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Bangladesh in easy group in World Cup, India-Pakistan in same group again

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Bangladesh will have to overcome the qualifying hurdles to play in the main stage of the T20 World Cup starting on October 17. Where eight teams will play by dividing into two groups.

An ICC press release today revealed who is in the Bangladesh group. Sri Lanka, Ireland, Netherlands and Namibia are in the 'A' group of round-1. Bangladesh is joined by Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman in group B. Bangladesh fell into an easier group than Sri Lanka in group A.

The top four teams will get tickets at the end of the two group games to play in the Super Twelve. England, Australia, South Africa and West Indies are in group number one. And like every World Cup, another India-Pakistan fight has been confirmed. India, Pakistan are in group two with New Zealand and Afghanistan. The T20 World Cup will begin on October 17 and will hit the screens with the final on November 14.

The World Cup will be held in UAE and Oman. But the ICC is yet to release the full schedule of the qualifiers and the main stage.

India are the main hosts of this World Cup in the two countries of Morocco due to corona. The BCCI and ICC finally came to this decision after various incidents. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has set foot on the path of making the World Cup a ground by announcing the group.

BCCI secretary Jai Shah is breathing a sigh of relief as the group announcement started counting the world cup days. It is very difficult to separate the two groups. Every team is very competitive in the small version. But T20 cricket is known for surprises. Everyone has to be prepared for that. I'm sure I'll see a couple of exciting matches.

Oman is set to hit the scene as the host of this year's World Cup. Saurabh Ganguly, head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, feels this will increase the popularity of cricket in Oman and surrounding countries. "It's good news to get into world cricket in Oman," he said. This will increase the interest of young cricketers in the game.”

The October-November T20 World Cup is set to be the ICC's first global tournament in the Corona Epidemic. "We are happy to announce who is in which group of the World Cup," ICC acting chief executive Geoff Allardais said. Each group will see some great competitions. Hopefully, this World Cup rivalry will create a frenzy among our fans. This is going to be our first global tournament in the epidemic.

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