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ICC Womens World Cup Qualifier 2021 Complete Schedule

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The ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2021 schedule has been released and will see Ireland play the Netherlands in its opening game. The Netherlands is in their first game. Check Womens World Cup Qualifier 2021 Schedule.

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The ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2021 will take place at four sites located in Harare, Zimbabwe from November 21 until December 5.

Womens World Cup Qualifier 2021 Schedule

ICC Womens World Cup Qualifier 2021 Schedule

Groupings

Group AGroup B
West IndiesPakistan
Sri LankaBangladesh
IrelandThailand
Papua New GuineaZimbabwe
NetherlandsUSA

Qualifiers

21 November
Old Hararians: Bangladesh v Pakistan
Harare Sports Club: Thailand v Zimbabwe
Sunrise Cricket Club: West Indies v PNG
Takashinga Cricket Club: Ireland v Netherlands

23 November
Old Hararians: West Indies v Ireland
Harare Sports Club: Netherlands v Sri Lanka    
Sunrise Cricket Club: Pakistan v Thailand
Takashinga Cricket Club: Bangladesh v USA 

25 November
Old Hararians: Ireland v Sri Lanka
Harare Sports Club: Bangladesh v Thailand
Sunrise Cricket Club: PNG v Netherlands
Takashinga Cricket Club: Zimbabwe v USA

27 November
Old Hararians: Sri Lanka v West Indies
Harare Sports Club: Ireland v PNG
Sunrise Cricket Club: Pakistan v Zimbabwe
Takashinga Cricket Club: USA v Thailand

29 November
Old Hararians: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe
Harare Sports Club: Pakistan v USA
Sunrise Cricket Club: West Indies v Netherlands
Takashinga Cricket Club: Sri Lanka v PNG

1 December
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 21
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 22
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 23

3 December
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 24
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 25
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 26

5 December
Old Hararians: Super 6 Match 27
Harare Sports Club: Super 6 Match 28
Sunrise Cricket Club: Super 6 Match 29

All matches start at 9.30 am local time.

 T20 Women World Cup 2021 Team List:

 The 10 teams competing will be divided between two five-person groups’ players for the first league. Ed Joyce’s girls wearing green are being placed in Group A along with other teams from the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, and the West Indies.

 It will decide three qualifiers to the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 which will be held in New Zealand from 4 March until 3 April. The three qualifiers will be part of five teams. That has already qualified for the ICC Women’s Championship, Australia, England, India, and South Africa and hosts New Zealand.

The three qualifiers along with the following two teams will guarantee participation for the next ICC Women’s Championship (IWC). As well as the top five from the previous cycle since it is expected that the total number of women’s teams competing in the third round of the IWC increases by eight teams to 10.

Conclusion

The main three players after stage 6 of the Super 6 phase will meet all requirements for the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022. Which will be facilitated in New Zealand one year from now? Together with hosts Australia, England, South Africa, and India who have already been selected for the tournament.

The top five teams will be eligible for the next round of the ICC Women’s Championship, which will be expanding the number of teams from 8 to 10 teams. ICC will assist in bringing supporters to the tournament with extensive digital coverage. The matches will be broadcast live on ICC.tv and the scoring will be available. As well as match recaps, player profiles on www.icc-cricket.com as well as the official ICC app.

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