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Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018: Full Schedule & Time

BHUBANESWAR 24/11/18: The 14th version of the Males’s Hockey World Cup is all set begin in Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar, India.

The mega occasion will start on November 28 and can go on until December 16. Sixteen high groups of the hockey nations are divided right into a pool of 4.

Pakistan – who’re ranked 13th on FIH rankings are positioned on Ballot D alongside Netherlands, Germany, and Malaysia – will kick off their marketing campaign on December 1 in opposition to Germany.

Muhammad Rizwan Senior will lead the aspect whereas Ammad Shakeel Butt has been named as his deputy for the 19 days occasion.

The primary match might be between Canada and Belgium.

The nation ending high of the pool will immediately qualify for the quarterfinals whereas the workforce putting second and third will play the crossover matches for a spot within the last-eight stage. Groups ending final of their respective pool might be eradicated.

POLLS:

Pool A: Argentina, New Zealand, Spain, France
Pool B: Australia, England, Eire, China
Pool C: Belgium, India, Canada, South Africa
Pool D: Netherlands, Germany, Malaysia, Pakistan

Full Hockey World Cup 2018 Schedule & Time:

Wednesday, 28 November
Match 1 – Pool C- Belgium vs Canada – 4:30 pm
Match 2 – Pool C – India v South Africa- 6:30 pm

Thursday, 29 November
Match 3 – Pool A – Argentina vs Spain – 4:30 pm
Match 4 – Pool A – New Zealand vs France- 6:30 pm

Friday, 30 November
Match 5 – Pool B – Australia vs Eire- 4:30 pm
Match 6 – Pool B – England vs China- 6:30 pm

Saturday, 1 December
Match 7 – Pool D – Netherlands vs Malaysia- 4:30 pm
Match 8 – Pool D – Germany vs Pakistan- 4:30 pm

Sunday, 2 December
Match 9 – Pool C – Canada vs South Africa- 4:30 pm
Match 10 – Pool C – India vs Belgium- 6:30 pm

Monday, 3 December
Match 11 – Pool A – Spain vs France- 4:30 pm
Match 12 – Pool A – New Zealand vs Argentina- 6:30 pm

Tuesday, 4 December
Match 13 – Pool B – England vs Australia- 4:30 pm
Match 14 – Pool B – Eire vs China- 6:30 pm

Wednesday, 5 December
Match 15 – Pool D – Germany vs Netherlands- 4:30 pm
Match 16 – Pool D – Malaysia vs Pakistan- 4:30 pm

Thursday, 6 December
Match 17 – Pool A – Spain vs New Zealand- 4:30 pm
Match 18 – Pool A – Argentina vs France- 6:30 pm

Friday, 7 December
Match 19 – Pool B – Australia vs China- 4:30 pm
Match 20 – Pool B – Eire vs England- 6:30 pm

Saturday, 8 December
Match 21 – Pool C – Belgium vs South Africa- 4:30 pm
Match 22 – Pool C – Canada vs India- 6:30 pm

Sunday, 9 December
Match 23 – Pool D – Malaysia vs Germany- 4:30 pm
Match 24 – Pool D – Netherlands vs Pakistan – 6:30 pm

Monday, 10 December
Match 25 – Crossover – 2nd Pool A vs third Pool B- 4:15 pm
Match 26 – Crossover – 2nd Pool B vs third Pool A- 6:30 pm

Tuesday, 11 December
Match 27 – Crossover – 2nd Pool C vs third Pool D- 4:15 pm
Match 28 – Crossover – 2nd Pool D vs third Pool C- 6:30 pm

Wednesday, 12 December
Match 29 – Quarterfinal – 1st Pool A vs Winner Match 26- 4:15 pm
Match 30 – Quarterfinal – 1st Pool B vs Winner Match 25- 6:30 pm

Thursday, 13 December
Match 31 – Quarterfinal – 1st Pool C vs Winner Match 28- 4:15 pm
Match 32 – Quarterfinal – 1st Pool D vs Winner Match 27- 6:30 pm

Friday, 14 December – No match

Saturday, 15 December
Match 33 – Semifinal – Winner Match 29 vs Winner Match 32- 3:30 pm
Match 34 – Semifinal – Winner Match 30 vs Winner Match 31- 6:00 pm

Sunday, 16 December
Match 35 – third/4th place playoff – Loser Match 33 vs Loser Match 34- 4:00 pm
Match 36 – Ultimate – Winner Match 33 vs Winner Match 34- 6:30 pm

 

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