The 7th season of the Women's T20 World Cup will be held in Australia, 23 matches between 10 teams. The first match of the tournament will be between India and Australia on 21 February
Dainik BhaskarFeb 18, 2020, 08:52 AM IST Sports Desk. The women's T20 World Cup matches begin on February 21. For the first time the tournament has been held in Australia. The tournament, which runs until March 8, will feature 23 matches between 10 teams. Six World Cup matches have been played so far. Australia has won the title 4 times at most. The team made it to the title round of the last five tournaments. England and West Indies have won the title once each.
The Indian team has so far never reached the final. The team made the semi-finals three times in 2009, 2010, 2018. Thailand's team is entering the tournament for the first time. For the first time in the tournament, the front foot Noble will see the third umpire replacing the on-field umpire.
Five teams in each group have 10 teams divided into two groups. All teams will play matches against each other. That is, a team will have to play four matches in the league round. The top-2 teams of each group will make it to the semi-finals. Both semi-finals will be held on 5 March while the final will be on 8 March.
Australia or New Zealand will have to be defeated to reach the semi-finals, Australia is number one, New Zealand is third and Indian team is fourth in the T20 ranking. Two teams from the group will get a place in the semi-finals. In such a situation, it is necessary for the Indian team to beat either of Australia or New Zealand to reach the semi-finals. There have been 3 matches between India and Australia in the World Cup. Australia has won two while India has won one. We have also met New Zealand three times. One won and two lost. India has won three times over Sri Lanka. Once lost. The team has defeated Bangladesh both times in the World Cup. The Indian team reached the semi-finals in 2018. Where he was defeated at the hands of England.
Alice Perry took the maximum 36 wickets in 32 matches, Australia's Alice Perry has taken the maximum 36 wickets. At the same time, leg-spinner Poonam Yadav has taken the maximum 18 wickets from India. So far, four bowlers have been able to take five wickets in an innings. The feat was first done by India's leg-spinner Priyanka Roy in 2009. He took 5 wickets for 16 runs against Pakistan.