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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 – Groups, Fixtures, Match Timings & Live Stream Details

 

The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 will get underway on February 21 in Australia. Women’s cricket has come about in leaps and bounds making this the first women’s cricket tournament by ICC which will be held as a standalone tournament. The men’s tournament is scheduled to be played 6 months later.

Australia will enter this edition of the Women’s T20 World Cup as host and defending champions. The matches will be conducted in six venues – Manuka Oval, Sydney Showground Stadium, WACA Stadium, Junction Oval and Melbourne Cricket Ground.

8 teams have qualified automatically based on where they finished in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018. Apart from them, there is Bangladesh & Thailand who have come in based on their performances in the Qualifier Tournament. This the first time that Thailand will take part in this tournament. All the teams have been divided into 2 groups of 5 teams each, the top 2 teams from each group will get into the knockout phase.

  • Group A – Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
  • Group B – England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand

Fixtures and Match Timings of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup

  • February 21: Australia v India, Sydney (Showground) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • February 22: West Indies v Thailand, Perth (WACA) (11:30 AM IST)
  • February 22: New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Perth (WACA) (d/n) (4:30 PM IST)
  • February 23: England v South Africa, Perth (WACA) (d/n) (4:30 IST)
  • February 24: Australia v Sri Lanka, Perth (WACA) (11:3 AM IST)
  • February 24: India v Bangladesh, Perth (WACA) (d/n) (4:30 PM IST)
  • February 26: England v Thailand, Canberra (8:30 AM IST)
  • February 26: West Indies v Pakistan, Canberra (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • February 27: India v New Zealand, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (8:30 AM IST)
  • February 27: Australia v Bangladesh, Canberra (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • February 28: South Africa v Thailand, Canberra (8:30 AM IST)
  • February 28: England v Pakistan, Canberra (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • February 29: New Zealand v Bangladesh, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (8:30 AM IST)
  • February 29: India v Sri Lanka, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • March 1: South Africa v Pakistan, Sydney (Showground) (8:30 AM IST)
  • March 1: England v West Indies, Sydney (Showground) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • March 2: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (8:30 AM IST)
  • March 2: Australia v New Zealand, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • March 3: Pakistan v Thailand, Sydney (Showground) (8:30 AM IST)
  • March 3: West Indies v South Africa, Sydney (Showground) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • March 5: First semi-final, Sydney (SCG) (8:30 AM IST)
  • March 5: Second semi-final, Sydney (SCG) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)
  • March 8: Final, Melbourne (MCG) (d/n) (1:30 PM IST)

 

Live Stream Details – Online/ Television

In India, you can watch the matches on the telly via the Star Sports Network and Doordarshan. If you want it on the go, then you can go online on Hotstar and stream the matches live.

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