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2022 ICC U-19 World Cup: All you need to know - fixtures, teams, dates, venues, live stream and TV timings

NEW DELHI: The rising cricketing stars from around the world are all set to take centre stage as the 14th edition of the ICC Men's U-19 Cricket World Cup kick-starts from 14th January in the West Indies. For the first time in the history of the biennial extravaganza, the Caribbean islands will be hosting the tournament that will see a total of 48 matches played across 4 venues -- Antigua, Guyana, Saint Kitts and Trinidad with Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound hosting the summit clash.
A total of 16 teams will be competing to lay their hands on the title. The teams have been divided into four groups where they will lock horns in Round Robin style to progress to the Plate and Super League phases. The final showdown is set for 5th February.
Four-time champions India (2000, 2008, 2012 and 2018), who are the most successful team in the history of the tournament will once again be strong title contenders and will be led by the dynamic Yash Dhull from Delhi. He will be hoping to become the third India captain from Delhi, after Virat Kohli and Unmukt Chand, to lead India to the u-19 World Cup title.
Here's all you need to know about the upcoming edition of the U-19 World Cup in the West Indies.
Teams (16):
Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, England, India, Ireland, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Uganda, UAE, West Indies and Zimbabwe.
Dates - The tournament will run from 14th January to 5th February.
Groups:
Group A - Bangladesh, England, Canada, UAE
Group B - India, Ireland, South Africa, Uganda
Group C - Afghanistan, Pakistan, PNG, Zimbabwe
Group D - Australia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, West Indies
Timings:
All matches will start at 7:30 pm IST
Format:
50 overs
India squad:
Yash Dhull (captain), Harnoor Singh, Angkrish Raghuvanshi, SK Rasheed (vice-captain), Nishant Sindhu, Siddarth Yadav, Aneeshwar Gautam, Dinesh Bana, Aaradhya Yadav, Raj Angad Bawa, Manav Parakh, Kaushal Tambe, RS Hangargekar, Vasu Vats, Vicky Ostwal, Ravikumar, Garv Sangwan.
Traveling Reserves: Rishit Reddy, Uday Saharan, Ansh Gosai, Amrit Raj Upadhyay, Amrit Raj Upadhyay.
Where to watch:
You can catch the latest blogs and updates of the big matches on timesofindia.com
The TV broadcasting rights for the ICC U-19 World Cup in India are with the Star Sports Network. Matches will be available on the different Star channels. Disney+Hotstar will live stream the matches.
Fixtures:
Group stage fixtures
14 January
West Indies vs Australia, Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
Sri Lanka vs Scotland, Everest Cricket Club, Guyana
15 January
Canada vs UAE, Conaree Cricket Center, St Kitts and Nevis
India vs South Africa, Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
Ireland vs Uganda, Everest Cricket Club, Guyana
Pakistan vs PNG, Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
16 January
Bangladesh vs England, Warner Park Cricket Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
17 January
West Indies vs Scotland, Warner Park Cricket Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
Australia vs Sri Lanka, Conaree Cricket Center, St Kitts and Nevis
18 January
England vs Canada, Warner Park Cricket Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
South Africa vs Uganda, Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Afghanistan vs PNG, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
19 January
Australia vs Scotland, Conaree Cricket Center, St Kitts and Nevis
India vs Ireland, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
20 January
England vs UAE, Warner Park Cricket Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
Bangladesh vs Canada Conaree Cricket Center, St Kitts and Nevis
Pakistan vs Afghanistan, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
Zimbabwe vs PNG, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
21 January
West Indies vs Sri Lanka, Conaree Cricket Center, St Kitts and Nevis
South Africa vs Ireland, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
22 January
Bangladesh vs UAE, Warner Park Cricket Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
India vs Uganda, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate and Super League fixtures
25 January
Plate Quarter-Final 1 – A3 vs B4, Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate Quarter-Final 2 – B3 vs A4, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
26 January
Plate Quarter-Final 3 – C3 vs D4, Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate Quarter-Final 4 – D3 vs C4, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
Super League quarter-final 1 – A1 vs B2, Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
27 January
Super League Quarter-Final 4 – D1 vs C2, Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
28 January
Super League Quarter-Final 3 – C1 vs D2, Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
Plate Semi-Final 1 – Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate Playoff Semi-Final 1 – Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
29 January
Plate Semi-Final 2 – Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate Playoff Semi-Final 2 – Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
Super League Quarter-Final 2 – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
30 January
Super League Playoff Semi-Final 1 – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
15th/16th place-playoff, Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago
13th/14th place-playoff, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
31 January
Super League Playoff Semi-Final 2 – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
11/12th place-playoff – Diego Martin Sporting Complex, Trinidad and Tobago
Plate Final – Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
1 February
Super League Semi-Final 1 – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
2 February
Super League Semi-Final 2 – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
3 February
5th Place Playoff - Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua
7th Place Playoff - Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua
5 February
Final – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua and Barbuda
Overall Most titles:
India (4) - 2000, 2008, 2012, 2018
Australia (3) - 1988, 2002, 2010
Pakistan (2) - 2004, 2006
England (1) - 1998
South Africa (1) - 2014
West Indies (1) - 2016
Bangladesh (1) - 2020
Overall Most Runs:
Eoin Morgan (606 runs for Ireland)
Overall Most wickets:
Wesley Madhevere (28 wickets for Zimbabwe)
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