ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Looms Large on the Horizon in US
ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Looms Large on the Horizon in US

Get ready, folks in the US! The upcoming ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 is just around the corner, and you won't want to miss a moment of the action.

Dear fellow Americans, the anticipation for the 2024 ICC T20 World Cup is building up. This cricket extravaganza is set to be one of the most thrilling events in the cricketing world. But the big question is, how can you catch all the excitement, no matter where you are?

Scheduled for June 2022, the Men's T20 World Cup will be jointly hosted by the West Indies and the US. This time, it's an even more extensive tournament featuring 20 teams, with England aiming to defend their title.

Teams will be divided into four groups of five, with Group A featuring Ireland, and Group B including both England and Scotland. The top two teams from each group will advance to the Super 8 stage.

The Super 8s will consist of two groups of four, with the top two teams from each group earning a spot in the semi-finals. Kicking off the tournament on June 1 in Dallas, the US and Canada match will set the stage for an exciting month of cricket. The grand finale is scheduled to take place in Barbados on June 29, and you can catch every thrilling moment exclusively on Sky Sports.

Wondering where to watch the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 series live in the US? Well, you're in luck! Tune in to Sky Sports for just $33 this June, and ensure you don't miss a single ball.

As for when to catch the live action, mark your calendars starting from June 1. Sky Sports will be your go-to channel to stream all your favorite matches daily throughout the tournament.

The hosts, West Indies and the US, secured automatic entry, with the US making their debut appearance. Joining them are the top eight teams from the previous T20 World Cup in 2022: England, Pakistan, New Zealand, India, Australia, South Africa, Netherlands, and Sri Lanka.

The remaining spots were filled through regional qualifiers, with Afghanistan and Bangladesh earning spots based on T20I rankings. Ireland and Scotland qualified from Europe, Papua New Guinea from East Asia-Pacific, Canada from the Americas, Nepal and Oman from Asia, and Namibia and Uganda from Africa. Keep an eye out, as Canada will be making their debut appearance in this prestigious tournament.

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