ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Fixtures, Match Timings, Broadcast and Live Streaming Details

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Australia will host the seventh edition of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. The tournament will bowl out on February 21 at the Sydney Showground Stadium.


The final is scheduled to be played at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on March 8, which also happens to be International Women’s Day. Hosts Australia will enter the tournament as the defending champions.

Six venues in four cities have been finalized for the 2020 edition of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. A total of 23 games will be played in the next 20 days. All the ten teams taking part in the competition have been divided into two groups of five each. The top-two teams will advance to the knockout stage.


Groups

  • Group A – Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
  • Group B – England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand

Fixtures

  • February 21: Australia v India, Sydney (Showground) (8:00 am GMT)
  • February 22: West Indies v Thailand, Perth (WACA) (6:00 am GMT)
  • February 22: New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Perth (WACA) (11:00 am GMT)
  • February 23: England v South Africa, Perth (WACA) (11:00 am GMT)
  • February 24: Australia v Sri Lanka, Perth (WACA) (6:00 am GMT)
  • February 24: India v Bangladesh, Perth (WACA) (11:00 am GMT)
  • February 26: England v Thailand, Canberra (3:00 am GMT)
  • February 26: West Indies v Pakistan, Canberra (8:00 am GMT)
  • February 27: India v New Zealand, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (3:00 am GMT)
  • February 27: Australia v Bangladesh, Canberra (8:00 am GMT)
  • February 28: South Africa v Thailand, Canberra (3:00 am GMT)
  • February 28: England v Pakistan, Canberra (8:00 am GMT)
  • February 29: New Zealand v Bangladesh, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (3:00 am GMT)
  • February 29: India v Sri Lanka, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (8:00 am GMT)
  • March 1: South Africa v Pakistan, Sydney (Showground) (3:00 am GMT)
  • March 1: England v West Indies, Sydney (Showground) (8:00 am GMT)
  • March 2: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (3:00 am GMT)
  • March 2: Australia v New Zealand, Melbourne (Junction Oval) (8:00 am GMT)
  • March 3: Pakistan v Thailand, Sydney (Showground) (3:00 am GMT)
  • March 3: West Indies v South Africa, Sydney (Showground) (8:00 am GMT)
  • March 5: First semi-final, Sydney (SCG) (3:00 am GMT)
  • March 5: Second semi-final, Sydney (SCG) (8:00 am GMT)
  • March 8: Final, Melbourne (MCG) (8:00 am GMT)

Broadcast and Live Streaming Details

  • Afghanistan – Moby TV & Hotstar
  • Australia – Channel 9, Fox Sports, Kayo Live Stream, SEN Radio & Macquarie Sports Radio
  • Bangladesh – BTV, GTV & Rabbitholebd
  • England – Sky Sports, SkyGo & NowTV
  • India – Star Sports Network, Doordarshan & Hotstar
  • Ireland – Sky Sports & NowTV
  • New Zealand – Sky Sports NZ & SkyGo Fan Pass
  • Pakistan – PTV Sports & Ten Cricket
  • South Africa – Super Sports 5, SuperSport Website & Supersport App
  • Sri Lanka – Ten Sports & Hotstar
  • West Indies/Caribbean Islands – ESPN & ESPN Play
  • Zimbabwe – SuperSports 5 & SuperSport App
  • Asia Central Region – Hotstar Website & Hotstar App
  • Canada – ATN Cricket Plus & ATN website
  • Europe – Hotstar Website & App
  • Hong Kong – Star Cricket & Now TV
  • Malaysia – Fox International & Astro Go
  • Nepal – Star Sports & Hotstar
  • North Africa – OSN
  • North America – ESPN
  • Oceania – Digicel & Digicel Play
  • Oman – OSN
  • Scotland – Sky Sports, SkyGo & Now TV
  • Singapore – Star Cricket, Star Hub Go & Singtel
  • South American Counties – ESPN Website, ESPN Brazil (Stream) & ESPN Play South
  • Sub-Saharan Africa – Super Sports
  • The Middle East – OSN CricHD, Eleven Sports & Wavo Stream
  • The Netherlands – Sky Sports
  • United Arab Emirates – OSN & Wavo
  • United States of America – Willow TV

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