The 2018 Asia Cup which is also known as, Unimoni Asia Cup will be a cup will be a One Day International (ODI) cricket planned to be held in the United Arab Emirates in September 2018. It will be the 14th edition of Asia Cup and then this is the third time the competition will be played in the UAE, after the 1984 and 1995 competitions. There are 6 teams participating from the Asian Cricket Council in the competition: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong.
The 14th Edition of Asia cup will get underway in the United Arab Emirates – UAE from the 13-28 September With the opening Match, India is the most successful team as they won the 6 titles so far, of this Asia Cup Tournament. India is the defending champions of this Asia cup as they previously won the 2016 title by defeating the Bangladesh team by 6 wickets.
Hong Kong, who beat UAE in the last of the qualifiers, are the only team taking a part in the competition without ODI status. Their first-round matches will happen against Pakistan and India on 16 AND 18 September, separately in Dubai. And with this series a long awaited match between India and Pakistan will held on September 19 at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai.
To allow ODI status to all matches in the Asia Cup is a positive Step taken by the ICC Board as we keep on taking a top to bottom take a gander at global cricket structure in connection to our long-term aspiration of developing the diversion and adding to the one billion fans who take after the game “ICC CEO David Richardson said in a media discharge.
The way that these occasions are available to groups past the current 16 groups that right now have ODI status is vital and, in like manner, guaranteeing all matches are conceded ODI status is profiting of the occasions and simply remunerate for the groups that have qualified. ” obviously all T20 coordinates between ICC Members presently have T20I status and we are amidst auditing the entire issue of ODI status, which ought to be finished in the following couple of months.”
Group Stage :
Group A: India, Pakistan, Hong Kong (Qualifier)
Group B: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka
The timetable and arrangement of the competition were reported on 24 July 2018, with the six groups, split two gatherings of three. The main two groups from every one of the gatherings will then advancement to the Super Four area of the competition from that point, the Top two groups of the Super Four Section will then play each other in the last. Bangladesh will take in the SriLanka in the opening round of the competition at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Afghanistan, ICC Full Member
Bangladesh, ICC Full Member
India, ICC Full Member
Pakistan, ICC Full Member
Sri Lanka, ICC Full Member
Hong Kong, 2018 Asia Cup Qualifier
Sep 15, Sat Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, 1st Match, Group
Sep 16, Sun Pakistan vs Hong Kong, 2nd Match, Group A
Sep 17, Mon Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan, 3rd Match, Group
Sep 18, Tue India vs Hong Kong, 4th Match, Group A
Sep 19, Wed India vs Pakistan, 5th Match, Group
Sep 20, Thu Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 6th Match, Group B
Sep 21, Fri TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 1
Sep 21, Fri TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 2
Sep 23, Sun TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 3
Sep 23, Sun TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 4
Sep 25, Tue TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 5
Sep 26, Wed TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 6
Sep 28, Fri TBC vs TBC, Final
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