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ICC Women’s World Cup Points Table 2022: The 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup will be the twelfth edition of the Women’s Cricket World Cup and is scheduled to be held in New Zealand in March and April 2022.
As per ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 schedule, the first will be played on March 4, 2022 between New Zealand and West Indies.
The ICC announced the six venues for the 2022 Women’s World Cup. Hagley Oval will host the final. Five other venues, to be used for the league stage and semifinals, are Eden Park, Seddon Park, Bay Oval, University Oval, and Basin Reserve.
ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 Format
- On 11 March 2020, it was announced that in the Group Stage, eight sides will participate in a single-league format with each side playing the other once.
- This format was last used in the 2017 tournament.
- The top four sides following the conclusion of the league matches will progress to the semi-finals with the winners meeting in the final.
- Therefore, a total of 31 matches will be played during the 29-day tournament.
ICC Women’s World Cup Points Table 2022
ICC Women’s World Cup Points Table 2022 will be updated right after the match begins.
|South Africa Women||6||4||1||0||1||9||0.092|
|West Indies Women||7||3||3||0||1||7||-0.89|
|New Zealand Women||6||2||4||0||0||4||-0.229|
ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 Updates
- New Zealand Women batter Lauren Down has been ruled out of the upcoming Women’s ODI World Cup 2022 with a thumb fracture.
- Stafanie Taylor was named as the captain of the Women’s West Indies cricket team for the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup 2022.
- England have named 24-year-old batting all-rounder Emma Lamb in the 15-player squad for the upcoming 50-over Women’s World Cup.
- Hannah Darlington has decided to opt-out of Australia’s ICC Women’s ODI World Cup squad because of mental health and well-being reasons. The 20-year-old pacer was picked as a reserve for the tournament and will be replaced by allrounder Heather Graham.
- South Africa women’s cricket team will continue to miss the services of Dane van Niekerk who has been out of action for a while due to an ankle fracture.
- Lizelle Lee, the Women’s ODI cricketer of 2021, returns to the team having missed the home series against West Indies due to COVID-19.
- Sune Luus will captain the South African team in the upcoming 2022 Women’s World Cup, with Chloe Tryon continuing as her deputy.
- New Zealand have left out senior spinner Leigh Kasperek for the upcoming 50-over Women’s World Cup at home. Seventeen-year-old left-arm spinner Fran Jonas, who has played two international fixtures, finds a spot.
- Bangladesh have included Jahanara Alam in their ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup squad.
- After 2 years, Bismah Maroof is set to return to the Pakistan squad and will lead the side in ICC women’s World Cup 2022.
- Top-order batter Jemimah Rodrigues and fast bowler Shikha Pandey have been left out of India’s squads for the Women’s ODI World Cup 2022.