India Women have qualified for next year's World Cup; CSA have extended Smith's stint as Director of Cricket; de Kock will not lead South Africa in Test cricket; and the Cricket Australia staff are likely to take a pay cut of 80%.
All the talking points from a seminal tournament in the sport’s history.
It’s the finale of a magnificent tournament, and the stakes have never been higher for both these teams.
India and Australia will play Women’s World T20 final on March 8, 2020. Zimbabwe will host Ireland in April for limited-overs series. Indian women to play first World T20 final The hosts Australia Women’s will play their sixth consecutive T20 World Cup final on Sunday against a young Indian team who will be playing their […]
New Zealand won a low-scoring thriller against Bangladesh. Indians won their last group match. South Africa took 1-0 lead in the ODI series against Australia. Jaipur will host the Women's T20 Challenge with four teams.
India Women have already qualified for the semi-finals, while Sri Lanka Women need to win both their matches – and hope for more from other sides.
India sneak past New Zealand, Australia overpower Bangladesh, and David Warner is Sunrisers Hyderabad captain again.
This will be a close match, the outcome of which may well depend on whether the in-form Smriti Mandhana recovers in time.
India cruise past Bangladesh in T20WC, Rahim double ton puts Zimbabwe under the cosh, and an Oman player is suspended for seven years.
While India had started with a win against hosts and tournament favourites Australia, Bangladesh are yet to play their first match.