ICC Women's World Twenty20 2018 Schedule Announced: Full Match Details, Time-Table, and Venues of Women's Cricket World Cup!
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The International Cricket Council (ICC), on Monday, released the schedule of ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018 tournament, which will be held in the month of November, in West Indies. The 16-day-long extravaganza will see 10 teams participate in the tournament, starting from November 9. The 2018 Women’s T20 Final will be played on November 24, with the ICC keeping next day i.e. November 25, as a reserve day.

The 2018 edition of Women’s World Twenty20 will be a first in Women’s cricket history to be played as a stand-alone tournament, with the previous five editions being hosted alongside the Men’s T20 World Cup. The tournament will feature 23 matches that will be played across three venues – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium (Antigua), the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground (Saint Lucia) and the Guyana National Stadium (Guyana).

The teams will be divided into two pools of five teams each. In Pool A, there will be teams of West Indies, England, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and Qualifier 1; whereas, in Pool B there will be teams of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, India, and Qualifier 2.

The two Qualifying teams will be selected from the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018 Qualifiers tournament that will take place in the Netherlands starting July 3. For those two spots, the teams of Bangladesh, the Netherlands, Ireland, Uganda, Thailand, Scotland, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) will compete against each other.

Read Full ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018 Schedule, Venues, and Time-table:

Sr.# Date Matches Time Venue
1 Nov 9, Friday New Zealand vs India 11 am Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
2 Nov 9, Friday Australia vs Pakistan 4 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
3 Nov 9, Friday West Indies vs Qualifier 1 8 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
4 Nov 10, Saturday England vs Sri Lanka 4 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
5 Nov 11, Sunday India vs Pakistan 11 am Guyana National Stadium
6 Nov 11, Sunday Australia vs Qualifier 2 4 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
7 Nov 12, Monday England vs Qualifier 1 4 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
8 Nov 12, Monday Sri Lanka vs South Africa 8 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
9 Nov 13, Tuesday Pakistan vs Qualifier 2 4 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
10 Nov 13, Tuesday Australia vs New Zealand 8 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
11 Nov 14, Wednesday Sri Lanka vs Qualifier 1 4 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
12 Nov 14, Wednesday West Indies vs South Africa 8 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
13 Nov 15, Thursday India vs Qualifier 2 11 am Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
14 Nov 15, Thursday New Zealand vs Pakistan 4 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
15 Nov 16, Friday England vs South Africa 4 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
16 Nov 16, Friday West Indies vs Sri Lanka 8 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
17 Nov 17, Saturday India vs Australia 11 am Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
18 Nov 17, Saturday New Zealand vs Qualifier 2 4 pm Guyana National Stadium, Guyana
19 Nov 18, Sunday West Indies vs England 4 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
20 Nov 18, Sunday South Africa vs Qualifier 1 8 pm Darren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia
Semi-Finals
21 Nov 22, Thursday A1 vs B2 4 pm Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua
22 Nov 22, Thursday A2 vs B1 8 pm Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua
23 Nov 24, Saturday Final 8 pm Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua
23 Nov 25, Sunday RESERVE DAY 8 pm Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua

The timings mentioned are as per Carribean Local Time, i.e. (-04.00 GMT).

The top two teams in respective groups will make their spot in the Semi-finals of ICC Women’s World T20 World Cup 2018. The ICC has also kept a Reserve Day, i.e. November 25, in case the final match is not completed, a day prior, on the scheduled day, i.e. November 24.

The Australian team who have won the coveted trophy thrice since its inception in 2009, will be heading into the tournament as favourites. As for India, they would like to repeat their performances of Women’s T20 World Cup, where they emerged as Champions! Stay tuned with us for all the other latest updates about ICC Women’s World T20 2018 tournament here.