General News | 29th January 2009

ICC World Twenty20 Tickets Now On Sale

A second wave of tickets for June's ICC World Twenty20 have gone on sale today.

The tournament, co-hosted at Trent Bridge, begins at Lord's on Friday 5th June with the finals of the men's and women's tournaments taking place on Sunday 21st June.

Trent Bridge will host 11 tournament fixtures including a men's and women's semi-final on Friday 19th June.

To buy tickets, click here to log on to www.ICC-CRICKET.com or phone 0844 847 2020.

Tournament Fixtures

Group Stage

Group A – India (A1), Bangladesh (A2), Ireland
Group B – Pakistan (B1), England (B2), Netherlands
Group C – Australia (C1), Sri Lanka (C2), West Indies
Group D – New Zealand (D1), South Africa (D2), Scotland

Friday 5 June
1730-2030 – England v Netherlands (Lord’s)

Saturday 6 June
1000-1300 – New Zealand v Scotland (The Oval)
1330-1630 – Australia v West Indies (The Oval)
1730-2030 – India v Bangladesh (Trent Bridge)

Sunday 7 June
1330-1630 – South Africa v Scotland (The Oval)
1730-2030 – England v Pakistan (The Oval)

Monday 8 June
1330–1630 – Ireland v Bangladesh (Trent Bridge)
1730–2030 – Australia v Sri Lanka (Trent Bridge)

Tuesday 9 June

1330-1630 – Pakistan v Netherlands (Lord’s)
1730-2030 – New Zealand v South Africa (Lord’s)

Wednesday 10 June
1330-1630 – Sri Lanka v West Indies (Trent Bridge)

1730-2030 – India v Ireland (Trent Bridge)

Super Eights Stage

Group E – India or Ireland (A1), England or Netherlands (B2), Australia or West Indies (C1), South Africa or Scotland (D2)

Group F – Bangladesh or Ireland (A2), Pakistan or Netherlands (B1), Sri Lanka or West Indies (C2), New Zealand or Scotland (D1)

Thursday 11 June
1330–1630 – New Zealand or Scotland (D1) v Bangladesh or Ireland (A2) (Trent Bridge)
1730–2030 – England or Netherlands (B2) v South Africa or Scotland (D2) (Trent Bridge)

Friday 12 June
1330-1630 – Pakistan or Netherlands (B1) v Sri Lanka or West Indies (C2) (Lord’s)
1730-2030 – India or Ireland (A1) v Australia or West Indies (C1) (Lord’s)

Saturday 13 June
1330-1630 – Australia or West Indies (C1) v South Africa or Scotland (D2) (The Oval)
1730-2030 – New Zealand or Scotland (D1) v Pakistan or Netherlands (B1) (The Oval)

Sunday 14 June
1330-1630 – Bangladesh or Ireland (A2) v Sri Lanka or West Indies (C2) (Lord’s)
1730-2030 – India or Ireland (A1) v England or Netherlands (B2) (Lord’s)

Monday 15 June
1330-1630 – Pakistan or Netherlands (B1) v Bangladesh or Ireland (A2) (The Oval)
1730-2030 – England or Netherlands (B2) v Australia or West Indies (C1) (The Oval)

Tuesday 16 June
1330-1630 – New Zealand or Scotland (D1) v Sri Lanka or West Indies (C2) (Trent Bridge)
1730-2030 – South Africa or Scotland (D2) v India or Ireland (A1) (Trent Bridge)

Semi-Finals

Thursday 18 June
1330-1630 – Women’s Semi-Final – Winner of Group A v Runner-up of Group B (Trent Bridge)
1730-2030 – Men’s Semi-Final – Winner of Group E v Runner-up of Group F (Trent Bridge)

Friday 19 June
1330-1630 – Women’s Semi-Final – Winner of Group B v Runner-up of Group A (The Oval)
1730-2030 – Men’s Semi-Final – Winner of Group F v Runner-up of Group E (The Oval)

Finals

Sunday 21 June
1000-1300 – Women’s Final (Lord’s)
1500-1800 – Men’s Final (Lord’s)

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