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Timing details for Asia Cup matches unveiled

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Asia cup, The Pakistan Cricket Board and Sri Lanka will co-host the Asian event. Moreover, with matches taking place in both countries.

Timings for Asia Cup Matches Unveiled by Asian Cricket Council

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has officially released the schedule for match timings in the upcoming Asia Cup tournament. In an interesting collaborative effort. Moreover, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will be co-hosting the event along with Sri Lanka.

All matches, moreover, including the highly anticipated final, are set to commence at 2:30 pm (PST), with the toss scheduled for 2:00 pm (PST). Moreover, this consistent timing adds an element of uniformity and predictability to the tournament proceedings.

The tournament’s inauguration will witness host nation Pakistan taking on Nepal in the opening match, which is scheduled for August 30 in Multan. Further, Of particular significance is Nepal’s participation, marking their first appearance in the Asia Cup. This match promises an exciting start to the tournament, drawing attention from fans and cricket enthusiasts across the region.

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Asia Cup Full Schedule in Pakistan Standard Time (PST)

Group Stage

  • August 30: Pakistan vs Nepal in Multan at 2:30 pm
  • August 31: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka in Kandy at 2:30 pm
  • September 2: Pakistan vs India in Kandy at 2:30 pm
  • September 3: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan in Lahore at 2:30 pm
  • September 4: India vs Nepal in Kandy at 2:30 pm
  • September 5: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka in Lahore at 2:30 pm

Super 4s

  • September 6: A1 vs B2 in Lahore at 2:30 pm
  • September 9: B1 vs B2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm
  • September 10: A1 vs A2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm
  • September 12: A2 vs B1 in Colombo at 2:30 pm
  • September 14: A1 vs B1 in Colombo at 2:30 pm
  • September 15: A2 vs B2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm

Final

  • September 17: Final in Colombo at 2:30 pm

Initial Seedings Independent of First Round Results

  • A1 designation will be retained by Pakistan.
  • India will continue to hold the A2 position.
  • In the event that either India or Pakistan fail to advance to the Super 4s, their place will be assumed by Nepal.
  • Sri Lanka’s position as B1 will remain unchanged.
  • B2 will continue to be occupied by Bangladesh.
  • Should either Sri Lanka or Bangladesh not proceed to the Super 4s, their spot will be filled by Afghanistan.

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