The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier is a tournament whose sole purpose is to allow worthy teams to compete in the ICC Cricket World Cup. While Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, and India are already confirmed participants for the competition next year, this qualifier will give us 3 more participants that will strive for the title of world champions.
The qualifier, which was originally going to be played in Sri Lanka in July 2020 will belatedly be played in Zimbabwe between 10 teams divided into two groups – A and B, between 21st November and 5th December.
The top three teams from each group go to the Super 6 stage, with group stage points carrying over to the next phase.
From there, the top three after the Super 6 six stage will qualify for the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022.
— Female Cricket (@imfemalecricket) November 3, 2021
These groups will play a total of 29 matches; the top 3 performers of each group will then qualify for the ‘Super-6’ round scheduled to take place between 1st and 5th December. Subsequently, the top 5 performers of the tournament will also progress into the next cycle of the ICC Women’s Championship.
The 10 teams play the group stages in two groups of five each. These are:
Group A: West Indies, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Netherlands
Group B: Pakistan, Bangladesh, Thailand, Zimbabwe, USA
The ICC will help bring fans to the tournament through comprehensive digital coverage. Matches will be covered live on ICC.tv and there will be scoring, match recaps and player features on www.icc-cricket.com & the official ICC app.
Old Hararians: Bangladesh v Pakistan
Harare Sports Club: Thailand v Zimbabwe
Sunrise Cricket Club: West Indies v PNG
Takashinga Cricket Club: Ireland v Netherlands
Old Hararians: West Indies v Ireland
Harare Sports Club: Netherlands v Sri Lanka
Sunrise Cricket Club: Pakistan v Thailand
Takashinga Cricket Club: Bangladesh v USA
Old Hararians: Ireland v Sri Lanka
Harare Sports Club: Bangladesh v Thailand
Sunrise Cricket Club: PNG v Netherlands
Takashinga Cricket Club: Zimbabwe v USA
Old Hararians: Sri Lanka v West Indies
Harare Sports Club: Ireland v PNG
Sunrise Cricket Club: Pakistan v Zimbabwe
Takashinga Cricket Club: USA v Thailand
Old Hararians: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe
Harare Sports Club: Pakistan v USA
Sunrise Cricket Club: West Indies v Netherlands
Takashinga Cricket Club: Sri Lanka v PNG
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 21
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 22
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 23
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 24
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 25
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 26
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 27
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 28
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 29
All matches start 9.30am local time.
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