India not to face Pakistan in a group phase as ICC reveals global T20 2020 plans

India's Virat Kohli team will take over South Africa on October 24th at the ICC T20 2020 kick-off world to be held from 18 to 15 November in Australia.

The Group of India is placed in Group Two along with groups such as England South Africa, Afghanistan and two, which must be confirmed, the groups selected.

Group 1 includes Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, New Zealand and two, which must be confirmed, the groups selected.

The seven city-cities of the world T20 in Australia are Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and Gelong.

The opening day of the men's event will include Sri Lanka 2014 champions in the first action at Kardinia Park, Geelong on October 18, as they launch their campaign to advance to the Super 12 stadium.

While the first semifinal will be held at Sydney Cricket Ground, the second semifinal will be hosted by Adelaide Oval.

The final match, like the Women's World T20, will be held in Melbourne.

Here are the complete plans of India:

October 24: India vs South Africa in Perth

October 29: India vs A2 (team has not decided yet) in Melbourne

November 1: India vs England in Melbourne

November 5: India vs B1 (team not decided yet) in Adelaide

November 8: India vs. Afghanistan in Sydney

For the first time, the T20 Women and Men World Cup will be held as independent events at the same time in the same country.

In this, ICC chief David Richardson said: "Whenever we organize an event in Australia, we know that we can guarantee a great show for the fans of a million cricket around the world. , well-known fans and exciting cricket – this is the perfect combination for a T20 World Cup and in 2020 we take a step forward with two T20 World Cups in one year. "

"Running two T20 World Cup finals at the world's largest cricket stadium in front of 92,000 people with hundreds of millions more watching the world is a very exciting prospect as we look to raise our fans around the world and make the year of cricket, "he added.