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The 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup – previously, merely the World T20 – is the ninth version of the event in solely 17 years and the largest ever with 20 groups collaborating. It is going down collectively within the Caribbean, for the second time, and the United States which is internet hosting its first matches in both limited-overs World Cups.

England go into the event as defending champions and searching for a 3rd title which might push them forward of West Indies as essentially the most profitable facet in T20 World Cup historical past. England received their first world event the final time it was staged within the Caribbean, preventing again from qualifying by the pores and skin of their tooth through a defeat and a washout within the first group stage to win 5 matches in succession, the final of them a victory over Australia within the ultimate at Kensington Oval which will even host this 12 months’s ultimate in Bridgetown.

Having crushed Pakistan within the ultimate on the MCG two years in the past to make themselves double reigning World Cup holders, England’s woeful marketing campaign within the 50-over event held in India final autumn has left them merely as solo world champions and engaged in a revamp of their white-ball facet underneath the top coach, Matthew Mott, and captain, Jos Buttler.

When is the T20 World Cup?

The event begins on June 1, 2024 and ends with its fifty fifth and final match 28 days afterward June 29, 2024.

Where does it happen?

The event is shared for the second time (after UAE and Oman stepped in to co-host it throughout the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021), this time by the Caribbean and the US after Cricket West Indies and USA Cricket have been profitable with a joint bid. The ICC has lengthy recognized the US as a major development space for the sport and was delighted the 2 boards labored in partnership to safe the internet hosting rights.

Indeed Paraag Marathe, chair of USA Cricket and Leeds United, stated in 2021 after they have been named joint-hosts: “The ICC has identified the USA as a strategic market for growth that will benefit cricket around the world.  A major event in 2024 will be the critical catalyst to improve facilities, develop a professional league, grow the fanbase and inspire public and corporate support … leaving a legacy of facilities and public enthusiasm for the sport across America ahead of the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.”

Which venues are internet hosting matches?

Six grounds within the Caribbean – Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua & Barbuda, Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, Providence Stadium in Providence, Guyana, Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia, Arnos Vale Stadium in Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Brian Lara Cricket Academy in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago – will share 39 matches in whole.

The remaining 16 ties will happen at three venues throughout the United States: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, a brief venue constructed at Eisenhower Park, Long Island, New York, Central Broward Park in Lauderhill, Florida and Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

How to observe the T20 World Cup on TV

Like all ICC tournaments throughout the present rights cycle, the 2024 T20 World Cup will probably be proven completely reside on Sky Sports within the UK and Ireland. Should England attain the ultimate, as they did in 2022 and the 2019 World Cup, Sky could also be persuaded to permit that match to be broadcast reside on Channel 4.

In India the event will probably be streamed free on Hotstar.

Which groups have certified?


West Indies
United States

Top eight groups from 2022 T20 World Cup

New Zealand
South Africa
Sri Lanka

ICC T20i rankings


European qualifiers


East Asia-Pacific qualifier

Papua New Guinea

Americas qualifier


Asia qualifiers


Africa qualifiers


What is the format?

The preliminary group stage consists of 4 teams of 5, every workforce enjoying the opposite 4 with two factors for a win and one for a no consequence. Ties will probably be settled by a Super Over. The high two in every group will progress to the Super Eight stage which includes two teams of 4 with every workforce enjoying three video games. The high two sides in every of the Super Eight teams will qualify for the semi-finals. the winner of group one enjoying the runner-up in group two and vice versa.

What are the squads?

The 20 groups should title a 15-man squad for the event by May 1.

What is the group stage draw?

Group A

India, Pakistan, Ireland, Canada, United States.

Group B

England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman.

Group C

New Zealand, West Indies, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, Uganda.

Group D

South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, Nepal.

What are England’s group fixtures?

(All instances BST)
Tuesday, June 4: England v Scotland (Barbados, 3.30pm)
Saturday, June 8: Australia v England (Barbados, 6pm)
Thursday, June 13: England v Oman (Antigua, 8pm)
Saturday, June 15: Namibia v England (Antigua, 6pm).

