The schedule of 2018 edition of ICC women’s World T20 has been announced by the International Cricket Council to be played in West Indies from 9th to 24th November. The teams have been divided into two groups.
Defending Champions West Indies of the 2016 edition of World Cup held in India, England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Qualifier 1 from qualifying tournament to be held in Netherlands have been clubbed in Group A. Group B comprises runners-up of World T20 2016 Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan and qualifier 2.
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2018 will be played in Guyana, St Lucia and Antigua and Barbuda. On the first day of the tournament, India would take on New Zealand, Australia will take on Pakistan and West Indies will take on qualifier 1. The top two teams from each group would qualify for the semi-finals to be played 22nd.
The qualifying tournament for the ICC women’s World Cup 2018 will be held from 7th to 14th July 2018 in Netherlands. Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands, PNG, Scotland, Thailand, Uganda and UAE will take part to take the remaining two spots in the major tournament.
The ICC women’s T20 World Cup started in 2009. Australian women have won the most titles with 3 in 2010, 2012 and 2014. England won the first edition of the tournament held in 2009 at England. West Indies women won the title by beating Australia.
For the first time, Decision Review System would be used in Women’s T20 tournament
Schedule of ICC women’s World Cup 2018
9th Nov- India Women vs. New Zealand Women (Guyana)
9th Nov- Pakistan Women vs. Australia Women (Guyana)
9th Nov- West Indies Women vs. Qualifier 1 (Guyana )
10th Nov- England Women vs. Sri Lanka Women (ST Lucia)
11th Nov- Australia Women vs. Qualifier 2 (Guyana)
11th Nov- India Women vs. Pakistan Women (Guyana)
12th Nov- England Women vs. Qualifier 1 (ST Lucia)
12th Nov- Sri Lanka Women vs. South Africa Women (ST Lucia)
13th Nov- Pakistan Women vs. Qualifier 2 (Guyana)
13th Nov- Australia Women vs. New Zealand Women (Guyana)
14th Nov- Sri Lanka Women vs. Qualifier 1 (ST Lucia)
14th Nov- West Indies Women vs. South Africa Women (ST Lucia)
15th Nov- Pakistan Women vs. New Zealand Women (Guyana)
15th Nov- India Women vs. Qualifier 2 (Guyana)
16th Nov- South Africa Women vs. England Women (ST Lucia)
16th Nov- Sri Lanka Women vs. West Indies Women ( ST Lucia)
17th Nov- Qualifier 2 vs. New Zealand Women (Guyana)
17th Nov- India Women vs. Australia Women (Guyana)
18th Nov- South Africa Women vs. Qualifier 1 (ST Lucia)
18th Nov– West Indies Women vs. England Women (ST Lucia)
22nd Nov- Semifinals 1 (Antigua)
22nd Nov– Semifinals 2 (Antigua)
24th Nov- Finals (Antigua)
— ICC (@ICC) June 25, 2018