Seven teams will participate in the 15-day tournament, which starts on October 1.
The tournament will be held in a round robin format, with the top four teams qualifying for the semifinals.
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The teams playing in the tournament are India, Pakistan, hosting Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, UAE, Thailand and Malaysia.
Afghanistan hasn’t had a women’s team since the Taliban took over.
India kicks off their campaign on opening day against Sri Lanka.
They then play against Malaysia (October 3) and the UAE (October 4) on consecutive days before taking on Pakistan.
India will host Bangladesh on October 8 and the round robin match against minnows Thailand is on October 10.
The team led by Harmanpreet Kaur will play six league games in ten days before the presumed semi-finals on 11 or 13 October.
The final is scheduled for October 15.