The anticipation of the fourth Women’s Cricket Super League has somewhat been diminished by the fact that it will be the final time that these sides compete for this title. The Hundred takes its place from 2020. It is with a certain amount of sadness that this competition draws to a close – it is
England and Australia hold the 50-over World Cup and the World T20 respectively but the one trophy they both want their hands on is the Ashes. Australia currently holds that honour. When both these teams met in Australia in 2017 the series was tied. That meant Australia retained the wooden ball. The multi-format series offers
The 2019 ICC Women’s Qualifier Europe is a will be held in Spain from 26th June 2019 to 29th June. Scotland, Germany and The Netherlands are competing for the top spot. Each team will play twice against the other team with the top team progressing to both the 2019 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier and the 2020 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournaments.
It is an important summer for England. The West Indies are the start of an intense couple of months for England. With Australia, the next opponents next month West Indies will prove tough opposition for England. West Indies will have a few points to prove since the last time they were in England. Key Players:
On their tour of the United Kingdom, West Indies first face Ireland, before taking on England. Against Ireland, they will play three T20Is, with both teams having a point to prove. The tourists will be looking to bounce back after suffering a 2-1 ODI loss to Pakistan in their last tour, while the hosts will
The much anticipated 2nd season of Women’s T20 challenge is finally all set to start. Taking one step ahead from the last year’s one off T20 exhibition game, this year the BCCI has launched a mini tournament. The tournament will start from 6th May and the final will be played on the 11th May. All the matches will
South Africa will host Pakistan in a three-match ODI and five-match T20 series beginning on May 6. In their previous five encounters, South Africa have triumphed four times. Will the narrative change this time around? The hosts will be led by Sune Luus in the absence of regular skipper Dane van Niekerk while she recovers
It would be typical that one of the most competitive Royal London One-Day Championships is set to be played for the final time. Next season heralds a new era of professional women’s cricket in England and Wales. That, of course, is for another day, so let’s concentrate on where the final county championship is head.
England have never won a bilateral series in India. It’s a record Heather Knight’s team will be keen to rectify as they begin their tour of India with three One-Day Internationals in Mumbai. Similarly, India will be keen to repeat their series win over England in the ODI series in Nagpur last year. The first
The Rose Bowl series between trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand is set to begin on February 22. The three-match ODI series will see the Amy Satterthwaite-led White Ferns clash with the Southern Stars, captained by Meg Lanning. Before the start of the series, both teams have some questions and uncertainties that they need to