INTERNATIONAL CRICKET SCHEDULE 2020
We have compiled full Calendar of International Cricket to be take place in year 2020.
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New Zealand Tour of Australia (Test Series) – Dec 2019/ Jan 2020
If you want to look at Trans-Tasman rivalry than it had started between the two neighboring countries Australia & New Zealand in 1945 and can be classified as one of the oldest in cricketing history.
17 of the 23 complete series between the two teams have been named as Trans-Tasman Trophy and it started since 1985-86, before that 06 series were played without being named as Trans-Tasman trophy.
If you look at overall record between the two teams than Australia have clear dominance over the KIWI’s by winning 32 of the 58 test matches played and losing only 8 test matches while remaining 18 test matches resulting in draw but it is only in last few decades that this rivalry is more talked about. New Zealand which was once considered as under dogs now becoming a fruitful force and now offer fearsome challenge to ever settled Australia in test matches.
Current series will be played in Australia where New Zealand had only managed to win 3 test matches in the past in 32 attempts which shows Australia’s upper hand in their own backyard, just like the authority they have showed in overall record between the two teams.
Currently #2 ranked in ICC test rankings New Zealand has a chance to improve their show against the Australian side which is currently placed at #5 in ICC test rankings.
Kane Williamson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Trent Boult are the players to be watch out for as they all have the abilities to turn game on its head.
|12 – 16 Dec, 2020||1st Test||Australia vs. New Zealand||Perth||Day/Night|
|26 – 30 Dec, 2019||2nd Test||Australia vs. New Zealand||Melbourne||Day|
|03-07 Jan, 2020||3rd Test||Australia vs. New Zealand||Sydney||Day|
England Tour of South Africa (Test, ODI, T20I’s) – Dec 2019 /Jan 2020
England will tour South Africa in an attempt retain their authority over Basil D’Oliveria which is being played between two of the oldest cricketing nations since 2004-05 where as South Africa will be contesting to regain the trophy which they last won in 2012.
England tour to South Africa 2019-20 will also mark the 150th test between the two nations. In previous 149 encounters England have won 61 test matches whereas South Africa managed to record 33 test wins against England as 55 test matches yielded no result between the two teams.
Much on stake as both teams having 102 points in ICC test rankings but South Africa placed at 3rd spot where as England is at 04th slot.
Just like overall record England maintains its dominance over the Proteas in the matches took place in South Africa by winning 31 out of the 81 test matches and losing only during 127 years of rich history between the two nations which started way back in 1889.
In ODI cricket South Africa have the upper hand as it has won 29 of the 60 ODI’s played and lost 27 times. World Champions England have chance to increase their win percentage because of current dip in South Africa’s form due to team combination and management issues.
In 15 T20I’s played between South Africa and England both teams have registered 08 & 06 wins respectively whereas one T20I ended in no result.
Players like Kagiso Rabada, Faf Du Plesis, Stuart Broad and Joe Root can play decisive roles to determine the fate of their teams.
|26 -30 Dec, 2019||1st Test||South Africa vs. England||Centurion||Day|
|03-07 Jan, 2020||2nd Test||South Africa vs. England||Cape Town||Day|
|16-20 Jan, 2020||3rd Test||South Africa vs. England||Port Elizabeth||Day|
|24 – 28 Jan, 2020||4th Test||South Africa vs. England||Johannesburg||Day|
|04 February 2020||1st ODI||South Africa vs. England||Cape Town||Day/Night|
|07 February 2020||2nd ODI||South Africa vs. England||Durban||Day|
|12 February 2020||1st T20I||South Africa vs. England||East London||Night|
|14 February 2020||2nd T20I||South Africa vs. England||Durban||Day|
|16 February 2020||3rd T20I||South Africa vs. England||Centurion||Night|
Ireland Tour of West Indies (ODI & T20I) – Jan 2020
Ireland will tour the Caribbean Island’s in January 2020 to compete with the host West Indies in limited over formats of the game.
Overall 09 One Day Internationals took place between the two sides previously where West Indies came out victorious on 7 occasions and 01 match yielded no result. Ireland registered their lone win against West Indies during ICC cricket World Cup 2015 round match when they stunned the one of the fearsome cricketing force of the past by chasing down the target of 306 runs with such ease that there were more than 4 overs remained in spare.
Out of the 04 T20I’s matches against the two time ICC T20 world Cup winner, Ireland has also registered one win with two loses.
West Indies showing upward trend in their progress on the cricketing field starting to find winning track under new leadership of Keiron Pollard and this upcoming series will not be easy for Ireland which also has new leadership in wicket keeper batsman Andy Balbarine who replaced William Porterfield and Gary Wilson as ODI & T20I captain.
Fresh blood like Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, and Sheldon Cotterel has provided new dimension to West Indies cricket under Phil Simmons who was reinstated as coach for West Indies after new management took over at WICB.
On the other hand experienced players likes of Gary Wilson, Andy Balbarine and Kevin O’brien will be looking for support from the other players to create some interest in the competition in the Island’s during the upcoming series.
|07-Jan-20||1st ODI||West Indies vs. Ireland||Barbados||Day/Night|
|09-Jan-20||2nd ODI||West Indies vs. Ireland||Barbados||Day/Night|
|12-Jan-20||3rd ODI||West Indies vs. Ireland||Grenada||Day|
|15-Jan-20||1st T20I||West Indies vs. Ireland||Grenada||Day|
|19-Jan-20||2nd T20I||West Indies vs. Ireland||St. Kitts||Day/Night|
|20-Jan-20||3rd T20I||West Indies vs. Ireland||St. Kitts||Day/Night|
Sri Lanka Tour of India (T20I) – Jan 2020
Sri Lanka tour to India for T20I’s will commenced in first week of January, 2020. Short tour comprising of three T20I’s will take place inside 05 days.
With team India continuing its red hot form during 2019 and Sri Lanka is still not settled since retirement of Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakara, India will start this series as favorites but as the nature of game especially in the shortest format one cannot write off opposition and the team which plays better cricket on given day can create upsets by overcoming the powers of competitors.
As history suggest India had won 11 of the 16 T20I played between the two sides on the other hand Sri Lanka only managed to win 05 games.
As both teams had been crowned as World Champions in T20I cricket once and Sri Lanka beating world #1 T20I ranked side Pakistan just lately had given much needed boost to Sri Lankan cricket.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul with Deepak Chahar in bowling doubling with spinners can played important part for India if they are looking for a win against Sri Lanka. On the other hand Avishka Fernando, Kausal Perera, Thisara Perera can assist Lasith Malinga to continue their winning form before the arrival of ICC T20 Cricket World Cup T20.
