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2017–20 ICC Women's Championship
Administrator International Cricket Council
Cricket Format One Day International
Tournament Format Round robin
Hosts Various
Champions Flag of Australia Australia
Participants
Matches Played
Most runs Flag of Australia Australia Alyssa Healy (1,000)
Most wickets Flag of Pakistan Pakistan Sana Mir (35)
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The 2017–20 ICC Women's Championship is the second edition of the ICC Women's Championship, a Women's One Day International cricket (WODI) competition currently being contested by eight teams, to determine qualification for the 2021 Women's Cricket World Cup. The top four teams will qualify automatically for the World Cup.

In the previous tournament, the first three WODIs counted towards qualification. However, for this tournament, the International Cricket Council (ICC) requested that additional matches are played as Women's Twenty20 Internationals (WT20Is). Inline with the updated ICC rules, two balls were used for the first time in WODI matches.

The first set of fixtures were announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), with Pakistan playing New Zealand in the United Arab Emirates in October 2017. The first round of fixtures to be played were between the West Indies and Sri Lanka, which started on 11 October 2017. In the opening fixture of the championship, the West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets.

Teams

The following teams are playing in the tournament:

Results

The breakdown of results is as follows. During each round, each team will play against its opponent three times.

Round Window Home team Away team Date Result
1 October 2017 – February 2018 Flag of West Indies West Indies Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 11 October 2017 3–0
Flag of Australia Australia Flag of England England 22 October 2017 2–1
Flag of Pakistan Pakistan Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 31 October 2017 1–2
Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa Flag of India India 5 February 2018 1–2
2 March – June 2018 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Flag of West Indies West Indies 4 March 2018 3–0
Flag of India India Flag of Australia Australia 12 March 2018 0–3
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 20 March 2018 0–3
Flag of England England Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 9 June 2018
3 July – September 2018 Flag of England England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 7 July 2018
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka Flag of India India July 2018
4 October 2018 – February 2019 Flag of Australia Australia Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand February 2019
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Flag of India India February 2019

Points table

Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 6 5 1 0 0 +1.489 10
Flag of Australia Australia 6 5 1 0 0 +1.105 10
Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 6 4 2 0 0 +0.581 8
Flag of West Indies West Indies 6 3 3 0 0 −0.616 6
Flag of India India 6 2 4 0 0 +0.066 4
Flag of England England 3 1 2 0 0 −0.434 2
Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 3 1 2 0 0 −1.752 2
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 6 0 6 0 0 −1.350 0

External links


2017–20 ICC Women's Championship vte
2017 Sri Lanka in West Indies (Oct)England in Australia (Oct)New Zealand in Pakistan (Oct)
2018 India in South Africa (Feb)West Indies in New Zealand (Mar)Australia in India (Mar)Pakistan in Sri Lanka (Mar)South Africa in England (Jun)New Zealand in England (Jul)India in Sri Lanka (Jul)South Africa in West Indies (Sep)Australia in Malaysia (Oct)
2019 Sri Lanka in South Africa (Feb)West Indies in Pakistan (Feb)New Zealand in Australia (Feb)England in India (Feb)England in Sri Lanka (Mar)Pakistan in South Africa (May)West Indies in England (Jun)Australia in West Indies (Sep)Sri Lanka in Australia (Sep)India in West Indies (Nov)England in Malaysia (Dec)
2020 South Africa in New Zealand (Jan)Australia in South Africa (Mar)

