T20 WC: Pakistan and India will face each other in Dubai on October 24
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (WC) schedule has been announced. The tournament will kick off on October 17, and the Final of the T20 WC will be played in Dubai on November 19.
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Pakistan and India will face off on October 24 in Super12s Group 2 game in Dubai.
The first round of the tournament will start on October 17 with Oman going against Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh against Scotland.
In the Super12s – round 2 of T20 WC – with two groups, will begin on October 23, with Australia facing South Africa from group 1 in Abu Dhabi, and England facing West Indies.
Aside from Pakistan vs India, there is another big encounter where Australia will go against England on October 30.
Australia and England are part of Group 1 along with South Africa, West Indies, and two qualifiers.
Pakistan and India are part of Group 2 along with New Zealand, Afghanistan, and two qualifiers.
The top two teams from each group will qualify for the semi-finals. The First will be played on November 10 in Abu Dhabi while the second will be played on November 11 in Dubai.
This will be the first time in two years when both teams, Pakistan and India, will go against each other. The last time they clashed was back in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England.
Due to the increasing political tensions, both teams only play against each other in multi-country tournaments like World Cup.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) shared the schedule of fixtures of matches to be played by Pakistan on their Twitter handle.
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