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma both are neck to neck in the list of top runs scorer in T20I will be battling against Lasith Malinga who is currently listed as top wicket taker in T20I cricket worldwide.
|05 January 2020||1st T20I||India vs. Sri Lanka||Guwahati||Night|
|07 January 2020||2nd T20I||India vs. Sri Lanka||Indore||Day|
|10 January 2020||3rd T20I||India vs. Sri Lanka||Pune||Day|
India Tour of New Zealand (Test, ODI & T20I’s) – Jan/Mar 2020
India will become New Zealand’s guest for full fledge tour comprising of 05 T20I’s, 03 One Day Internationals and 02 Test matches between Jan to March, 2020.
After enjoying success at home soil for major part of 2019 this will be sterner test for team India to compete against the ever improving host New Zealand.
India’s overseas record improved by leaps and bounces over the past few years and especially under Virat Kohli they have performed well and showed fight against the odds despite miserable history as a visitor especially while touring Australia, England and New Zealand.
Both teams have came across each other 57 times in longest format of the game, New Zealand won 10 and India winning 21 test matches. New Zealand win percentage against India at home soil increases as they won 8 and lost 5 test matches out of the 23 test matches played on KIWI soil.
India has won 55 of the 107 encounters against New Zealand in One Day Internationals. In One Day Internationals both team faced each other 39 times in New Zealand and host came out victorious 22 times as India only managed 14 wins against KIWI’s.
Some interesting facts came out if we dig T20I past record between the two nations. India have won 8 out of the 11 T20I played between the two sides. All of New Zealand 03 win T20I wins against India came at home soil. Out of the 05 T20I matches in New Zealand India has manage only one win against the hosts.
|24 January 2020||T20I||New Zealand vs India||Auckland||Day/Night|
|26 January 2020||T20I||New Zealand vs India||Auckland||Day/Night|
|29 January 2020||T20I||New Zealand vs India||Hamilton||Day/Night|
|31 January 2020||T20I||New Zealand vs India||Wellington||Day/Night|
|02 February 2020||T20I||New Zealand vs India||Mount Maunganui||Day/Night|
|05 February 2020||ODI||New Zealand vs India||Hamilton||Day/Night|
|08 February 2020||ODI||New Zealand vs India||Auckland||Day/Night|
|11 February 2020||ODI||New Zealand vs India||Mount Maunganui||Day/Night|
|21 – 25 Feb, 2020||1st Test||New Zealand vs India||Wellington||Day|
|29 – 04 Mar, 2020||2nd Test||New Zealand vs India||Christchurch||Day|
South Africa Tour of India (ODI) – Mar, 2020
South tour of India comprising of 03 one day internationals will start in March 2020. India vs. South Africa tour to India for one day internationals will always have some emotions attached with it as India was the country with whom South Africa played their first international match after readmission in cricket in 1991.
Since then both team have played against each other 84 times and South Africa won 46 matches against India and lost 35 times whereas 03 matches yielded no result. India have had advantage against South Africa but not by much as both teams have managed 15 & 13 win respectively while competing on Indian soil against each other.
India currently ranked #2 in ICC world rankings in ODI’s have settled unit under Virat Kohli and South African team lying at 5th place have to come up with strategy both to play against India’s bowling which is now equally strong in both spin and fast bowling departments. Batting have always been the India’s strong suit especially on home soil.
South Africa is in rebuilding phase since retirements of their premier batsmen Hashim Amla and AB De Villiers, and not has gained their full powers as strong ODI unit what once they have in their repertoire when they were at peak of their powers in 2000’s in presence of Jacques Kallis, Lance Klusener and Shaun Pollock.
|12-Mar-20||1st ODI||India vs. South Africa||Dharamshala||Day|
|15-Mar-20||2nd ODI||India vs. South Africa||Lucknow||Day|
|18-Mar-20||3rd ODI||India vs. South Africa||Kolkatta||Day|
New Zealand Tour of Australia (ODI’s) – Mar 2020
One Day International league of the New Zealand tour of Australia will take place in March 2020 when KIWI’s once again pack their bags and visit Australia for a week’s tour to play 3 one day internationals.
Just like test cricket Australia had shown complete dominance over the KIWI’s by having win ratio of 70% in the encounters between the two teams since inception of the game. 91 victories for Kangaroos against neighbors out of 137 One Day Internationals. New Zealand managed only 37 wins with win ratio of 30%.
Australia win ratio remains same as 70% when they have faced New Zealand in Australia. Winning 48 out of 62 matches played on their home soil.
Since 2004 ODI series between the two sides have been named against two greats of the game as Chappell-Hadlee trophy. Out of the four editions of Chappell-Hadlee trophy Australia remains victorious twice whereas two series ended in drawn which shows the increase in the competitiveness on the cricket filed between Australia & New Zealand.
With both teams having the services of players with abundance of talent Australian crowd will be in with a chance to witness some great cricket actions. New Zealand explosive top order with Martin Guptill, Colin Munro supported with late order hitting of Colin De Grandhome coupled with opening duo of Trent Boult and Tim Southee may not be an easy proposition for Australia as all of above mentioned players have already showed glimpses of their talent many times in International circuit.
Australias limited over specialists Aaron Finch and Alex Carey doubling with all format performers David Warner, Steve Smith & Pat Cummins will be the players to be watched out for during the series.
|13 March 2020||ODI||Australia vs. New Zealand||Sydney||Day/Night|
|15 March 2020||ODI||Australia vs. New Zealand||Sydney||Day|
|20 March 2020||ODI||Australia vs. New Zealand||Hobart||Day/Night|
Australia Tour of India (ODI) – Jan 2020
Australian team will tour India in January 2020 for 3 One Day International matches spanned over the period of just 5 days. Australia India rivalry always regarded as fierce competition in cricket world.
Especially if we see the statistical analysis of recently played matches in India between the two teams than you can expect a bigger run feast as both teams are known as batting power houses in international cricket.
Australia has managed to win more matches between the two sides if you look at the overall statistics. Out of the 137 matches between the two teams Australia lost 50 and won 77 one day international matches.
When you talked about results in India than Australia win ratio drop down to 51% as compared to 60% overall. Australia won 29 and lost 27 matches they have played against India on Indian soil.
David Warner and Aaron Finch at Australian opening slot have the talent that they can easily match Indian top order of Rohit Sharma and Shikar Dhawan. Steve Smith and Virat Kohli are already at par when you look at the talent & performance of both these players over the years in international cricket.
Only thing Australia must need to worry are India’s spin trio of Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendara Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja which in combination can bamboozled the best batting line-ups with their spinning web. Australia will also have the services of one day specialist Adam Zampa who can be a handy tool on Asian wickets that are suitable for spin bowling.
|14 January 2020||1st ODI||India vs. Australia||Mumbai||Day|
|17 January 2020||2nd ODI||India vs. Australia||Rajkot||Day|
|19 January 2020||3rd ODI||India vs. Australia||Benglauru||Day|
England Tour of Sri Lanka (Test) – Mar, 2020
Limited overs world champion England will visit Sri Lanka in March 2020 for two test series. Former world champions Sri Lanka played their first test match in 1982 almost after 100 years of England played first test match against Australia.
