20th Match    Group A    Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 25TH JANUARY 2020, SATURDAY Sri Lanka U19 vs Japan U19     21st Match     Group A     Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT Zimbabwe U19 vs Scotland U19    22nd Match   Group C   Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT South Africa U19 vs United Arab Emirates U19    23rd Match    Group D   Location: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT England U19 vs Nigeria U19    24th Match     Group B     Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley      Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 27TH JANUARY 2020, MONDAY TBC vs TBC    Plate Quarter-Final 1    Location: North-West University No2 Ground, Potchefstroom  Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC    Plate Quarter-Final 2    Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 28TH JANUARY 2020, TUESDAY TBC vs TBC   Super League Quarter-Final 1   Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC    Plate Quarter-Final 3    Location: North-West University No2 Ground, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC     Plate Quarter-Final 4     Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 29TH JANUARY 2020, WEDNESDAYTBC vs TBCSuper League Quarter-Final 2 Location: Willowmoore Park, BenoniTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 30TH JANUARY 2020, THURSDAY TBC vs TBC    Super League Quarter-Final 3    Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC     Plate Semi-Final     Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC      Plate Playoff Semi-Final 1       Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC      Plate Playoff Semi-Final 2      Location: North-West University No2 Ground, Potchefstroom     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 31ST JANUARY 2020, FRIDAY TBC vs TBC    Super League Quarter-Final 4     Location: Willowmoore Park, Benoni     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC    Plate Semi-Final 2    Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 1ST FEBRUARY 2020, SATURDAY TBC vs TBC    5th Place Playoff Semi-Final 1    Location: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC    15th Place Playoff     Location: North-West University No2 Ground, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC     13th Place Playoff       Location: Witrand Cricket Field, Potchefstroom     Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 2ND FEBRUARY 2020, SUNDAY TBC vs TBC     5th Place Playoff Semi-Final 2      Location: North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom    Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMT TBC vs TBC   11th Place Playoff    Location: Diamond Oval, Kimberley   Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 3RD FEBRUARY 2020, MONDAYTBC vs TBC  Plate Final  Location: Willowmoore Park, BenoniTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 4TH FEBRUARY 2020, TUESDAYTBC vs TBC  Super League Semi-Final 1  Location: Senwes Park, PotchefstroomTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 5TH FEBRUARY 2020, WEDNESDAYTBC vs TBC7th Place Playoff Location: Willowmoore Park, BenoniTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 6TH FEBRUARY 2020, THURSDAYTBC vs TBCSuper League Semi-Final 2 Location: Senwes Park, PotchefstroomTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 7TH FEBRUARY 2020, FRIDAYTBC vs TBC5th Place Playoff Location: Willowmoore Park, BenoniTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 8TH FEBRUARY 2020, SATURDAYTBC vs TBC3rd Place Playoff Location: Willowmoore Park, Benoni Time: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTDATE: 9TH FEBRUARY 2020, SUNDAYTBC vs TBC FinalLocation: Senwes Park, PotchefstroomTime: 13:30 IST / 08:00 GMTRead More: IPL 2020: Full list of all eight team

ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2020

ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2020 schedule, live scores and results

