Men's T20 World Cup Super 8s schedule, fixtures, format, times, results, points & venues (2024)

The ninth edition of the Men's T20 World Cup takes place between 2-29 June in the United States and the West Indies. Here's the full schedule:

27 First semi-final: South Africa v Afghanistan (Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago)

South Africa won by nine wickets

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27 Second semi-final: India v England (Providence Stadium, Guyana)

India won by 68 runs

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29 Final: South Africa v India (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

India won by seven runs

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Group 1: India, Australia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh

Group 2: USA, England, West Indies, South Africa

June

19 USA v South Africa (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

South Africa won by 18 runs

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20 England v West Indies (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

England won by eight wickets

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20 Afghanistan v India (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

India won by 47 runs

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21 Australia v Bangladesh (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

Australia won by 28 runs (DLS method)

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21 England v South Africa (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

South Africa won by seven runs

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22 USA v West Indies (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

West Indies won by nine wickets

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22 India v Bangladesh (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

India won by 50 runs

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23 Afghanistan v Australia (Arnos Vale Playing Field, St Vincent)

Afghanistan won by 21 runs

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23 USA v England (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

England won by 10 wickets

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24 West Indies v South Africa (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

South Africa won by three wickets (DLS method)

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24 Australia v India (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

India won by 24 runs

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25 Afghanistan v Bangladesh (Arnos Vale Playing Field, St Vincent)

Afghanistan won by 8 runs (DLS method)

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Group A: Canada, *India (A1), Ireland, *Pakistan (A2), USA

Group B: *Australia (B2), *England (B1), Namibia, Oman, Scotland

Group C: Afghanistan, *New Zealand (C1), Papua New Guinea, Uganda, *West Indies (C2)

Group D: Bangladesh, Nepal, Netherlands, *South Africa (D1), *Sri Lanka (D2)

*seeded teams, who will retain their seeding if they qualify for the Super 8s, whether they finish first or second

June

2 United States v Canada (Grand Prairie Stadium, Texas)

USA won by seven wickets

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2 West Indies v Papua New Guinea (Guyana National Stadium, Guyana)

West Indies won by five wickets

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3 Namibia v Oman (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

Match tied - Namibia won super over

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3 Sri Lanka v South Africa (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

South Africa won by six wickets

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4 Afghanistan v Uganda (Guyana National Stadium, Guyana)

Afghanistan won by 125 runs

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4 England v Scotland (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

No result - match abandoned

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4 Netherlands v Nepal (Grand Prairie Stadium, Texas)

Netherlands won by six wickets

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5 India v Ireland (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

India won by eight wickets

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6 Papua New Guinea v Uganda (Guyana National Stadium, Guyana)

Uganda won by three wickets

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6 Australia v Oman (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

Australia won by 39 runs

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6 United States v Pakistan (Grand Prairie Stadium, Texas)

Match tied - USA won super over

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6 Namibia v Scotland (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

Scotland won by five wickets

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7 Canada v Ireland (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

Canada won by 12 runs

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8 New Zealand v Afghanistan (Guyana National Stadium, Guyana)

Afghanistan won by 84 runs

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8 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (Grand Prairie Stadium, Texas)

Bangladesh won by two wickets

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8 Netherlands v South Africa (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

South Africa won by four wickets

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8 Australia v England (Kensington Oval, Barbados)

Australia won by 36 runs

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9 West Indies v Uganda (Guyana National Stadium, Guyana)

West Indies won by 134 runs

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9 India v Pakistan (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

India won by six runs

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9 Oman v Scotland (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

Scotland won by seven wickets

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10 South Africa v Bangladesh (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

South Africa won by four runs

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11 Pakistan v Canada (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

Pakistan won by seven wickets

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12 Sri Lanka v Nepal (Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, Florida)

No result - match abandoned

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12 Australia v Namibia (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

Australia won by nine wickets

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12 United States v India (Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York)

India won by seven wickets

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13 West Indies v New Zealand (Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago)

West Indies won by 13 runs

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13 Bangladesh v Netherlands (Arnos Vale Playing Field, St. Vincent)

Bangladesh won by 25 runs

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13 England v Oman (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

England won by eight wickets

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14 Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea (Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago)

Afghanistan won by seven wickets

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14 United States v Ireland (Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, Florida)

No result - match abandoned

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15 South Africa v Nepal (Arnos Vale Playing Field, St. Vincent)

South Africa won by one run

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15 New Zealand v Uganda (Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago)

New Zealand won by nine wickets

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15 India v Canada (Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, Florida)

No result - match abandoned

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15 Namibia v England (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua)

England won by 41 runs (DLS method)

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16 Australia v Scotland (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

Australia won by five wickets

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16 Pakistan v Ireland (Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, Florida)

Pakistan won by seven wickets

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17 Bangladesh v Nepal (Arnos Vale Playing Field, St. Vincent)

Bangladesh won by 21 runs

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17 Sri Lanka v Netherlands (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

Sri Lanka won by 83 runs

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17 New Zealand v Papua New Guinea (Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago)

New Zealand won by seven wickets

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18 West Indies v Afghanistan (Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia)

West Indies won by 104 runs

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