Preceding tournament: 2014–16 ICC Women's Championship


International cricket in 2017–18 vte
September 17' Australia in IndiaNetherlands in ZimbabweSri Lanka vs. Pakistan in United Arab EmiratesBangladesh in South Africa
October 17' Sri Lanka women in West IndiesWest Indies in ZimbabweEngland women in AustraliaNew Zealand in IndiaHong Kong Cricket SixesNew Zealand women vs. Pakistan in United Arab Emirates
November 17' Sri Lanka in IndiaEngland in Australia (The Ashes) • Scotland vs. PNG in United Arab EmiratesSri Lanka in South Africa
December 17' West Indies in New ZealandIreland vs. Afghanistan in United Arab EmiratesZimbabwe in South Africa
January 18' India in South AfricaPakistan in New ZealandUnited Arab Emirates Tri-Nation SeriesBangladesh Tri-Nation SeriesSri Lanka in Bangladesh
February 18' India women in South AfricaZimbabwe vs. Afghanistan in United Arab EmiratesTrans-Tasman Tri-SeriesWorld Cricket League Division TwoEngland in New Zealand
March 18' Australia in South Africa (ball-tampering scandal) • Cricket World Cup QualifierWest Indies women in New ZealandNidahas TrophyAustralia women in IndiaPakistan women in Sri LankaIndia women's Tri-Nation Series
Ongoing Intercontinental CupWorld Cricket League ChampionshipWomen's Championship

Previous season: International cricket in 2017
Next season: International cricket in 2018


International cricket in 2018 vte
April 18 World Cricket League Division Four
May 18 Bangladesh women in South AfricaPakistan in IrelandPakistan in EnglandWest Indies vs ICC World XI in England
June 18 Women's Twenty20 Asia CupSri Lanka in the West IndiesNew Zealand women in IrelandSouth Africa women in EnglandEngland in ScotlandNetherlands Tri-Nation SeriesPakistan in ScotlandAustralia in EnglandAfghanistan in IndiaEngland women's Tri-Nation SeriesIndia in IrelandBangladesh women in Ireland
July 18 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation SeriesWomen's World Twenty20 QualifierIndia in EnglandNew Zealand women in EnglandSouth Africa in Sri LankaPakistan in ZimbabweBangladesh in West IndiesIndia women in Sri Lanka
August 18 Afghanistan in Ireland
September 18 Asia Cup QualifierAsia Cup
Ongoing Women's Championship

Previous season: International cricket in 2017–18
Next season: International cricket in 2018–19


International cricket in 2018–19 vte
September 18' New Zealand women in AustraliaZimbabwe in South Africa
October 18' England in Sri LankaWest Indies in IndiaWest Indies in BangladeshAustralia against Pakistan in the UAENew Zealand against Pakistan in the UAE
November 18' Women's World Twenty20South Africa in AustraliaIndia in Australia
December 18' Pakistan in South AfricaSri Lanka in New Zealand
January 19' Sri Lanka in AustraliaZimbabwe in BangladeshIndia in New Zealand
February 19' England in the West IndiesSri Lanka in South AfricaAustralia in IndiaBangladesh in New ZealandIndia women's cricket team in New Zealand
Ongoing Women's Championship

Previous season: International cricket in 2018
Next season: International cricket in 2019


International cricket in 2019 vte
May 19 England in IrelandIreland Tri-Nation SeriesPakistan in EnglandWomen's Qualifier AfricaWomen's Qualifier EAPPakistan women in South AfricaAfghanistan in ScotlandGermany in BelgiumWorld Twenty20 Africa QualifierWomen's Qualifier AmericasSri Lanka in ScotlandAfghanistan in IrelandGermany against Italy in the NetherlandsWest Indies women in IrelandCricket World Cup (Final) • Inter-Insular Cup
June 19 West Indies women in EnglandTurkey women in AustriaWorld Twenty20 Europe QualifierKwibuka Women's T20 TournamentZimbabwe in NetherlandsMalaysia Tri-Nation SeriesWomen's Qualifier Europe
July 19 Zimbabwe in IrelandAustralia women in EnglandZimbabwe women in IrelandIreland in EnglandWorld Twenty20 Asia QualifierIndia in West Indies and USA New Zealand in Sri Lanka
August 19 Australia in England (The Ashes)UAE in the NetherlandsIndia in West Indies and USANetherlands Women's Quadrangular Series New Zealand in Sri LankaScotland Tri-Nation SeriesSpain in FinlandWorld Twenty20 Americas QualifierBotswana in NamibiaAfghanistan in ZimbabweSaudari CupRomania T20 CupICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier
September 19
Ongoing Women's ChampionshipCricket World Cup League 2Cricket World Cup Challenge LeagueWorld Test Championship

Previous season: International cricket in 2018–19
Next season: International cricket in 2019–20

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