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The Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 will start on August 22 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Hosts Malaysia, Hong Kong, Kuwait and Nepal are the four teams that will participate in the Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023.

Organised by the Malaysian Cricket Association, the Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 will be utilised as preparation by all four teams for the ICC Women's T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier 2023 tournament.

As per the schedule, a total of eight T20 matches will be played as each team will play the others once in a round-robin format.

The third and fourth-placed sides in the standings after the round-robin stage will clash in the third-place playoff.

The top two teams will face each other in the Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 final to be played on August 26.

All matches of the upcoming women’s T20I tournament will be hosted at the Bayuemas Oval in Kuala Lumpur.

Where to watch Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.

There will be no live telecast of the Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 on any TV channel in India.

Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 schedule and live India match times

All match times are in India Standard Time (IST)

Tuesday, August 22

Malaysia Women vs Kuwait Women - 7:00 AM

Nepal Women vs Hong Kong Women - 11:30 AM

Wednesday, August 23

Hong Kong Women vs Malaysia Women - 7:00 AM

Kuwait Women vs Nepal Women - 11:30 AM

Friday, August 25

Hong Kong Women vs Kuwait Women - 7:00 AM

Malaysia Women vs Nepal Women - 11:30 AM

Saturday, August 26

Third-Place Playoff - 7:00 AM

Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 final - 11:30 AM

Malaysia T20I Women’s Quadrangular Series 2023 teams and squads

Hong Kong Women: Kary Chan (captain), Natasha Miles, Shanzeen Shahzad, Dorothea Chan, Yasmin Daswani (wicket-keeper), Yee Shan To, Hiu Ying Cheung, Emma Lai, Betty Chan, Mariko Hill, Marina Lamplough, Elysa Hubbard, Alison Siu, Iqra Sahar, Maryam Bibi, Ruchitha Venkatesh

Kuwait Women: Amna Tariq (captain), Khadija Khalil, Zeefa Jilani, Iqra Ishaq (wicket-keeper), Maryyam Sheikh, Suchita Dsa (wicket-keeper), Aakriti Bose, Mariamma Hyder, Maryam Omar, Priyada Murali, Shanthi Balasubramanian, Siobhan Gomez, Glenda Menes, Maria Jasvi, Angel Dcosta, 

Malaysia Women: Winifred Duraisingam (captain), Ainna Hashim, Mas Elysa, Musfirah Nur Azmi, Aina Najwa (wicket-keeper), Wan Julia (wicket-keeper), Mahirah Ismail, Suabika Manivannan, Nur Aishah, Ainur Amelina, Amalin Jimi, Aisya Eleesa, Nik Nur Atiela, Nur Dania Syuhada, Wan Nor Zulaika, Irdina Beh

Nepal Women: Rubina Chhetri (captain), Apsari Begam, Bindu Rawal, Indu Barma, Samjana Khadka, Kajal Shrestha (wicket-keeper), Ruby Poddar (wicket-keeper), Kanchan Shrestha (wicket-keeper), Kabita Joshi, Sita Magar, Puja Mahato, Ashmina Karmacharya, Ishwori Bist, Kabita Kunwar, Khushi Dangol, Sabnam Rai, Saraswati Kumari

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