Warm-up Schedule of ICC U19 Women’s World Cup 2023 Announced

The ICC U-19 Women’s T20 World Cup is slated to start on 14th January 2023 with 16 teams ready to take on each other in the quest for the elusive World Cup. Between January 9th and January 11th, the cities of Johannesburg and Tshwane will host 16 warm-up games in the lead-up to the World Cup.

Warm-up Schedule of ICC U19 Women's World Cup 2023 Announced
Warm-up Schedule of ICC U19 Women’s World Cup 2023 Announced

Here’s the schedule of the warm-up matches before the ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup group stages get underway on January 14th-

Match No.

Date

Fixture

Venue

Timing (in IST)

1

9/1/2023

Scotland vs the United States of America

St Stithians College, Johannesburg

1:30 PM

2

9/1/2023

India vs Australia

Steyn City School Oval

1:30 PM

3

9/1/2023

Ireland vs Pakistan

Tuks Oval, Pretoria

1:30 PM

4

9/1/2023

Indonesia vs Zimbabwe

Hammanskraal Mandela Oval, Pretoria

1:30 PM

5

9/1/2023

United Arab Emirates vs Sri Lanka

St Stithians College, Johannesburg

5:15 PM

6

9/1/2023

South Africa vs Bangladesh

Steyn City School Oval

5:15 PM

7

9/1/2023

New Zealand vs Rwanda

Tuks Oval, Pretoria

5:15 PM

8

9/1/2023

West Indies vs England

Hammanskraal Mandela Oval, Pretoria

5:15 PM

9

11/1/2023

Bangladesh vs India

St Stithians College, Johannesburg

1:30 PM

10

11/1/2023

United States of America vs United Arab Emirates Women

Steyn City School Oval

1:30 PM

11

11/1/2023

England vs Indonesia

Tuks Oval, Pretoria

1:30 PM

12

11/1/2023

Rwanda vs Ireland

Hammanskraal Mandela Oval, Pretoria

1:30 PM

13

11/1/2023

South Africa vs Australia

St Stithians College, Johannesburg

5:15 PM

14

11/1/2023

Sri Lanka vs Scotland

Steyn City School Oval

5:15 PM

15

11/1/2023

Zimbabwe vs West Indies

Tuks Oval, Pretoria

5:15 PM

16

11/1/2023

Pakistan vs New Zealand

Hammanskraal Mandela Oval, Pretoria

5:15 PM

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