Asia Cup 2022 Cricket Schedule, Team List, Host, TimeTable, News, Venues, and more

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The Asia Cup 2022, which will be held this year after a four-year hiatus, will include a cricket duel between Asian titans. Six Asian nations will compete for the Asia Cup championship in 2022. This year’s event will take place in August and September.

The competition will be held in Sri Lanka. The series was planned to be held in Sri Lanka in 2022, however owing to the COVID epidemic, the competition was postponed and moved to 2022. The Asia Cup 2022 will be the tournament’s 15th edition.

In this competition, India has had the greatest success. The title has been won seven times by India. Sri Lanka has five victories in the competition. In 2018, the tournament’s most recent edition took held. T20 cricket was used at the Asia Cup 2018. India won the title by three wickets against Bangladesh in the final. As a result, India is this season’s defending champions.

The Asian Cricket Council has not yet released the precise schedule for the 2022 Asia Cup (ACC). The competition, however, will begin with the first game on August 27. On September 11th, the final will be held. During the event, there will be a total of 13 matches played.

Asia Cup 2022 Teams:

Six teams will compete in the series. The five confirmed teams for the event are Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. After the qualification round, one more team will be added to the event.

In the qualification round, the UAE, Kuwait, Singapore, and Hong Kong will compete against one other. In this season of the match series, one team will be selected as the sixth team.

All of the teams have yet to reveal their tournament lineups. All of the teams competing in the tournament are presently competing in bilateral events. As a result, the squads will be announced ahead of the event in August.

Asia Cup 2022 Venues:

R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Pallekele, Galle International Stadium in Galle, Dambulla International Stadium, and Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium will be among the venues that will host all of the games because Sri Lanka is hosting the tournament. All of these venues are both good scoring and spin-friendly.

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