While the group stage matches of the marquee event will be held from Sunday (October 16) to Friday (October 21), the Super 12 stage will get underway on Saturday (October 22).
In the opener of the Super 12 stage, reigning champions and hosts Australia will take on New Zealand in a blockbuster clash. The tournament will get underway with round 1 group stage double-headers at the Kardinia Park in Geelong.
Meanwhile, India will once again begin their campaign with a mouthwatering clash against arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday (October 23). After crashing out in the previous edition of the T20 World Cup, Rohit Sharma-led India will look to make amends and get their tournament off to a winning start.
In round 1 group stage, eight teams divided into two groups will play in single round-robin matches. The group winner and runner up will progress to the Super 12 stage.
The Super 12 stage, which will get underway on October 22, will conclude on November 6. The semifinals of the marquee event will be held on November 9 and 10, while the final will be held on November 13.
Here, mykhel brings you the live updates of T20 World Cup 2022:
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England become the first men’s side to hold both the 50-over and T20 World Cups at the same time. It was Eoin Morgan in 2019 and in 2022 his immediate successor Jos Buttler taken England to another world cup glory.
ENGLAND WIN!!! Ben Stokes – the hero of #CWC19 Final – has done it for England Cricket in T20 World Cup Final with a 5-wicket win at MCG. Stokes has redeemed himself from that agony in 2016 when he was hit for four SIXES by Carlos Brathwaite at Eden Gardens.
Scores levelled! Fifty for Ben Stokes – his maiden T20I half-century – and the man of big occasions has once again delivered for England.
Wicket! Moeen Ali has been clean bowled by Mohammad Wasim Jr. Brilliant yorker from the pacer and the southpaw gets an inside edge. England – 132/5 in 18.2 overs
End of the 18th over bowled by Haris Rauf. England reach 131/4 in 18 overs, need 7 off 12 balls.
Four! Moeen Ali gets a boundary over the keeper’s head and England are cruising. They need 12 off 18 balls now. 26 runs have been scored in the last 8 balls.
Four, Four! Moeen Ali hits back-to-back boundaries off Wasim.
SIX!! Stokes hits a flat maximum over long-off and he releases the pressure. England reach 110/4 in 16 overs
Four! Boundary for Stokes
Shaheen Afridi walks off the field reluctantly after bowling just 1 ball as he’s not feeling 100 per cent. Iftikhar Ahmed will finish the over.
After 15 overs, England reach 97/4, they need 41 off 30 balls in the run chase. Pakistan need wicket. Shaheen Afridi is brought in the attack
After 14 overs, England reach 89 for the loss of 4 wickets. This game is far from over. Pakistan are well and truly in the hunt. England need 49 off 36 balls.
Shadab Khan is now the leading wicket-taker for Pakistan in T20Is, beating Shahid Afridi’s 97. Has a batting SR of 143.80.Only Shahid Afridi has a higher SR for Pak (20+ inns)
Wicket! Harry Brook (20) gives a simple catch to Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan gets the breakthrough. England – 84/4 in 12.3 overs. Pakistan bowlers have kept themselves in the hunt.
Another tidy over from Naseem Shah as three came off it. England – 84/3
At the end of 10 overs, England reach 77/3. They need 61 off 60 balls. Fasten your seat belts, the next 10 overs are also going to be thrilling.
Another good over from Pakistan’s point of view. Haris Rauf gets the big wicket of Buttler in that over and conceded 6 off it. England – 49/3 in 6 overs. This is a proper contest between bat and ball.
Four! Harry Brook times the ball nicely towards long-on and gets a boundary off Rauf.
Wicket! Jos Buttler (26) edged and Rizwan takes it comfortably. Haris Rauf gets another wicket. The England captain has to depart early in the big final. They are three down for 45 in 5.3 overs. Pakistan have made the early inroads at the MCG!
SIX!! After a few play and a misses, Jos Buttler attempts a scoop shot off Naseem Shah and he gets a maximum to release some pressure.
Superb over from Rauf! He concedes just 4 off it and picked up the wicket of Phil Salt. He didn’t gave away any after that four on the first ball. Crowd at MCG has come to alive with two early English wickets.
Wicket! Haris Rauf strikes early and Phil Salt (10) gives a simple catch to Iftikhar at mid-wicket. England – 32/2 in 3.3 overs. Pakistan have picked up two wickets in the powerplay. This is just the start Pakistan wanted as they’ve dismissed to dangerous batters.
Four! Haris Rauf has been introduced into the attack by captain Babar Azam and Phil Salt gets a boundary over long-on.
Another eventful over from Shaheen Afridi came to an end. 7 came off it and England reach 28/1 in 3 overs.
Not Out! Pakistan go upstairs to review the LBW appeal against Phil Salt. Afridi hit a low full toss at Salt and appealed immediately but the umpire wasn’t interested. Babar went upstairs to review and it turned out to be Umpire’s Call.
An expensive first over from Naseem Shah as he conceded 14 runs. Jos Buttler hit him for back-to-back boundaries and Phil Salt also got a four! England – 21/1 in 2 overs
England lose their first wicket early as Alex Hales was bowled by Shaheen Afridi for 1 in the first over. Another fine start for the left-arm pacer. England – 7/1 in 1 over
Clinical effort in death overs! England conceded just 18 runs and picked 4 wickets in the last 4 overs. It was a collapse of staggering proportions for Pakistan as they lost 7 wickets for 55 runs in the last 9 overs. Only two boundaries in the last 5 overs.
End of the innings! Pakistan post 137/8 in 20 overs after being put in to bat first. Disciplined effort from England with the ball and in the field. Jos Buttler and his band needs 138 to be crowned champions.
Wicket! After playing two dot balls in a row, Mohammad Waseem Jr (4) attempts a big shot get caught at mid-on by Livingstone and Jordan gets another. Pakistan – 131/8 in 19.3 overs.
Pakistan reach 131/7 in 19 overs! Sam Curran – who is England’s leading wicket-taker – finishes his quota of 4 overs with 3/12.