The ongoing, first-ever edition of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Under-19 Women’s Twenty20 (T20) World Cup has entered its business end following 6 days of refreshing action. 12 out of the 16 teams who’ve finished in the top 3 of their respective group seedings have advanced to the Super 6’s that’ll be played from the 21st to the 25th of January for the teams to secure a ticket to the Semi-Finals.
Underdogs, Bangladesh have made it count big in the tournament thus far and walk into the Super 6 on the back of an unbeaten run following their 3 successive wins. Australia is seeded 2nd with a couple of wins and a defeat to their name, and Sri Lanka is the 3rd joining Australia and table toppers, Bangladesh to the Super 6 with a win to their name. The United States of America (USA) failed to bag their first set of a couple of points and have had an early exit following their 4th place play-off game against Scotland.
The English with a hat-trick of wins in the group B fixtures has the lead in the points table against Pakistan’s 4 and Rwanda’s 2. Pakistan is seeded 2nd with a couple of wins and a defeat (4 points) against their name and Rwanda with a win to their name follow. Zimbabwe who’ve had a winless campaign mark an early exit post attempting a win in the 4th place play-off game against Indonesia.
New Zealand following their unbeaten campaign advanced to the super 6 on the back of a hat-trick of wins each against the West Indies, who’ve finished 2nd with a couple of wins, Ireland, who’s managed a win to accumulate a couple of points and the winless, Indonesia.
India has stood up to the expectations of many finishing as the table toppers in the group following their unbeaten run. South Africa and the United Arab Emirates join India in advancing to the Super 6 having finished 2nd and 3rd respectively with 4 and 2 points leaving behind the winless, Scotland.
Super 6 Fixtures:
The top three teams from each of the 4 groups have advanced to the Super Six League stage, where teams from Group A will play against Group D in Group 1 fixtures and Group B will compete against Group C in Group 2 fixtures.
|Bangladesh vs South Africa||JB Marks Oval||1:45 PM|
|India vs Australia||NW University Oval||1:45 PM|
|22-Jan-23||India vs Sri Lanka||JB Marks Oval||1:45 PM|
|23-Jan-23||Australia vs United Arab Emirates||JB Marks Oval||1:45 PM|
|24-Jan-23||South Africa vs Sri Lanka||NW University Oval||1:45 PM|
|25-Jan-23||Bangladesh vs United Arab Emirates||NW University Oval||1:45 PM|
|England vs Ireland||JB Marks Oval||10:00 AM|
|New Zealand vs Rwanda||NW University Oval||10:00 AM|
|22-Jan-23||West Indies vs Rwanda||NW University Oval||1:45 PM|
|23-Jan-23||Pakistan vs Ireland||NW University Oval||1:45 PM|
|24-Jan-23||New Zealand vs Pakistan||JB Marks Oval||1:45 PM|
|25-Jan-23||England vs West Indies||JB Marks Oval||1:45 PM|