India to flog off U-19 World Cup debate opposite Australia

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India will take on Australia on Jan 28 during Mirpur in their opening compare of a 2016 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup to be hold in Bangladesh from Jan 27 to Feb 14.

The contest will be hold opposite 8 venues in 4 Bangladesh cities with 48 matches to be played and ICC to furnish live promote coverage of 20 matches.

India, a winners of a 2000, 2008 and 2012 editions, have been placed in Group D along with Australia, New Zealand and Nepal.

Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Dhaka and Sylhet will share a 48 matches between them during a 19-day tournament, that will open with a compare between fortifying champion South Africa and horde Bangladesh during Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium (ZACS) in Chittagong.

The contest will cap with a final during a iconic Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. All matches
will be day fixtures and will start during 0930 internal time.

The Super League semi-finals and final will have haven days, a ICC pronounced on Monday in a statement, announcing a report of a tournament.

For a initial time in a story of this competition, ICC will furnish live promote coverage of an rare 20 matches. The matches that will be shown around a universe by ICC promote partner, Star Sports and a licensees, embody 4 from Chittagong, 9 from Mirpur and 7 from Fatullah.

According to a eventuality format, a 16 sides have been equally divided into 4 groups of 4 each, with a tip dual from any organisation surpassing to a Super League theatre and a bottom dual to underline in a Plate Championship.

Apart from a 10 Test personification countries, 6 Associate and Affiliate Member sides — Afghanistan, Canada, Fiji, Namibia, Nepal and Scotland — will also attend after winning a several informal subordinate events.

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