Asia Cup 2018: Schedule, Teams, Venues & More


Upcoming Asia Cup 2018, the fight for a title between Asian cricket teams is just around the corner. Every cricket fan is excited to watch this incredible tournament, especially Asian fans. On the other side, teams are also eager to put their hands on the stunning trophy. We are going to discuss about tournament’s scedule, teams, venue, and fixtures.

The tournament gets more value because two rivals Pakistan and India face each other for around more than one time. After winning Champion Trophy in 2017 Pakistan is one the favorites and will be there to play against each other team.

Pakistan, winner of Champion's trophy 2017
Pakistan, Champion Trophy 2017 winners

Asia Cup 2018 Venue:

It was decided that Asia cup 2018 would be hosted by India this year but due to some political problems between Pakistan and India venue has been shifted to UAE.

It was decided during the annual session of ACC chaired by its president along with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Najam Sethi, after Pakistan objected to play in India.

For more information you may visit Asia Cup 2018 moved to UAE from India.

Tournament dates:

Asia cup 2018 will be played between 13th to 28th of September in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Asia Cup 2018 Teams:

Total 6 teams will be competing for this stunning trophy. One team will be added later on after winning the qualifier round. Rest 5 teams are:

  • Pakistan
  • India
  • Bangladesh
  • Sri Lanka
  • Afghanistan

Asia cup 2018 Schedule:

Group Stages:

18th September Pakistan vs Qualifier Team
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
19th September India vs Qualifier Team
20th September Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka
21st September Pakistan vs India
Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

Super 4 Round:

23rd September 1st Group A vs 2nd Group B
24th September 1st Group B vs 2nd Group A
25th September 2nd Group A vs 2nd Group B
26th September 1st Group A vs 1st Group B
27th September 1st Group A vs 2nd Group B
28th September 1st Group B vs 2nd Group B
30th September Final


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