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T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 Live Scores, Schedule, Squads, Points, TV Guide

T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 Live Scores, Schedule, Squads, Points Table, Live Streaming & TV Channel

T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018is scheduled to be held in India from November 23 to November 30 at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Stadium and Bilaspur Cricket Ground. Eight countries including Afghanistan, England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, South Africa, and the host India to participate in the tournament. Hosts India will face South Africa in the opening game of the Deaf ICC Twenty20 World Cup, starting Nov. 26.

The eight teams will be divided into two groups and each team will play three matches in the group stage. Top two teams from each group will progress to the semifinals.

Star Sports to broadcast live coverage of T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Bhutan, and Bangladesh) countries, All matches streamed live on Hotstar digital platform (Website, App).

  • Event to be held in association between Deaf Cricket Society (DCS) affiliated to the Deaf
    International Cricket Council (Deaf ICC)
  • Eight-day tournament with 200 players participating from 8 nations

For the first time since becoming one of the top cricket playing nations, India will host the Deaf ICC T20 World Cup in November this year. The tournament will be hosted by the Deaf Cricket Society (DCS), the Apex Body governing, promoting and organizing Cricket for the deaf in India, that is affiliated to the Deaf International Cricket Council (Deaf ICC).

The World Cup T 20 will see participation of teams from as many as 8 countries, over a nine day period and over 200 players vying for the top honours of being the World T20 champions. The tournament is being held between 23 November and 30 November 2018 in the Gurugram area of the National Capital Region. The countries participating include England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, South Africa, apart from host India.

The tournament includes an opening and closing ceremony, as well as four matches a day over the eight day period. Eight teams will be divided into two groups and each team will play three matches in the group Stage. Two teams from each group will qualify for the Semi-Finals.

Sri Lanka Squad: Rajitha Asanka, Asanka Manjula, Tharaka Sampath, Sumudu Lanka (vc), GL Malkam (c), Ushan Lakshitha, Tharindra Wimalaweera, J Tharanga, Dinuka Sachin, Goyum Shanka, Nuwan Hasaranga, Udaya Lakmal and Lakshan Fernando, Chamara Dilshan

Australia Squad: Andrew Park, Austin Anish Phillip, Kurt Williams, Adam Wood, Justin Millard, Luke Trudgett, Sean Walsh, Blake Pendlebury, Callum Asbury, Zac King, Cameron Wilson, David Melling, James Johnson, Shahrukh Syed

Afghanistan Squad: TBA

England Squad: TBA

Nepal Squad: TBA

Bangladesh Squad: TBA

South Africa Squad: TBA

India Squad: TBA

T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 Points Table, Team Standings

T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 Points table for the tournament shall be compiled by Deaf Cricket Society (DCS), below full information of points provided on different situation. T20 Deaf Cricket World Cup 2018 standings will be updated daily after match result with net run rate to know which four teams are leading to the race of the semi-finals (playoff).

  • 2 points awarded for each match won
  • 1 point per team taking part in any match with no result and any match which is tied (super over not possible or super over also tied)
  • 0 points awarded for any match lost

Points Table

Pos Team Match Points
1 India 0 0
2 Australia
0 0
3 Afghanistan
0
0
4 Nepal 0 0
5 Bangladesh
0 0
6 South Africa
0 0
7 England 0 0
8 Sri Lanka
0 0
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