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
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