ESPN Caribbean Presents Live Coverage of the 2016 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 Semis and Final


ESPN Caribbean Presents Live Coverage of the 2016 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 Semis and Final

West Indies Men and Women’s Teams Aim For WT20 Double from Mar 31

ESPN Caribbean culminates its exclusive coverage with the grand finale of the prestigious sixth ICC World Twenty20 (T20) as the West Indies Men and Women’s squads aim to complete a historic double commencing with the semis on March 31 in a double-header from Mumbai. The day-night action will air live via ESPN Caribbean and ESPN Play ( — ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.

Jamaica’s Stafanie Taylor will lead the West Indies Women, seeking their first World T20 title, against New Zealand, runners-up in 2009 and 2010. Darren Sammy will then skipper the likes of Dwayne Bravo and Chis Gayle against hosts and last tournament’s beaten finalist, India, led by MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli. With defending champs Sri Lanka eliminated, a new champion will be crowned as the Windies aim to reclaim the trophy they last won in 2012. The semi-finals bowl off a day earlier on March 30 from Delhi with Australia, seeking an unprecedented fourth consecutive Women’s title, opposing England, the losing finalist in the last two editions. The double-header will conclude with Men’s action as 2010 winner, England, faces an in-form New Zealand team aiming to make their first final appearance.

The winners of the semi-finals will proceed to the finals on April 3 in Kolkata with another double-header deciding who lifts this year’s trophies. ESPNcricinfo Match Day will air at the end of every match day recapping all the day’s statistics and highlights from these eliminators. Follow all the action at #ESPNWT20 as ESPN Caribbean continues coverage of the West Indies’ participation in major ICC tournaments, connecting the region’s fans with the events they love.

Live on ESPN Caribbean and ESPN Play: ICC World T20 Men and Women Semis and Finals

Date Time (ET) Fixture Venue
 Mar 30 4:30 a.m. Women’s Semi-final #1: Australia vs. England Delhi
9:00 a.m. Men’s Semi-final #1: England vs. New Zealand Delhi
 Mar 31 4:30 a.m. Women’s Semi-final #2: West Indies vs. New Zealand Mumbai
9:00 a.m. Men’s Semi-final #2: West Indies vs. India Mumbai
 Apr 3 4:30 a.m. Women’s Final Kolkata
9:00 a.m. Men’s Final Kolkata


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