With the declaration of fixtures by ICC (International Cricket Council) for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020, the first instance when both the tournaments for men and women to be conducted as separate matches were marked. The tournaments will be conducted in the same year (2020) and in Australia.
The women’s cricket team for Australia will start off its T20 World Cup on February 21, 2020, against India at Sydney Showground. The women’s team had very unique experiences in the T20 World Cup with the team winning 4 out of the 6 earlier trophies for the women’s ICC T20 World Cup 2020. In 2020, women’s cricket for Australia will get the opportunity to win the ICC T20 World Cup on home ground for the first time ever.
The women’s cricket team for Australia will be out to defend their cup, after defeating England by 8 wickets at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in 2018’s World Cup final in the West Indies. Ashleigh Gardner, for her 3-22 and 33 of 26, was declared Player of the Match. On the other hand, Alyssa Healy was declared as Player of the Tournament.
The women’s cricket team for Australia will start their tournament on February 21, 2020, against India following the fight with Sri Lanka on February 24, 2020, and then a qualifier 1 match on February 27, 2020, before covering up their pool matches opposite New Zealand on March 2, 2020. England, the 2018 runners-up, will face South Africa, Pakistan, West Indies, Qualifier 2.
The complete schedule for women’s ICC T20 World Cup 2020 will be found here.
The 10 top teams for women’s ICC T20 World Cup 2020 will play 23 matches beginning from February 21, 2020, with the finals being planned on March 8, 2020. Women’s ICC T20 World Cup 2020 at the MCG is a chance to set a new world record for attending a women’s sport with a huge crowd. A fabulous opening for the women’s T20 World Cup 2020 will be conducted at Sydney Showground Stadium featuring reigning champions Australia and hosts taking on India
ICC women’s t20 world cup 2020 tickets
Tickets for the women’s T20 World Cup 2020 will be open for sale from February 21, 2019, and aficionados can register at t20worldcup.com for early access to tickets.
The women’s T20 World Cup 2020 event will sport action-bundled matches of cricket, in Canberra, Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne with 5 Group matches to be conducted in every city. Chartbuster doubleheader semi-finals will be conducted at the magnificent SCG, sporting the top four teams in action on March 5, 2020. The top eight teams on the basis of finishing places from last T20 World Cup 2018 in the West Indies have qualified automatically, with the rest of the two places to be decided via a qualifying match to be conducted later in 2019.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 Groups
Here are the groups for the women’s T20 World Cup 2020.
Group A: Australia, New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka, Qualifier 1
Group B: England, West Indies, South Africa, Pakistan, Qualifier 2
Hence, if you are a die-hard cricket fan and are eagerly waiting for women’s T20 World Cup 2020, get your tickets now or plan the day accordingly.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 Schedule
Below are the full fixtures of the women’s tournament:
|21 February, 2020||Australia v India||Sydney Showground, Sydney||7.00pm|
|22 February, 2020||Windies v Qualifier 2||WACA, Perth||2.00pm|
|22 February, 2020||New Zealand v Sri Lanka||WACA, Perth||7.00pm|
|23 February, 2020||England v South Africa||WACA, Perth||7.00pm|
|24 February, 2020||Australia v Sri Lanka||WACA, Perth||2.00pm|
|24 February, 2020||India v Qualifier 1||WACA, Perth||7.00pm|
|26 February, 2020||England v Qualifier 2||Manuka Oval, Canberra||2.00pm|
|26 February, 2020||Windies v Pakistan||Manuka Oval, Canberra||7.00pm|
|27 February, 2020||India v New Zealand||Junction Oval, Melbourne||2.00pm|
|27 February, 2020||Australia v Qualifier 1||Manuka Oval, Canberra||7.00pm|
|28 February, 2020||South Africa v Qualifier 2||Manuka Oval, Canberra||2.00pm|
|28 February, 2020||England v Pakistan||Manuka Oval, Canberra||7.00pm|
|29 February, 2020||New Zealand v Q1||Junction Oval, Melbourne||10.00am|
|29 February, 2020||India v Sri Lanka||Junction Oval, Melbourne||2.00pm|
|1 March, 2020||South Africa v Pakistan||Sydney Showground, Sydney||2.00pm|
|1 March, 2020||England v Windies||Sydney Showground, Sydney||7.00pm|
|2 March, 2020||Sri Lanka v Qualifier 1||Junction Oval, Melbourne||2.00pm|
|2 March, 2020||Australia v New Zealand||Junction Oval, Melbourne||7.00pm|
|3 March, 2020||Pakistan v Qualifier 2||Sydney Showground, Sydney||2.00pm|
|3 March, 2020||Windies v South Africa||Sydney Showground, Sydney||7.00pm|
|5 March, 2020||Semi-final 1||SCG, Sydney||2.00pm|
|5 March, 2020||Semi-final 2||SCG, Sydney||7.00pm|
|8 March, 2020||Final||MCG, Melbourne||7.00pm|
Note: The information of the fixtures have been sourced from ICC’s official website.