T20 women’s world cup will start from today, know the complete schedule of the world cup – T20 women’s world cup 2023 will start from today know complete schedule

by Ana Lopez

T20 women world cup schedule: Like every time, this time also the Indian team is considered as a contender, which will enter the field under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur.

T20 women's world cup will start from today, know the complete schedule of the world cup

T20 women world cup 2023

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From today i.e. 10 February on the soil of South Africa Women’s T20 World Cupis about to begin. A total of 23 matches will be played for 17 days. The champion of the tournament will be decided on February 26. Like every time, this time also the Indian team is being considered as a contender, which under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian team will enter the field. You can watch all the matches of this World Cup on the channels of Star Sports Network.

The 10 teams participating in the tournament have been divided into two groups. India have been placed in Group B along with England, Ireland, Pakistan and West Indies. On the other hand, Group A includes the current champions Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and New Zealand apart from the hosts South Africa. In the group round, each team will play one match each against the rest of the teams in their group. The top two teams from both groups will enter the semi-finals.

T20 Women’s World Cup Winning Teams

  1. Year 2009 – Champion Team England
  2. Year 2010 – Champion Team Australia
  3. Year 2012 – Champion Team Australia
  4. Year 2014 – Champion Team Australia
  5. Year 2016 – Champion Team West Indies
  6. Year 2018 – Champion Team Australia
  7. Year 2020 – Champion Team Australia

Complete Schedule of Women’s T20 World Cup

10 February – South Africa v/s Sri Lanka – Night – 10.30 hrs

11 February – West Indies v/s England – 6.30 pm

11 February – Australia v/s New Zealand – 10.30 pm

February 12 – India v/s Pakistan – 6.30 pm

February 12 – Bangladesh v/s Sri Lanka – 10.30 pm

13 February – Ireland v/s England – 6.30 pm

13 February – South Africa v/s New Zealand – 10.30 pm

February 14 – Australia v/s Bangladesh – 10.30 pm

February 15 – India v/s West Indies – 6.30 pm

February 15 – Pakistan v/s Ireland – 10.30 pm

February 16 – Sri Lanka v/s Australia – 6.30 pm

February 17 – New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 6.30 pm

February 17 – West Indies v/s Ireland – 10.30 pm

18 February – India v/s England – 6.30 pm

February 18 – South Africa v/s Australia – 10.30 pm

February 19 – Pakistan v/s West Indies – 6.30 pm

February 19 – New Zealand v/s Sri Lanka – 10.30 pm

20 February – India v/s Ireland – 6.30 pm

21 February – England v/s Pakistan – 6.30 pm

South Africa v/s Bangladesh – 10.30 pm

Semi Final and Final Matches

23 February – First Semi Final – 6.30 pm

24 February – Second Semi Final – 6.30 pm

26 February – Final – 6.30 pm

South Africa is becoming a bastion of sports

There are many sports events currently going on in South Africa. After the SA20 cricket tournament, the Under-19 Women’s World Cup, the T20 Women’s Cricket World Cup is about to begin on South African soil. The country successfully hosted the 2003 World Cup, 2007 T20 World Cup, 2009 IPL, 2009 Champions Trophy and 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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