India vs England:- Mumbai, Guwahati to host England Women

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India vs England:- Mumbai, Guwahati to host England Women

18 Jan 2019 067 Views Yash Mittal

Mumbai's iconic Wankhede Stadium and Baraspara Ground in Guwahati will play host to the 50-over World Champions, English Women, the BCCI announced on Thursday.

This will be England Women's second tour of India in under a year. The tour will consist of three ODIs which will be succeeded by a 3-match T20I series.

England will first arrive in India and play a solitary warm-up against Boards President XI on February 18th before the ODI series begins four days later at the Wankhede stadium which will also host the succeeding 2nd and 3rd ODI to be held on February 25 and 28.

After the ODI series, the caravan of the tour will move to Guwahati for the T20I series, which is set to set to start from March 04. The tour will culminate with two more T20s at the same venue on March 7 and March 9 respectively. While the ODIS are scheduled for a 09:00 AM start, the T20s will commence from 10:00 AM IST.

The 50-over champions and runner-up of the 2018 Women's World T20, England will look to avenge their 1-2 defeat against the hosts last year; a tour that also saw them go down to Australia in the final of the T20I tri-series.

Yash Mittal

Bharat Army Cricket Writer

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