South Africa to host India and West Indies in build-up to 2023 women’s T20 World Cup

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South Africa to host India and West Indies in build-up to 2023 women’s T20 World Cup

South Africa is set to host a series between India and the West Indies ahead of the Women's T20 World Cup in 2023.The series will be part of South A

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South Africa is set to host a series between India and the West Indies ahead of the Women’s T20 World Cup in 2023.

The series will be part of South Africa’s preparations for the Women’s T20 World Cup, scheduled to take place in the country in November and December 2023.

The Women’s T20 World Cup will be the first major women’s cricketing event to take place in the country, and it is expected to attract large numbers of spectators.

The Indian and West Indian teams will play three T20 internationals against each other, which will be the first step in their preparations for the World Cup.

The series is set to take place between June 1 and June 19, and will begin with a double-header in East London on June 1.

The series will then move to Benoni for the second game on June 9, before wrapping up in Cape Town on June 19.

The Indian team is expected to be led by Harmanpreet Kaur, while the West Indies will be headed by Stafanie Taylor. Both teams are expected to have full-strength squads for the series.

Both teams will be looking to boost their confidence and form ahead of the Women’s T20 World Cup.

Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani said: “We are delighted to host this series and it will be a great opportunity to showcase the skill and talent of the two teams.

“It will also be a great chance for us to show the world what we can offer in terms of hosting major cricketing events.”

The Women’s T20 World Cup will be the first time that South Africa has hosted a major women’s cricket tournament.

It is expected to be a highly competitive tournament and will be a great opportunity for South African cricket fans to witness some top-class action.

The series between India and the West Indies will provide a valuable opportunity for both teams to gain valuable experience and it will also act as an ideal warm-up for the Women’s T20 World Cup.

South Africa Selected to Host India and West Indies in Women’s T20 World Cup Build-up

The Women’s T20 World Cup has grown significantly over the past few years and South Africa will have the chance to shine on the global stage, hosting India and the West Indies in a build-up to the 2023 tournament.

Important Details

  • When: April 2021
  • Where: Centurion, South Africa
  • Competitors: India and West Indies

Background

The past few years have seen a dramatic growth in women’s cricket, with South Africa’s national team, affectionately known as the Proteas, rising to the very top. The nation has been selected to host India and West Indies in April 2021 in its own backyard. It is a testament to the growing professionalization of the sport and highlights the importance of the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup, which is set to be held in South Africa.

This is an Important Step for South Africa

The Women’s T20 World Cup build-up with India and West Indies presents an opportunity for South Africa to showcase its hosting capabilities ahead of the 2023 tournament. It’s an important step forward in ensuring that the successful bidding process and tournament organization of the Women’s T20 World Cup, across all of South Africa, is as smooth and successful as possible.

An Opportunity to Build on the Momentum of Women’s Cricket in South Africa

The chance to host India and West Indies is a major boost to the Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa and an opportunity to build on the positive and growing momentum of women’s cricket in the country. The format and approach of the April 2021 build-up of the tournament will be announced shortly, with South African cricketers, coaches, trainers and administrators all eager to see the event unfold.

This is an exciting chance for South Africa to show off its cricketing prowess and host two of the world’s best teams in anticipation of the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup.

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