Women’s 2020 T20 World Cup: Fixtures, results, standings
Here are the full fixtures for the women’s 2020 T20 World Cup. All times local first, followed by UK.
Venues: Sydney Showground; WACA, Perth; Manuka Oval, Canberra; Junction Oval, Melbourne.
Pool A: Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
Pool B: England, Pakistan, West Indies, South Africa, Thailand
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Fixtures and Results:
Friday 21 February
Pool A – India (132/4) beat Australia (115) by 17 runs
Saturday 22 February
Pool B – West Indies (80/3) beat Thailand (78/9) by seven wickets
Pool A – New Zealand (131/3) beat Sri Lanka (127/7) by seven wickets
Sunday 23 February
Pool B – South Africa (127/4) beat England (123/8) by six wickets
Monday 24 February
Pool A – Australia (123/5) beat Sri Lanka (122/6) by five wickets
Pool A – India (142/6) beat Bangladesh (124/8) by 18 runs
Wednesday 26 February
Pool B – England (176/2) beat Thailand (78/7) by 98 runs
Pool B – Pakistan (127/2) beat West Indies (124/7) by eight wickets
Thursday 27 February
Pool A – India (133/8) beat New Zealand (130/5) by three runs
Pool A – Australia (189/1) beat Bangladesh (103/9) by 86 runs
Friday 28 February
Pool B – South Africa (195/3) beat Thailand (82) by 113 runs
Pool B – England (158/7) beat Pakistan (116) by 42 runs
Saturday 29 February
Pool A – New Zealand (91) beat Bangladesh (74) b 17 runs
Pool A – India (116/3) beat Sri Lanka (113/9) by seven wickets
Sunday 1 March
Pool B – South Africa (136/6) beat Pakistan (119/5) by 17 runs
Pool B – England (143/5) beat West Indies (97) by 46 runs
Monday 2 March
Pool A – Sri Lanka (92/1) beat Bangladesh (91/8) by nine wickets
Pool A – Australia (155/5) beat New Zealand (151/7) by four runs
Venues: Sydney Cricket Ground; Melbourne Cricket Ground
Thursday 5 March
1400/0300: Semi-final 1 – England v India – Match Abandoned (India qualify as Pool A winners)
1900/0800: Semi-final 2 – Australia (134/5) beat South Africa (92/5) by five runs (DLS method)
Sunday 8 March
1900/0800: Final – India v Australia, Melbourne
India v England, day one: Zak Crawley the only bright light for poor England
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England frustrated with umpires after India dominate day one of third Test
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England slump to 112 all out as India take control of third Test
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Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin have England in a spin in third Test
Patel claimed six for 38 to put India in complete control.
Zak Crawley leads England resistance but India dominate first session
The host’s spinners enjoyed more helpful conditions.
England make four changes and opt to bat first in day-night Test against India
Rory Burns and Dan Lawrence made way for Zak Crawley and Jonny Bairstow.
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