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England will face India in 2023 T20 Women’s World Cup as fixtures and groups announced | Cricket News

England are drawn in the same group as India, the West Indies, Pakistan and Ireland. Group 2 includes hosts South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia and Bangladesh. The first match is on February 10th

Last updated: 03/10/22 10:37pm

England's recent run against India ended in controversy

England’s recent run against India ended in controversy

England Women will play against India in the group stage of the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa.

The West Indies, Pakistan and qualifiers Ireland have also been drawn in Group 2, with holders Australia in Group 1 alongside New Zealand, Sri Lanka, South Africa and qualifiers Bangladesh.

The tournament kicks off on February 10, with each team playing each other once.

Australia are the T20 World Cup holders

Australia are the T20 World Cup holders

The top two teams will advance to the semi-finals for a place in the final on February 26 in Cape Town.

England will be under new leadership in 2023, after Lisa Keightley resigned following the series against India in September.

England’s first game is against the West Indies in Paarl on February 11, before they play Ireland on February 13 at the same ground.

They then move to Gqeberha on February 18, for their final group match against Pakistan on February 21 in Cape Town.

South Africa opens the tournament against Sri Lanka and plays the final group stage against Bangladesh in Cape Town.

Australia has won the T20 World Cup five times, including in 2020 on home soil with an 85-run win over India.

Highlights from the third one-day international between England and India at Lord's.

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Highlights from the third one-day international between England and India at Lord’s.

Highlights from the third one-day international between England and India at Lord’s.

India faced England in September in a T20 and ODI series, which controversially ended at Lord’s after Deepti ran out of Sharma’s mankad to seal a 3-0 win.

In 2020, India progressed at the expense of England as their match was a washout and India went on as the group winner, with no spare days.

Next year’s edition has spare days planned for the knockout stage and the final.



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