The 2016 ICC World Twenty20 will be held in India from 8th March to 3rd April 2016 and will be the sixth edition of the ICC World Twenty20, and the first to be hosted by India.
Sky Sports is the only place to watch all 35 games live starting with Zimbabwe v Hong Kong on Tuesday 8th March at 9am on Sky Sports 2 HD.
For the second time, the tournament features 16 teams. Ten full ICC members qualified automatically, joined by six associate members, Oman is the only team making its World T20 debut.
The six associate teams plus the two lowest ranked full members – Bangladesh and Zimbabwe – are split into two groups of four, with the two winners advancing to the Super 10s.
There they will join one of two groups of five filled by full member sides. This stage of the tournament begins on Tuesday 15th March, with two teams ultimately advancing from each group through to the semi-finals, the winners competing in the final at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday 3rd April.
Group A: Bangladesh, Netherlands, Ireland, Oman
Group B: Afghanistan, Scotland, Zimbabwe, Hong Kong
Group 1: South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka, England, Group B Winner
Group 2: India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Australia, Group A Winner
A full list of fixtures can be found here
All 35 matches will also be shown live on Sky’s internet streaming services, Now TV and Sky Go.
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