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Thursday, September 21, 2023

India vs Pakistan Clash: T20 World Cup 2021

T20 World Cup is starting on October 17 and ICC has left no some unturned to plan a match between India and Pakistan.

T20 World Cup is set to see the cricket match between two arch rivals Pakistan and India on October 24. International Cricket Council on Tuesday announced the full schedule of T20 World Cup 2021.

India and Pakistan are part of Group 2 of the Super12 stage. Both will play against each other in Dubai on 24 October. On 26 October, Pakistan will clash with New Zealand. Pakistan had won the 2009 T20 World Cup championship. It becomes the test of the cricket team to perform well which is receives great support from the nation.

Pakistan will also fight Afghanistan in Cricket match on 29 November.

India will fight with New Zealand on 26 October followed by a match with Afghanistan on 3 November.

The following tweet shows the complete schedule.

The T20 World Cup will start with a match between Group A teams Papua New Guinea and Oman on 17 October; while the final will be played in Dubai on 14 November with Scotland and Bangladesh, the other teams in Group B, clashing in the evening match at 6pm.

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Ireland, Netherlands, Sri Lanka and Namibia – making up Group A – will be in action in Abu Dhabi the next day, with Round 1 matches running till 22 October. The top two teams in each group will proceed to the Super12 stage of the tournament, beginning on 23 October.

ICC T20 World Cup will be held in Oman and United Arab Emirates (UAE).

It was supposed to take place in India but it was shifted to the UAE due to the COVID-19 situation in India.

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ICC has planned a match between India and Pakistan in a way that the event could gain popularity as large number of audience in both countries would be aroused due to historical emotions attached.