T20 World Cup 2022: The semi-final between India and England will be overseen by officials Kumar Dharmasena and Paul Reiffel at Adelaide Oval.

T20 World Cup 2022: The semi-final between India and England. It will be overseen by officials Kumar Dharmasena and Paul Reiffel at Adelaide Oval. In charge of the Pakistan vs New Zealand first semi-final will be Marais Erasmus and Richard Illingworth.

The semi-final match official lineups for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 have been reveal.

The first semi-final will be held between New Zealand and Pakistan. On November 9 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Whereas the second semi-final will be held between India and England on November 10 at the Adelaide Oval.

The official match appointments are as follows:

9 November, Sydney Cricket Ground. Marais Erasmus and Richard Illingworth (on-field), Richard Kettleborough (third umpire), Michael Gough (fourth umpire), and Chris Broad (match referee).

10 November – India vs. England (18:30 ACDT), Adelaide Oval – David Boon, Paul Reiffel, and Kumar Dharmasena on the field; Chris Gaffaney, Rod Tucker, and third umpire (match referee).

When the conclusions out of the two semi-final games are known, bookings for the final on November 13 at the Melbourne Cricket Field will be made accessible.

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Top Four teams’ route to the Semifinals

So far in Australia, the T20 World Cup has been somewhat spectacular. India defeated their bitter rivals Pakistan, the Netherlands, Bangladesh, and Zimbabwe to take first place in their group. The lone game they dropped was a scoreless contest in Perth versus South Africa. For Pakistan, reaching the knockout stages was largely the result of chance.

They had no business making it this far in the competition after falling to India and Zimbabwe in their first two games. The Netherlands pulled off a dramatic upset by defeating the Proteas, allowing the men in green to go to the semifinals, but they also overcame Bangladesh, South Africa, and the Netherlands.

When it comes to Group 1, New Zealand won the group by playing some thrilling cricket. They started out by crushing the reigning champions Australia, and although losing to England, they easily won the group with victories over other teams and a loss to Afghanistan. While their match against Australia was postpone, England triumph in other contests despite a loss to Ireland.

Read also: Inzamam-ul-Haq compares the 2022 T20 WC campaign to the 1992 ODI WC campaign, saying that Pakistan “climbed from bottom to top.”

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