All You Need To Know: ICC T20 World Cup Warm-Up Matches- Timings, Schedule, Live Streaming

T20 World Cup

As cricket enthusiasts gear up for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, teams from around the globe are preparing for battle. But before the official tournament kicks off, there’s an exciting prelude—the warm-up matches.

The warm-up matches are scheduled from 27th May to 1st June. The tournament is jointly hosted by the USA and the West Indies.

17 teams will be involved in these warm-up fixtures. It’s a chance for teams to fine-tune their strategies, and test combinations, and get acclimated to the conditions.

Who Will Be India’s Opponent in Their Only Warm-Up Game

The Indian cricket team will play their sole warm-up match against Bangladesh.

The match is scheduled for June 1 at 8 PM IST at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium. Disney/Hotstar holds exclusive rights for the tournament and only a few warm up matches will be televised. Fans can watch India’s warm-up match against Bangladesh on TV on Star Sports Network. The same match will have a live streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

Only two games will have a live broadcast. The West Indies-Australia and India-Bangladesh matches will be available for live streaming and broadcast. Fans can watch India’s warm-up match against Bangladesh on TV on Star Sports Network and on Disney+Hotstar.

Warm-up matches provide a glimpse into each team’s form, player fitness, and tactical approach. Expect surprises, standout performances, and perhaps a few upsets.

The warm-up matches will be held at various venues across the USA and the West Indies. Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium in Texas, Broward County Stadium in Florida, Queen’s Park Oval, and Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad and Tobago will host the 16 warm-up matches before the T20 World Cup

While warm-up matches don’t count towards the official standings, they set the tone for the main event. Teams will aim to build momentum and gain confidence.

T20 World Cup Warm-up Matches Full Schedule-

May 27:

– Canada vs Nepal at 9 PM IST

May 28:

– Oman vs Papua New Guinea at 12:30 AM IST

– Namibia vs Uganda at 4:30 AM IST

– Sri Lanka vs Netherlands at 8 PM IST

– Bangladesh vs USA at 9 PM IST

May 29:

– Australia vs Namibia at 4:30 AM IST

– Afghanistan vs Oman at 10:30 PM IST

May 30:

– Scotland vs Uganda at 8 PM IST

– Nepal vs USA at 9 PM IST

May 31:

– Namibia vs Papua New Guinea at 12:30 AM IST

– Netherlands vs Canada at 1 AM IST

– West Indies vs Australia at 4:30 AM IST

– Ireland vs Sri Lanka at 8 PM IST

– Scotland vs Afghanistan at 8 PM IST

June 1:

– India vs Bangladesh at 8 PM IST

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