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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Full schedule

The seventh edition of the Women’s T20 World Cup will see ten teams will fighting for the title. The campaign will begin on 21st February 2020 and the final will be hosted on the International Women’s Day, 8th March 2020. Ahead of the main leg of the tournament the teams will play ten warm-fixtures scheduled from 15th February to 20th February. The tournament will be played at six venues in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, and Canberra whereas the warm-up matches will be hosted by Adelaide and Brisbane.

The teams have been classified in two groups. Group A is being shared by Australia, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Group B has England, Pakistan, South Africa, Thailand, West Indies. These teams will play 20 group matches followed by two semi-finals and the finale.

The Women’s T20 World Cup matches will be available on Star Sports Network. The live streaming of the matches can be followed on Hotstar.

Warm-up fixtures:

Date Team 1 Team 2 Time (IST) Venue
15-Feb Australia West Indies 09.30 AM Allan Border Field, Brisbane
16-Feb Bangladesh Thailand 05.30 AM Allan Border Field, Brisbane
16-Feb Sri Lanka South Africa 05.30 AM Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide
16-Feb India Pakistan 09.30 AM Allan Border Field, Brisbane
16-Feb England New Zealand 09.30 AM Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide
18-Feb Australia South Africa 05.30 AM Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide
18-Feb India West Indies 09.30 AM Allan Border Field, Brisbane
18-Feb England Sri Lanka 09.30 AM Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide
19-Feb New Zealand Thailand 05.30 AM Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide
20-Feb Bangladesh Pakistan 05.30 AM Allan Border Field, Brisbane

 

 

 

 

Tournament schedule:

Date Team 1 Team 2 Time (IST) Venue
21-Feb Australia India 01.30 PM Sydney Showground, Sydney
22-Feb Thailand West Indies 11.30 AM Western Australian Cricket Association, Perth
22-Feb New Zealand Sri Lanka 04.30 PM Western Australian Cricket Association, Perth
23-Feb England South Africa 04.30 PM Western Australian Cricket Association, Perth
24-Feb Australia Sri Lanka 11.30 AM Western Australian Cricket Association, Perth
24-Feb Bangladesh India 04.30 PM Western Australian Cricket Association, Perth
26-Feb England Thailand 08.30 AM Manuka Oval, Canberra
26-Feb Pakistan West Indies 01.30 PM Manuka Oval, Canberra
27-Feb India New Zealand 08.30 AM Melbourne Junction, Melbourne
27-Feb Australia Bangladesh 01.30 PM Manuka Oval, Canberra
28-Feb South Africa Thailand 08.30 AM Manuka Oval, Canberra
28-Feb England Pakistan 01.30 PM Manuka Oval, Canberra
29-Feb Bangladesh New Zealand 08.30 AM Melbourne Junction, Melbourne
29-Feb India Sri Lanka 01.30 PM Melbourne Junction, Melbourne
01-Mar Pakistan South Africa 08.30 AM Sydney Showground, Sydney
01-Mar England West Indies 01.30 PM Sydney Showground, Sydney
02-Mar Bangladesh Sri Lanka 08.30 AM Melbourne Junction, Melbourne
02-Mar Australia New Zealand 01.30 PM Melbourne Junction, Melbourne
03-Mar Pakistan Thailand 08.30 AM Sydney Showground
03-Mar South Africa West Indies 01.30 PM Sydney Showground, Sydney
05-Mar Semi-final 1 A1 vs B2 08.30 AM Sydney Cricket Ground
05-Mar Semi-final 2 A2 vs B1 01.30 PM Sydney Cricket Ground
08-Mar Final SF1 vs SF2 01.30 PM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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