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ICC T20 World Cup warm-up matches full schedule, timings, streaming details

India will play its second and last practice match against Australia on October 20 at ICC Cricket Academy ground and the match will start at (3:30 pm IST)

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Paul Collingwood with ICC T20 World Cup. Photo: @T20WorldCup
These warm-up matches promise to be a 'battle before the battle', a precursor for the fans, promising action-packed cricket and anticipation ahead of the Super 12 stage. File Photo: @T20WorldCup

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is set to begin from October 17 with qualifiers followed by the main event, starting October 23 in UAE and Oman. The top four teams from the qualifiers will join India, West Indies, Australia, South Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, England and New Zealand for Super 12s.

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First Published: Sun, October 17 2021. 11:44 IST