Despite having mediocre record overseas, Sri Lanka has almost posed threat for visiting team in Sri Lanka. Same is the case with England. England has won the 15 out of the 34 test matches played between the two sides and was on the losing end only 8 times. But the 5 out of those 8 loses came on Sri Lankan soil which shows how much fight Sri Lanka can put up at their own backyard. England secured 7 test wins in Sri Lanka out of 16 test matches.
Since retirement of Muttiah Muralitharan and Rangana Herath Sri Lanka’s power at home soil decreased a bit as they haven’t found a match wining spinner but Diluruwan Parera can be helpful in Sri Lanka and have the ability to surprise opposition.
England also lacking a proper wicket taking spinner since retirement of Graeme Swann who was inspirational in England’s success in sub-continent during early part of this decade.
Things will be even stevens during this tour and home soil can only be taken as advantage for the preparation of the series.
Players to be looked out on both side will be Dimuth Karunaratne, Dhananjaya De Silva and Kausal Mendis are the up and coming Sri Lankan batting stars in test arena, on the other hand Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer are the new torch bearers of English cricket
|19 – 23 Mar, 2020||1st Test||Sri Lanka vs. England||Galle||Day|
|27 – 31 Mar, 2020||2nd Test||Sri Lanka vs. England||Colombo||Day|
West Indies Tour of England (Test) – Jun 2020
West Indies will visit home of cricket England in June 2020 in quest of retaining the Wisden Trophy which they regain in 2018/19 after ten years.
Test series between England & West Indies named as Wisden Trophy since 1963. 27 test series had been played as Wisden trophy and West Indies came out victorious on 14 occasions whereas England won the series 9 times. Despite fall of West Indies powers since late 90’s they still have dominated England in Wisden Trophy.
Overall both teams have played 157 test matches England Won 49 and lost 57 test matches. England has edged past West Indies in test matches played in England with 34 wins and 30 loses since 1928 when both teams met first time in test cricket.
Likes of Everton Weekes, Sir Garry Sobers, Michael Holding form West Indies and Geoff Boycott, Ian Botham and Bob Willis from England had left the game long time ago but Wisden Trophy kept its action packed attraction intact over the period of time.
Contest between Brian Lara and Angus Fraser or Michael Atherton vs Curtly Ambrose is still fresh in the minds of the followers of the game. With fresh & rising talents in both teams this Wisden Trophy which is also the part of ICC test Championship will provide fearsome challenge to the two sides.
Kemar Raoch, Shai Hope, Roston Chase are the West Indian key players who can help West Indies in retaining the trophy whereas Ben Stokes, Joe root and James Anderson can assist England in regaining the Wisden Trophy at their home soil.
|04 – 08 Jun, 2020||1st Test||England vs. West Indies||London||Day|
|12 – 16 Jun, 2020||2nd Test||England vs. West Indies||Birmingham||Day|
|25 – 29 Jun, 2020||3rd Test||England vs. West Indies||Lords||Day|
Pakistan Tour of Scotland (ODI) – Jun, 2020
Pakistan will visit Scotland in Jun 2020 on their way while touring England & Wales, Pakistan will play one of one day international against the hosts. Both teams had come across each other at international level thrice in one day cricket and Pakistan has won all three matches comprehensively.
|26 Jun, 2020||Only ODI||Scotland vs. New Zealand||TBA||Day|
Pakistan Tour of Netherlands (ODI) – Jul 2020
Pakistan will tour Netherlands in July 2020 for three match ODI series before staring their tour of England. Both teams have come across each other thrice in one day internationals and Pakistan came out victorious against Netherlands in all three matches.
|04 Jul, 2020||1st ODI||Netherlands vs. Pakistan||Amstelveen||Day|
|07 Jul, 2020||2nd ODI||Netherlands vs. Pakistan||Amstelveen||Day|
|09 Jul, 2020||3rd ODI||Netherlands vs. Pakistan||Amstelveen||Day|
New Zealand Tour of West Indies (ODI & T20I’s) – Jul 2020
New Zealand will tour West Indies for limited over match series including 3 one day internationals and 2 T20I’s in July 2020.
Interestingly West Indies won both one day and T20 world cup twice in their history but their form nosedived since early 90’s on the other hand New Zealand picked up their limited over form since early 2000’s.
West Indies played against New Zealand in 65 one day internationals over all and recorded 30 wins and losing 28 times against the KIWI’s. West Indies maintained their dominance over the KIWI’s in the Caribbean Islands as well by wining 15 out of the 21 one day internationals New Zealand played against the West Indies and New Zealand have to be content with only 05 wins.
Both teams faced each other 13 times in T20I’s New Zealand wining 6 and West Indies managed to win 3 T20I’s. Both teams managed to secure win each against each other when West Indies hosted the T20I matches at their own soil.
Both teams have flamboyant batsmen in their batting lineup. Likes of Martin Guptil, Colin Munro can easily match the likes of Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyr in West Indies top order. At bowling end Tim Southee, Matt Henry and Trent Boult are much renowned and experience at international level but West Indies also have the services of young Sheldon Cottrel & Alziri Joseph in their ranks that can compete against any batting line up.
Whenever a team play in West Indies it’s like a carnival in the stands and this series will be no different with lots of action and entertainment for the crowd is guaranteed and so to for the fans watching all over the globe.
|08 Jul, 2020||1st ODI||West Indies vs. New Zealand||Antigua||Day|
|10-Jul-20||2nd ODI||West Indies vs. New Zealand||Antigua||Day|
|13 Jul, 2020||3rd ODI||West Indies vs. New Zealand||Dominica||Day|
|15 July 2020||T20I||West Indies vs. New Zealand||Dominica||Day|
|18 July 2020||T20I||West Indies vs. New Zealand||Guyana||Day|
Australia Tour of England (T20I & ODI) – Jul 2020
Australia will travel to England for T20I’s and one day internationals in early July of 2020. This will be the first face off between the two traditional rivals since England won the ICC cricket world cup 2019 at their home ground.
Australia have always been rated highly in limited over formats of the game whereas England lost their way in early 90’s and 2000’s but transformed themselves into a powerful force since start of this decade.
Both teams had played 149 ODI’s overall in which Australia win 82 matches against the Englishmen whereas England won 62 times against the Kangaroos. England has the upper hand when they faced Australia in England by winning 35 out of 70 ODI’s and losing 31 times.
