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The Asia Cup has been rescheduled to 2022 and will be played in T20 format.
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Asia Cup Schedule 2022 (By Date)

Match, Date, Timing & Venue
1st T20 | June 2022
TBC vs TBC
Time TBA
Sri Lanka
Asia Cup Final | June 2022
TBC vs TBC
Time TBA
Sri Lanka

Asia Cup (T20 Edition) 2022

The Asia Cup 2022 is the 15th edition of the tournament. This year format is T20 as the Asia Cup matches will be played as Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). As per reports, Sri Lanka is hosting the tournament just ahead of the 2022 T20 World Cup. India, who beat Bangladesh in the 2018 edition, are the defending champions at Asia Cup 2022.

Asia Cup (ODI Edition) 2023

The Asia Cup 2023 will be the 16th edition of the tournament. The 2023 Asia Cup tournament will be the ODI edition as the Asia Cup matches will be played as One-Day Internationals (ODI). As per reports, Pakistan is set to host the tournament just ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup. Complete venues and schedule details will be announced ahead of the tournament at later dates.

The 2021 Edition’s Postponement

The 2021 Asia Cup which was initially scheduled in June has been called off and postponed till 2022. The decision was taken by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) mainly due to COVID-19 pandemic. The board was confident for securing June 2021 as a suitable window for the Asia Cup.

The board further added that PCB has exchanged hosting rights for the tournament with Sri Lanka Cricket Board and consequently, SLC will now host the rescheduled Asia Cup expected in June 2022 while the PCB will host the Asia Cup 2023.

Latest News & Updates for Asia Cup

Asia Cup Update: The 2022 edition of the Asia Cup will take place in Sri Lanka, while Pakistan will host the event in 2023.

The next edition will be in 20-over format, bearing in mind the T20 World Cup in 2022. Whereas, the 2023 Asia Cup will be based on 50-over format due to the ODI World Cup in the same year.

The switch in formats will allow Asian teams to prepare for the mega event adequately.

The decisions were taken by an Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Executive Board meeting, chaired by secretary of BCCI Jay Shah, which was held in Dubai on Thursday. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja was also one of the attendees.

2022 Asia Cup FAQ

Has the Asia Cup been rescheduled to next year?

Yes, the 2021 edition of Asia Cup has been rescheduled to 2022 as per ACC board meeting. The 2022 edition (T20 Format) will be hosted by Sri Lanka while the 2023 edition (ODI Format) will now be hosted by Pakistan.

When does the Asia Cup 2022 begin?

The Asia Cup 2022 T20 edition has been rescheduled and it will now begin in Sri Lanka ahead of the T20 World Cup.

Which teams are participating in Asia Cup 2022?

A total of six teams will be participating in the 2022 Asia Cup this year. Five teams including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are confirmed while the sixth team will be decided through Asia Cup Qualifier to be held before the main event.

What is the format of Asia Cup 2022?

The 2022 edition of Asia Cup is in T20 format as opposed to ODI format. All matches played during the tournament will be T20 matches.

Who will be hosting 2022 and 2023 Asia Cup tournaments?

As per Asian Cricket Council (ACC), Sri Lanka will be hosting the 2022 edition of Asia Cup while Pakistan will be hosting the 2023 edition.

How can I set free reminder for Asia Cup 2022 matches?

You can set reminder through our match calendar which sets match timings according to your time zone. Users need to add match timing through Google Calendar (Android/Windows etc) and iCal Calendar in Apple devices.