Ahead of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 starting on Sunday in Australia, ICC shared a pic of “Captain’s Day” with all captains in one frame on its official Twitter handle. The picture was taken when the skippers talked to the media about their respective teams and preparations.
• Captain’s Day pic showing all 16 captains of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 squad goes viral
• The total price of the tournament is USD 5.6 million
• The final match of the tournament will be played on 13 November in Melbourne
What Is The Captain’s Day Picture?
The picture shows all 16 captains sharing the dais ahead of the tournament. The captains are allowed to speak to the media before the campaign begins. They discuss the structures of their respective teams and tell how their preparations are going for the tournament.
What Is The Schedule Of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022?
The campaign will start on Sunday with Sri Lanka taking on Namibia in the qualifiers. The Super 12 stage will begin on 22 October with Australia squaring off New Zealand. The arch-rivals India and Pakistan will show their might at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 23 October.
Namibia, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Ireland, Scotland, the West Indies, and Zimbabwe will play in the first round starting on 16 October.
Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa will start their tournament at the Super 12 stage.
What Is The Total Price Value Of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022?
The total price for ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is USD 5.6 million out of which USD 1.6 million will be awarded to the winner. Runners-up will get USD 800,000 and those reaching semi-finals will get USD 400,000 each.
Similarly, the first-round winners will get USD 40,000 available to those who win each of the 12 games, amounting to USD 480,000. The four teams losing the first round will get USD 40,000 each.
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is a 45-match tournament starting on 16 October in Australia. The tournament will be played across seven venues in the host country.