Australia came out victorious in 9 out of 16 T20I’s played by two teams while England wining 6 times. Just like ODI format England have more T20I victories against Australia while playing in England. England won 4 of the 6 matches and losing only which stamped their authority over Australia in England.
England’s limited over specialist Jason Roy, Johnny Bairstow and Jos Buttler will be key for England in batting department as they have the ability to put opposition on the back foot by their on slaught.
Australia has David Warner, Aaron Finch and Glen Maxwell in their ranks to match the English fire with fire.
Both teams also have adequate bowling resources to create a good match up in English conditions which are more favorable for faster bowlers as compare to spinners.
|03 July 2020||1st T20I||England vs. Australia||Chester-Lee-Street||Day/Night|
|05 July 2020||2nd T20I||England vs. Australia||Manchester||Day/Night|
|07 July 2020||3rd T20I||England vs. Australia||Leeds||Day/Night|
|11 Jul, 2020||1st ODI||England vs. Australia||London||Day/Night|
|14 Jul, 2020||2nd ODI||England vs. Australia||Southampton||Day/Night|
|16 Jul, 2020||3rd ODI||England vs. Australia||Bristol||Day/Night|
Pakistan Tour of Ireland (T20I) – Jul 2020
Pakistan will travel to Ireland to play couple of T20I’s in Ireland. There is no rich history between the two sides other than Pakistan losing to Ireland in ICC cricket World Cup 2017 in West Indies and crashed out of the world cup in first round also Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer losing his life because of this loss.
Both nations have played only one T20i’s against each other and that too was in 2009 which Pakistan won by 39 runs.
|12 Jul, 2020||1st T20I||Ireland vs. Pakistan||TBA||Day|
|14 Jul, 2020||2nd T20I||Ireland vs. Pakistan||TBA||Day|
Ireland Tour of England (ODI) – Sep 2020
England will host Ireland for 3 one day international during September 2020.
Both teams have played against each other 8 times since Ireland getting international status. England wining 6 times and Ireland wining the only match in ICC world cup 2011 and spoiled the England party by chasing down target of 327 runs in final over of the match. Both teams faced each other twice in England and England registered easy wins both times against the Irish men
Unfortunately both teams geared up to play T20I during ICC world T20 in West Indies in 2010 but rained spoiled the Ireland hopes when they had to chase an average total to 121 runs in 20 overs but rain comes to ground for England’s rescue.
|10 Sep, 2020||1st ODI||England vs. Ireland||Nottingham||Day|
|12 Sep, 2020||2nd ODI||England vs. Ireland||Birmingham||Day|
|15 Sep, 2020||3rd ODI||England vs. Ireland||London||Day|
Pakistan Tour of England (Test & T20I) – Jul/Sep 2020
After playing matches against Scotland, Netherlands and Ireland Pakistan will eventually reach England to play 3 test matches and same number of T20I’s matches in July 2020.
Pakistan and England faced each other 83 times in test cricket overall. England wining 25 matches and Pakistan won 21 times whereas remaining 37 matches ended in draw.
Out of all the Asians teams Pakistan have the most impressive test record in Engalnd by wining 13 out of 55 test matches in England and have win% of 23.63 whereas Sri Lanka and India have win percentage of 16 & 11 respectively while playing in England.
Pakistan hasn’t lost a test series against England since 2010. Since ill fated series of 2010 marked by spot fixing scandal both teams have faced each other 4 times; twice in UAE (Pakistan’s adopted home for home series) and twice in England. Pakistan wining comprehensively in United Arab Emirates and managed to draw both series on English soil.
Both teams have played 15 T20I’s and England dominated Pakistan in shortest format of the game by wining 11 out of 15 T20I matches played between the two sides. Pakistan faced England 6 times on English soil and managed only two win and losing four T20I’s.
Yasir Shah, Babar Azam and Shaheen Shah Afridi will be key men for Pakistan if they want to maintain their streak of not losing test series in England, whereas England will be banking on likes of Joe Root, James Anderson and Jofra Archer to break the jinx of not wining test series against Pakistan.
|30 Jul – 03 Aug, 2020||1st Test||England vs. Pakistan||London||Day|
|07 – 11 Aug, 2020||2nd Test||England vs. Pakistan||Manchester||Day|
|20 – 24 Aug, 2020||3rd Test||England vs. Pakistan||Nottingham||Day|
|29 Aug, 2020||1st T20I||England vs. Pakistan||Leeds||Day/Night|
|31 Aug, 2020||2nd T20I||England vs. Pakistan||Cardiff||Day|
|02 Sep, 2020||3rd T20I||England vs. Pakistan||Southampton||Night|
South Africa Tour of West Indies (Test & T20I) – Jul/Aug 2020
West Indies will be hosting South Africa in their own back yard for two test matches and five T20I’s during July – August 2020.
South Africa visit to West Indies always have significance in history as West Indies was the first team which hosted South Africa for a test match after their readmission to international cricket in 1992 right after the completion of 1992 cricket world cup that took place in Australia and New Zealand.
It was all South Africa after that 1st test match in 1992 which West Indies won as they only managed to win 2 test matches out of next 27 matches and losing 18 to South Africa. In test matches played in West Indies, home side only managed two win and losing 6 test matches from the total of 13 test matches played between the two sides.
South Africa maintaining its superiority over West Indies even in T20I’s by winning 6 out of 10 T20I’s matches played by two teams. South Africa also winning the two T20I’s matches played by both sides in West Indies.
West Indies have fair chance to break the losing streak this time as South Africa is still in rebuilding phase and not able to find the replacements for players like Hashim Amla and AB De Villiers. On the other hand West Indies has found some good young talented players in form of Shai Hope, Shanon Gabriel and Shimron Hetmyer coupled with experience of Kemar Roach and Jason Holder has transformed this team into a competitive force at international level.
|23 – 27 Jul, 2020||1st Test||West Indies vs. South Africa||Trinidad||Day|
|31 Jul – 04 Aug, 2020||2nd Test||West Indies vs. South Africa||St. Lucia||Day|
|08 Aug, 2020||1st T20I||West Indies vs. South Africa||Flourida||Day/Night|
|09 Aug, 2020||2nd T20I||West Indies vs. South Africa||Flourida||Day/Night|
|12 Aug, 2020||3rd T20I||West Indies vs. South Africa||Jamaica||Day/Night|
|15 Aug, 2020||4th T20I||West Indies vs. South Africa||Jamaica||Day/Night|
|16 Aug, 2020||5th T20I||West Indies vs. South Africa||Jamaica||Day/Night|
T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 – Oct/Nov 2020
T20 Cricket World Cup for year 2020 will take place in Australia during October/November.
From 18th to 23rd October ten teams divided in two groups will participate in first half of the competition by playing qualifiers in order to win a spot in Super 12’s format which will be played later on.
