Women’s Asia Cup 2022 Points Table: Women’s Asia Cup 2022 is scheduled to play between October 1 to 16 in Bangladesh. Bangladesh are the defending champions, having defeated India by three wickets in the final of the 2018 tournament to win the title for the first time. The tournament will be played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.
Women’s Asia Cup 2022 Points Table
Women’s Asia Cup 2022 Points Table With NRR: The first women’s Asia cup was held in 2004 on Colombo and Kandy in Sri Lanka. The 2020 edition was postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic before being canceled.
The ICC has ruled that all the matches played in the women’s Asia cup have ODI or T20I status. Notably, the 2012 event was the first event to be played in T20 format. READ: Women’s Asia Cup 2022 Schedule With Venues and GMT, IST Timing
The participating seven teams will play a total of 24 matches in a round-robin format tournament. Women’s Asia Cup 2022 Points Table follows below:
|Sri Lanka Women||6||4||2||0||0||8||+0.602|
|United Arab Emirates Women||6||1||4||0||1||3||-2.181|
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Jay Shah stated that the tournament is the first one in which seven teams will be participating. He also mentioned the all-female tournament in which the umpires and match referees will also be female officials.
“For the first time in the history, 7 women’s teams will be participating in a complete round robin format which we anticipate will be a great boost to the ACC associate teams. We are also very pleased to note that the tournament will be conducted in line with ACC’s vision for women’s cricket,” stated ACC President Jay Shah.
“The ACC, with this vision in mind, is constantly striving toward being more inclusive. The 2022 edition of the Women’s Asia Cup will therefore see more embedded female participation.
For the first time ever, an ACC tournament will see an all-female presence on the playing field, with the women’s tournament being slated to have only female umpires and female match referees. As an organization, we hope to continue to take steps to strengthen the sport by highlighting female talent in every avenue,” he added.