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GT20 Canada 2023 Schedule: The GT20 Canada League 2023 is scheduled to start from July 20 with the final game on August 6. A total of 6 teams will feature in the GT20 Canada 2023 edition where a total of 22 matches will be played.
GT20 Canada 2023 will follow the Round-robin and playoffs format where the top 4 teams of the GT20 Canada 2023 points table will advance to playoff rounds. The top 2 teams will play the playoff 1 game while 3rd and 4th positioned teams will play the knockout match.
GT20 Canada 2023 Schedule
GT20 Canada 2023 Schedule: The GT20 Canada 2023 Squad has been announced earlier while the schedule is expected to announce this week.
The full GT20 Canada League 2023 schedule will be announced soon. Stay tuned for regular updates!!!
Global T20 Canada League History
The tournament’s first edition took place during June and July 2018 with six teams competing. While the second edition of the tournament was played during July and August 2019 in CAA Centre, Brampton, Ontario
Originally, the third edition of the tournament was scheduled to play in 2020 but owing to the rise of COVID-19 the tournament was postponed. Later it was scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia between 24 June to 11 July 2021 due to ongoing pandemic restrictions in Canada.
The 2021 tournament was ultimately cancelled “due to evolving concerns regarding COVID-19 and strict preventive measures taken by the Government of Malaysia to contain the spread of the pandemic”.
The third edition of the Global T20 Canada League is scheduled to play between July 20 to August 6, 2023.
GT20 Canada Teams
Following are the details of the GT20 Canada Teams:
- Brampton Wolves
- Montreal Tigers
- Surrey Jaguars
- Toronto Nationals
- Vancouver Knights
- Mississauga Panthers
GT20 Canada Winners List
Check out the GT20 Canada Winners List along with the runner-up and venue details below:
|Season||Winner||Winning margin||Runner-up||Venue||Player of the Series|
|2018||Vancouver Knights||Won by 7 wickets||Cricket West Indies B Team||Maple Leaf Cricket Club in King City, Ontario||Lendl Simmons (Winnipeg Hawks)|
|2019||Winnipeg Hawks||Won super over by 5 runs||Vancouver Knights||CAA Centre in Brampton, Ontario||JP Duminy (Winnipeg Hawks)|