The 8th ICC T20 World Cup has been a major event; learn the teams, schedule, and date for the semi-finals in 2022. Below is the full details about T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal schedule
There were several surprises at the T20 World Cup 2022, as major international teams fell to affiliate teams. The teams, dates, and times for the T20 World Cup semifinals are shown below.
ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Semi Final Match Schedule, Date, Time, Stadium Venue, Teams List
Four upsets happened during the T20 World Cup 2022.
The performance of the affiliate teams was the most intriguing aspect of this year’s World Cup. Ireland, Zimbabwe, and the Netherlands stunned the cricketing world by defeating the world’s greatest teams.
West Indies, the two-time champions, were left stunned when Ireland upset them in the Group stages.
Ireland’s valiant journey did not finish there, as they overcame a powerful English squad in the Super 12 stage.
Zimbabwe made history when they overcame Pakistan in the super 12 stages in a nail-biting battle.
Finally, the Netherlands eliminated South Africa from the T20 World Cup, which will haunt them for the rest of their lives.
T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal schedule
|09-Nov-22||New Zealand vs Pakistan, 1st Semi-Final||1:30 PM IST/08:00 AM GMT||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|10-Nov-22||India vs England, 2nd Semi-Final||1:30 PM IST/08:00 AM GMT||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|13-Nov-22||TBC vs TBC, Final||1:30 PM IST/08:00 AM GMT||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
T20 World Cup 2022 Semi-final Qualified teams
In New Zealand
The Kane Williamson-led Kiwi squad was the first to go to the semifinals. The tournament’s most reliable team is New Zealand. In the group stages, they prevailed in 4 of their 5 games. On November 10, they will play Pakistan on the SCG.
After suffering a humiliating loss to Ireland, the England squad appeared to be losing its way. They soon turned things around and won the final two crucial Super 12 games.
In the second semifinal, England and India will square off in Adelaide on Friday.
The Indian team started off their World Cup campaign with a thumping victory against Pakistan. They lost one game in the super 12 stage which was against South Africa.
The Pakistani team’s chances of making it to the semifinals were in jeopardy after two straight losses to India and Zimbabwe. Later on in the competition, their middle order began to shine, and they took the final three Super 12 games.
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