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The ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 will commence on January 14, 2023, with Australia taking on Bangladesh in the opening encounter. The inaugural edition of the tournament will be held in South Africa. The two-week-long tournament concludes on January 29.

It was initially scheduled to take place in 2021 but was postponed twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Sixteen teams will participate in the upcoming edition. Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, USA, England, Pakistan, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Ireland, New Zealand, West Indies, India, Scotland, South Africa and UAE will battle it out for the title.

The tournament will consist of 41 matches, including the league stage, Super Six, semi-finals and the final. 

The teams are divided into four groups of four, playing each other once in the league stage. The top three from each group make it to the Super Six stage, divided into two groups - Group 1 and Group 2.

In the Super Six, the qualified teams from Group A will play against two qualified teams from Group D, while the qualified teams from Group B will take on two Group C qualified sides. The top two from each Super Six group will advance to the semi-finals and then compete in the final, scheduled for January 29 at the JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom.    

ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 league stage groups

Group A: Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and USA.

Group B: England, Pakistan, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

Group C: Indonesia, Ireland, New Zealand and West Indies.

Group D: India, Scotland, South Africa and UAE.

Where to watch the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website.

The live telecast of the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 will be on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD TV channels in India.

ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup 2023 schedule, fixtures and match times

All timings are in Indian Standard Time (IST).

Date

Match

Time

January 14

Australia vs Bangladesh

1:30 PM

January 14

UAE vs Scotland

1:30 PM

January 14

Sri Lanka vs USA

5:15 PM

January 14

South Africa vs India

5:15 PM

January 15

West Indies vs Ireland

1:30 PM

January 15

Pakistan vs Rwanda

1:30 PM

January 15

England vs Zimbabwe

5:15 PM

January 15

New Zealand vs Indonesia

5:15 PM

January 16

India vs UAE

1:30 PM

January 16

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh

1:30 PM

January 16

Australia vs USA

5:15 PM

January 16

South Africa vs Scotland

5:15 PM

January 17

New Zealand vs Ireland

1:30 PM

January 17

Zimbabwe vs Rwanda

1:30 PM

January 17

West Indies vs Indonesia

5:15 PM

January 17

England vs Pakistan

5:15 PM

January 18

Bangladesh vs USA

1:30 PM

January 18

Australia vs Sri Lanka

1:30 PM

January 18

South Africa vs UAE

5:15 PM

January 18

India vs Scotland

5:15 PM

January 19

Ireland vs Indonesia

1:30 PM

January 19

England vs Rwanda

1:30 PM

January 19

Zimbabwe vs Pakistan

5:15 PM

January 19

New Zealand vs West Indies

5:15 PM

January 20

4th place playoff - A4 vs D4

1:30 PM

January 20

4th place playoff - B4 vs C4

5:15 PM

January 21

Super Six - C3 vs B1

1:30 PM

January 21

Super Six - A1 vs D2

5:15 PM

January 22

Super Six - D1 vs A3

5:15 PM

January 23

Super Six - B2 vs C3

5:15 PM

January 24

Super Six - D2 vs A3

5:15 PM

January 25

Super Six - D3 vs A1

5:15 PM

January 25

Super Six - B1 vs C2

5:15 PM

January 27

Semi-final 1 - Group 1 winner vs Group 2 runner-up

1:30 PM

January 27

Semi-final 2 - Group 2 winner vs Group 1 runner-up

5:15 PM

January 29

Final - SF1 winner vs SF2 winner

5:15 PM

 

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