There has been a lot of men’s cricket played in recent years and women’s cricket is completely being ignored according to the fans and fans have accused BCCI for not playing enough women cricket. Stay with us to know the India Women Cricket Schedule.
But according to the president of BCCI, Sourav Ganguly thinks BCCI is doing the best under the circumstances of current pandemic.
Ganguly Mentioned That India Will Be Playing Their First Test After Eight Years
“Our women are going to play Test cricket after eight years. They play a Test in Bristol and six ODIs and T20Is. Would you still accuse me of not supporting women’s cricket? West Indies will come and play in India”.
India will play England in a one-off Test in Bristol from June 16-19, followed by three ODIs and three T20Is. Meanwhile, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur and Deepti Sharma have been granted NOCs by BCCI to participate in the inaugural edition of the Women’s Hundred.
“There is a lot of women’s cricket happening. We had to cancel the women’s IPL and schedule it for September-October. Now the women’s team is leaving for England on June 2. They have a lot of cricket there. They have got England, Australia. Then South Africa comes here. Some of them are playing 100-ball cricket in England. Some are playing the Big Bash in Australia. Then they go to New Zealand for a series, and then they play the World Cup.” He said.
Men’s cricket has currently being effected and IPL is been suspended indefinitely. Sourav Ganguly has alot of under his plate recently after IPL being suspended indefinitely and BCCI has a loss approximately around 2500 crore. IPL mulls the option of relocating the venue from India to UK or UAE currently.