ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018

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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018

Over a year after the Women’s World Cup in England, cricket fans have another major event to look forward to as the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2018 begins on 9th November this year.

A biannual women’s cricket tournament, the ICC Women’s World T20 was first held in 2009 when hosts England were crowned champions. Since then, Australia have been the most successful team with three titles to their name. In the 2018 tournament, West Indies are the defending champions.

This year, all the matches will be broadcast live from West Indies. The venues are Guyana, St Lucia and Antigua and Barbuda. Moreover, the Decision Review System (DRS) will be used for the first time in a World T20 event.

The tournament will see 10 teams in action. Two of these spots will be filled by the teams selected from the World T20 Qualifier that will be held in the Netherlands from 7th July to 14th July.

Teams Participating in the World T20 Qualifier

  • Bangladesh
  • Ireland
  • Netherlands
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Scotland
  • Thailand
  • Uganda
  • United Arab Emirates

Last week, the International Cricket Council announced the fixtures for the World T20. In the inaugural match of the tournament, India will play against New Zealand at Guyana National Stadium. The tournament will conclude at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua on 24th November.


Friday9th November11:00 amIndiavsNew Zealand
Friday9th November4:00 pmPakistanvsAustralia
Friday9th November8:00 pmWest IndiesvsQualifier 1
Saturday10th November4:00 pmEnglandvsSri Lanka
Sunday11th November11:00 amIndiavsPakistan
Sunday11th November4:00 pmAustraliavsQualifier 2
Monday12th November4:00 pmEnglandvsQualifier 1
Monday12th November8:00 pmSouth AfricavsSri Lanka
Tuesday13th November4:00 pmPakistanvsQualifier 2
Tuesday13th November8:00 pmAustraliavsNew Zealand
Wednesday14th November4:00 pmSri LankavsQualifier 1
Wednesday14th November8:00 pmWest IndiesvsSouth Africa
Thursday15th November11:00 amIndiavsQualifier 2
Thursday15th November4:00 pmNew ZealandvsPakistan
Friday16th November4:00 pmEnglandvsSouth Africa
Friday16th November8:00 pmWest IndiesvsSri Lanka
Saturday17th November11:00 amAustraliavsIndia
Saturday17th November4:00 pmNew ZealandvsQualifier 2
Sunday18th November4:00 pmWest IndiesvsEngland
Sunday18th November8:00 pmSouth AfricavsQualifier 1

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