T20 World Cup 2022: Australia’s World Cup trumpet blows; Final in Melbourne, see where the matches will be

T20 World Cup 2022: While the atmosphere of the T20 World Cup 2021 in the UAE has not calmed down yet, the trumpet of next year’s T20 World Cup (2022 T20 World Cup) in Australia has sounded. Champion Australia will go down in front of the home crowd to save the title. The ICC has announced the venue for the 2022 T20 World Cup. In addition, final and semifinal dates have been announced. The T20 World Cup kicks off in Australia on October 16, 2022, and the final will take place on November 13 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. ;"text-align: justify;"A total of 45 matches will be played at seven different venues (T20 World Cup 2022 Venues) in the 2022 World Cup. The first semi-final will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground on November 9 and the second semi-final will be played at Adelaide Cricket Ground on November 10. The full schedule is scheduled for January – The full schedule for the T20 World Cup in Australia will be announced in January. Tickets will also go on sale in January. Australia was to host the T20 World Cup in 2020. However, due to the Corona epidemic, the World Cup is taking place in 2022. & nbsp;

8 teams advance to Super-12 & nbsp;
This year’s World Cup winners Australia and runners-up New Zealand have advanced directly to the Super-12. Since then, the other six teams at the top of the T20 rankings have also got direct access. It will feature teams from England, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Sri Lanka (2021 champions) and West Indies (2012, 2016 champions) will play in the qualifying round. & nbsp;

Australia & rsquo; s men have the chance to defend their title on home soil!

Host cities for next year & rsquo; s # T20WorldCup confirmed 👇 https://t.co/BW0ci370Do

& mdash; T20 World Cup (@ T20WorldCup) November 16, 2021

About the 2022 World Cup in Australia & ndash;
When and where the tournament is held: From 16th October to 13th November Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Geelong Afghanistan and Bangladesh
Qualifying teams: Sri Lanka, West Indies, Scotland, Namibia, TBC, TBC, TBC, TBC


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