Australia Will Host New Zealand Women’s In September

Australia will host New Zealand for three women’s ODIs and three T20Is starting September 27. India will travel down under for ODIs in January.

Australia Will Host New Zealand Women’s

Cricket Australia announced the summer schedule on Thursday, May 28th, marking the first steps towards resuming sport in the country since the COVID 19 pandemic.

CA CEO CA Roberts admitted that a renewed increase in certain cases could force these schedules to change again, but assured stakeholders that they would “act in accordance with public health recommendations and government protocols to address those issues.” To ensure the safety of the public, the players and the support staff. ” “.

Australia Will Host New Zealand
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 08: Jess Jonassen of Australia celebrates dismissing Radha Yadav of India with Beth Mooney of Australia after she caught her during the ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup Final match between India and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 08, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

“While recognizing the difficulties in dealing with a global pandemic, we are still encouraged by the progress Australia is making in combating the coronavirus and the positive impact that will have on our ability to have an exciting cricket summer in 2020-21 to align, “he said.

On schedule, Australia, which won the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup at home in early March, will compete against New Zealand in three T20Is in North Sydney Oval from September 27, before the teams travel to Townsville, Cairns and Gold Coast for the ODIs.

India, finalist at the World Cup, will visit Australia in January to receive ODIs in Canberra, St. Kilda, and Hobart. The ODIs should serve as preparation for the teams during an important women’s World Cup year over 50.

Fixtures Schedule 2020

Australia v New Zealand
27 September: 1st T20I, North Sydney Oval
29 September: 2nd T20I, North Sydney Oval
1 October: 3rd T20I, North Sydney Oval

5 October: 1st ODI, Riverway Stadium, Townsville
7 October: 2nd ODI, Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns
10 October: 3rd ODI, Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast

Australia v India
22 January: 1st ODI, Manuka Oval, Canberra
25 January: 2nd ODI, Junction Oval, St Kilda
28 January: Blundstone Arena, Hobart

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