A new-look Sri Lanka will compete in the T20 World Cup 2020. © Getty Images

Chamari Atapattu has been named skipper of a new-look Sri Lanka squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia beginning on February 21. As many as four senior players, who were part of the squad that recently toured Australia, have been left-out – Inoka Ranaweera, the left-arm spinner, Yasoda Mendis, the top-order 

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(L-R) Neetu David, Nooshin Al Khadeer and Jaya Sharma. © Getty Images/ Women's CricZone

Neetu David, Nooshin Al Khadeer, Jaya Sharma, Kalpana Venkatacher, Laya Francis, Shyama Shaw and Renu Margrate have all reportedly applied for a position on the Indian women’s national selection panel. The deadline for these applications was Friday (January 24). David, one of India’s greatest ever bowlers with a total of 182 wickets in 107 internationals, 

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Molly Strano in action. © Getty Images

Molly Strano has been appointed captain of the Governor-General’s XI that will face India in a T20 fixture, ahead of the T20I tri-series also involving Australia and England, at the Drummoyne Oval in Sydney on Tuesday (January 28). The off-spinner, who was unlucky to miss out on selection ahead of the T20 World Cup, has 

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Sana Mir in action. ©ICC

In a shock move, Sana Mir, the former Pakistan captain and the team’s highest wicket-taker in T20Is, has been left out of their squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 to be held in Australia beginning on February 21. Mir, who recently announced that she was going to take an indefinite break from 

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Geogia Elwiss in action. © Getty Images

In a surprise move, seam-bowling allrounder Georgia Elwiss has been included in England’s squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. She replaces left-arm spinner Kirstie Gordon who played a crucial role in the team’s campaign in the West Indies in 2018, from the squad that toured Malaysia late last year. The allrounder returns 

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Sophie Devine celebrates a half-century. © Getty Images

Allrounder Sophie Devine was ‘indefinitely’ named captain of New Zealand ahead of the limited overs home series against South Africa beginning on January 25, and leading in to the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia next month. The announcement was made by New Zealand Cricket at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Thursday 

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Matthew Mott has overseen a very successful period in Australian cricket. © Getty Images

Matthew Mott, head coach of Australia, has extended his contract through to the end of the 2021 ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, Cricket Australia announced on Wednesday (January 15). Having taken up the role in 2015, Mott has overseen the resurrection of Australia’s dominance across formats, leading them to No.1 in both ODI 

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Bangladesh have announced an extended 18-member squad that will travel to India to participate in a T20 Quadrangular series involving India A, India B and Thailand. Salma Khatum, the veteran allrounder, has been named skipper of the side for the tournament that is to be held in Patna between January 16 to 22. The series 

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