2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup: Tournament Preview

In the spring of 2022, the main cricket event of recent years will take place. This is the Women’s World Cup, which will be hosted by New Zealand.

Undoubtedly, this event will attract hundreds of thousands of viewers around the world, because such an event when you can watch the best cricketers play in one tournament happens not every year, and in the context of a global pandemic, this opportunity is even rarer.

 

Women's World Cup 2021 Trophy
Women’s World Cup 2021 Trophy

 

Initially, the championship was supposed to take place in 2021, but due to the same pandemic, it was rescheduled for 2022. The matches will now take place between 4th March to 3rd April 2022.

Which teams will take part in the tournament?

In total, the 8 strongest women’s cricket teams in the world at the moment will play in the tournament.

Among them are:

  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • England
  • India
  • South Africa
  • Bangladesh
  • Pakistan
  • West Indies

New Zealand received an automatic place in the tournament as the host country. 4 more teams got their places thanks to successful performances at ICC Women’s Championship. They are India, Australia, England, and South Africa.

The fate of 3 more trips to the World Cup was to be decided in the qualifying tournament in 2021, but Covid-19 made its own adjustments. The tournament was canceled and places in the tournament were given to the top 3 ranked teams by ICC ODI Rankings – Pakistan, West Indies, and Bangladesh.

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It should be noted that compared to the last championship in 2017, there was only one change in the composition of the participants – the Bangladesh team ousted the Sri Lanka team.

Where and when will the matches take place?

 

Andrea Nelson - CEO at ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022
Andrea Nelson – CEO at ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022

 

World Cup matches will be held in 6 New Zealand cities:

  • Christchurch
  • Auckland
  • Mount Maunganui
  • Hamilton
  • Wellington
  • Dunedin.

The tournament will first feature group stage matches, where each team must face each other. The opening match will take place on March 4. It will bring together New Zealand and West Indies. Bay Oval arena with 10 000 capacity will hold it.

India will play its first match against Pakistan on March, 6. Then it will meet New Zealand on March, 10 and West Indies on March, 12. The group stage matches will end on March, 27 with India vs. South Africa.

The top 4 teams at the end of the group stage will advance to the semi-finals. They will take place on March, 30 and 31. The final will take place on April, 3 at the Hagley Oval arena. 18,000 spectators will be able to watch this magnificent performance from the stands of the stadium.

Who can be considered the favorites of the tournament?

This tournament has a fairly even line-up of participants and everyone can shoot with a good result. However, it is still possible to single out a few favorites.

First, let’s note the current world champion. This is the England team that won the title in 2017 at the home ground.

India also has excellent chances of reaching the final or even winning. This team played in the final of the last championship.

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Well, finally, it is worth noting the hosts of the tournament. New Zealand has a great chance to show themselves with the support of its native fans.

Where to bet on ICC WWC 2022?

Such a major event in the world of cricket cannot fail to attract the attention of bet lovers. And many of them are probably wondering where it is best to place them.

Among the variety of offers, the Betwinner app will be an excellent choice. And there are a number of reasons for this:

  • High odds – you can get the maximum winnings with a successful forecast for the championship matches.
  • Convenience – you can easily filter the events you are interested in and immediately place a bet.
  • High operating speed – the app simply flies on any gadget, which will allow you not to miss a single bet both in prematch and in live mode.
  •  Promotions and special offers – before the championship has started, it is difficult to say which promotions will be available, but we can definitely say that you will not avoid profitable offers.

The Women’s Cricket World Cup is no longer on the horizon, so it is worth preparing for it now. You should familiarize yourself with the lineups of the teams, read the pre-match analytics, create your own strategy and, of course, download the Betwinner app to understand its functionality and be 100% ready!

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