Women Championship Starts From 11
Everyone agrees that the popularity of women’s cricket has increased in the whole world after the Women’s World Cup 2017. The cricket council is going to organize the second season of the championship to redeem the same popularity. In Delhi, Indian captain Mithali Raj opened the second season of the ICC Women’s Championship. The biggest advantage of this is that through this tournament the teams will be able to secure their place in the 2021 World Cup. India, Australia, England, New Zealand and South Africa have participated in its first season.
Apart from these teams, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the West Indies will also be part of this season. All the teams, who will get the top three positions in this tournament, will get a direct entry into the 2021 Women’s World Cup with hosts host New Zealand.
After this, the remaining four teams have to take part in the qualifiers round with 6 teams from Africa, Asia, East Asia and Europe. The captain of the Indian team expressed happiness over this tournament. They described it as good for women cricket Apart from this, he said on this occasion that this championship has helped players from around the world grow. This has made competition even more difficult. I am sure many tough matches will be seen this season.
The championship will be inaugurated on Wednesday, October 11. Under this, the one-day series of the first three matches will be between the West Indies and Sri Lanka. After this, like the men’s team, the England Ashes series will be played between England and Australia. Pakistan will host New Zealand in November. The Indian team will play the series against South Africa in January.
ICC Women’s Championship Schedule ODI Round 1
Indian Women’s Cricket Team Captain Mitali Raj
Mitali Raj has opened the option to play in his fifth World Cup in 2021. Mithali said that if his form and fitness do not disappoint him then he would like to play the fifth World Cup.
In the June-July this year, the Mithali-led Indian team made the final place in the World Cup in England and before that they had said that this would be their last World Cup. But now it seems that this batsman who has made the most runs in ODI cricket has changed his mind.
Mithali said, “I have not rejected the idea of playing in the next World Cup, but to reach the fourth year of the World Cup, I have to go through the next three years.” He said, “Look at me for this and It is also important to assess how my form remains till 2021, so now I am thinking about the other matches of World T20 and 2018. “The Indian team had a match since the World Cup in July no Played and will play in February next series.
Mitali said that the player will start preparing for his first series of ICC ODI Championship against South Africa in December. As part of this championship, India will have to play three matches against South Africa from February 5 to 10.
He said, “The domestic season will start in December and it will work for South Africa tour preparation. Mithali is also part of the BCCI’s Special Committee for Women’s Cricket, which recently underwent a change in the domestic structure, under-16 category, all over India.
Women’s World Cup Qualification Program