In-form New Zealand will look to get some early points in kitty when they face Sri Lanka in their lung opener of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup on February 22.
Thailand will debut in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup when they face former champions West Indies in a Group B clash on Saturday (Feb 22).
If the lights turn on at the Showground to more India shirts, and the pitch takes some turn, Australia might start their home World Cup feeling a bit lost.
With the series already in pocket, New Zealand will take the field against South Africa in what can be termed a dead rubber in the fifth and final T20I at the University Oval in Dunedin on Thursday (February 13). While the hosts won the first two games, the Proteas won the third encounter before Sophie
Both India and Australia have stuttered and struggled their way into the final of the tri-series where they hope to find the perfect game.
A series victory in New Zealand’s mind, while South Africa aim to make it 2-2 when both the teams face each other in the fourth T20I on February 10.
A must-win encounter for the Australians to keep their hopes alive of qualifying for the final; a win England is enough to see them through.
With South Africa trailing 0-2 in the five-match T20 series, their third encounter against New Zealand on Sunday (Febauary 09) in Wellington becomes all the more important for visitors
India batters need to up the ante against Australia in their final round-robin match of the T20 tri-series in Melbourne on Saturday.
India and England take on each other in the first match of the Melbourne leg of the T20I tri-series on Friday (Feb 7) with an eye on the finals.