The United Arab Emirates are the highest ranked T20I team in the qualifier tournament at 12. But as per recent form, there doesn’t appear to be much difference between the four contenders for the Group A spot in Asia Cup.
The Asia Cup qualifiers, and Asia Cup, present a great opportunity for us to finish off an intense and long period of overseas tours on a high. I’m incredibly proud of the efforts of all the players and the sacrifices both them and their families have made to be able to tour for such a long period.
Oman ?? is set to host Asia Cup ? 2022 Qualifiers from 20th August to 24th August with the UAE, Kuwait, Hong Kong and Singapore competing for the sixth spot amongst test playing nations India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. #ACC #AsiaCup2022 #Qualifiers #Oman pic.twitter.com/3HXdHgTd4p— AsianCricketCouncil (@ACCMedia1) August 10, 2022
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Earlier the Asia Cup was played for only 50 overs but since 2016 the Asia Cup is played in 50 over and T20 format in an alternative manner. This time the Asia Cup will be played in T20 format. This time 6 teams are divided into two groups. Group A will be the third team to qualify apart from India and Pakistan, while Group B has Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.
India and Pakistan can clash again on September 4 if they finish in No. 1 and 2 position in Group A, in a Super 4 clash. Then again if the two sides make the final, they will clash again on September 11.
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