October 16, 2021

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ICC T20 World Cup 2021: All the fixtures – October – November

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The lineup for the T20 World Cup was confirmed months ago, and now with the event fast approaching, we look at the full programme of matches.

T20 World Cup 2021: Full schedule (SA times listed)

October 17

Oman vs Papua New Guinea (12:00)

Bangladesh vs Scotland (16:00)

October 18

Ireland vs Netherlands (12:00)

Sri Lanka vs Namibia (16:00)

October 19

Scotland vs Papua New Guinea (12:00)

Bangladesh vs Oman (16:00)

October 20

Namibia vs Netherlands (12:00)

Sri Lanka vs Ireland (16:00)

October 21

Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea (12:00)

Oman vs Scotland (16:00)

October 22

Namibia vs Ireland (12:00)

Sri Lanka vs Netherlands (16:00)

October 23

Australia’s captain Matthew Wade (C) with Adam Zampa (L) celebrates after the dismissal of Bangladesh’s Naim Sheikh during first Twenty20 international cricket match between Bangladesh and Australia at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on August 3, 2021. (Photo by Munir Uz zaman / AFP) (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN/AFP via Getty Images)

Australia vs South Africa (12:00)

England vs West Indies (16:00)

October 24

A1 vs B2 (12:00)

India vs Pakistan (16:00)

October 25

Afghanistan vs B1 (16:00)

October 26

“We really enjoy this format and we are really looking forward to this #T20WorldCup.”@KieronPollard55 on West Indies’ love of T20 cricket pic.twitter.com/x0iqAzDiCZ

— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) October 1, 2021

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South Africa vs West Indies (12:00)

Pakistan vs New Zealand (16:00)

October 27

England vs B2 (12:00)

B1 vs A2 (16:00)

October 28

Australia vs A1 (12:00)

October 29

West Indies vs B2 (12:00)

Pakistan vs Afghanistan (16:00)

October 30

South Africa vs A1 (12:00)

Australia vs England (16:00)

October 31

Afghanistan vs A2 (12:00)

India vs New Zealand (16:00)

November 1

England vs A1 (16:00)

November 2

South Africa vs B2 (12:00)

Pakistan vs A2 (16:00)

November 3

New Zealand vs B1 (12:00)

India vs Afghanistan (16:00)

November 4

Australia vs B2 (12:00)

West Indies vs A1 (16:00)

November 5

New Zealand vs A2 (12:00)

India vs B1 (16:00)

November 6

On this day in 2007, Brett Lee claimed the first #T20WorldCup hat-trick pic.twitter.com/d9dOGib5Hx

— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) September 16, 2021

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Australia vs West Indies (12:00)

England vs South Africa (16:00)

November 7

New Zealand vs Afghanistan (12:00)

Pakistan vs B1 16:00)

November 8

India vs A2 (16:00)

November 10

Semi-final 1 (16:00)

November 11

Semi-final 2 (16:00)

November 14

Final (16:00)

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