What are Scotland’s group fixtures?

Tuesday, June 4: England v Scotland (Barbados, 3.30pm)
Thursday, June 6: Namibia v Scotland (Barbados, 8pm)
Sunday, June 9: Oman v Scotland (Antigua, 6pm)
Sunday, June 16: Australia v Scotland (St Lucia, 1.30am).

What are the complete fixtures?

(All instances BST)

Sunday, June 2: USA v Canada (Dallas, 1.30am); West Indies v Papua New Guinea (Guyana, 3.30pm).

Monday, June 3: Namibia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am), Sri Lanka v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm).

Tuesday, June 4: Afghanistan v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am), England v Scotland (Barbados, 3.30pm).

Wednesday, June 5: Netherlands v Nepal (Dallas, 4.30 pm),  India v Ireland (New York, 3.30pm)

Thursday, June 6: Papua New Guinea v Uganda (Guyana, 12.30am), Australia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am), USA v Pakistan (Dallas, 4.30pm), Namibia v Scotland (Barbados, 8pm).

Friday, June 7: Canada v Ireland (New York, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 8: New Zealand v Afghanistan (Guyana, 12.30am), Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (Dallas, 1.30am), Netherlands v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm), Australia v England (Barbados, 6pm).

Sunday, June 9: West Indies v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am), India v Pakistan (New York, 3.30pm), Oman v Scotland (Antigua, 6pm).

Monday, June 10: South Africa v Bangladesh (New York, 3.30pm).

Tuesday, June 11: Pakistan v Canada (New York, 3.30pm)

Wednesday, June 12: Sri Lanka v Nepal (Florida, 12.30am), Australia v Namibia (Antigua, 1.30am), USA v India (New York, 3.30pm).

Thursday, June 13: West Indies v New Zealand (Trinidad, 1.30am), Bangladesh v Netherlands (St Vincent, 3.30pm), England v Oman (England, 8pm).

Friday, June 14: Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 1.30am), USA v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 15: South Africa v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am), New Zealand v Uganda (Trinidad, 1.30am), India v Canada (Florida, 3.30pm), Namibia v England (Antigua, 6pm).

Sunday, June 16: Australia v Scotland (St Lucia, 1.30am), Pakistan v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm).

Monday, June 17: Bangladesh v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am), Sri Lanka v Netherlands (St Lucia, 1.30am), New Zealand v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 3.30pm).

Tuesday, June 18: West Indies v Afghanistan (St Lucia, 1.30am).

Super Eights

Wednesday, June 19: A2 v B1 (Antigua, 3.30pm).

Thursday, June 20: B1 in C2 (St Lucia, 1.30am), C1 v A1 (Barbados, 3.30pm).

Friday, June 21: B2 v D2 (Antigua, 1.30am), B1 v D1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 22: A2 v C2 (Barbados, 1.30am), A1 v D2 (Antigua, 3.30pm).

Sunday, June 23: C1 v B2 (St Vincent, 1.30am), A2 v B1 (Barbados, 3.30pm).

Monday, June 24: C2 v D1 (Antigua, 1.30am), B2 v A1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm).

Tuesday, June 25: C1 v D2 (St Vincent, 3.30pm).

Knock-out rounds

Thursday, June 27: Semi-final 1 (Guyana, 1.30am), semi-final 2 (Trinidad, 3.30pm).

Saturday, June 29: Final (Barbados, 3.30pm).

Who are the earlier winners?

2007 India
2009 Pakistan
2010 England
2012 West Indies
2014 Sri Lanka
2016 West Indies
2021 Australia
2022 England

Who are the favourites to win the T20 World Cup?

  • India 13/4
  • England 9/2
  • Australia 9/2
  • South Africa 7/1
  • New Zealand 17/2
  • Pakistan 9/1
  • West Indies 12/1
  • Sri Lanka 40/1
  • Bangladesh 100/1

Odds appropriate as of April 24