Full schedule for ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 Announced

ICC on Wednesday 11th March 2021, announced the Full schedule for ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 to be held in New Zealand starting 6th February 2021.

 

Women's Cricket World Cup 2021 FIxtures Announced
Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 Fixtures Announced. Pic Credits: ICC

Tournament fixtures by venue:

Eden Park, Auckland

Saturday, 6 Feb – New Zealand v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 7 Feb – Australia v England

University Oval, Dunedin

Sunday, 7 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER
Tuesday, 9 Feb – NZ v QUALIFIER
Saturday, 13 Feb – QUALIFIER v England
Sunday, 14 Feb – QUALIFIER v South Africa

Seddon Park, Hamilton

Monday, 8 Feb – QUALIFIER v South Africa
Wednesday, 10 Feb – England v QUALIFIER
Thursday, 11 Feb – QUALIFIER v South Africa
Saturday, 20 Feb – New Zealand v South Africa
Wednesday, 24 Feb – QUALIFIER v Australia
Friday, 26 Feb – South Africa v Australia
Thursday, 4 March – Semi-final 2 (2v3)

Bay Oval, Tauranga

Wednesday, 10 Feb – Australia v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 14 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER
Wednesday, 17 Feb – New Zealand v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 21 Feb – England v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 28 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER
Wednesday, 3 March – Semi-Final 1 (1v4)

Basin Reserve, Wellington

Saturday, 13 Feb – New Zealand v Australia
Tuesday, 16 Feb – Australia v QUALIFIER
Wednesday, 17 Feb – South Africa v England
Tuesday, 23 Feb – South Africa v QUALIFIER
Thursday, 25 Feb – New Zealand v QUALIFIER
Saturday, 27 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER

Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Thursday, 18 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER
Saturday, 20 Feb – QUALIFIER v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 21 Feb – QUALIFIER v Australia
Wednesday, 24 Feb – England v QUALIFIER
Sunday, 28 Feb – New Zealand v England
Sunday, 7 March – Final

ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 at a glance

Hosted in New Zealand from February 6 to March 7, 2021
8 countries
31 matches
6 host cities: Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin

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Highlights of the match schedule revealed today include:

  • Eden Park to host a bumper opening weekend featuring the WHITE FERNS on Waitangi Day, followed by defending champions England v Australia face-off the next day.
  • The WHITE FERNS to take on South Africa’s Proteas in one of six pool matches and a semi-final to be held in Hamilton.
  • Tauranga to play host to a semi-final and five pool matches. That includes three back-to-back Sunday afternoons starring a showdown with reigning champions England.
  • The iconic Basin Reserve to stage the highly anticipated Trans-Tasman showdown on Saturday, 13 February.
  • Dunedin, the home of Suzie Bates to put on Valentine’s weekend full of top cricket featuring South Africa and England.
  • Christchurch to host the final on 7 March under lights at Hagley Park on the back of five pool matches.

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