India will start their crusade against New Zealand in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018, to be held in the West Indies from November 9 to 24.
India, who are yet to win the competition in five endeavors, confront Pakistan in their second amusement on November 11. The competition opener against New Zealand is booked for November 9. India’s residual classes diversions will be against a qualifier and Australia on November 15 and 17 separately.
The 10-team competition, including three-time champions Australia and ruling victors England, will be played crosswise over three scenes in the Caribbean.
The finalists of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Qualifier in the Netherlands from July 7 to 14 will add to the line-up of the November competition, which is the primary independent ICC ladies’ occasion in the most limited organization.
The teams taking an interest in the Qualifying occasion are Bangladesh, Ireland, the Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Thailand, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates.
Each of the 23 matches of the World T20 will be communicated live to keep up the energy and spotlight on ladies’ cricket, while the Decision Review System (DRS) will be utilized without precedent for any ICC World T20 occasion, guaranteeing consistency in the utilization of innovation in top world-level occasions.
Guarding champions West Indies are in Group An alongside England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Qualifier 1 from the Netherlands occasion, while Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Qualifier 2 will be in Group B.
The occasion commences at the Guyana National Stadium, beginning with India and New Zealand.
In the second match, Australia will play Pakistan and the Windies round off the day playing Qualifier 1 under lights. This setting will likewise have matches between most despised opponents India and Pakistan and trans-Tasman foes Australia and New Zealand.
The Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in St Lucia will be the other scene for the gathering stage with the main match there setting England against Sri Lanka on November 10, while the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua will have the two elimination rounds on November 22 and the last on November 24.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Eight teams qualified automatically and they were joined by two teams from the qualifier tournament.
|Bangladesh||1st in Qualifier tournament|
|Ireland||2nd in Qualifier tournament|
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Groups
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Group A
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Group B
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 Schedule
|9 November||11:00||Match 1||New Zealand vs India||Guyana|
|16:00||Match 2||Australia vs Pakistan||Guyana|
|20:00||Match 3||Windies vs Bangladesh||Guyana|
|10 November||16:00||Match 4||England vs Sri Lanka||St. Lucia|
|11 November||11:00||Match 5||India vs Pakistan||Guyana|
|16:00||Match 6||Australia vs Ireland||Guyana|
|12 November||16:00||Match 7||England vs Bangladesh||St. Lucia|
|20:00||Match 8||Sri Lanka vs South Africa||St. Lucia|
|13 November||16:00||Match 9||Pakistan vs Ireland||Guyana|
|20:00||Match 10||Australia vs New Zealand||Guyana|
|14 November||16:00||Match 11||Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh||St. Lucia|
|20:00||Match 12||Windies vs South Africa||St. Lucia|
|15 November||11:00||Match 13||India vs Ireland||Guyana|
|16:00||Match 14||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Guyana|
|16 November||16:00||Match 15||England vs South Africa||St. Lucia|
|20:00||Match 16||Windies vs Sri Lanka||St. Lucia|
|17 November||11:00||Match 17||India vs Australia||Guyana|
|16:00||Match 18||New Zealand vs Ireland||Guyana|
|18 November||16:00||Match 19||Windies vs England||St. Lucia|
|20:00||Match 20||South Africa vs Bangladesh||St. Lucia|
|22 November||16:00||Match 21||Semi-Final 1st: A1 vs B2||Antigua|
|20:00||Match 22||Semi-Final 2nd: A2 vs B1||Antigua|
|24 November||20:00||Match 23||Final||Antigua|
|25 November||Reserve Day|