ICC T20 World Cup 2024 – Live Update, Fixture, Score, News

Heavy rain on Sunday interrupted the much-anticipated opening match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 between West Indies and Papua New Guinea, leaving the game in the balance.

Papua New Guinea, batting first, put up a competitive total of 136 runs in their allotted eight overs before the heavens opened up. Tony Ura’s blistering 37 runs off 15 balls was the highlight of their innings.

In response, West Indies had a shaky start, losing a wicket early on. However, they scored eight runs in the 1.2 overs played before the downpour forced the players off the field.

The match is scheduled to resume on Monday at 10:00 AM local time, with West Indies needing 129 runs to secure a victory with nine wickets in hand. Cricket fans eagerly await the resumption of play, as both teams have much to prove in this crucial tournament opener.

With the match evenly poised, the weather forecast for Monday will play a crucial role in determining the outcome. Stay tuned for further updates on this exciting encounter as the T20 World Cup action unfolds.

Fixture

DateMatchVenueTime (Local)
June 1USA vs. CanadaGrand Prairie Stadium, Dallas19:30 CDT
June 2West Indies vs. Papua New GuineaProvidence Stadium, Guyana10:30 AST
June 2Pakistan vs. IrelandCentral Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill19:30 EDT
June 3Namibia vs. OmanKensington Oval, Bridgetown20:30 AST
June 3Sri Lanka vs. South AfricaNassau County Stadium, New York09:30 EDT
June 4Afghanistan vs. UgandaProvidence Stadium, Guyana08:30 AST
June 4England vs. ScotlandKensington Oval, Bridgetown15:30 AST
June 4Netherlands vs. NepalGrand Prairie Stadium, Dallas16:30 CDT
June 5India vs. BangladeshWarner Park, St Kitts20:00 AST
June 6Australia vs. NamibiaKensington Oval, Bridgetown20:00 AST
June 6New Zealand vs. West IndiesDaren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia20:00 AST
June 7Pakistan vs. CanadaCentral Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill19:30 EDT
June 7South Africa vs. BangladeshNassau County Stadium, New York19:30 EDT
June 8England vs. OmanSir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua18:00 AST
June 8Afghanistan vs. New ZealandDaren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia20:00 AST
June 9India vs. IrelandNassau County Stadium, New York15:30 EDT
June 9Australia vs. ScotlandKensington Oval, Bridgetown20:00 AST
June 10Nepal vs. South AfricaNassau County Stadium, New York15:30 EDT
June 10West Indies vs. UgandaBrian Lara Stadium, Trinidad20:00 AST
June 11England vs. NamibiaSir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua18:00 AST
June 11Afghanistan vs. Papua New GuineaDaren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia20:00 AST
June 12Pakistan vs. USACentral Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill19:30 EDT
June 12India vs. BangladeshWarner Park, St Kitts20:00 AST
June 13Australia vs. OmanSir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua18:00 AST
June 13New Zealand vs. UgandaBrian Lara Stadium, Trinidad20:00 AST
June 14Scotland vs. NamibiaKensington Oval, Bridgetown18:00 AST
June 14Sri Lanka vs. NetherlandsNassau County Stadium, New York19:30 EDT
June 15Ireland vs. CanadaCentral Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill15:30 EDT
June 15England vs. AustraliaKensington Oval, Bridgetown20:00 AST