Today T20 World Cup Match Stadium

Last Modified Oct 03, 2023 20:17 IST

In which stadium today's T20 World Cup 2022 match is happening?

Date (Time)MatchStadium
14th November, 2021 (19:30 IST)NZ vs AUSDubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai (Pitch history)

After India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, West Indies, England and South Africa, the T20 World Cup has reached the Australia gear up to host the 2022 T20 World Cup.

Many fans will have a doubt in their minds, and that is, which are the venues for the T20 World Cup 2022. Also, most importantly, quite a few members will be interested to know the T20 World Cup Match Stadium for today’s match.

The 2022 T20 World Cup will begin on October 16 at the Kardinia Park Stadium in Geelong. For the first time ever. The best thing is the home team will also be in action.

Kardinia Park Stadium is the only one T20 World Cup Match Stadium from Geelong. The other six venues are The Gabba, Adelaide Oval, Bellerive Oval, Perth Stadium, Sydney Cricket Ground and the Melbourne Cricket Ground are the other six T20 World Cup match stadiums.

Check out Today ODI World Cup Match Stadium here.

In today’s time, knowing the T20 World Cup match stadium is very important because most cricket fans play fantasy cricket. They need to know the pitch history and understand which players will perform well at the given venue. Also, they need to have an idea about the pace vs spin success and pick their bowlers accordingly in their fantasy teams on the official fantasy game as well as platforms like Dream11.

This type of information and updates are provided on SportsKeeda by analysts and cricket experts who study the last few games held at the T20 World Cup Match Stadium. They also analyze the players’ performance at the stadium and their record against their opponents. Our experts provide fantasy cricket tips on all T20 World Cup matches this year. Having provided accurate results in the past, they will continue the good work in the 2022 T20 World Cup too. Do check out SportsKeeda’s fantasy articles before every game in the 2022 edition of the ICC T20 World Cup.