Women’s T20 World Cup: Captains collect for trophy’s media launch
SYDNEY: The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 is formally up and working as all of the 10 skippers gathered for the captain’s media launch on Monday on the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
The seventh version is ready to be probably the most closely-fought but, and the prize on the finish couldn’t have been higher.
A world file attendance for a girls’s sport fixture might be set when the ultimate is held on 8 March in Melbourne – International Women’s Day – with these on the helm determined to take their nation to the MCG.
The match will characteristic 10 groups. The eight top-ranked groups primarily based on ending positions from the 2018 T20 World Cup certified routinely.
The remaining two qualification spots had been decided by way of the 2019 T20 Qualifier, with Bangladesh and Thailand progressing.
It was the primary time that Thailand had certified for a T20 World Cup.
All ten groups have been divided into two teams:
Group A: Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
Group B: England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand
In all, 23 matches, together with two semi-finals and a last, will probably be performed at six venues in 4 cities of Australia. They are: Manuka Oval (Canberra), Junction Oval and Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne), WACA Ground (Perth), and Sydney Showground Stadium and Sydney Cricket Ground (Sydney).