ICC T20 World Cup 2016 Schedule Time Table Fixtures Photo PDF: The shortest format of cricket is going to witness its 6the season for the title clash. It is scheduled to take place in India and going to start tomorrow onwards with the qualifiers. Twenty20 took birth in India itself and then sold to masses who took it with both hand. (see: Kalabhavan Mani died.)
The fast paced nature of the game made boundaries shorter and shorter and gave name, fame, and money to unknown heroes. The Indian team who recently won the Asia Cup 2016 are once again the fan favorites in this competition. As usual, this season will also start with the qualifiers. After that the main draw will take place. The previous edition took place in Bangladesh.
T20 World Cup 2016 Schedule
This season, a total number of 8 teams will fight for the title. In the qualifiers stage, there is a huge possibility that Bangladesh and Zimbabwe will proceed to the main draw. This is a very certain situation. Zim should watch out for all the situations as it missed the place last time.
There are some underdogs in this tournament. Oman will be a part of such a big tournament for the very first time. Netherlands had a memorable time in the last edition. And Ireland has always threatened even the big teams. The most of the people look forward tor the main draw only.
India is placed with arch-rivals Pakistan, Australia, and New Zealand. So, it is going to be a tough time for the men in blue. However, the situation was almost same last time too and India won all the matches to reach the final. [mashshare]
ICC T20 World Cup 2016 Schedule, Time Table, Fixtures
Note: PDF Format here.
|1||8th March 2016, Tuesday||Zimbabwe vs Hong Kong||Nagpur||3:00 PM|
|2||8th Mar. 2016, Tuesday||Scotland v Afghanistan||7:30 PM|
|3||March 9, 2016, Wednesday||Bangladesh v Netherlands||Dharamsala||3:00PM|
|4||Mar. 9, 2016, Wednesday||Ireland v Oman||7:30 PM|
|5||10th March, Thursday||Scotland v Zimbabwe||Nagpur||3:00 PM|
|6||10th Mar. 2016, Thursday||Hong Kong v Afghanistan||7:30PM|
|7||March 11, Friday||Netherlands v Oman||Dharamsala||3:00PM|
|8||Mar. 11, 2016, Friday||Bangladesh v Ireland||7:30 PM|
|9||12th March 2016, Saturday||Zimbabwe v Afghanistan||Nagpur||3:00 PM|
|10||12th Mar., Saturday||Scotland v Hong Kong||7:30 PM|
|11||March 13, 2016, Sunday||Netherlands v Ireland||Dharamsala||3:00 PM|
|12||Mar. 13, 2016, Sunday||Bangladesh v Oman||7:30PM|
|13||15th March, Tuesday||New Zealand v India||Nagpur||7:30PM|
|14||16th Mar. 2016, Wednesday||West Indies v England||Mumbai||3:00 PM|
|15||March 16, 2016, Wednesday||Pakistan v Q1A||Kolkata||7:30 PM|
|16||Mar. 17, 2016, Thursday||Sri Lanka v Q1B||Kolkata||7:30 PM|
|17||18th March, Friday||Australia v New Zealand||Dharamsala||3:00 PM|
|18||18th Mar. 2016, Friday||South Africa v England||Mumbai||7:30 PM|
|19||March 19, Saturday||India vs Pakistan||Dharamsala||7:30 PM|
|20||Mar. 20, 2016, Sunday||South Africa v Q1B||Mumbai||3:00PM|
|21||20th March, Sunday||Sri Lanka v West Indies||Bengaluru||7:30 PM|
|22||21st Mar. 2016, Monday||Australia v Q1A||Bengaluru||7:30PM|
|23||March 22, 2016, Tuesday||New Zealand v Pakistan||Mohali||7:30 PM|
|24||Mar. 23, Wednesday||England v Q1B||New Delhi||3:00 PM|
|25||23rd March, Wednesday||India v Q1A||Bengaluru||7:30PM|
|26||25th Mar. 2016, Friday||Pakistan v Australia||Mohali||3:00PM|
|27||March 25, Friday||South Africa v West Indies||Nagpur||7:30 PM|
|28||26th March 2016, Saturday||Q1A v New Zealand||Kolkata||3:00PM|
|29||26th Mar. 2016, Saturday||England v Sri Lanka||New Delhi||7:30 PM|
|30||March 27,, Sunday||India v Australia||Mohali||7:30PM|
|31||Mar. 27, 2016, Sunday||Q1B v West Indies||Nagpur||3:00 PM|
|32||28th March 2016, Monday||South Africa v Sri Lanka||New Delhi||7:30PM|
|29th Mar., Tuesday||Rest Day|
|33||March 30, 2016, Wednesday||Men’s semi-final||New Delhi||7:00PM|
|34||Mar. 31, 2016, Thursday||India vs West Indies||Mumbai||7:00 PM|
|35||3rd April, Sunday||Final||Kolkata||7:00PM|
The sixth edition of T20 WC will present a lot of quality teams with a huge number of good strengths good enough to bring the fans to the edges of their seats. It will surely excite them to the fullest. West Indies is also a very good team to watch out for. Although there are enough players due to which the tournament will make shine, but it has lost some of its lustre as many of the star players opted out already.
The champions of the 50-over weren’t able to set the stage on fire in the last season. They managed to reach the finals only once in 2010. South Africa (RSA) has some of the best players in the world. AB de Villiers will fetch the most eyeballs for South Africa.T20 World Cup 2016 Schedule
However, New Zealand will suffer a huge loss as its star player Brendon McCullum will not play this time. Sri Lanka, the defending champion is working on its perfect squad. Pakistan still are unpredictable. All in all, it will be an exciting tournament.