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The Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 will start on July 15 and run till July 17 in Kanto, Japan. 

Organised by the Japan Cricket Association, the inaugural Women’s Japan Premier League will feature two teams competing in a three-match T20 series.

Eastern Waves and Western Eagles are the two teams that will fight for the Women’s Japan Premier League 2023. While Eastern Waves will be led by captain Ahilya Chandel, Erika Oda has been named the captain of Western Eagles.

All three matches of the Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 will be held every day from July 15-17, and will be played at the Sano International Cricket Ground.

Japan women’s cricket team’s capped players and domestic stars will get to rub shoulders with overseas players from Australia, South Africa and Hong Kong.

Gandhi Jafta, Kary Chan and Lemon Cheung are some of the foreign cricketers set to feature in the first edition of the Women’s Japan Premier League.

Where to watch Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.

There will be no live telecast of the Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 on any TV channel in India.

Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 schedule and live India match times

All times are in India Standard Time (IST)

Day and Date

Match

Venue

Time (IST)

Saturday, July 15

Eastern Waves vs Western Eagles, 1st T20

Sano International Cricket Ground, Kanto

6:30 AM

Sunday, July 16

Eastern Waves vs Western Eagles, 2nd T20

Sano International Cricket Ground, Kanto

6:30 AM

Monday, July 17

Eastern Waves vs Western Eagles, 3rd T20

Sano International Cricket Ground, Kanto

6:30 AM

Women’s Japan Premier League 2023 squads

Eastern Waves: Ahilya Chandel (captain), Haruna Iwasaki, Akari Kano (wicket-keeper), Seika Sumi, Kary Chan, Mai Yanagida, Ruan Kanai, Kiyo Fujikawa, Meg Ogawa, Elena Kusuda Nairn, Kurumi Ota

Western Eagles: Erika Oda (captain), Lemon Cheung (wicket-keeper), Hinase Goto, Minami Yoshioka (wicket-keeper), Ayumi Fujikawa, Ayumi Doi, Gandhi Jafta, Shimako Kato, Ayaka Kanada, Palak Gundecha, Shrunali Ranade, Nonoha Yasumoto

Photo credit: Alamy

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