ICC Women’s Twenty20 cricket world cup will be schedule to starts from the 15th March in India and as per news ICC will broadcast the Fifth Edition of Womens T20 world cup 13 Matches. From them total 10 group Stage games, 2 semi final and Final of Womens Twenty20 world cup Live telecast on ICC TV and also on the official broadcasting tv channels on star sports network.
ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said, “The ICC is committed to promoting all formats of the game, both men’s and women’s. The quality and depth of women’s cricket continues to improve year on year, producing an exciting, skillful and attractive brand of cricket. The live broadcast coverage of 13 matches from the ICC Women’s WT20 India 2016 is part of this strategy and will provide further impetus to the growth of the women’s game. I am confident that fans will enjoy watching the stars in action.”
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Australia who is the defending champions of this womens world cup of 20-20 overs and they are champions of recent three world cup.
Clare Connor who is ICC Women’s Committee Chair said, “It is fantastic and ground-breaking news for the women’s game that 13 matches from the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 India 2016 will be broadcast live across the world. On the eve of International Women’s Day it is powerful to see ICC’s commitment towards driving equality across men’s and women’s cricket. These broadcast matches will help us grow the women’s game worldwide, inspiring the next generation to pick up a bat and ball and play cricket.”
Also see : Winners of Womens T20 World cup
Matches of 2016 Women’s T20 world cup Broadcast by Star sports TV channels
15 March, 2016 – India v Bangladesh, Bengaluru (15:30 IST) Group B
17 March, 2016 – England v Bangladesh, Bengaluru (15:30 IST) Group B
19 March, 2016 – India v Pakistan, Delhi (15:30 IST), Group B
21 March, 2016 – Australia v New Zealand, Nagpur (15:30 IST) Group A
22 March, 2016 – England v India, Dharamsala (15:30 IST), Group B
24 March, 2016 – Australia v Sri Lanka, Delhi (15:30 IST), Group A
24 March, 2016 – Pakistan v Bangladesh, Delhi (19:30 IST) Group B
26 March, 2016 – Australia v Ireland, Delhi (15:30 IST), Group A
27 March, 2016 – West Indies v India, Mohali (15:30 IST), Group B
28 March, 2016 – South Africa v Sri Lanka, Bengaluru (15:30 IST), Group A
30 March, 2016 – First semi-final, Delhi (14:30 IST)
31 March, 2016 – Second semi-final, Mumbai (14:30 IST)
3 April, 2016 – Final, Kolkata (14:30 IST)