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India’s potential T20 World Cup 2024 semi-final venue unveiled

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India will play the second semi-final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) T20 World Cup 2024, scheduled on June 27 at Providence Stadium in Guyana, if they manage to reach the final four stage.

The playing conditions for the T20 World Cup, as revealed by the ICC, state that the second semi-final in Guyana will be a day game, starting at 10:30 AM local time. This translates to 8:00 PM in India.

Consequently, if team India qualifies for the semi-final, they will play in Guyana to cater to the audience back home.

Meanwhile, the first semi-final is scheduled to take place at Tarouba in Trinidad on June 26, which will be a night game, starting at 8:30 PM local time and 6:00 AM in India.

The final of the mega-event is scheduled at Bridgetown in Barbados on June 29. This will also be a day game, which will start at 10:00 AM local time (7:30 PM in India).

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Moreover, the playing conditions have also confirmed that there will be no reserve day for the second semi-final. Instead, 250 minutes of extra time will be allotted to the match, compared to the 190 minutes allotted to the first semi-final and the final, which have reserve days.

The T20 World Cup 2024 will commence on 1 June with co-hosts USA taking on arch-rival Canada, while fellow hosts the West Indies will play Papua New Guinea in Guyana on the second day of group play.

A total of three venues in the USA and six in the Caribbean will host the elusive event, featuring 20 teams for the first time.

Ten of the 20 teams will play their first match of the 29-day tournament in the USA, with 16 contests to be held in Lauderhill, Dallas and New York and the blockbuster clash between India and Pakistan scheduled for the new Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in Long Island on 9 June.

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