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Complete schedule of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020


The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup tournament is just around the corner and will go all guns blazing on February 21 onwards. The ten-nation tournament is scheduled to be held in Australia this time with the hosts taking on India in the opening match of the World Cup in Sydney.

Complete schedule of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020

Harmanpreet Kaur’s team is placed in Group A with the likes of New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Australia. It should be noted that this is the seventh edition of the tournament. India will enter the marquee event as darkhorse as they have yet to win the major trophy.

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Australia will enter the tournament as the most successful side in its history as they have won 4 titles to their coveted trophy cabinet. England won the inaugural event while West Indies won the trophy in 2018. The 17-day tourney will come to a close on March 8 when the final takes place in Melbourne.

Here are the groups for the initial stages:-

Group A – Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.

Group B – England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand.

Full schedule of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020:-

February 21 (1:30 PM IST): Australia vs India in Sydney

February 22 (12:30 AM IST): West Indies vs Thailand in Perth

February 22 (04:30 PM IST): New Zealand vs Sri Lanka in Perth

February 23 (04:30 PM IST): England vs South Africa in Perth

February 24 (11:30 AM IST): Australia vs Sri Lanka in Perth

February 24 (04:30 PM IST): India vs Bangladesh in Perth

February 26 (09:30 AM IST): England vs Thailand in Canberra

February 26 (01:30 PM IST): West Indies vs Pakistan in Canberra

February 27 (09:30 AM IST): India vs New Zealand in Melbourne

February 27 (01:30 PM IST): Australia vs Bangladesh in Canberra

February 28 (09:30 AM IST): South Africa vs Thailand in Canberra

February 28 (01:30 PM IST): England vs Pakistan in Canberra

February 29 (05:30 AM IST): New Zealand vs Bangladesh in Melbourne

February 29 (01:30 PM IST): India vs Sri Lanka in Melbourne

March 1 (09:30 AM IST): South Africa vs Pakistan in Sydney

March 1 (01:30 PM IST): England vs West Indies in Sydney

March 2 (05:30 AM IST): Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh in Melbourne

March 2 (09:30 PM IST): Australia vs New Zealand in Melbourne

March 3 (09:30 AM IST): Pakistan vs Thailand in Sydney

March 3 (01:30 PM IST): West Indies vs South Africa in Sydney

March 5 (09:30 AM IST): First semi-final in Sydney

March 5 (01:30 PM IST): Second semi-final in Sydney

March 8 (12:30 PM IST): Final in Melbourne

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