The Global Cricket Committee on Monday declared the match authorities for the semi-finals of the continuous ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. The main semi-last between New Zealand and Pakistan will occur at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney on Wednesday, 9 November, while the second semi-last among India and Britain will be played on Thursday, 10 November at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide.

The match official arrangements are as per the following according to a public statement from ICC:

November 9 – New Zealand v Pakistan (19h00 AEDT), Sydney Cricket Ground – Marais Erasmus and Richard Illingworth (on-field), Richard Kettleborough (third umpire), Michael Gough (fourth umpire) and Chris Wide (match official). And on 10 November – India v England (18h30 ACDT), Adelaide Oval – Kumar Dharmasena and Paul Reiffel (on-field), Chris Gaffaney (third umpire), Pole Exhaust (fourth umpire), and David Aid (match arbitrator).

Arrangements for the 13 November last at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will be educated once the result regarding both semi-finals are known. While the possibilities of finalists look like India and Pakistan will move ahead in the tournament to play the final match to win the trophy on November 13, 2022, However, the opposition team of India and Pakistan, i.e. England and New Zealand, will make sure to win their semi-final match by superb scores on the respective dates to get into the finals of the tournament.