- Published on 09 March 2017
- Written by slbc news
Former champions India will face hosts England at Derby, while New Zealand meets qualifier Sri Lanka in Bristol on the opening day of the ICC Women’s World Cup. In a release, International Cricket Council said that the tournament gets underway on June 24. It will see 28 matches being held over 21 days. A round-robin between the world’s eight best teams will conclude with the semifinals at Bristol and Derby before the final at Lord’s on July 23rd.