T20 World Cup 2021 All Team List Squad

Next season’s flavor is T20! The ICC T20 World Cup is slated for the middle-east from October-November. It is poised to start the high-profile franchise-based league in the following months, including re-establishing the Indian Premier League 2021 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The competition groupings will be unveiled later today ahead of the main event. If you’re looking for a location where you’ll discover updates linked to the announcement, don’t try any more as Team SportsTiger has reached the right website, trying to break every update on the event as it has been verified.

VENUES

Dubai International Cricket Stadium

T20 World Cup 2021 All Team List Squad includes the Dubai International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and was initially known as the Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium. The cricket stadium is one of three stadiums in the country, and the two stadiums are Sharjah Cricket Stadium and Zayed Crickets Stadium in Abu Dhabi, respectively. It can hold 25,000 people but can be expanded to 30,000. The sports city in Dubai belongs to it.

T20 World Cup 2021 All Team List Squad
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Sharjah Cricket Stadium

The Sharjah Cricket Stadium is located Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. The most ODIs staged in a venue of 236 ODIs through 19 February 2018 are recorded. Initially built in the early 1980s, it has improved significantly over the years.

Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium

The Sheik Zayed Cricket Stadium is a cricket pitch in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The ground of cricket is located in the south of the country. The stadium cost $23 million to build and opened in May 2004, and the maiden intercontinental cup match was held in November of that year between Scotland and Kenya. One of the venues devoted to the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be the stadium. The stadium features a big stand on either side with grass banks for extra places available in the region’s square of the wicket. Twenty thousand people can stay there.

Al Amerat Cricket Stadium

Al Amerat Cricket Stadium is a cricket terrain in Muscat, Oman, commonly known as the Oman Cricket Academy Ground. The land belongs to the Board of Oman Cricket. The International Cricket Council (ICC) issued Turf 1 Ministry approval to the stadium for Test Cricket in January 2021.

 For all the 45 T20 matches, the ICC T20 World Cup Schedule 2021, since the event will start in October 2021 in the UAE, has been revealed. The schedule of the T20 World Cup starts from 17 October through 14 November 2021, Sunday. Forty-five matches in Group A&GB stage and Super 12 stage matchups will be contested during the ICC World Cup T20. The event comprises two semi-finals in Dubai International Cricket Stadium on 10 and 11 November, and then the World Cup Finals in T20 on Sunday 14 November 2021.

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEAMS: 16

TOTAL NUMBER OF MATCHES: 45

SQUADS

Afghanistan:

  • Rashid Khan(C),
  • Rahmanullah Gurbaz(WK),
  • Hazratullah Zazai,
  • Usman Ghani,
  • Asghar Afghan,
  • Mohammad Nabi,
  • Najibullah Zadran,
  • Hashmatullah Shahidi,
  • Mohammad Shahzad,
  • Mujeeb ur Rahman,
  • Karim Janat,
  • Gulbadin Naib,
  • Naveen ul Haq,
  • Hamid Hassan,
  • Sharafuddin Ashraf,
  • Dawlat Zadran,
  • Shapoor Zadran,
  • Qais Ahmed

RESERVES

  • Afsar Zazai,
  • Farid Ahmed Malik

HEADCOACH

Lance Klusener

BOWLING COACH

Shaun Tait

PAKISTAN:

  • Babar Azam (C),
  • Shadab Khan(VC),
  • Asif Ali,
  • Azam Khan,
  • Haris Rauf,
  • Hasan Ali,
  • Imad Wasim,
  • Khushdil Shah,
  • Mohammad Hafeez,
  • Mohammad Hasnain,
  • Mohammad Nawaz,
  • Mohammad Rizwan(WK),
  • Mohammad Wasim,
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi,
  • Sohaib Maqsood

HEADCOACH

Matthew Hayden

BOWLING COACH

Vernon Philander

AUSTRALIA:

  • Aaron Finch (C),
  • Ashton Agar,
  • Pat Cummins (VC),
  • Josh Hazlewood,
  • Josh Inglis,
  • Mitchell Marsh,
  • Glenn Maxwell,
  • Kane Richardson,
  • Steve Smith,
  • Mitchell Starc,
  • Marcus Stoinis,
  • Mitchell Swepson,
  • Matthew Wade(WK),
  • David Warner,
  • Adam Zampa

