T20 World Cup Semifinal Schedule

T20 World Cup Semifinal Schedule

T20 World Cup Semifinal Schedule: T20 World Cup 2024 Super 8 Stage is also over. The four teams that have reached the semifinals have been decided. See which team will play in the semifinals with whom and when.

T20 World Cup Semifinal Schedule: The T20 World Cup has reached the semifinal stage. After the completion of 52 matches of League and Super 8 together, four of the 20 teams are left in the semifinals. Finally, on Tuesday (June 25), Afghanistan reached the semis by defeating Bangladesh. And let’s see who is going to face whom in these four teams.

T20 World Cup Semifinal Schedule

It is known that some unexpected results have been recorded in the league and Super 8 stage of the T20 World Cup 2024. The Afghanistan team first shocked New Zealand in the league stage and Australia in the Super 8 and reached a World Cup semifinal for the first time. Pakistan’s defeat at the hands of the USA is also another sensation. With that defeat, Pakistan went home in the league stage itself.

Now India, South Africa, England, and Afghanistan have joined the semi-finals. India and Afghanistan from Group 1 of Super 8. South Africa and England from Group 2 entered the Final 4. Now in the first semi-finals, Afghanistan, who came second in Group 1, will face South Africa, who came top in Group 2.

The match starts at 6 am IST on Thursday (June 27). India and England will meet in the second semi-final. This match will also be played in Guyana on Thursday (June 27) at 8 pm. India is supposed to play in the first semis. Considering India’s timing, the ICC has already released the schedule to play the second match if India reaches the semis.

The records of the semis teams are as follows

Now let’s have a look at the records of the four teams who are facing each other in the semifinals. South Africa and Afghanistan, who will meet in the first semi-finals, have met twice in the T20 World Cup so far. In 2010 and 2016, Safari won both times. Now entering the ring as a hot favorite, there is no doubt that the team will not take the Afghan team, which has shocked teams like New Zealand and Australia, easily.

If you look at the records of India and England who will face each other in the second semi-final, these two teams have met six times in the previous T20 World Cups. India won four of these matches and England won two. The last time they played in the semifinals of the 2022 World Cup. India lost. This will boost England’s confidence. But this time another special thing is that a team that has not won the T20 World Cup so far in the form of South Africa and Afghanistan is going to enter the final.