Women’s T20 Asia Cup 2022 routine revealed, India to encounter Pakistan on October 7
Harmanpreet Kaur’s Indian Women’s cricket group is ready to fight it out with 6 various other groups as they battle it out for the Women’s T20 Asia Cup prize. The routine of the event was revealed on Tuesday, with Asian Cricket Council (ACC) president Jay Shah offering understandings on the event which can reword background.
The Indian females’s group start their war Sri Lanka on October 1 in the event opener, and also they will certainly secure horn with arch-rivals Pakistan on October 7.
The 8th version of the Women Asia Cup 2022 will certainly include 7 interplay for the desired mug with the last arranged to be used October 15.
The event will certainly include India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, UAE and alsoBangladesh
Bangladesh is readied to organize the event and also the suits will certainly be dipped into theSylhet International Cricket Stadium
India will certainly start their war Sri Lanka and also will certainly play its opening suit on October 1 at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium ground 2, with the suit beginning at 1:30 pm. India will certainly play an overall of 6 suits in a round-robin layout prior to the semi-finals are chosen and also will certainly wish to make it to the finals of the event.
They following play Malaysia (October 3) and also UAE (October 4) on succeeding days prior to handling Pakistan.
The Indian eves take on versus hosts Bangladesh on October 8 and also the round-robin video game versus minnows Thailand gets on October 10.
Jay Shah specified that the event is the initial one in which 7 groups will certainly be taking part. He additionally discussed the all-female event in which the umpires and also suit umpires will certainly additionally be women authorities.
“For the first time in the history, 7 women’s teams will be participating in a complete round robin format which we anticipate will be a great boost to the ACC associate teams. We are also very pleased to note that the tournament will be conducted in line with ACC’s vision for women’s cricket,” specified ACC President Jay Shah.
“The ACC, with this vision in mind, is constantly striving toward being more inclusive. The 2022 edition of the Women’s Asia Cup will therefore see more embedded female participation. For the first time ever, an ACC tournament will see an all-female presence on the playing field, with the women’s tournament being slated to have only female umpires and female match referees. As an organization, we hope to continue to take steps to strengthen the sport by highlighting female talent in every avenue,” he included.
With inputs from ANI