HEADCOACH

Justin Langar

BOWLING COACH

Justin Langar

BANGLADESH:

  • Mahmud Ullah (C),
  • Naim Sheikh,
  •  Soumya Sarkar,
  • Litton Kumar Das(WK),
  •  Shakib Al Hasan,
  • Mushfiqur Rahim,
  • Afif Hossain,
  • Nurul Hasan Sohan,
  • Shak Mahedi Hasan,
  • Nasum Ahmed,
  • Mustafizur Rahman,
  • Shoriful Islam,
  • Taskin Ahmed,
  • Shaif Uddin,
  • Shamim Hossain

HEADCOACH

Russell Domingo

BOWLING COACH

seamer Ottis Gibson

ENGLAND:

  • Eoin Morgan(C),
  • Moeen Ali,
  • Jonathan Bairstow,
  • Sam Billings,
  • Jos Buttler(WK),
  • Sam Curran,
  • Chris Jordan,
  • Liam Livingstone,
  • Dawid Malan,
  • Tymal Mills,
  • Adil Rashid,
  • Jason Roy,
  • David Willey,
  • Chris Woakes,
  • Mark Wood

HEADCOACH

Chris Silverwood

BOWLING COACH

Jeevan Patel

INDIA:

  • Virat Kohli (C),
  • Rohit Sharma,
  • KL Rahul,
  • Suryakumar Yadav,
  • Rishabh Pant (WK),
  • Ishan Kishan,
  • Hardik Pandya,
  • Ravindra Jadeja,
  • Rahul Chahar,
  • Ravichandran Ashwin,
  • Axar Patel,
  • Varun Chakravarthy,
  • Jasprit Bumrah,
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar,
  • Mohammad Shami

HEADCOACH

Ravi Shastri

BOWLING COACH

Bharat Arun

IRELAND:

  • Andrew Balbirnie (C),
  • Mark Adair,
  • Curtis Campher,
  • Gareth Delany,
  • George Dockrell,
  • Shane Getkate,
  • Graham Kennedy,
  • Josh Little,
  • Andrew McBrine,
  • Barry McCarthy,
  • Kevin O’Brien,
  • Neil Rock,
  • Simi Singh,
  • Paul Stirling(WK),
  • Harry Tector,
  • Lorcan Tucker,
  • Ben White,
  • Craig Young

HEADCOACH                              

Graham Ford

BOWLING COACH

Ryan Eagleson

NAMIBIA:

  • Gerhard Erasmus (C),
  • Stephen Baard,
  • Karl Birkenstock. Michau du Preez,
  • Jan Frylinck,
  • Zane Green(WK),
  • Nicol Lofie-Eaton,
  • Bernard Scholtz,
  • Ben Shikongo,
  •  JJ Smit,
  • Ruben Trumpelmann,
  • Michael van Lingen,
  • David Wiese,
  •  Craig Williams,
  • Picky Ya France

HEADCOACH

Pierre de Bruyn

BOWLING COACH

Pierre de Bruyn

NETHERLAND:

  • Pieter Seelaar (C),
  • Colin Ackermann,
  • Philippe Boissevain,
  • Ben Cooper,
  • Bas de Leede,
  •  Scott Edwards(WK),
  • Brandon Glover,
  • Fred Klaassen,
  • Stephan Myburgh,
  • Max O’Dowd,
  • Ryan Ten Doeschate,
  • Logan van Beek,
  • Timm van der Gugten,
  •  Roelof van der Merwe,
  • Paul van Meekeren

HEADCOACH

Ryan Campbell

BOWLING COACH

Ian Salisbury

NEW ZEALAND:

  • Kane Williamson (C),
  • Todd Astle,
  • Trent Boult,
  • Mark Chapman,
  • Devon Conway,
  • Lockie Ferguson,
  • Martin Guptill,
  • Kyle Jamieson,
  • Daryl Mitchell,
  • Jimmy Neesham,
  • Glenn Phillips,
  • Mitchell Santner,
  • Tim Seifert (WK),
  • Ish Sodhi,
  • Tim Southee

HEADCOACH

Gary Stead

BOWLING COACH

Shane Jurgensen

OMAN:

  • Zeeshan Maqsood (C),
  • Aqib Ilyas,
  • Jatinder Singh,
  • Khawar Ali,
  • Mohammad Nadeem,
  • Ayaan Khan,
  • Suraj Kumar(WK),
  • Sandeep Goud,
  • Nester Dhamba,
  • Kaleemullah,
  • Bilal Khan,
  • Naseem Khushi,
  • Sufyan Mehmood,
  • Fayyaz Butt,
  • Khurram Khan

HEADCOACH

Duleep Mendis

BOWLING COACH

Mazhar Khan

PAPUA NEW GUINEA:

  • Assad Vala (c),
  • Charles Amini,
  • Lega Siaka,
  • Norman Vanua,
  • Nosaina Pokana,
  • Kipling Dorigoa,
  • Tony Ura(WK),
  • Hiri Hiri,
  • Gaudi Toka,
  • Sese Bau,
  • Damien Ravu,
  • Kabua Vagi-Morea,
  • Simon Atai,
  • Jason Kila,
  • Chad Soper,
  • Jack Gardner

HEADCOACH

Carl Sandri

BOWLING COACH

Joe Dawes

SCOTLAND:

  • Kyle Coetzer (C),
  • Richard Berrington (VC),
  • Dylan Budge,
  • Matthew Cross (WK),
  • Josh Davey,
  • Alasdair Evans,
  • Chris Greaves,
  • Oli Hairs,
  • Michael Leask,
  • Calum Macleod,
  • George Munsey,
  • Safyaan Sharif,
  • Chris Sole,
  • Hamza Tahir,
  • Craig Wallace,
  • Mark Watt,
  • Brad Wheal

HEADCOACH

Shane Burger

BOWLING COACH

  • Craig Wright
  • Chris Brown

SOUTH AFRICA:

  • Temba Bavuma (C),
  •  Keshav Maharaj,
  • Quinton de Kock (WK),
  •  Bjorn Fortuin,
  • Reeza Hendricks,
  • Heinrich Klaasen,
  • Aiden Markram,
  • David Miller,
  • W Mulder,
  • Lungi Ngidi,
  • Anrich Nortje,
  • Dwaine Pretorius,
  • Kagiso Rabada,
  • Tabraiz Shamsi,
  • Rassie van der Dussen

HEADCOACH

Mark Boucher

BOWLING COACH

Charl Langeveldt

SRI LANKA:

  • Dasun Shanaka (C),
  • Dhananjaya De Silva,
  • Kusal Perera(WK),
  • Dinesh Chandimal,
  • Avishka Fernando,
  • Bhanuka Rajapaksa,
  • Charith Asalanka,
  • Wanindu Hasaranga,
  • Kamindu Mendis,
  • Chamika Karunaratne,
  • Nuwan Pradeep,
  • Dushmantha Chameera,
  • Praveen Jayawickrema,
  • Lahiru Madushanka,
  • Maheesh Theekshana

HEADCOACH

Mickey Arthur

BOWLING COACH

Piyal Wijetunge

WEST INDIES:

  • Kieron Pollard (C),
  • Nicholas Pooran (VC),
  • Fabian Allen,
  • Dwayne Bravo,
  • Roston Chase,
  • Andre Fletcher,
  • Chris Gayle,
  • Shimron Hetmyer,
  • Evin Lewis,
  • Obed McCoy,
  • Lendl Simmons(WK),
  • Ravi Rampaul,
  • Andre Russell,
  • Oshane Thomas,
  • Hayden Walsh jr

HEADCOACH

Phil Simmons

BOWLING COACH

Roddy Estwick

T20 World Cup 2021 I observed a strong sense of enthusiasm in the audience following the reading of the T 20 World Cup 2021 program. Spectators waited a long time for the T20 World Cup program of 2021. Let us say that starting 17 October 2021, the 2021 T20 International Cup will be organized by the ICC. On 14 November 2021, the ICC stated who would play its final game in the UAE. The T20 tournaments are anticipated not to be canceled this year.

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T20 World Cup 2021 No clarification has been given whether or not the fans can enter the stadium to watch the games live. However, claims have been made that what held a comprehensive conversation between the government of the UAE and the Emirates Cricket Board, which will enable 60% of capacity in the stadium.

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