Qualifier Group A comprises of Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, Ireland & Oman and qualifier group B includes Bangladesh, Netherlands, Namibia and Scotland.
Two top teams from each qualifier group will join the top 8 teams in super 12 competition. Super 12 also divided in two groups where each group will have 6 teams.
Super 12 Group 1: Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, A1 & B2
Super 12 Group 2: India, England, South Africa, Afghanistan, B1 & A2.
ICC T20 cricket world cup started in 2007 where India is crowned as first T20 champion after wining the first edition in South Africa when they beat arch rivals Pakistan in Final. Since than 5 more editions took place Pakistan won 2009 edition took place in England, England wining 2010 edition hosted by West Indies, West Indies won the 2012 edition held in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka become the winners in 2012 edition took place in Bangladesh and West Indies wining the most latest edition of 2016 took place in India.
With lots T20I cricket to be played in 2020 this will provide ideal platform to all the cricket playing nations to gear themselves up before the final showdown starts in Australia in later part of 2020.
|1st Round Schedule (Qualifiers)|
|18-Oct-20||Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A3||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|18-Oct-20||Qualifier A2 vs Qualifier A4||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|19-Oct-20||Bangladesh vs Qualifier B3||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|19-Oct-20||Qualifier B2 vs Qualifier B4||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|20-Oct-20||Qualifier A3 vs Qualifier A4||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|20-Oct-20||Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A2||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|21-Oct-20||Qualifier B3 vs Qualifier B4||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|21-Oct-20||Bangladesh vs Qualifier B2||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|22-Oct-20||Qualifier A2 vs Qualifier A3||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|22-Oct-20||Sri Lanka vs Qualifier A4||Kardinia Park, South Geelong|
|23-Oct-20||Qualifier B2 vs Qualifier B3||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|23-Oct-20||Bangladesh vs Qualifier B4||Bellerive Oval, Tasmania|
|Super 12s Schedule|
|24-Oct-20||Australia vs Pakistan||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|24-Oct-20||India vs South Africa||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|25-Oct-20||A1 vs B2||Blundstone Arena, Hobart|
|25-Oct-20||New Zealand vs Windies||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|26-Oct-20||Afghanistan vs A2||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|26-Oct-20||England vs B1||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|27-Oct-20||New Zealand vs B2||Blundstone Arena, Hobart|
|28-Oct-20||Afghanistan vs B1||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|28-Oct-20||Australia vs Windies||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|29-Oct-20||Pakistan vs A1||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|29-Oct-20||India vs A2||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|30-Oct-20||England vs South Africa||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|30-Oct-20||Windies vs B2||Perth Stadium, Perth|
|31-Oct-20||Pakistan vs New Zealand||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane|
|31-Oct-20||Australia vs A1||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane|
|1-Nov-20||South Africa vs Afghanistan||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|1-Nov-20||India vs England||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|2-Nov-20||A2 vs B1||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|2-Nov-20||New Zealand vs A1||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane|
|3-Nov-20||Pakistan vs Windies||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|3-Nov-20||Australia vs B2||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|4-Nov-20||England vs Afghanistan||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane|
|5-Nov-20||South Africa vs A2||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|5-Nov-20||India vs B1||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|6-Nov-20||Pakistan vs B2||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|6-Nov-20||Australia vs New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|7-Nov-20||England vs A2||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|7-Nov-20||Windies vs A1||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|8-Nov-20||South Africa vs B1||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|8-Nov-20||India vs Afghanistan||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|11-Nov-20||TBC||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|12-Nov-20||TBC||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide|
|15-Nov-20||TBC||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
TWENTY20 LEAGUES SCHEDULES & TEAM DETAILS
Big Bash League 2020 – (BBL 2020) Dec 2019/Feb 2020
New season of Australia’s official Twenty20 league Big Bash will start from December 2019 and will carry through to February 2020. One of the biggest Twenty20 league in world international circuit comprised some of the best cricketers around the globe.
Tournament started in 2005 with the name KFC Twenty20 Big Bash and played with the same name till 2011 edition. Since 2012 brand was renamed as Big Bash League by Cricket Australia.
In total eight teams form 06 Australian states participating Big Bash League 2020 with two each from Melbourne & Sydney. Below are team details participating in Big Bash League season 2020:
- Adelaide Strikers
- Brisbane Heat
- Hobart Huricanes
- Melbourne Renegades
- Melbourne Stars
- Perth Scorchers
- Sydney Sixers &
- Sydney Thunders
Total number of matches including final days will be 61 spanning up to 53 days during which each team will play each other twice before qualification round begins to decide the new champion of most awaited franchise cricket in Australia.
Interestingly all of 06 states except Hobart Hurricanes have won the competition at least one with Perth Scorchers have the honors of winning the league thrice 2013-14, 2014-15 & 2016-17. Defending champion Melbourne Renegades (2018-19), Sydney Sixers (2011-12), Brisbane Heat (2012-13), Sydney Thunder (2015-16) & Adelaide Strikers (2017-18) have won the title once.
