ICC Womens World T20 2018 Full Schedule Match details timing venues

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The 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 will be held in the West Indies from 9 to 24 November 2018, during the 2018– 19 worldwide cricket season.

The ICC reported the timetable of the first ever standalone Women's World T20 Cup.

The competition will begin on November 9 this year and will be played in Guyana, St Lucia and Antigua and Barbuda Competition commences with match between India and New Zealand in Guyana; Australia, Pakistan and the Windies will likewise be involved in action on opening day.

The 10-team competition, including three-time champions Australia, ruling ICC Women's World Cup victors England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and defending champions the Windies, in addition to two qualifiers, will be played crosswise over three venues in the Caribbean.

Defending champs, the Windies are in Group A alongside England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Qualifier 1 from the Netherlands event, while Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Qualifier 2 will be in Group B.

The qualifier competition for the 10-team tournament was held in July 2018 in the Netherlands.Both Bangladesh and Ireland won their separate semi-final matches in the qualifier, to progress to the Women's World Twenty20 tournament to be held in Windies.

The top two teams from each group will fit the bill for the semi-finals.

The winners of each semi-final will lock horns in the final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on November 24, which is a Saturday.

Every one of the 23 matches of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 2018 will be broadcasted liveto keep up the energy and spotlight on ladies' cricket.

The Decision Review System (DRS) will also be utilized for first time without precedent for any ICC World Twenty20 occasion, guaranteeing consistency in the utilization of technology in top world-level event.

Australia being the best team in the competition, having won three of the five last five editions, consequently are viewed as one of the top contenders of the trophy. Other teams that are seen as suitable contenders to lift the trophy are India, New Zealand and previous edition champions West Indies.

India being led by the ever so reliable and talented Harmanpreet Kaur is expected to do well in the competition like the previous edition. The likes of Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur and Jhulan Goswami are expected to perform exceptionally to give India an opportunity to lift the cup in the Caribbean.

 

Here is the full schedule of Women’s World T20 tournament:

 

No Teams Date Venue
1 India Women vs. New Zealand Women 9-Nov(11 AM) Guyana
2 Pakistan Women vs. Australia Women 9-Nov(4 PM) Guyana
3 West Indies Women vs. Qualifier 1 9-Nov Guyana
4 England Women vs. Sri Lanka Women Nov 10 (4 PM) ST Lucia
5 Australia Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 11 (4 PM) Guyana
6 India Women vs. Pakistan Women Nov 11 (11 AM) Guyana
7 England Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 12  (4 PM) ST Lucia
8 Sri Lanka Women Vs. South Africa Women Nov 12 (8 PM) ST Lucia
9 Pakistan Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 13 (4 PM) Guyana
10 Australia Women vs. New Zealand Women Nov 13 (8 PM) Guyana
11 Sri Lanka Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 14(4 PM) ST Lucia
12 West Indies Women vs. South Africa Women Nov 14(8 PM) ST Lucia
13 Pakistan Women vs. New Zealand Women Nov 15 (4 PM) Guyana
14 India Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 15 (8 PM) Guyana
15 South Africa Women vs. England Women Nov 16 (4 PM) ST Lucia
16 Sri Lanka Women vs. West Indies Women Nov 16 (8 PM) ST Lucia
17 India Women vs. Australia Women Nov 17 (11 AM) Guyana
18 Qualifier 2 vs. New Zealand Women Nov 17 (4 PM) Guyana
19 West Indies Women vs. England Women Nov 18 (4 PM) ST Lucia
20 South Africa Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 18 (8 PM) ST Lucia
21 Semifinals 1 Nov 22 Antigua
22 Semifinals 2 Nov 22 Antigua
23 Final Nov 24 Antigua
ICC Womens World T20 2018 Full Schedule Match details timing venues

ICC Womens World T20 2018 Full Schedule Match details timing venues

The 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 will be held in the West Indies from 9 to 24 November 2018, during the 2018– 19 worldwide cricket season.

The ICC reported the timetable of the first ever standalone Women's World T20 Cup.

The competition will begin on November 9 this year and will be played in Guyana, St Lucia and Antigua and Barbuda Competition commences with match between India and New Zealand in Guyana; Australia, Pakistan and the Windies will likewise be involved in action on opening day.

The 10-team competition, including three-time champions Australia, ruling ICC Women's World Cup victors England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and defending champions the Windies, in addition to two qualifiers, will be played crosswise over three venues in the Caribbean.

Defending champs, the Windies are in Group A alongside England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Qualifier 1 from the Netherlands event, while Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Qualifier 2 will be in Group B.

The qualifier competition for the 10-team tournament was held in July 2018 in the Netherlands.Both Bangladesh and Ireland won their separate semi-final matches in the qualifier, to progress to the Women's World Twenty20 tournament to be held in Windies.

The top two teams from each group will fit the bill for the semi-finals.

The winners of each semi-final will lock horns in the final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on November 24, which is a Saturday.

Every one of the 23 matches of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 2018 will be broadcasted liveto keep up the energy and spotlight on ladies' cricket.

The Decision Review System (DRS) will also be utilized for first time without precedent for any ICC World Twenty20 occasion, guaranteeing consistency in the utilization of technology in top world-level event.

Australia being the best team in the competition, having won three of the five last five editions, consequently are viewed as one of the top contenders of the trophy. Other teams that are seen as suitable contenders to lift the trophy are India, New Zealand and previous edition champions West Indies.

India being led by the ever so reliable and talented Harmanpreet Kaur is expected to do well in the competition like the previous edition. The likes of Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur and Jhulan Goswami are expected to perform exceptionally to give India an opportunity to lift the cup in the Caribbean.

 

Here is the full schedule of Women’s World T20 tournament:

 

No Teams Date Venue
1 India Women vs. New Zealand Women 9-Nov(11 AM) Guyana
2 Pakistan Women vs. Australia Women 9-Nov(4 PM) Guyana
3 West Indies Women vs. Qualifier 1 9-Nov Guyana
4 England Women vs. Sri Lanka Women Nov 10 (4 PM) ST Lucia
5 Australia Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 11 (4 PM) Guyana
6 India Women vs. Pakistan Women Nov 11 (11 AM) Guyana
7 England Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 12  (4 PM) ST Lucia
8 Sri Lanka Women Vs. South Africa Women Nov 12 (8 PM) ST Lucia
9 Pakistan Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 13 (4 PM) Guyana
10 Australia Women vs. New Zealand Women Nov 13 (8 PM) Guyana
11 Sri Lanka Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 14(4 PM) ST Lucia
12 West Indies Women vs. South Africa Women Nov 14(8 PM) ST Lucia
13 Pakistan Women vs. New Zealand Women Nov 15 (4 PM) Guyana
14 India Women vs. Qualifier 2 Nov 15 (8 PM) Guyana
15 South Africa Women vs. England Women Nov 16 (4 PM) ST Lucia
16 Sri Lanka Women vs. West Indies Women Nov 16 (8 PM) ST Lucia
17 India Women vs. Australia Women Nov 17 (11 AM) Guyana
18 Qualifier 2 vs. New Zealand Women Nov 17 (4 PM) Guyana
19 West Indies Women vs. England Women Nov 18 (4 PM) ST Lucia
20 South Africa Women vs. Qualifier 1 Nov 18 (8 PM) ST Lucia
21 Semifinals 1 Nov 22 Antigua
22 Semifinals 2 Nov 22 Antigua
23 Final Nov 24 Antigua

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