Australia Women won ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 for record 5th Time.

ICC Women's T20 Cricket World Cup 2020
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The 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is scheduled to be the seventh ICC Women’s T20 World Cup tournament. It is scheduled to be held in Australia between 21 February and 8 March 2020. The final will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on (International Women’s Day 8 March 2020). It will be a standalone tournament, held six months ahead of the men’s tournament. Australia are the defending champions,and will play their opening match of the tournament against India.

For the first time at the Women’s T20 World Cup, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the use of technology to monitor front-foot no-balls for all matches during the tournament. The third umpire will call the front-foot no-balls, communicating this with the on-field umpires.

          ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 Table

GROUP A

TEAMMWLTPNRR
IND-W440080.979
AUS-W431060.971
NZ-W422040.364
SL-W41302-0.404
BD-W40400-1.908

GROUP B

TEAMMWLTPNRR
SA-W430072.226
ENG-W331062.291
WI-W41203-0.654
PAK-W41203-0.761
THI-W40301-3.992

The ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 was the seventh ICC Women’s T20 World Cup tournament. ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 was held in Australia between 21 February and 8 March 2020.The final took place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on International Women’s Day. Hosts Australia won the ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 for 5th time, beating India by 85 runs.

ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020

Player of the Tournament- Beth Mooney

Player of the Match (Final)- Alyssa Healy

Top Run Scorers in ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020

Beth Mooney- 259 runs (Highest Run Scorer)

Alyssa Healy- 236 Runs

Natalie Sciver- 202 Runs

Top Wicket Takers in ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020

Megan Schutt- 13 Wickets (Highest Wicket Taker)

Poonam Yadav- 10 Wickets

Jess Jonassen- 10 Wickets

ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020

MatchesDateVenueWinner
Australia vs India21-FebSydney ShowgroundIndia won by 17 Runs (Player of The Match- Poonam Yadav)
West Indies vs Thailand22-FebWACA, PerthWest Indies won by 7 Wickets (Player of The Match- Stafanie Taylor)
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka22-FebWACA, PerthNew Zealand won by 7 Wickets (Player of The Match- Hayley Jensen)
England vs South Africa23-FebWACA, PerthSouth Africa won by 6 Wickets (Player of The Match- Dane van Niekerk)
Australia vs Sri Lanka24-FebWACA, PerthAustralia won by 5 Wickets (Player of The Match- Rachael Haynes)
India vs Bangladesh24-FebWACA, PerthIndia won by 18 Runs (Player of The Match- Shafali Verma)
England vs Thailand26-FebManuka Oval, CanberraEngland won by 98 Runs (Player of The Match- Heather Knight)
West Indies vs Pakistan26-FebManuka Oval, CanberraPakistan won by 8 Wickets (Player of The Match- Javeria Khan)
India vs New Zealand27-FebJuction Oval, MelbourneIndia won by 4 Runs (Player of The Match- Shafali Verma)
Australia vs Bangladesh27-FebManuka Oval, CanberraAustralia won by 86 Runs (Player of The Match- Alyssa Healy)
South Africa vs Thailand28-FebManuka Oval, CanberraSouth Africa won by 113 Runs (Player of The Match- Lizelle Lee)
England vs Pakistan28-FebJuction Oval, MelbourneEngland won by 42 Runs (Player of The Match- Heather Knight)
New Zealand vs Bangladesh29-FebJuction Oval, MelbourneNew Zealand won by 17 Runs (Player of The Match- Hayley Jensen)
India vs Sri Lanka29-FebJuction Oval, MelbourneIndia won by 7 Wickets (Player of The Match- Radha Yadav)
South Africa vs Pakistan1-MarSydney ShowgroundSouth Africa won by 17 Runs (Player of The Match- Laura Wolvaardt)
England vs West Indies1-MarSydney ShowgroundEngland won by 46 Runs (Player of The Match- Natalie Sciver)
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh2-MarJuction Oval, MelbourneSri Lanka won by 9 Wickets (Player of The Match- Shashikala Siriwardene)
Australia vs New Zealand2-MarJuction Oval, MelbourneAustralia won by 4 Runs (Player of The Match- Georgia Wareham)
Pakistan vs Thailand3-MarSydney ShowgroundNo result
West Indies vs South Africa3-MarSydney ShowgroundMatch abandoned without a ball bowled.
1st Semifinal India vs England5-MarSydney Cricket Ground, SydneyMatch abandoned without a ball bowled.
2nd Semifinal Australia vs South Africa5-MarSydney Cricket Ground, SydneyAustralia won by 5 Runs (Player of The Match- Meg Lanning)
Final: India vs Australia8-MarMelbourne Ccricket GroundAUS Women won by 85 runs (Player of The Match- Alyssa Healy)

ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 Teams

Group A

  • New Zealand women
  • Sri Lanka women
  • Bangladesh Women
  • India women
  • Australia women

Group B

  • England women
  • South Africa women
  • Pakistan women
  • Thailand women
  • West Indies women

ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 Prize Money

The prize money for ICC women’s events will be increased by $2.6 million following the conclusion of the ICC Board meetings in Dubai.

The increase follows a rise in the revenue generated by the sport, a proportion of which is assigned to prize money.

For the event in Australia next year the winners and runners up will now receive $1 million and $500,000 respectively; five times the amount on offer in 2018.

ICC T20 (Women’s) World Cup 2020 Prize Money 
StagesPrize Money 2020
Champions$1 million
Runner-ups$0.5 million
Semi Finalist$—-
Super 10 Winning Bonus$—-
Participation Share$—-
Highest Run Scorer$—-
Man of the Series$—-

ICC Men’s T20 Prize Money:

ICC T20 (Men’s) World Cup 2020 Prize Money 
StagesPrize Money 2020
Champions$3.5 million
Runner-ups$1.5 million
Semi Finalist$750k
Super 10 Winning Bonus$50k
Participation Share$300k
Highest Run Scorer$100k
Man of the Series$100k

ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2020 Records

Administrator-International Cricket Council
Format- WT20I
First Edition- 2009 (England)
Last Edition- 2018 (West Indies)
Latest Edition- 2020 (Australia)
Next Edition- 2022 (South Africa)
Number of teams- 10
Current Champion- Australia (5th title)
Most Successful Team – Australia (5 titles)
Most Runs- New Zealand Suzie Bates (881)
Most Wickets- Australia Ellyse Perry (36)

Player of the tournament:

YearPlayerPerformance details
2009Claire Taylor (England)199 runs
2010Nicola Browne (New Zealand)9 wickets
2012Charlotte Edwards (England)172 runs
2014Anya Shrubsole (England)13 wickets
2016Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)246 runs and 8 wickets
2018Alyssa Healy (Australia)225 runs
2020Beth Mooney (Australia)259 runs

Most runs in the tournament:

YearPlayerPerformance details
2009Aimee Watkins (New Zealand)200 runs
2010Sara McGlashan (New Zealand)147 runs
2012Charlotte Edwards (England)172 runs
2014Meg Lanning (Australia)257 runs
2016Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)246 runs
2018Alyssa Healy (Australia)225 runs
2020Beth Mooney (Australia)259 runs

Most wickets in the tournament:

YearPlayerPerformance details
2009Holly Colvin (England)9 wickets
2010Diana David (India)
Nicola Browne (New Zealand)
9 wickets
2012Julie Hunter (Australia)11 wickets
2014Anya Shrubsole (England)13 wickets
2016Leigh Kasperek (New Zealand)
Sophie Devine (New Zealand)
Deandra Dottin (West Indies)
9 wickets
2018Deandra Dottin (West Indies)
Ashleigh Gardner (Australia)
Megan Schutt (Australia)
10 wickets
2020Megan Schutt (Australia)13 wickets

Player of the final:

YearPlayerPerformance details
2009Katherine Brunt (England)3 wickets
2010Ellyse Perry (Australia)3 wickets
2012Jess Cameron (Australia)45 runs
2014Sarah Coyte (Australia)3 wickets
2016Hayley Matthews (West Indies)66 runs and 1 wicket
2018Ashleigh Gardner (Australia)33 runs and 3 wickets
2020Alyssa Healy (Australia)75 runs

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