- India and Pakistan will go head to head in the Women's T20 World Cup on 12th February
- The tournament will start on 10 February as South Africa host Sri Lanka
- The final of the T20 World Cup will be played on 26th February
The fixtures for the upcoming T20 Women’s T20 World Cup have been released by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday (October 3) as India and Pakistan headline the first week of the tournament. The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup will start on February 10 in Cape Town as hosts South Africa face Sri Lanka. The first week will also see Australia and New Zealand go head-to-head in a crunch match to reignite another big rivalry in the world of cricket.
What is the format?
A total of 10 teams will be involved in the tournament in as they are divided into two groups of five teams each. All teams in the group will play in round robin format and will play four matches each in the group stages. Top two teams form each group will meet in the semifinals of the competition on 23rd and 24th February 2023.
There will be a reserve day for both the semifianls while there also be a reserve day for the final that will be played on 26th febrauru 2023 in Cape Town. The T20 World Cup matches will be played at three venues as Cape Town, Paarl and Gqeberha.
Group 1: Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
Group 2: England, India, West Indies, Pakistan, Ireland
In the group games, which run until 21 February, each team will take on the other four teams in their group once. The top two teams in each group at the end of the group stage play the semi-finals.
Full list of fixtures of ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2023
10 February South Africa v Sri Lanka Cape Town
11 February West Indies v England Paarl
11 February Australia v New Zealand Paarl
12 February India v Pakistan Cape Town
12 February Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Cape Town
13 February Ireland v England Paarl
13 February South Africa v New Zealand Paarl
14 February Australia v Bangladesh Gqeberha
15 February West Indies v India Cape Town
15 February Pakistan v Ireland Cape Town
16 February Sri Lanka v Australia Gqeberha
17 February New Zealand v Bangladesh Cape Town
17 February West Indies v Ireland Cape Town
18 February England v India Gqeberha
18 February South Africa v Australia Gqeberha
19 February Pakistan v West Indies Paarl
19 February New Zealand v Sri Lanka Paarl
20 February Ireland v India Gqeberha
21 February England v Pakistan Cape Town
21 February South Africa v Bangladesh Cape Town
23 February SEMI-FINAL 1 Cape Town
24 February RESERVE DAY Cape Town
24 February SEMI-FINAL 2 Cape Town
25 February RESERVE DAY Cape Town
26 February FINAL Cape Town
27 February RESERVE DAY Cape Town