Squad & Team Details:
Captain: Travis Head
Overseas Signings: Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Phil Salt (England),
Local Players: Alex Carey (wk), Peter Siddle, Cameron White, Wes Agar, Harry Conway, Jake Lehmann, Michael Neser, Harry Nielsen (wk), Liam O’Connor, Matt Short, Billy Stanlake, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jon Wells, Nick Winter
Coach: Jason Gillespie (Australia)
Captain: Chris Lynn
Overseas Signings: Tom Banton (England), AB de Villiers (South Africa), Zahir Khan (Afghanistan), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)
Local Players: Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Marnus Labuschagne, Ben Laughlin, James Pattinson, Matt Renshaw, Max Bryant, Cameron Gannon, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Josh Lalor, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Jack Prestwidge, Mark Steketee, Mitch Swepson,
Coach: Darren Lehmann (Australia)
Captain: Matthew Wade (wk)
Overseas Signings: Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan), David Miller (South Africa),
Local Players: George Bailey, James Faulkner, D’Arcy Short, Aaron Summers, Ben McDermott, Scott Boland, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis, Jarrod Freeman, Caleb Jewell, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, David Moody, Tom Rogers, Clive Rose,
Coach: Adam Griffith (Tasmania)
Captain: Aaron Finch
Overseas Signings: Richard Gleeson (England), Harry Gurney (England), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan),
Local Players: Dan Christian, Tom Cooper, Cameron Boyce, Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, Kane Richardson, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper (wk), Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Joe Mennie, Will Sutherland, Beau Webster, Jack Wildermuth
Coach: Michael Klinger (Coach)
Captain: Glenn Maxwell
Overseas Signings: Pat Brown (England), Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Haris Rauf (Pakistan)
Local Players: Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Ben Dunk (wk), Seb Gotch, Peter Handscomb, Hilton Cartwright, Nic Maddinson, Jonathan Merlo, Lance Morris, Tom O’Connell, Daniel Worrall Jackson Coleman, (wk), Clint Hinchliffe, , Nick Larkin
Coach: David Hussey (Australia)
Captain: Mitchell Marsh
Overseas Signings: Chris Jordan (England), Livingstone (England),
Local Players: Ashton Agar, Fawad Ahmed, Cameron Bancroft, Cameron Green, Kurtis Patterson, Jhye Richardson, Liam Mitch Marsh, Andrew Tye, Aaron Hardie, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis (wk), Matt Kelly, Joel Paris, , Ashton Turner, Sam Whiteman (wk)
Coach: Adam Voges (Australia)
Captain: Moises Henriques
Overseas Signings: Tom Curran (England), James Vince (England)
Local Players: Steve Smith, Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird, Justin Avendano, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, Stephen O’Keefe, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Dan Fallins, Daniel Hughes, Josh Philippe (wk), Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, Henry Thornton,
Coach: Greg Shipperd (Western Australia)
Captain: Callum Ferguson (c),
Overseas Signings: Chris Morris (South Africa), Alex Hales (England)
Local Players: Usman Khawaja, Chris Green, Jono Cook, Oliver Davies, Brendan Doggett, Matthew Gilkes (wk), Jay Lenton (wk), Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain
Coach: Shane Bond (New Zealand)
|17th Dec 2019||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder||The Gabba|
|18th Dec 2019||Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers||SCG|
|19th Dec 2019||Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder||Geelong|
|20th Dec 2019||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers||Alice Springs|
|20th Dec 2019||Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Stars||Gold Coast|
|21st Dec 2019||Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers||TBC|
|21st Dec 2019||Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades||Perth Stadium|
|22nd Dec 2019||Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes||TBC|
|22nd Dec 2019||Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat||SCG|
|23rd Dec 2019||Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers||Adelaide Oval|
|24th Dec 2019||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades||Bellerive|
|26th Dec 2019||Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers||Perth Stadium|
|27th Dec 2019||Melbourne Stars vs Adelaide Strikers||Gold Coast|
|28th Dec 2019||Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder||SCG|
|29th Dec 2019||Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers||Docklands|
|30th Dec 2019||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars||UTAS Stadium|
|31st Dec 2019||Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Thunder||Adelaide Oval|
|1st Jan 2020||Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers||Gold Coast|
|2nd Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars||Sydney Showground|
|2nd Jan 2020||Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers||Docklands|
|3rd Jan 2020||Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat||Bellerive|
|4th Jan 2020||Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades||MCG|
|5th Jan 2020||Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers||TBC|
|5th Jan 2020||Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Perth Stadium|
|6th Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat||Sydney Showground|
|7th Jan 2020||Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers||Geelong|
|8th Jan 2020||Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers||Adelaide Oval|
|8th Jan 2020||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Thunder||MCG|
|9th Jan 2020||Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes||Gabba|
|10th Jan 2020||Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars||Docklands|
|11th Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes||Sydney Showground|
|11th Jan 2020||Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat||Perth Stadium|
|12th Jan 2020||Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades||Adelaide Oval|
|12th Jan 2020||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Sixers||MCG|
|13th Jan 2020||Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers||Bellerive|
|14th Jan 2020||Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers||Gabba|
|15th Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades||TBC|
|15th Jan 2020||Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Stars||Perth Stadium|
|16th Jan 2020||Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes||SCG|
|17th Jan 2020||Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat||Adelaide Oval|
|18th Jan 2020||Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers||MCG|
|18th Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers||Sydney Showground|
|19th Jan 2020||Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers||UTAS Stadium|
|19th Jan 2020||Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades||Gabba|
|20th Jan 2020||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Stars||SCG|
|20th Jan 2020||Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Thunder||Perth Stadium|
|21st Jan 2020||Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes||Docklands|
|22nd Jan 2020||Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars||Adelaide Oval|
|23rd Jan 2020||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers||Gabba|
|24th Jan 2020||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder||Bellerive|
|24th Jan 2020||Perth Scorchers vs Adelaide Strikers||Perth Stadium|
|25th Jan 2020||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Renegades||SCG|
|25th Jan 2020||Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat||MCG|
|26th Jan 2020||Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers||Sydney Showground|
|26th Jan 2020||Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Adelaide Oval|
|27th Jan 2020||Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat||Docklands|
|30th Jan 2020||4th-placed Vs 5th-placed||TBC|
|31st Jan 2020||1st-place vs 2nd-placed||TBC|
|1st Feb 2020||3rd-placed Vs winner of the eliminator||TBC|
|6th Feb 2020||The loser of qualifier vs winner of the knockout||TBC|
|8th Feb 2020||Winner of the qualifier vs winner of the challenger||TBC|
Pakistan Super League 2020 (PSL 2020) – Feb/Mar 2020
|14th Feb-2020||Islamabad United VS Lahore Qalandars||Pakistan|
|15th Feb – 2020||Multan Sultans Vs Karachi Kings||TBA|
|15th Feb-2020||Peshawar Zalmi Vs Quetta Gladiators||TBA|
|16th Feb-2020||Islamabad United VS Multan Sultans||TBA|
|16th Feb-2020||Lahore Qalandars Vs Karachi Kings||TBA|
|17th Feb-2020||Islamabad United Vs Quetta Gladiators||TBA|
|17th Feb-2020||Peshawar Zalmi Vs Lahore Qalandars||TBA|
|20th Feb-2020||Quetta Gldiators Vs Multan Sultans||TBA|
|21st Feb-2020||Peshawar Zalmi Vs Karachi Kings||TBA|
|22nd Feb-2020||Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars||TBA|
|23rd Feb-2020||Quetta Gladiators Vs Lahore Qalandars||TBA|
|23rd Feb-2020||Islamabad United V Karachi Kings||TBA|
|24th Feb-2020||Multan Sultans v Peshawar Zalmi||TBA|
|24th Feb-2020||Quetta Gladiators V Karachi Kings||TBA|
|26th Feb-2020||Multan Sultans V Islamabad United||TBA|
|27th Feb-2020||Lahore Qalandars V Quetta Gladiators||TBA|
|27th Feb-2020||Islamabad United VS Multan Sultans||TBA|
|28th Feb-2020||Multan Sultans Vs Pehwar Zalmi||TBA|
|28th Feb-2020||Karachi Kings V Lahore Qalandars||TBA|
|1st Mar-2020||Peshwar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United||TBA|
|1st Mar-2020||Multan Sultans V Quetta Gladiators||TBA|
|4th Mar-2020||Quetta Gldaitors V Peshawar Zalmi||TBA|
|4th Mar-2020||Karachi Kings V Multan Sultans||TBA|
|5th Mar-2020||Lahore Qalandars V Islamabad United||TBA|
|5th Mar-2020||Quetta Gladiators V Islamabad United||TBA|
|7th Mar-2020||Karachi Kings V Peshawar Zalmi||TBA|
|9th Mar-2020||Lahore Qalandars V Islamabad United||TBA|
|10th Mar-2020||Karachi Kings V Quetta Gladiators||TBA|
|10th Mar-2020||Lahore Qalandars V Multan Sultans||Lahore|
|12th Mar-2020||Eliminator 1, 3 v 4||Lahore|
|13th Mar-2020||Quailifer 1, 3 V 4||Karachi|
|15th Mar-2020||Eliminator 2||Karachi|
Indian Premier League 2020 (IPL 2020) – Mar/May 2020
Indian Premier League is one of the lucrative and most followed Twenty League among all the franchise cricket leagues taking place in the world.