  • Jan 21, 2020
  • Aditi Verma
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ICC WOMEN'S WORLD CUP SCHEDULE 2020 The ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the international championship for the women's Twenty20 International cricket held every other year. The Cricket Championship is organized under the International Cricket Council (ICC) by the sport's governing body of India. The first edition of the ICC T20 Women's World Cup was held in the year 2009 in England.For the first three editions, a total of eight teams participated. Beginning from the year 2014, the number of participants was raised to ten. At each tournament held, a number of teams are automatically qualified and the remaining teams are found by the Qualifier of World Twenty20.Australia is the most successful team and has been the winner of the tournament four times. The 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the seventh edition. It is going to be held starting from 21st February 2020 till 8th March 2020 in Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The final has been decided to take place on the International Women's Day. There will be 10 teams that will participate in the tournament. It has been finalised that the ICC Women's T20 World Cup for the year 2022 will be hosted by South Africa. This year, the only team which will appear for the first time is Thailand.The Qualification of the teams is determined by the ICC Women's Twenty20 international rankings as well as an event for the qualification known as the Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier.The Indian Cricket team of a total of 15 members will be led by Harmanpreet Kaur. She has the experience of playing in the Women's Big Bash League. This will be helpful for her in making a better plan for the Indian Women's Cricket team. On 12 January 2020, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had made the announcement of the Indian squad that will include Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Taniya Bhatia (wk), Harleen Deol, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Richa Ghosh, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smriti Mandhana, Shikha Pandey, Arundhati Reddy, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Shafali Verma, Poonam Yadav and Radha Yadav.The Indian team has members who have good playing experience. We have Bengal's batswoman Richa Ghosh and the 15-year-old Haryana's Shafali Verma. They will be playing for the first global meet after showcasing a good performance at the international level in the first season.In the year 2018, the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, hosted by West Indies was won by Australia by 8 wickets. The player of the tournament was Alyssa Healy (225 runs).While in the year 2016, the tournament was hosted by India and the Team of West Indies won the tournament by 8 wickets. The player of the tournament was Stafanie Taylor (225 runs and 8 wickets).Australia is the defending champions that they are, will be playing against India in their Opening match of 2020 tournament. A total of six locations in four Australian cities have been selected for hosting the matches. Read More: ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020 Full Schedule,Time table,Live scores,results,live streamingThe Group Stage matches will be held at the following venues: Manuka Oval, Canberra Junction Oval, Melbourne WACA Ground, Perth Sydney Showground Stadium, SydneyThe Semi-Finals will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground and the final will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.The Tickets for the tournament were on sale since 21st February 2019. All the matches even the final has a ticket price starting at $20 for the adults. The tickets for children have been priced at $5. The Broadcasting of the entire ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 will be done by the Star Sports channel as it has been given the global broadcast rights for the tournament.The Schedule of the Group Stage matches of the tournament is given as follows:Date: 21st February 2020, FridayMatch: India vs Australia (GROUP A)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST / 08:00 AM GMTDate: 22nd February 2020, Saturday Match: West Indies vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: PerthTime: 11:30 AM IST / 06:00 AM GMTDate: 22nd February 2020, Saturday Match: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 23rd February 2020, SundayMatch: England vs South Africa (GROUP B)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 24th February 2020, Monday Match: Australia vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: WindhoekTime: 11:30 AM IST/ 06:00 AM GMTDate: 24th February 2020, Monday Match: India vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 26th February 2020, Wednesday Match: England vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 26th February 2020, Wednesday Match: West Indies vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 27th February 2020, Thursday Match: India vs New Zealand (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 27th February 2020, Thursday Match: Australia vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMT Date: 28th February 2020, FridayMatch: South Africa vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 28th February 2020, FridayMatch: England vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 29th February 2020, Saturday Match: New Zealand vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 29th February 2020, SaturdayMatch: India vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 1st March 2020, Sunday Match: South Africa vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 1st March 2020, Sunday Match: England vs West Indies (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 2nd March 2020, Monday Match: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 2nd March 2020, Monday Match: Australia vs New Zealand (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 3rd March 2020, Tuesday Match: Pakistan vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 3rd March 2020, Tuesday Match: West Indies vs South Africa (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTSEMI-FINAL MATCHES: Semi-Final 1Date: 5th March 2020, ThursdayMatch: TBC vs TBC  (A1 v B2)Location: Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyTime: 08:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMT Semi-Final 2Date: 5th March 2020, ThursdayMatch: TBC vs TBC (B1 v A2)Location: Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTFINAL MATCH: ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020Date: 8th March 2020, SundayMatch: TBC vs TBCLocation: Melbourne Cricket Ground, MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTRead More: India tour of New Zealand, 2020 schedule, live scores and results

ICC women's t20 world cup groups and streaming

ICC women's t20 world cup groups and streaming

  • Jan 22, 2020
  • Aditi Verma
  • 1004

The 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup. It will be held from 21st February 2020 till 8th March 2020 in Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It has been decided that the final match will be held on International Women's Day.The teams that will qualify for the Women's T20 World Cup have been determined by the ICC world rankings. There will be ten teams participating in the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup. These include Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and West Indies.The tournament will happen with the teams being split into two groups. These are:Group A: Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh,Group B: England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand,You can buy the tickets for the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup Australia from the official website directly. The price of a ticket for entry to a group stage match will be ranging from $20 to $40 for adults. The entry ticket for children will cost $5. If you attend the semi-final match, the tickets will cost between $20 to $50 for adults. On the other hand, the final match ticket will cost between $20 to $50 for the adults.Star Sports will be broadcasting the live coverage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in India and the Indian subcontinent (including Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Bhutan, and Bangladesh) countries. You can live stream the matches on the Hotstar app or website as well. Star India and Star Middle East have the global rights for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. The information, scores and result will also be available in various websites including the official website of ICC, Cricbuzz and many others.Fox Sports holds the exclusive media rights for the World cup tournament and will be telecasting all the matches in Australia on Fox Sports. The viewers can also watch the matches online on Foxtel Sports digital platform according to their convenience.ICC has announced 19 broadcast partners for the World cup event. These include the following:Territory: IndiaTv Channels: Star Sports, DD Sports, DD National (DD1), HotstarTerritory: AustraliaTv Channels: Fox SportsTerritory: United KingdomTv Channels: Sky Sports CricketTerritory: United StatesTv Channels: Willow TVTerritory: South AfricaTv Channels: SuperSpothe rtTerritory: New ZealandTv Channels: Sky Sport NZTerritory: the Middle East & North AfricaTv Channels: OSN Sports Cricket HDTerritory: CanadaTv Channels: ATN (Asian Television Network)Territory: BangladeshTv Channels: Gazi TVTerritory: Sri LankaTv Channels: SLRC (Channel Eye)Territory: CaribbeanTv Channels: ESPN CaribbeanTerritory: AfghanistanTv Channels: Moby TVTerritory: PakistanTv Channels: Ten SportsTerritory: South East AsiaTv Channels: Fox Networks GroupTerritory: Pacific IslandsTv Channels: DigicelTerritory: ChinaTv Channels: Star Sports China

