Women’s Asia Cup Schedule Announced: India and Pakistan women’s team will meet on 7 October; Tournament will start in Bangladesh from October 1


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The schedule for the Women’s T20 Asia Cup to be held in Bangladesh from October 1 has been released. This was announced by Asia Cricket Council President Jay Shah on Tuesday. The tournament will start from October 1 and will last for 15 days. India will start their campaign against Sri Lanka from October 1, while Pakistan will face Pakistan on October 7.

7 teams will participate
In the Vimesh Asia Cup, 7 teams will participate in the cup. These include India, Pakistan, host Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Thailand and Malaysia. Afghanistan has had no women’s team since the Taliban came to power. India will start their campaign against Sri Lanka

Bangladesh are the defending champions of the last time.

Bangladesh are the defending champions of the last time.

will be played on round robin basis
The tournament will be played on a round robin basis. All the teams will have to face each other. The top four teams will advance to the semi-finals. first
The tournament will be played on a round robin basis with the top four teams qualifying for the semi-finals. The semi-finals of the tournament will be played on October 11 and 13. While the final will be played on October 15.

Schedule of Indian women’s team in Asia Cup
The Indian team will start their campaign against Sri Lanka on October 1. The team will then take on Malaysia (October 3) and UAE (October 4) on two consecutive days. Team India will take on hosts Bangladesh on October 8 and Thailand on October 10. Harmanpreet’s team India will play six league games within 10 days.

Sri Lanka won Asia among men
Among men, Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan to win the title for the sixth time. This time the Asia Cup was held in the UAE. Although the tournament was hosted by Sri Lanka, it was shifted to UAE due to political turmoil in the country.

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