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T20 World Cup 2024 semifinals: Teams, dates, venues, weather, conditions

Which teams are facing off and when? What are the venues and will there be any rain? Are there any reserve days? Al Jazeera explains.

After 24 days [and nights] of scintillating action across the United States and the West Indies, the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 has finally reached its knockout stage.

The tournament began with 20 teams but 16 have fallen away to the side, leaving four of the best to battle it out for a place in the final.

Here’s what you need to know about the semifinals:

Guyana: Severe weather warnings have been issued in the Guyanese capital Georgetown, which will host the match, and heavy showers are forecast over the four days. Rain could interrupt parts of the game and could even lead to a complete washout.

Trinidad and Tobago: The first semifinal could also be affected by rain but the forecast is less ominous, especially in the evening. Since San Fernando is hosting a late game, there’s a possibility of having an uninterrupted match on Wednesday night.

Yes, but since both semifinals are scheduled at different times and dates, the conditions are slightly different.

Since the first semifinal is a night game an extra 60 minutes will be added to the match time on the day the match is scheduled – Wednesday, June 26.

If the match is still not completed, it will be moved to a reserve day – Thursday, June 27 – and a playing time of 190 minutes will be allocated.

If there is no play on the first day, any further delays will result in a loss of overs on the reserve day.

As the second semifinal is scheduled for a morning start, there is no provision of a reserve day. However, an additional 250 minutes have been allocated for the completion of the game.

If a semifinal match ends in a tie, a super over will be