The ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2020 has been postponed to 2021/2022, TBC.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will feature premium matches in Melbourne that includes hosts Australia taking on New Zealand on a Friday night. That fixture will be one of six Super 12 stage matches held at the MCG in a schedule that also includes India against 2016 finalists England on 1 November. Defending champions West Indies will also feature twice in Melbourne.
While Kardinia Park Stadium in Geelong will host six First Round matches in a week-long festival of cricket. The fixtures include the opening match of the tournament, featuring 2014 champions Sri Lanka on the 18th of October. Each of the three match days will be double headers with one of the fixtures under lights. Sri Lanka will play night matches on October 20 and 22, with their opponents to be determined following a qualifying event to be played in late 2019.
The final will fittingly be held at the world’s biggest cricket stadium, the MCG .
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