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
Friday 21 February
Pool A – India (132/4) beat Australia (115) by 17 runs
Sunday 23 February
1900/1100: Pool B – England v South Africa, Perth
Wednesday 26 February
1400/0300: Pool B – England v Thailand, Canberra
1900/0800: Pool B – West Indies v Pakistan, Canberra
Thursday 27 February
1400/0300: Pool A – India v New Zealand, Melbourne
1900/0800: Pool A – Australia v Bangladesh, Canberra
Friday 28 February
1400/0300: Pool B – South Africa v Thailand, Canberra
1900/0800: Pool B – England v Pakistan, Canberra
Saturday 29 February
1000/2300 Fri: Pool A – New Zealand v Bangladesh, Melbourne
1400/0300: Pool A – India v Sri Lanka, Melbourne
Sunday 1 March
1400/0300: Pool B – South Africa v Pakistan, Sydney
1900/0800: Pool B – England v West Indies, Sydney
Monday 2 March
1000/2300 Sun: Pool A – Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne
1400/0300: Pool A – Australia v New Zealand, Melbourne
Tuesday 3 March
1400/0300: Pool B – Pakistan v Thailand, Sydney
1900/0800: Pool B – West Indies v South Africa, Sydney
Venues: Sydney Cricket Ground; Melbourne Cricket Ground
Thursday 5 March
1400/0300: Semi-final 1 – TBC v TBC, Sydney
1900/0800: Semi-final 2 – TBC v TBC, Sydney
Sunday 8 March
1900/0800: Final – Winner SF1 v Winner SF 2, Melbourne
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