Indian Premier League started in 2007 when BCCI announced to launch their own league to overcome Indian Cricket League taking place in India.
Indian Premier League 2020 season will be the 13th edition of IPL. 08 teams named in the different cities of India will contest on home and away basis in round robin format. 2020 edition will last 50 days with 62 matches scheduled including the eliminators and finals.
With high bid money involved in competition almost all of the best talents in the world cricket preferred to get selected in auction process and not only get monetary benefits but also get experience of high profile and thrilling matches.
Teams participating in 2020 edition of IPL are:
Chennai Super Kings
Kings XI Punjab
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Kolkata Knight Riders
Mumbai Indians is the most successful team in IPL by winning title four times, followed by Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings who thrice ended their run in the competitions as champion, Shahrukh Khan’s Kolkata Knight Rider remained victorious twice. Rajasthan Royals, Deccan Chargers and Sunrisers Hyderabad all win the competition once.
|Mumbai Indians||2013, 2015, 2017 & 2019|
|Chennai Super Kings||2010, 2011 & 2018|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||2012 & 2014|
|23-Mar-20||Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Chennai|
|24-Mar-20||Kolkata Vs Hyderabad||Kolkata|
|24-Mar-20||Mumbai Indians Vs Delhi Capitals||Mumbai|
|25-Mar-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Jaipur|
|26-Mar-20||Delhi Capitals Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Delhi|
|27-Mar-20||Kolkata Vs Kings XI Punjab||Kolkata|
|28-Mar-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Bengaluru|
|29-Mar-20||Hyderabad Vs Rajasthan||Hyderabad|
|30-Mar-20||Kings XI Punjab Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Mohali|
|30-Mar-20||Delhi Capitals Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Delhi|
|31-Mar-20||Hyderabad Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Hyderabad|
|31-Mar-20||Chennai Vs Rajasthan||Chennai|
|01-Apr-20||Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)||Mohali|
|02-Apr-20||Rajasthan Vs Bangalore||Jaipur|
|03-Apr-20||Mumbai Indians Vs Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai|
|04-Apr-20||Delhi Vs Hyderabad||Delhi|
|05-Apr-20||Bangalore Vs Kolkata||Karnataka|
|13-Apr-20||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Kolkata|
|13-Apr-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Delhi Daredevils (DD)||Abu Dhabi|
|14-Apr-20||Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Hyderabad|
|14-Apr-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Jaipur|
|15-Apr-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Delhi|
|16-Apr-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||Mumbai|
|17-Apr-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Bengaluru|
|18-Apr-20||Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Hyderabad|
|19-Apr-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Delhi|
|20-Apr-20||Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Chennai|
|20-Apr-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||Jaipur|
|21-Apr-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Bengaluru|
|21-Apr-20||Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)||Chennai|
|22-Apr-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Bengaluru|
|23-Apr-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Delhi|
|24-Apr-20||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Kolkata|
|25-Apr-20||Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Mohali|
|26-Apr-20||Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Chennai|
|27-Apr-20||Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)||Hyderabad|
|27-Apr-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Mumbai|
|28-Apr-20||Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Mohali|
|28-Apr-20||Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Hyderabad|
|29-Apr-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Jaipur|
|30-Apr-20||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Kolkata|
|01-May-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||Delhi|
|02-May-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Jaipur|
|03-May-20||Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Mohali|
|04-May-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Abu Dhabi|
|04-May-20||Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Mohali|
|05-May-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Mumbai|
|05-May-20||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||Kolkata|
|06-May-20||Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Chennai|
|07-May-20||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Kolkata|
|08-May-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Mumbai|
|09-May-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Bengaluru|
|01-May-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Delhi|
|02-May-20||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||Bengaluru|
|02-May-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Mumbai|
|03-May-20||Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Jaipur|
|03-May-20||Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Delhi|
|04-May-20||Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Mumbai|
Vitality Blast 2020 – May/Sep 2020
|28-May-20||Surrey v Middlesex,||Oval|
|28-May-20||Sussex v Kent||Hove|
|29-May-20||Hampshire v Sussex,||Southampton|
|29-May-20||Kent v Surrey,||Canterbury|
|29-May-20||Essex v Glamorgan,||Chelmsford|
|29-May-20||Somerset v Gloucestershire||Taunton|
|29-May-20||Yorkshire v Durham,||Leeds|
|29-May-20||Lancashire v Northamptonshire (Liverpool),||Liverpool|
|29-May-20||Derbyshire v Leicestershire,||Derby|
