Women’s T20 World Cup 2023: Schedule, England fixtures, how to watch and latest odds


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Mon, 2 January 2023 at 12:33 pm GMT

Women's T20 World Cup 2023: Schedule, England fixtures, how to watch and latest odds - Tracey Nearmy/Getty Images
Women’s T20 World Cup 2023: Schedule, England fixtures, how to watch and latest odds – Tracey Nearmy/Getty Images

The eighth edition of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup gets underway in February – but can anyone beat Australia?

When and where is it?

The 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup starts on February 10 in South Africa with the hosts kicking things off against Sri Lanka. Cape Town, Paarl and Gqeberha will all host matches, with the knockout games to be played in Cape Town.

The final will be held on February 26 with a reserve day available on Feb 27.

Who is taking part?

Defending champions (and five-time winners) Australia are grouped alongside Trans-Tasmanian rivals New Zealand and hosts South Africa in Group 1, which also includes Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. England, India, West Indies, Pakistan and Ireland are in Group 2.

Group 1

Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh

Group 2

England, India, West Indies, Pakistan, Ireland

What are England’s group fixtures?

  • Saturday, Feb 11: West Indies vs England, 1pm
  • Monday, Feb 13: Ireland vs England, 1pm
  • Saturday, Feb 18: England vs India, 1pm
  • Tuesday, Feb 21: England vs Pakistan, 1pm

Full fixtures and schedule

  • Friday, Feb 10: South Africa vs Sri Lanka 5pm (Cape Town)
  • Saturday, Feb 11: West Indies vs England 1pm (Paarl)
  • Saturday, Feb 11: Australia vs New Zealand 5pm (Paarl)
  • Sunday, Feb 12: India vs Pakistan 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Sunday, Feb 12: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 5pm (Cape Town)
  • Monday, Feb 13: Ireland vs England 1pm (Paarl)
  • Monday, Feb 13: South Africa vs New Zealand 5pm (Paarl)
  • Tuesday, Feb 14: Australia v Bangladesh 5pm (Gqeberha)
  • Wednesday, Feb 15: West Indies v India 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Wednesday, Feb 15: Pakistan v Ireland 5pm (Cape Town)
  • Thursday, Feb 16: Sri Lanka v Australia 1pm (Gqeberha)
  • Friday, Feb 17: New Zealand v Bangladesh 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Friday, Feb 17: West Indies v Ireland 5pm (Cape Town)
  • Saturday, Feb 18: England v India 1pm (Gqeberha)
  • Saturday, Feb 18: South Africa v Australia 5pm (Gqeberha)
  • Sunday, Feb 19: Pakistan v West Indies 1pm (Paarl)
  • Sunday, Feb 19: New Zealand v Sri Lanka 5pm (Paarl)
  • Monday, Feb 20: Ireland v India 1pm (Gqeberha)
  • Tuesday, Feb 21: England v Pakistan 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Tuesday, Feb 21: South Africa v Bangladesh 5pm (Cape Town)
  • Thursday, Feb 23: Semi-final 1 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Friday, Feb 24: Semi-final 2 1pm (Cape Town)
  • Sunday, Feb 26: Final 1pm (Cape Town)

How can I watch?

All matches are live on Sky Sports.

What is the tournament format?

In the group games, which run until February 21, each team will take on the other four teams in their group once. The top two teams in each group at the end of the group stage play the semi-finals.

Who is in England’s squad?

Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Freya Davies, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones (wk), Heather Knight (capt), Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole (vice-capt), Mady Villiers, Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield, Danni Wyatt.

What are the latest odds?

  • Australia EVENS
  • India 3/1
  • England 4/1
  • New Zealand 6/1
  • South Africa 10/1
  • Pakistan 22/1
  • West Indies 25/1
  • Sri Lanka 66/1
  • Bangladesh 100/1
  • Ireland 100/1

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