Hosts Australia will go up against Pakistan’s men and India’s ladies for the opening apparatuses of the Twenty20 World Cups in 2020, coordinators said Tuesday as the draw for the competitions was declared.
Ten ladies’ groups will play in 23 matches from February 21 to March 8, with reigning victors Australia to conflict with India in the opening amusement in Sydney.
The men’s opposition, from October 18 to November 15, will include a few passing matches previously Australia commences the Super 12 gather stages on October 24 against best positioned Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Australia, Pakistan, the West Indies, New Zealand and two qualifiers make up one side of the draw, with protecting victors the Windies beginning their title safeguard against the Black Caps on October 25.
India, England, South Africa and Afghanistan and two qualifiers make up the opposite side of the draw.
For the ladies’ installations, four-time victors Australia are in Group A with New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka and one qualifier, while West Indies and 2009 bosses England join South Africa, Pakistan and a second passing group.
The ladies’ last will be played on March 8 to harmonize with International Women’s Day, and the men’s last will be hung on November 15.