ICC Issued Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 Schedule, Fixtures, Timetable. Check Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 Schedule, Fixtures, Timetable, Date, Venues details and A round-robin among the world’s eight finest teams will conclude through the semi-finals at Bristol and Derby earlier the final at Lord’s on 23rd July. It was nothing associated to what the women were going through not only were they fighting to reach their initial ever semi-final but they were battling for the future of their sport.

Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 Schedule, Fixtures, Timetable

Schedule Match Timing Fixtures Time Table Venue
Schedule Match Timing Fixtures Time Table Venue

Asian champions and former World Cup qualifiers India leads Group A which also includes Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe and Thailand, though South Africa heads Group B which encompasses Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland and Papua New Guinea (PNG). The Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 is an international women’s cricket competition taking place in England [nb 1] from 24 June to 23 July 2017.

Knockout stage

July 18 Semi-final 1 (Bristol)

July 20 Semi-final 2 (Derby)

July 23 Final (Lord’s)

Host England faces India on the opening day a team it beaten in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 in a highly predicted fixture in Derby though powerhouse New Zealand faces qualifier Sri Lanka in Bristol on the similar day and now below you can check the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 Schedule, Fixtures, Timetable.

Groups:
Group A – India, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe and Thailand
Group B – South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland and Papua New Guinea

Warm-up matches:
Sunday, 5 February – India v South Africa, P.Sara Stadium; Sri Lanka v Pakistan, Mercantile Cricket Association (MCA); Ireland v Bangladesh, Nondescripts Cricket Club (NCC); Zimbabwe v Scotland, Colombo Cricket Club (CCC); Thailand v PNG, Moors Sports Club.

Tournament fixtures (first round)
Tuesday, 7 February – Sri Lanka v India, P.Sara Stadium; Ireland v Zimbabwe, MCA; South Africa v Pakistan, NCC; Bangladesh v PNG, CCC
Wednesday, 8 February – Pakistan v Bangladesh, P.Sara Stadium; Scotland v South Africa, MCA; Sri Lanka v Ireland, NCC; India v Thailand, CCC
Friday, 10 February – India v Ireland, P.Sara Stadium; Thailand v Zimbabwe, MCA; PNG v Pakistan, NCC; Bangladesh v Scotland, CCC.
Saturday, 11 February – South Africa v Bangladesh, P.Sara Stadium; Scotland v PNG, MCA; Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, NCC; Ireland v Thailand, CCC
Monday, 13 February – Zimbabwe v India, P.Sara Stadium; Sri Lanka v Thailand, MCA; South Africa v PNG, NCC; Pakistan v Scotland, CCC

Super Six stage (teams to be confirmed after 13 February matches)
Wednesday, 15 February – Match 21, P.Sara Stadium; Match 22, NCC; Match 23, CCC
Friday, 17 February – Match 24, P.Sara Stadium; Match 25, NCC; Match 26, CCC
Sunday, 19 February – Match 27, P.Sara Stadium; Match 28, NCC; Match 29, CCC
Tuesday, 21 February – FINAL