The eighth ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will feature 16 teams playing 45 matches in seven Australian cities between 16 October and 13 November.
Namibia, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates
Ireland, Scotland, West Indies, Zimbabwe
Afghanistan, Australia, England, New Zealand, Group A winner, Group B runner-up
Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Group B winner, Group A runner-up.
Seven venues across Australia will be used in total during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.
Melbourne Cricket Ground will host the final and the semi-finals set to be played at Adelaide Oval and the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The Gabba in Brisbane, Kardinia Park in Geelong, Bellerive Oval in Hobart and Perth Stadium are the other host venues.
This year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup takes place in three stages.
The First Round sees two groups of four teams participating in a round-robin. The top two teams from each group progress to the Super 12 stage.
The eight nations competing in the First Round consist of the four lowest-ranked nations to have automatically qualified for the tournament at the cut-off point – Namibia, Scotland, Sri Lanka and West Indies.
They will be joined by two teams from each of the Qualifier tournaments held in 2022.
Ireland and UAE progressed in Qualifier A in Oman back in February, with Netherlands and Zimbabwe triumphing in Qualifier B in Zimbabwe in July.
The top team from Group A and the second team from Group B enter Group 1 of the Super 12s, with the top finishers in Group B and the second-placed side from Group A going into Group 2.
The Super 12 stage sees two groups of six play a round-robin, with the top two teams from each group progressing to the knock-out stage.
The knock-out stage consists of two semi-finals and the Final at the MCG on November 13.