Cricket Traveling Tours 2019/2020

It can’t be denied that sport is a huge industry that attracts a lot of people from all over the world. Cricket is not an exception. There are thousands who watch important matches and support their favorite teams.

However, cricket is not just games, tournaments, and competitions. It is also an opportunity to travel to new places and enjoy cricket at the same time. Here you will find an overview of the main cricket events in 2019/2020 that will give you a perfect opportunity to see the games live and enjoy new countries and cultures experience.

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If you are a dedicated cricket fan, it is time for you to set up your schedule for the 2019-2020 cricket season. There will be lots of interesting events to attend and worthy places to visit, but, undoubtedly, 2020 ICC T20 World Cup in Australia will be the main cricket Championship of the 2019-2020 playing season. Sure, there is no way to attend all the matches, but semi-finals and final games are must-see. They will take place at Sydney Cricket Ground and Melbourne Cricket Ground respectively. Besides, the 2019-22 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 Tournament is underway, providing even more potential countries to visit during your cricket traveling tour. This guide will help you choose which places and matches to visit.

The overview of the 2019-2020 cricket international season covers 31 Test Matches, 69 One Day Internationals, and 138 Twenty20 Internationals, excluding the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup in Australia. Few of these events have already taken place, but most of them are still to take place.

The nearest international cricket competition will take place in Singapore during the 2019-2020 Singapore Tri-Nation Series. Singapore, Nepal and Zimbabwe national teams will participate in the event. The tournament starts on September 27, 2019, and ends on October 3, 2019, so you still have time to visit Singapore and witness the competition. All the matches will be played as Twenty20 Internationals. This event is worth attending for two reasons: the matches are expected to be interesting, and Singapore city is definitely a must-see for any tourist. Therefore, you can combine your sports interests with a great traveling experience.