T20 World Cup: India’s 15-member squad will be announced following the Oval Test against England
Following a meeting of the national selectors following the fourth Test against England, the Indian team for the next T20 World Cup is expected to be picked next week. The exact day for naming the team has yet to be established, but it will happen before Friday – the deadline.
The T20 World Cup team will be picked after the fourth Test, according to sources close to the issue.
We’re thinking Monday or Tuesday for the time being, but nothing is set in stone. However, given the ICC’s cut-off date is Friday, it will happen by Friday. according to a source
The seventh T20 World Cup will begin on October 17th with a Round 1 Group B match between hosts Oman and Papua New Guinea, followed by an evening match between Scotland and Bangladesh.
The next day in Abu Dhabi, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and Namibia will participate in Group A, with Round 1 matches continuing until October 22. The top two teams from each group will proceed to the competition’s Super 12 stage, which begins on October 23.
On the 23rd of October, the Super 12 stage of the competition will begin in Abu Dhabi, with the Group 1 match between Australia and South Africa. The match will be followed by an evening match in Dubai between England and the West Indies. Old rivals England and Australia will meet off in Dubai on October 30th. The group will be completed on November 6 with matches in Abu Dhabi between Australia and the West Indies and Sharjah between England and South Africa.
The first semi-final will take place on November 10 at 6 p.m. local time in Abu Dhabi. On November 11th, the second semi-final will be placed in Dubai. Reserve days are available for both semi-finals. On Sunday, November 14, the championship final will be placed in Dubai, with Monday acting as a reserve day.
After weather ruined the series opener in Nottingham, Team India cruised to a 151-run victory at cricket’s ‘Mecca,’ Lord’s, to take the lead in the Test series. Despite this, the hosts made an incredible recovery in the third Test match at Headingley, winning by an innings and 76 runs to square the series.
The emphasis now moves to the series’ last match, which will be contested at London’s Kennington Oval on Thursday, September 2. Both sides will be trying to win this match, and the team that wins the fourth Test will be able to secure the five-match series.
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