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Over-50s Cricket World Cup 2020 Schedule, Time Table, Squad & Venue

India has never lost a round of cricket in the World Cup against Pakistan — be it in the 50 or 20 overs and now, they will be taking the most despised opponents on the Over 50s World Cup. The opposition highlighting veterans will be held in Cape Town and Stellenbosch in South Africa between March 11 and 24 one year from now. Other than India, the West Indies, Namibia and Zimbabwe will likewise be making their presence in the competition.

Over-50s Cricket World Cup 2020

Shailendra Singh will be driving the Indian side. India has been clubbed with Pakistan, England and has South Africa in one pool while Australia, West Indies, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka are in the other gathering. India’s opening match is on March 11 when they take on England.

“I’ve captained Bombay Gym for a long time, I spoke to the whole ’83 group during their streak and I’ve played against the greats in area cricket in England and Scotland. I’m energized for the opportunity to lead India in its World Cup exertion and, alongside Ajoy Roy, I would like to take the cup back to India and make the whole country glad,” The Hindu referred to reports citing Shailendra as saying.

Roy, who is the leader of India Over 50s Association, said the Indian group is quick to leave an enduring impression in its opening World Cup for the veterans by thinking of an admirable show against the others.

“You don’t get another opportunity to establish the first connection. Furthermore, that is actually what the Indian group wants to do in their first appearing against eleven others,” he was cited as saying.

Kapil Dev wishes the Indian group karma

Previous India chief Kapil Dev, who earned India their first-since forever World Cup in 1983 that changed the course of the game’s history in the nation, was energized over the competition. Complimenting about Shailendra, Kapil stated: “This is a wonderful minute, he (Shailendra) is going to play cricket over 50 speaking to India and going to lead the World Cup. I need to wish him and his whole group good karma. Do well young men and we are with all of you the way and appreciate the game.”

The main ever World Cup for Over-50s was played in Sydney in 2018 and the victors were Australia. The competition, in any case, was not perceived by the International Cricket Council.

India has beaten Pakistan in every one of the seven matches they have played in the 50-over World Cup since 1992 with the most recent being in May this year in England. In the T20 World Cup additionally, India has commanded the Men dressed in Green by winning four of the five matches they have played, remembering the last of the opening version for South Africa in 2007. One match was a tie in spite of the fact that India had won it in a bowl-out.


March 11: Round 1


Match 1: Australia vs. Zimbabwe (Claremont CC, Jack Burt Oval [photo])

Match 2: New Zealand vs. West Indies (Rondebosch CC)

Match 3: Sri Lanka vs. Canada (Western Province CC, Wally Wilson)


Match 4: Pakistan vs. Namibia (Western Province CC, Vineyard)

Match 5: England vs. India (Green Point CC)

Match 6: Wales vs. South Africa (Cape Town CC)

March 13: Round 2 (“Back to School” round)


Match 7: West Indies vs. Australia (Bishops Diocesan College)

Match 8: Sri Lanka vs. Zimbabwe (Westerford High School)

Match 9: Canada vs. New Zealand (Milnerton High School)


Match 10: India vs. Pakistan (Rondebosch Boys’ High School)

Match 11: South Africa vs. England (Wynberg Boys’ High School, Jacques Kallis Oval [photo])

Match 12: Wales vs. Namibia (Reddam House School)

March 15: Round 3


Match 13: Australia vs. Sri Lanka (Green Point CC [photo])

Match 14: West Indies vs Canada (Western Province CC, Vineyard)

Match 15: Zimbabwe vs. New Zealand (Cape Town CC)


Match 16: India vs. South Africa (Langa CC)

Match 17: Pakistan vs. Wales (Claremont CC, Jack Burt Oval)

Match 18: Namibia vs England (Western Province CC, Wally Wilson)

March 16: Round 4 (“Out to the Country” round)


Match 19: Canada vs. Australia (Stellenbosch University A)

Match 20: New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka (Stellenbosch University B)

Match 21: Zimbabwe vs. West Indies (Distell Cricket Ground)


Match 22: Wales vs England (Paul Roos Gymnasium)

Match 23: Pakistan vs. South Africa (Bridge House School)

Match 24: Namibia vs. India (Groot Drakenstein CC [photo])

March 18: Round 5


Match 25: Australia vs. New Zealand (Western Province CC, Vineyard)

Match 26: Zimbabwe vs. Canada (Green Point CC)

Match 27: Sri Lanka vs. West Indies (Cape Town CC)


Match 28: Pakistan vs. England (Langa CC)

Match 29: India vs. Wales (Western Province CC, Wally Wilson [photo])

Match 30: South Africa vs. Namibia (Rondebosch CC)

March 20: Semi-Finals & Playoffs

Match 31: Winner Division A vs. Runner-Up Division B (Green Point CC)

Match 32: Winner Division B vs. Runner-Up Division A (Claremont CC, Jack Burt Oval)

Match 33: Divison A3 vs. Division B4 (Western Province CC, Wally Wilson)

Match 34: Division A4 vs. Division B3 (Cape Town CC)

Match 35: Division A5 vs. Division B6 (Langa CC)

Match 36: Division A6 vs. Division B5 (Rondebosch CC)

March 22: Losing Teams’ Deciders

Match 37: Loser Match 35 vs. Loser Match 36 (Langa CC)

Match 38: Loser Match 33 vs. Loser Match 34 (Rondebosch CC)

Match 39: Loser Match 31 vs. Loser Match 32 (Western Province CC, Vineyard)

March 23: Bowl and Plate Final

Match 40: BOWL FINAL: Winner Match 35 vs. Winner Match 36 (Claremont CC, Jack Burt Oval)

Match 41: PLATE FINAL: Winner Match 33 vs. Winner Match 34 (Claremont CC, Ardene Oval)

March 24: Cup Final

Match 42: Winner Match 31 vs. Winner Match 32 (Newlands Cricket Stadium)

Updated: March 8, 2020 — 2:38 pm

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