International Cricket Council has revealed the official fixtures and schedule of ICC Women’s world cup 2021 to be hosted in New Zealand from 6 February to 7 March. Home team New Zealand women to play opening game of tournament against 6th Feb at Eden Park in Auckland.
A total of 8 national women’s to be a part of ladies cricket world cup that will feature 28 matches in the first round of championship. Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Wellington, Dunedin and Tauranga to host 2021 women’s world cup. Hamilton and Tauranga stadiums will be used for semifinals meanwhile Christchurch’s Hagley Oval to host final of WWC21.
England women are the title defending champions in the tournament as they won 2017 edition defeating India at home. Apart from England and India there are 6 more teams to feature in the competition.
Let’s have a look at the full schedule of ICC women’s world cup 2021.
ICC Women’s World Cup 2021 Fixtures
|6 February||14:00||Match 1||New Zealand vs TBA||Eden Park, Auckland|
|7 February||10:00||Match 2||Australia vs England||Eden Park, Auckland|
|7 February||10:00||Match 3||TBA vs TBA||University Oval, Dunedin|
|8 February||10:00||Match 4||TBA vs South Africa||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|9 February||10:00||Match 5||New Zealand vs TBA||University Oval, Dunedin|
|10 February||10:00||Match 6||England vs TBA||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|10 February||14:00||Match 7||Australia vs TBA||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|11 February||14:00||Match 8||TBA vs South Africa||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|13 February||10:00||Match 9||TBA vs England||University Oval, Dunedin|
|13 February||10:00||Match 10||New Zealand vs Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|14 February||10:00||Match 11||TBA vs South Africa||University Oval, Dunedin|
|14 February||14:00||Match 12||TBA vs TBA||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|16 February||10:00||Match 13||Australia vs TBA||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|17 February||10:00||Match 14||South Africa vs England||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|17 February||14:00||Match 15||New Zealand vs TBA||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|18 February||14:00||Match 16||TBA vs TBA||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|20 February||10:00||Match 17||TBA vs TBA||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|20 February||14:00||Match 18||New Zealand vs South Africa||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|21 February||10:00||Match 19||TBA vs Australia||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|21 February||14:00||Match 20||England vs TBA||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|23 February||10:00||Match 21||South Africa vs TBA||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|24 February||10:00||Match 22||England vs TBA||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|24 February||14:00||Match 23||TBA vs Australia||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|25 February||10:00||Match 24||New Zealand vs TBA||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|26 February||14:00||Match 25||South Africa vs Australia||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|27 February||10:00||Match 26||TBA vs TBA||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|28 February||10:00||Match 27||New Zealand vs England||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|28 February||14:00||Match 28||TBA vs TBA||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|3 March||14:00||Match 29||1st Semifinal||Bay Oval, Tauranga|
|4 March||14:00||Match 30||2nd Semifinal||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|7 March||14:00||Match 31||Final||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
Which four teams do you think will qualify for the semi-finals of 2021 women’s cricket world cup?