2020–22 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

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2020–22 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League
Dates1 May 2020–31 March 2022
Administrator(s)International Cricket Council
Cricket formatOne Day International
Participants13
Matches played156

The 2020–22 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League[1][2] will be the inaugural edition of the One Day International (ODI) league.[3] The league will last from May 2020 to March 2022 and will serve as part of the qualification process for the 2023 Cricket World Cup.[4]

It will feature thirteen countries, the twelve Full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Netherlands, who won the 2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship to qualify for this competition.[5] Each team will play an ODI series against eight of the twelve opponents, four series at home and four away. Each series will consist of three ODIs.[6]

Contents

Competing teams[edit]

Full members of the ICC

Winner of the 2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship

Schedule[edit]

The match schedule was announced by the ICC on 20 June 2018 as part of the 2018–23 ICC Future Tours Programme.[8][9]

IPL2008Legend.svg Afghanistan Australia Bangladesh England India Ireland Netherlands New Zealand Pakistan South Africa Sri Lanka West Indies Zimbabwe Will not play:[10]
Afghanistan
3 matches
March 2022

3 matches
January 2021

3 matches
December 2021

3 matches
September 2021
England
New Zealand
South Africa
West Indies
Australia
3 matches
November 2020

3 matches
January 2021

3 matches
January 2022

3 matches
June 2020
Bangladesh
Ireland
Netherlands
Sri Lanka
Bangladesh
3 matches
February 2022

3 matches
October 2021

3 matches
December 2020

3 matches
January 2021
Australia
India
Netherlands
Pakistan
England
3 matches
July 2020

3 matches
September 2020

3 matches
July 2021

3 matches
June 2021
Afghanistan
New Zealand
West Indies
Zimbabwe
India
3 matches
March 2021

3 matches
September 2020

3 matches
October 2021

3 matches
January 2022
Bangladesh
Ireland
Netherlands
Pakistan
Ireland
3 matches
May 2020

3 matches
June 2020

3 matches
June 2021

3 matches
August 2021
Australia
India
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Netherlands
3 matches
May 2021

3 matches
July 2021

3 matches
July 2020

3 matches
July 2020
Australia
Bangladesh
India
Sri Lanka
New Zealand
3 matches
February 2021

3 matches
March 2022

3 matches
January 2022

3 matches
February 2021
Afghanistan
England
South Africa
Zimbabwe
Pakistan
3 matches
February 2022

3 matches
October 2021

3 matches
December 2021

3 matches
November 2020
Bangladesh
India
Ireland
Sri Lanka
South Africa
3 matches
March 2022

3 matches
March 2021

3 matches
September 2021

3 matches
October 2020
Afghanistan
New Zealand
West Indies
Zimbabwe
Sri Lanka
3 matches
July 2021

3 matches
June 2020

3 matches
June 2020

3 matches
October 2020
Australia
Ireland
Netherlands
Pakistan
West Indies
3 matches
June 2021

3 matches
January 2022

3 matches
July 2020

3 matches
February 2021
Afghanistan
England
South Africa
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
3 matches
November 2021

3 matches
June 2021

3 matches
August 2020

3 matches
September 2020
England
New Zealand
South Africa
West Indies


Home team won Away team won Series drawn No matches played



Fixtures[edit]

2020[edit]

Ireland v Bangladesh[edit]

Sri Lanka v South Africa[edit]

Australia v Zimbabwe[edit]

Ireland v New Zealand[edit]

Sri Lanka v India[edit]

England v Australia[edit]

Netherlands v West Indies[edit]

Netherlands v Pakistan[edit]

West Indies v New Zealand[edit]

Zimbabwe v India[edit]

Zimbabwe v Netherlands[edit]

England v Ireland[edit]

India v England[edit]

2020/21[edit]

South Africa v Pakistan[edit]

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe[edit]

Australia v India[edit]

Pakistan v Zimbabwe[edit]

Bangladesh v Sri Lanka[edit]

Afghanistan v Ireland[edit]

Bangladesh v West Indies[edit]

Australia v New Zealand[edit]

New Zealand v Sri Lanka[edit]

India v Afghanistan[edit]

West Indies v Sri Lanka[edit]

New Zealand v Bangladesh[edit]

South Africa v England[edit]

2021[edit]

Netherlands v England[edit]

West Indies v Australia[edit]

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh[edit]

England v Sri Lanka[edit]

Ireland v South Africa[edit]

Netherlands v Ireland[edit]

England v Pakistan[edit]

Sri Lanka v Afghanistan[edit]

Ireland v Zimbabwe[edit]

Afghanistan v Pakistan[edit]

South Africa v Netherlands[edit]

2021/22[edit]

Bangladesh v England[edit]

India v South Africa[edit]

Pakistan v New Zealand[edit]

Zimbabwe v Afghanistan[edit]

Pakistan v West Indies[edit]

Afghanistan v Netherlands[edit]

West Indies v Ireland[edit]

Australia v South Africa[edit]

India v West Indies[edit]

New Zealand v Netherlands[edit]

Bangladesh v Afghanistan[edit]

Pakistan v Australia[edit]

New Zealand v India[edit]

South Africa v Bangladesh[edit]

Afghanistan v Australia[edit]

Qualification for the 2023 Cricket World Cup[edit]

For the World Cup, the top seven sides plus the hosts (India) will qualify automatically. The remaining five teams will play in a qualifying event along with an undecided number of Associate sides, from which two sides will go through to the final tournament.[11]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New qualification pathway for ICC Men's Cricket World Cup approved". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Associates pathway to 2023 World Cup undergoes major revamp". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
  3. ^ "ICC approves Test Championship, ODI league". Cricbuzz. 13 October 2017. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
  4. ^ "New ODI league to act as World Cup qualification pathway". 20 June 2018. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  5. ^ "The Netherlands win the ICC World Cricket League Championship". International Cricket Council. 6 December 2017. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  6. ^ "Explainer - the Test and ODI league structures". ESPNcricinfo. 22 September 2017. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
  7. ^ "Nederland wint World Cricket League!". Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricket Bond. 6 December 2017. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  8. ^ "Men's Future Tour Programme 2018-2023 released". International Cricket Council. 20 June 2018. Retrieved 20 June 2018.
  9. ^ "Men's Future Tour Programme 2018-2023" (PDF). International Cricket Council. 20 June 2018. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  10. ^ as part of the ICC ODI League or FTP, bilateral tours may still be arranged.
  11. ^ "New cricket calendar aims to give all formats more context". ESPN Cricinfo. 4 February 2017. Retrieved 20 October 2017.