|29-May-20||Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire||Nottingham|
|30-May-20||Leicestershire v Northamptonshire||Leicester|
|31-May-20||Warwickshire v Durham,||Birmingham|
|31-May-20||Derbyshire v Lancashire,||Derby|
|31-May-20||Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire||Nottingham|
|31-May-20||Kent v Hampshire,||Canterbury|
|31-May-20||Middlesex v Gloucestershire,||Cardiff|
|31-May-20||Glamorgan v Surrey,||Lords|
|31-May-20||Essex v Somerset||Chelmsford|
|2-Jun-20||Worcestershire v Northamptonshire||Worcester|
|3-Jun-20||Warwickshire v Yorkshire,||Birmingham|
|3-Jun-20||Durham v Leicestershire||Chester Le Street|
|3-Jun-20||Sussex v Somerset,||Hove|
|3-Jun-20||Gloucestershire v Glamorgan||Bristol|
|4-Jun-20||Yorkshire v Lancashire,||Leeds|
|4-Jun-20||Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire||Nottingham|
|4-Jun-20||Middlesex v Hampshire||Lords|
|5-Jun-20||Warwickshire v Lancashire,||Birmingham|
|5-Jun-20||Northamptonshire v Durham,||Northampton|
|5-Jun-20||Leicestershire v Worcestershire,||Leicester|
|5-Jun-20||Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire||Northampton|
|5-Jun-20||Essex v Kent,||Chelmsford|
|5-Jun-20||Sussex v Glamorgan,||Hove|
|5-Jun-20||Somerset v Surrey||Taunton|
|7-Jun-20||Kent v Gloucestershire||Canterbury|
|7-Jun-20||Hampshire v Gloucestershire,||Southampton|
|7-Jun-20||Middlesex v Glamorgan (Richmond),|
|7-Jun-20||Somerset v Essex||Taunton|
|7-Jun-20||Worcestershire v Yorkshire,||Worcester|
|7-Jun-20||Lancashire v Durham,||Manchester|
|7-Jun-20||Northamptonshire v Derbyshire,||Northampton|
|7-Jun-20||Leicestershire v Warwickshire||Leicester|
|10-Jun-20||Hampshire v Essex,||Southampton|
|10-Jun-20||Glamorgan v Kent||Cardiff|
|10-Jun-20||Yorkshire v Derbyshire,||Leeds|
|10-Jun-20||Lancashire v Leicestershire,||Manchester|
|10-Jun-20||Durham v Nottinghamshire||Chester Le Street|
|10-Jun-20||Middlesex v Sussex||Lords|
|11-Jun-20||Northamptonshire v Worcestershire||Worcester|
|12-Jun-20||Glamorgan v Somerset,||Cardiff|
|12-Jun-20||Sussex v Hampshire||Hove|
|12-Jun-20||Gloucestershire v Middlesex||Bristol|
|12-Jun-20||Worcestershire v Nottinghamshire,||Worcester|
|12-Jun-20||Yorkshire v Northamptonshire,||Leeds|
|12-Jun-20||Lancashire v Derbyshire,||Manchester|
|12-Jun-20||Durham v Warwickshire||Chester Le Street|
|13-Jun-20||Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire||Nottingham|
|18-Jun-20||Hampshire v Somerset,||Southampton|
|18-Jun-20||Middlesex v Kent,||Lords|
|18-Jun-20||Sussex v Surrey||Hove|
|19-Jun-20||Kent v Sussex,||Canterbury|
|19-Jun-20||Surrey v Somerset,||The Oval|
|19-Jun-20||Glamorgan v Gloucestershire,||Cardiff|
|19-Jun-20||Essex v Middlesex||Chelmsford|
|19-Jun-20||Worcestershire v Warwickshire,||Worcester|
|19-Jun-20||Durham v Yorkshire,||Chester Le Street|
|19-Jun-20||Leicestershire v Nottinghamshire||Leicester|
|20-Jun-20||Gloucestershire v Hampshire||Bristol|
|20-Jun-20||Derbyshire v Yorkshire (Chesterfield)||Chesterfield|
|21-Jun-20||Hampshire v Glamorgan,||Southampton|
|21-Jun-20||Kent v Essex,||Canterbury|
|21-Jun-20||Somerset v Middlesex||Taunton|
|21-Jun-20||Worcestershire v Leicestershire,||Worcester|
|21-Jun-20||Lancashire v Nottinghamshire,||Manchester|
|21-Jun-20||Durham v Derbyshire||Chester Le Street|
|23-Jun-20||Somerset v Hampshire||Taunton|
|23-Jun-20||Warwickshire v Northamptonshire||Birmingham|
|24-Jun-20||Essex v Sussex||Chelmsford|
|24-Jun-20||Northamptonshire v Lancashire,||Northampton|
|24-Jun-20||Nottinghamshire v Durham||Nottingham|
|25-Jun-20||Surrey v Glamorgan,||The Oval|
|25-Jun-20||Sussex v Gloucestershire||Hove|
|25-Jun-20||Leicestershire v Yorkshire,||Leicester|
|25-Jun-20||Derbyshire v Worcestershire||Derby|
|26-Jun-20||Hampshire v Surrey,||Southampton|
|26-Jun-20||Essex v Gloucestershire,||Chelmsford|
|26-Jun-20||Somerset v Kent||Taunton|
|26-Jun-20||Warwickshire v Derbyshire,||Derby|
|26-Jun-20||Yorkshire v Worcestershire,||Leeds|
|26-Jun-20||Durham v Lancashire,||Chester Le Street|
|26-Jun-20||Northamptonshire v Nottinghamshire||Northampton|
|2-Jul-20||Middlesex v Surrey||Lords|
|2-Jul-20||Yorkshire v Warwickshire,||Leeds|
|2-Jul-20||Lancashire v Worcestershire||Manchester|
|3-Jul-20||Kent v Somerset,||Taunton|
|3-Jul-20||Surrey v Hampshire,||The Oval|
|3-Jul-20||Glamorgan v Essex,||Cardiff|
|3-Jul-20||Gloucestershire v Sussex||Vitality Blast|
|3-Jul-20||Worcestershire v Durham,||Worcester|
|3-Jul-20||Northamptonshire v Leicestershire,||Northampton|
|3-Jul-20||Derbyshire v Warwickshire,||Derby|
|3-Jul-20||Nottinghamshire v Lancashire||Nottingham|
|9-Jul-20||Gloucestershire v Kent (Cheltenham),||Vitality Blast|
|9-Jul-20||Surrey v Sussex,||The Oval|
|9-Jul-20||Middlesex v Essex (Merchant Taylors)||Northwood|
|9-Jul-20||Northamptonshire v Warwickshire||Northampton|
|10-Jul-20||Hampshire v Middlesex,||Southampton|
|10-Jul-20||Surrey v Kent,||The Oval|
|10-Jul-20||Sussex v Essex,||Hove|
|10-Jul-20||Somerset v Glamorgan||Taunton|
|10-Jul-20||Warwickshire v Worcestershire,||Birmingham|
|10-Jul-20||Lancashire v Yorkshire,||Manchester|
|10-Jul-20||Leicestershire v Durham,||Leicester|
|10-Jul-20||Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire||Nottingham|
|11-Jul-20||Derbyshire v Northamptonshire||Derby|
|12-Jul-20||Kent v Middlesex,||Canterbury|
|12-Jul-20||Glamorgan v Sussex,||Cardiff|
|12-Jul-20||Gloucestershire v Somerset,||Bristol|
|12-Jul-20||Essex v Hampshire||Chelmsford|
|12-Jul-20||Worcestershire v Lancashire,||Worcester|
|12-Jul-20||Warwickshire v Nottinghamshire,||Birmingham|
|12-Jul-20||Yorkshire v Leicestershire,||Leeds|
|12-Jul-20||Durham v Northamptonshire||Chester Le Street|
|18-Aug-20||1st Quarter-Final||Vitality Blast|
|19-Aug-20||2nd Quarter-Final||Vitality Blast|
|20-Aug-20||3rd Quarter-Final||Vitality Blast|
|21-Aug-20||4th Quarter-Final||Vitality Blast|