The Pakistan’s schedule for T20 World Cup 2022 matches has been released by the International Cricket Council (ICC), and 16 nations will compete across Australia.
The World Cup, which will be held in Australia’s seven lit-up cities to host games, will run from October 18 to November 13, according to the ICC.
Twelve of those 16 countries have already confirmed their participation, with Global Qualifying to decide the final four.
T20 World Cup 2022 schedule for all participating teams.
Arch-rivals Similar to the previous edition, Pakistan and India have been grouped together in Group 2 of the Super 12.
Pakistan’s World Cup 2022 campaign will begin on October 23 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground with a match against their arch-rival India.
|1||India||23 Oct/Sunday||MCG, Melbourne||1pm|
|2||Group B winner||27 Oct/Thursday||Perth Stadium, Perth||4pm|
|3||Group A winner||30 Oct/Sunday||Perth Stadium, Perth||12pm|
|4||South Africa||2 Nov/Thursday||SCG, Sydney||1pm|
|5||Bangladesh||6 Nov/Sunday||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||9am|
Pakistan will play the group B winner of the first round on October 27, who would probably be West Indies. The Green Shirts’ opponent on October 30th will be the winner of Group A’s first round, which is predicted to be Namibia based on seeding.
At Sydney Cricket Ground on November 3, the Pakistani squad will take on South Africa (SCG). On November 6 in Adelaide, the former champions will face Bangladesh in their final group game.
On November 9 and 10, respectively, the SCG and Adelaide Oval will host the semi-final matches. The Adelaide Oval will play host to a World Cup semifinal for the first time.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Final will take place at The MCG on November 13, 2022, with lighting provided.
January–February 2022 Pakistan Super League
The seventh season of PSL, a local T20 tournament that starts on January 27 and lasts through February 27, 2022, marks the beginning of Pakistani cricketers’ 2022 schedule. The T20 competition, which is taking place at two locations in Karachi and Lahore, features a number of local and international cricket players.