ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Semi-Finals Schedule

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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Semi-Finals Schedule
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Semi-Finals Schedule

From both the teams, the top two teams have qualified for the knockouts:

On the continuing ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia, two disappointments in one day would have been the last thing which the cricket fans would have wanted just before the end of the league stage.

The second last game of the league stage showed an outstanding performance from beginners Thailand, who scored 150 runs with the loss of 3 wickets in their allocated 20 overs quota against Pakistan.

Constant rain in Sydney post Thailand’s outstanding innings made things tougher for both the reply of Pakistan and the last league match between West Indies and South Africa.

India is the only team, who win all the four league matches and concluded the league stage as the Group A toppers. The hosts Australia lost the tournament opener match against India and qualified as the second team from Group A.

From Group B, South Africa and England won three matches and get qualified for the semi-finals. By winning only one match, West Indies ended at the third position in Group B, who were the runners-up in the previous tournament.

Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 semi-final schedule

1st Semi-final, India vs England

In the first semi-final, the top-ranked team of Group A was scheduled to play against the second-ranked team of Group B. That’s why, in the first knockout match of Women’s T20 World Cup, India will play against England.

In the Tri-Nation series which went before the World Cup, both India and England had won the one-one match in the two matches that both the teams contest against one another.

2nd Semi-final, Australia vs South Africa

The second-ranked team of Group A was scheduled to play against the top-ranked team of Group B. So, Australia will play against South Africa in the second knockout match on 5th March.

In the 2016 T20 World Cup match held in India, Australia defeated South Africa by 6 wickets.

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