Australia Matches Schedule For T20 World Cup 2022 [Australian Time]

Get complete detail of the T20 world cup 2022 Australian team matches, i.e when they will be played, where they will be played, what will be the time, etc. All of the details will be presented here in this article.

As per T20 World Cup 2022 Schedule all matches will be played in Round Robin Format so Every team is going to play 5 Group Matches before Semi-Finals & Finals. So is the case with Australia, they will be playing 5 matches against New Zealand, Group A Winner, England, Group B Runner-Up, and Afghanistan.

Matches Detail:

Let’s begin with the 1st match that Australia will play in the ICC T20 world cup 2022. Australia will play its first match on Oct 22, Saturday against New Zealand. The time of the match is 06:00 PM (Australia Time). The match will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.

The second match of Australia is the 19th match of the world cup and this match will be played against Group A Winner on Oct 25, Tuesday at 07:00 PM (Local). This match will be played at Perth Stadium, Perth.

Third match is the 26th match of 2022 world cup which will be played against England on Oct 28, Friday at 07:00 PM (Local). This match will be played at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne.

The fourth match of Australia is against Group B Runner-Up on Oct 31, Monday at 06:00 PM (Local). This match will occur at The Gabba, Brisbane.

Australia will play its 5th match against Afghanistan, on Nov 04, Friday. The time of the match is 06:30 PM (Local). This match will be played at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.

Here are ICC Cricket World Cup 2022 Australian Team Matches Fixtures:

Oct 22, Sat
Australia vs New Zealand 06:00 PM
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
2 Oct 25, Tue Australia vs Group A Winner 07:00 PM Perth Stadium, Perth
3 Oct 28, Fri Australia vs England 07:00 PM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
4 Oct 31, Mon Australia vs Group B Runner-Up 06:00 PM The Gabba, Brisbane
5 Nov 04, Fri Australia vs Afghanistan 06:30 PM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
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