Ranveer Singh 83 will not be released on OTT platform, Team will wait for theatrical launch

Ranveer Singh 83 will not be released on OTT platform, Team will wait for theatrical launch

  • Apr 27, 2020
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Actor Ranveer Singh’s upcoming film 83 is among the numerous Bollywood projects postponed by the coronavirus lockdown. it was supposed to release in April but has been placed on hold indefinitely.Recent rumors suggested that the film could release straight to a streaming platform soon. However, the film’s producers have refuted it. talking to PTI, Reliance Entertainment Group CEO Shibashish Sarkar said they are not looking in this direction for the next six months.“There isn't any truth about this. As producers and even the director, we all are on the same page that we wish to attend for theatrical release. we are going to first complete the film then we are going to wait. If six or nine months down the road. If things become much worse we are going to take a call later. there's no hurry.“Everybody has shown interest in this project but we are not going to engage in any discussion for a straight to digital release currently. we are going to watch for the next four to 6 months before taking a call,” he said.He added that the VFX and post-production work of 83 remains pending. The film, directed by Kabir Khan, was set to be released in April. There are reports a few big OTT platforms are offering Rs 143 crore to the producers of 83.The film talks about India’s first World Cup win under the captaincy of Kapil Dev in 1983. It also stars Hardy Sandhu, Deepika Padukone, Jiva, Saqib Saleem, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Pankaj Tripathi among others.Read More: 20 interesting facts about Sachin Tendulkar

South Africa risks banning international cricket after a government body has suspended CSA

South Africa risks banning international cricket after a government body has suspended CSA

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Cricket in South Africa is going through a major crisis after the Sports Federation and the Olympic Committee, a government body that oversees the nation's wide sport, suspended cricket in the country, South African cricket. This means South Africa Cricket has halted its daily operations and is raising questions about the team's future in international cricket. International Cricket Council (ICC) rules prohibit government interference, and this could mean that the national team's participation in international tournaments could be at risk.This unprecedented development comes after months of turmoil in the management of cricket in South Africa. What could this mean for South African cricket and players, as well as the future of international cricket for Proteas? Here is an explanationQ) What is SASCOC, the government entity that stopped cricket in South Africa?SASCOC (South African Athletic Association and Olympic Committee) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) and National Paralympic Committee (NPC) in South Africa and the body responsible for South Africa in the Commonwealth Games. It is also responsible for high-performance sports in the country and coordinates the relationship with various international sports federations. Therefore, it is a sports ombudsman that was formed after a process that began with a working group set up by the Minister of Sports. Therefore, it is a super body of government.Q) Why was Cricket South Africa acquired and stopped operations?In the last year, Cricket South Africa has suffered from many problems, especially since December 2019. There were three main problems which were racism, lines of payments, and accusations of corruption. The sacking of its CEO, Thabang Morrow, was the first in a series of managerial crises that affected South African cricket. Morrow was fired for "gross misconduct". The administrative crisis was exacerbated when CEO Chris Nenzani resigned, and so did Jack Bean. Therefore, for "alleged mismanagement and misconduct", cricket in South Africa has been suspended.Q) Why could South Africa be banned?The ICC does not permit any form of government interference in the daily management of the board. This was the reason why cricket was banned in Zimbabwe for a certain period last year due to increased government interference. If this happened, South Africa could be banned for the second time in its history, with the first ban between 1970 and 1991 due to apartheid policies.Q) Will the current participation of South African players in the IPL be in question?It is not yet known if this measure will affect the participation of South African players in the IPL. From now on, they are free to compete. Only their international matches can be called into question.Read More- Barcelona sack coach Quique Setien after UEFA Champions League exit