ICC has released the schedule of Women’s World Cup 2022. This tournament will begin on March 4. Whereas the Indian team will start their campaign in this from March 6 against the qualifiers team. The tournament’s opening match will be played against New Zealand and the qualifying team.
The semi-finals of the tournament will be played in Wellington and Christchurch. Christchurch will also host the final match of the World Cup. The final match of the Womens World Cup 2022 will be played on 3 April. A total of 31 matches will be played in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. The tournament will start at Tauranga Bay Oval and the last match will end at Hagley Oval ground.
India will play 7 group stage matches
The Women’s World Cup 2022 will be the second major sporting event after the Women’s World T20 in Australia in March this year. The tournament was earlier scheduled to be held between February and March in 2021 but was postponed due to Corona.
Team India will play 7 matches in the group stage of the ICC Women’s World Cup to be held in 2022, in which 4 matches they will be played against New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and England. Apart from these 4 big teams, the remaining 3 will be with the teams that qualify. Team India captain Mithali Raj has hoped to lead her team in this tournament and win it.
What did Mithali Raj say about the World Cup 2022?
Mithali said, ‘This year has been difficult for all of us. But now it is nice to see that the game is coming back, which we all like. In the last 3-4 years, India has performed well in ICC tournaments, whether it is the last ODI World Cup or the recently concluded T20 World Cup. If we manage to win the tournament in 2022, it will give a new impetus to the emerging women cricketers in the country. I and my team are very keen on this tournament.’
The tournament will be organized in 6 cities
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 will be held in 6 cities in New Zealand, in which 8 teams of women’s cricket will be seen participating. These matches will be played in Auckland, Tauranga, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. Women’s World cup 2022