India vs England warm-up match canceled: The T20 World Cup is going to start from October 17 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. Team India will start its campaign with a match against Pakistan on 24 October. Before that he has to play warm-up matches against England and Australia. At the same time, now the schedule of Team India has been changed. Virat Kohli’s team was to face England on 18 October, which has now been cancelled.

According to the new schedule, the Indian team will face Australia on 18 October. This match will be held in Dubai. Team India’s second warm-up match will be from South Africa on October 20. Both the matches will start at 7.30 pm Indian time.

Venue also changed

Team India was to play both the warm-up matches at the Dubai International Stadium, which will now be played at the ICC Academy Grounds in Dubai itself. At the same time, the first warm-up match of the England cricket team will be against Pakistan on 18 October. His second warm-up match will be against New Zealand on 20 October.

Final match will be played on 14th November

Eight qualifying teams will participate in the first round of the T20 World Cup. Four of these teams will reach the Super 12 round. The eight teams in the preliminary round include Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland, Namibia, Oman and Papua New Guinea. The final of the tournament will be played on November 14.

The upcoming tournament will be the first T20 World Cup after 2016. The last time West Indies won the title by defeating England. India defeated Pakistan by 6 wickets in the group match of Super-10. In the semi-final, India had to face defeat by 7 wickets at the hands of Windies.


Group – 1

South Africa
West Indies
Round 1 Group A winner
Round 1 Group B runner-up


New Zealand
Round 1 Group B winner
Round 1 Group A runner-up

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