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With matches in both the One Day International and Twenty20 International format, the ACC Asia Cricket Cup is a suspense-filled tournament that sees the best teams on the continent pitted against one another. Competition is fierce and the crowd's enthusiasm strong as legendary players make their appearance on the field. See who will be the next champion: ACC Asia Cricket Cup tickets are available to buy or sell on StubHub.
An exciting new format for ACC Asia Cricket Cup
The ACC Asia Cricket Cup was established in 1984 and scheduled to be held every two years as an ODI competition. Although the aim of the cup was to demonstrate goodwill between Asian nations, the competition was beset by troubles in its first years, with various nations boycotting it altogether on the grounds of strained political relations with other countries. The competition continued nonetheless, and as of 2016 began to alternate between T20I and ODI format: the first T20I was held in 2016 and won by India (who had eight wickets on Bangladesh), while the 2018 ACC Asia Cricket Cup was a standard ODI that again saw India triumph over their neighbours - though this time just by three wickets. India does in fact have an astonishingly good record in the cup, having won the first event in 1984 and more times than any other nation. Sri Lanka, however, is also a strong contender and has never boycotted the tournament on political grounds. For fans of any cricketing nation, ACC Asia Cricket Cup tickets are essentials that will allow you to cheer your team on to victory.
Cheer on the teams
The ACC Asia Cricket Cup schedule involves a round-robin tournament in which each team plays the other contestants before a final elimination match occurs. Although dominated by the usual suspects (India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan), other ACC Asia Cricket Cup teams include Afghanistan, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates and Oman. The United Arab Emirates hosted the very first event, as well as the 1995 and 2018 competitions - for the latter, the impressive Dubai International Stadium was used. With several member countries having not competed in the cup thus far, there's plenty of scope for exciting developments in the future as cricket gains in popularity across the region. You could watch this space for what happens or, far more excitingly, use StubHub to buy or sell ACC Asia Cricket Cup tickets and experience everything in person. For fans of Asian cricket, it doesn't get much better than this.
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