T20 World Cup Schedule

T20 World Cup Schedule cricket Tournament will start on Mar 16, 2014 in Bangladesh. The last match of the tournament will be held on Apr 6, 2014.

Cricket World Cup Schedule

T20 is the most popular form of cricket these days. That’s because it provides more entertainment than other forms of the game. The players look to hit just fours and sixes in T20s and that’s what the fans want to see. The other reason why the T20 matches are so popular is that they get over in just 3 and half hours. You don’t need to spend too much of your valuable time in watching them.

The biggest T20 event that is organized by the international cricket council is the T20 World Cup. It takes place after a gap of two years. It was organized last in Sri Lanka in 2012. That edition was won by West Indies. They had won it by beating the hosts in the final. The next T20 World cup will take place in another subcontinent nation i.e. Bangladesh next year. The T20 World Cup 2014 schedule will be a bit different from that of the earlier versions. In the earlier versions, there used to be a group stage and a super 8 round before the knockouts. But, the T20 World Cup 2014 fixtures will not be played on the basis of that format. The T20 World Cup 2014 schedule includes a qualifying round and a super 10 round.

The T20 World Cup 2014 time table would not be awkward for the Indian viewers because there is not much difference between the standard times of India and Bangladesh. There is just half an hour time difference between India and Bangladesh. So, the timing of the T20 World Cup 2014 fixtures would be comfortable for the Indian viewers.
The subcontinent teams would be the strongest contenders to win the T20 World Cup 2014. They have got the idea how to bat on slow tracks and they have got the right kind of bowling combination as well for those kinds of tracks. So, it should not be surprising if a subcontinent team becomes the champion of the T20 World Cup 2014.


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