ICC Women’s T20 World Cup on FOX Cricket

FOX Cricket begins Live coverage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup next week, as the Australian Women’s cricket team will attempt to conquer the world from their own backyard.

Contested by 10 teams playing 23 matches in 17 days across six host cities, FOX Cricket will cover every game with commentators Isa Guha and Mel Jones, alongside Alex Blackwell and reporter Megan Barnard.

FOX Sports Head of Television, Steve Crawley, said: “How good is this: true world class sport in our own backyard with Australia ranked number one and the tournament favourite. The best of the best.”

FOX Cricket Expert commentator, Mel Jones, said: “This will be the most competitive Women’s T20 World Cup ever. It’s no longer the big three of Australia, New Zealand and England who are now joined by India, South Africa and West Indies to make six serious contenders, all boasting their own X factor players that will entertain and take the game to the next level.”

Ranked No.1 in the world, the stage has been set for Australia’s World Cup defence with heroes Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy featuring alongside captain Meg Lanning and Beth Mooney.

Here to challenge them when FOX Cricket will have every ball Live is India, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Thailand.

The tournament culminates in the Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on International Women’s Day – Sunday, March 8, when Katy Perry performs Live from 5.00pm before teams take the field for the Final.

Fri, Feb 21
Australia vs India
6.20pm

Sat, Feb 22
West Indies vs Thailand
5.30pm
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
9.30pm

Sun, Feb 23
England vs South Africa
9.30pm
(Men’s T20: Game 2
South Africa vs Australia
11.30pm)

Mon, Feb 24
Australia vs Sri Lanka
5.20pm
India vs Bangladesh
9.30pm

Wed, Feb 26
England vs Thailand
2.30pm
West Indies vs Pakistan
6.30pm
(Men’s T20: Game 3
South Africa vs Australia
10.00pm)

Thu, Feb 27
India vs New Zealand
2.30pm
Australia vs Bangladesh
6.20pm

Fri, Feb 28
South Africa vs Thailand
2.30pm
England vs Pakistan
6.30pm

Sat, Feb 29
New Zealand vs Bangladesh
10.30am
India vs Sri Lanka
2.30pm

Sun, Mar 1
South Africa vs Pakistan
2.30pm
England vs West indies
6.30pm

Mon, Mar 2
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh
10.30am
Australia vs New Zealand
2.20pm

Tue, Mar 3
Pakistan vs Thailand
2.30pm
West Indies vs South Africa
6.30pm

Thu, Mar 5
Semi-Final #1
2.20pm
Semi-Final #2
6.20pm

Sun, Mar 8
Final
5.00pm

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