Asia Cup 2018 Match Schedule at a glance

Asia Cup 2018 Match Schedule at a glance.

Asia Cup 2018 starting from this Saturday in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Six countries will be divided into two groups this year.

In 2016, Asia’s best tournament was played in T20 format. The organizer was Bangladesh. That time Asian countries played in a small format tournament keeping in mind the T-Twenty World Cup.

The highest number of Asian cricket this year has been returned in ODI format.

Continue after two years Six countries will be divided into two groups this year. India and Pakistan are in the same group. With Antichrist two groups Hong Kong is in Group A.

On the other hand, Group ‘B’ has Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.

The Matches will be held in UAE’s two centers Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

From two groups, two teams of four teams will go for a Super Fast, two teams will take off. Four teams will play with each other on Super Fores.

Bangladesh-Sri Lanka will face the inaugural match of the tournament on Saturday.

Super Four will start on 21 September. September 28 will be the Mega Final.

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Group format :

Group ‘A’
India, Pakistan, Hong Kong

Group ‘B’
Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan

Asia Cup schedule Match Schedule at a glance :

Group stage
September 15 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka (Dubai)
September 16 – Pakistan v Hong Kong (Dubai)
17 September – Sri Lanka vs. Afghanistan (Abu Dhabi)
September 18 – India vs Hong Kong (Dubai)
September 19 – India vs Pakistan (Dubai)
September 20 – Bangladesh v Afghanistan (Abu Dhabi)

Super Four
September 21 – Group A winners vs Group B runner up (Dubai)
September 21 – Group B winner vs Group A runner up (Abu Dhabi)
September 23 – Winners in Group vs Group A Runner Up (Dubai)
September 23 – Group B winners vs Group B runner up (Abu Dhabi)
September 25 – Group A winners vs Group B winner (Dubai)
September 26 – Group A Runner Up V Group B Runner Up (Abu Dhabi)

September 28 – Final (Dubai)

(All matches will starts at 5:30 pm in Bangladesh standard time)

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