Top Attendances in T20 World Cup 2022- List of Games with Highest Crowds WC

Here are the list of games with the highest attendances ( Top 10) for the recently concluded T20 World Cup which was held in Australia from 16 October to 13 November 2022.

Also check out India attendances at the T20 World Cup and crowds for England games at the T20 WC

23 October 2022- India vs Pakistan at Melbourne Cricket Ground- 90,293

6 November 2022- India vs Zimbabwe at Melbourne Cricket Ground- 82,507

13 November 2022- Pakistan vs England (F) at Melbourne Cricket Ground- 80,462

30 October 2022- India vs South Africa at Perth Stadium- 44,251

10 November 2022- India vs England (S/F) at Adelaide Oval- 40,094

28 October 2022- Australia vs England at Melbourne Cricket Ground- 37,565

9 November 2022- New Zealand vs Pakistan (S/F) at Sydney Cricket Ground- 36,443

27 October 2022- India vs Netherlands at Sydney Cricket Ground- 36,426

22 October 2022- New Zealand vs Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground- 34,756

3 November 2022- Pakistan vs South Africa at Sydney Cricket Ground- 30,351

DateGamesVenueAttendance
23 October 2022India vs PakistanMelbourne Cricket Ground90,293
6 November 2022India vs ZimbabweMelbourne Cricket Ground82,507
13 November 2022 Pakistan vs England (F)Melbourne Cricket Ground80,462
30 October 2022India vs South AfricaPerth Stadium44,251
10 November 2022India vs England (S/F)Adelaide Oval40,094
28 October 2022Australia vs EnglandMelbourne Cricket Ground37,565
9 November 2022New Zealand vs Pakistan (S/F)Sydney Cricket Ground36,443
27 October 2022India vs NetherlandsSydney Cricket Ground36,426
22 October 2022New Zealand vs AustraliaSydney Cricket Ground34,756
3 November 2022Pakistan vs South AfricaSydney Cricket Ground30,351

Pakistan vs England MCG Attendance 80,462 2022 T20 World Cup Final Crowd November 13

A crowd of 80,462 were present at the MCG for the 2022 T20 World Cup final between Pakistan and England on November 13, 2022 (Sunday). It was however a lower crowd than the 90,293 fans who were in attendance for India vs Pakistan and 82,507 for India vs Zimbabwe earlier in the tournament in the group stages. It was also a lower attendance than the 86,174 crowd who turned up for the Australia vs India T20 Womens World Cup final at this venue two years ago.

It was also a smaller crowd than the 87,182 who watched the 1992 50 over World Cup final between these two very teams (Pak v Eng) at the G.

England won the final by beating Pakistan.

Pak vs Eng MCG 2022 Attendance

England attendances at T20 World Cup 2022- List of crowd figures for English matches T20 WC in Australia

Here are the attendances for the games involving England at the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia. England remain a well supported team, especially in Australia, and won the tournament, beating India in the semis and Pakistan in the final.

Afghanistan vs England Perth Attendance 22 October 2022- 8,405 (Optus Stadium, WA)

Ireland vs England MCG Attendance 26 October 2022- 11,369 (Melbourne)

Australia vs England MCG Attendance 28 October 2022- 37,565* (Melbourne) (*-Abandoned)

NZ vs England Gabba Attendance 1 November 2022- 22,547 (Brisbane)

Sri Lanka vs England SCG Attendance 5 November 2022- 24,250 (Sydney)

England vs India Adelaide SF Attendance 10 November 2022- 40,094 (Adelaide, SA) Continue reading “England attendances at T20 World Cup 2022- List of crowd figures for English matches T20 WC in Australia”

England vs Sri Lanka 2022 SCG Sydney Attendance 24,250 November 5 Super 12 T20 World Cup Report

England all rounder Ben Stokes scored a valuable unbeaten 42 to help his side reached the semifinals of the World Cup as they defeated Sri Lankan by 4 wickets at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday. A crowd of 24,250 was present at the SCG for this clash- a decent figure but lower than the 30,351 for Pakistan vs South Africa and the 36,426 for India Netherlands at the same venue.

SL vs Eng

Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first, with openers Pathum Nissanka and Kusal Mendis getting them to a quickfire start. The duo added 39 runs for the opening wicket before Mendis (18) pulled a short delivery from Chris Woakes to Liam Livingstone, who took a fine running catch.

Dhananjaya de Silva then holed out to Stokes at deep midwicket off Sam Curran for 9. Charith Asalanka (8) fell to Stokes, edging one to Dawid Malan at point.

Nissanka looked in fine touch as he reached his half century in just 33 balls. However just as he was threatening to take the game away from England, he skied a delivery from Adil Rashid to substitute Chris Jordan in deep.

Mark Wood then pegged the Lankans back with wickets of Dasun Shanaka (3), Bhanuka Rajapaksa (22) and Chamika Karunaratne (0) in quick succession as they were restricted to 141/8 in 20 overs.

It was a poor score for the Asia Cup champions given that they were 100 after 13 overs, managing less than a run a ball in the final seven.

Chasing 142, England got off to a fantastic start as openers Alex Hales and Jos Buttler added 75 for the opening wicket. However Hasaranga broke the stand by dismissing skipper Buttler (28), caught brilliantly by a diving Chamika Karunaratne at deep midwicket.

Hales (47) fell three run short of a well deserved half-century, as he attempted a slog-sweep off Hasaranga and chipped one back to the bowler.

The English side lost a bit of momentum as they crumbled from 82/2 to 111/5. However Stokes held his nerve and guided his team to a four wicket win. The victory also knocked defending champions Australia out of the World Cup, with England and the Black Caps advancing from Group 1.

New Zealand Black Caps vs England Gabba Attendance 22,547 T20 World Cup Brisbane November 1 2022 Super 12 Match

England gave their hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals a huge boost, and at the same time, dented that of hosts Australia, as they beat New Zealand in front of a 22,547 strong crowd at the Gabba in Brisbane.

The result now means England, New Zealand and Australia all have 5 points with one game to play, but the hosts’ inferior net run rate, coupled with the fact that England play their game against Sri Lanka later and will know exactly what to do, puts them in a weak position ahead of the final round of games.

Last round of Group 1 fixtures (Super 12)

NZ vs Ireland & Australia vs Afghanistan (November 4)
England vs Sri Lanka (November 5)

Super 12 Group 1 Table Before Last Round of Fixtures

The Gabba pitch seemed to assist spin more than pace, and it was reflected in the NZ bowling effort, where Mitch Santner and Ish Sodhi were both economical, but the rest (Boult, Southee, Ferguson) all went for over 10 an over. Continue reading “New Zealand Black Caps vs England Gabba Attendance 22,547 T20 World Cup Brisbane November 1 2022 Super 12 Match”

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The T20 World Cup has 2 groups ( Group 1 & Group 2) in the main Super 12 event, with eight teams automatically qualifying for the event.

There were also two qualifying groups of eight teams (first round) from which four (Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Ireland and Zimbabwe) advanced to the Super 12.

Super 12 Group 1 features England, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka & Ireland while Group 2 has India, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe & Netherlands

New Zealand T20 World Cup Kit by Canterbury (Black Caps jersey sponsor ANZ)

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