The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 starts on March 4. Team India will play their first match against Pakistan on March 6.
Many terms have changed due to the corona virus. Players are kept in bio-bubbles, with rules designed to sanitize when the ball goes outside the boundary line. If one player has a corona, Kovid tests each player. Players with features are placed in the quarantine. However, the game continues. Currently the ICC has announced another crucial decision for the Women’s World Cup 2022. According to ICC rules, if a team has a corona spread, it can enter the field with at least 9 players. (PC-WHITEFERNS)
The same rule applies to the Ranji Trophy .. Inspired by the BCCI which drafted the same rule for the Ranji Trophy .. It seems that the ICC has framed these rules. During the recent Under-19 World Cup, corona cases were reported in several teams, including Team India. After Corona’s spread in the team, India also struggled to land the playing XI. Auxiliary personnel had to enter the field. In view of this situation, the ICC has ruled that the game should be played with 9 players instead of the current 11. (PC-WHITEFERNS)
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 begins in New Zealand on March 4. The first match between New Zealand and the West Indies will be played at the Bay Oval. The Indian team will begin its campaign with Pakistan on March 6. (PC-WHITEFERNS)
India will play New Zealand on March 10, West Indies on March 12 and England on March 16. They will face Australia on March 19, Bangladesh on March 22 and South Africa on March 27. (PC-WHITEFERNS)