ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 Live Streaming
Watch ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 Live Streaming from 31st January 2013. You can watch ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 match between India Women v West Indies Women, England Women v Sri Lanka Women, India Women v England Women, India Women v Sri Lanka Women etc… Live Streaming at (14:30 local | 09:00 GMT), (09:00 local | 03:30 GMT).
The 10th Women’s Cricket World Cup kicks off in three weeks time as the premier female cricketers from eight nations would fight it out in India.
Australia, England, India and New Zealand had already qualified for the event, while Sri Lanka, South Africa, Pakistan and West Indies qualified through the women’s world cup qualifier in Bangladesh two years ago.
The Women’s Cricket has made great strides in the past decade. Most major boards have handed out central contracts to their female cricketers, even the relatively weakly sponsored PCB and WICB followed suit couple of years ago.
The 2013 ICC Women’s World Cup is live on ESPN from 31 Jan to 17 Feb. The 2013 ICC Women’s World Cup tournament can be watched from the below given links.
ICC WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2013 Tournament schedule
Group A – England (A1), India (A2), West Indies (A3), Sri Lanka (A4)
Group B – Australia (B1), New Zealand (B2), Pakistan (B3), South Africa (B4)
Warm-up matches (to start at 0900 India time)
28 Jan – England v SA, CCI; India v New Zealand, BKC; West Indies v Australia, MIG; New Local XI v Sri Lanka, Mumbai Police Gymkhastna. Pakistan v Local XI, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
29 Jan – India v Australia, CCI; West Indies v Local XI, Mumbai Police Gymkhana; England v New Zealand, BKC; Sri Lanka v South Africa, MIG
30 Jan – Pakistan v Local XI, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
Tournament schedule (All day matches begin at 0900 while day/night fixtures start at 1430 India time; All matches at CCI will be broadcast in HD by the ICC Broadcast Partner – Star Cricket)
31 Jan – India v West Indies (D/N), CCI
1 Feb – England v Sri Lanka, CCI; New Zealand v South Africa, Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack; Australia v Pakistan, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
3 Feb – India v England, CCI; Sri Lanka v West Indies, MIG; New Zealand v Pakistan, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack; Australia v South Africa, Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack
5 Feb – India v Sri Lanka, (D/N) CCI; England v West Indies, BKC; Pakistan v South Africa, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack; Australia v New Zealand, Driems Cricket Ground Cuttack
Super Six Stage
Provided they qualify, each of the top three teams will retain its ranking from the group stage through to the Super Sixes, regardless of their finishing position in the group. For example, England will be ranked A1 whether they finish first, second or third at the end of the group stage. If the fourth ranked team in a group qualifies for the Super Six stage, they will adopt the ranking of the team that they have replaced. For example if Sri Lanka qualifies at the expense of England, Sri Lanka would follow the fixtures for A1 in the Super Six stage.
7 Feb – A4 v B4 (7th v 8th Play Off), Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack*
8 Feb – A1 v B1, CCI; A2 v B2, BKC; A3 v B3, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
10 Feb – A2 v B1, CCI; A1 v B3, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
11 Feb – A3 v B2, CCI
13 Feb – A1 v B2 (D/N), CCI; A3 v B1, MIG; A2 v B3, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
15 Feb – 5th v 6th Play Off, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack; 3rd v 4th Play Off, CCI
17 Feb – Final (D/N), CCI