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The ICC has released the womens cricket schedule for the years 2022 to 2025. It started in the month of May this year and will end with the Womens World Cup to be held in India in 2025. During this, a total of 301 international matches will be played in three years. This includes 7 Tests, 159 T20s, and 135 ODIs. It will also be a part of the Womens Championship match to make it to the Womens World Cup to be held in India.
Team India will play 65 matches in 3 years, More than 300 womens international matches will be played in the next event. These matches include 7 Tests, 135 ODIs and 159 T20 matches. In the year 2025, India will host the ODI World Cup. Before this, the teams have to play a 3-match bilateral series under the ICC Womens Championship.
Along with this, the teams also have to play T20 World Cup and ODI World Cup. At the same time, Team India will play 2 Test matches, 24 ODIs and 36 T20 International matches from 2022 to 2025. The team has to play both the Test matches in India, one against Australia and one against England.
upcoming matches of womens team, The Australian womens team will tour India once again during the summer of 2023–24. During this, one Test, three ODIs and three T20 matches will be played. At the same time, the Indian womens team will go to Australia in the winter of 2025 and play three ODIs and three T20 Internationals.
Of the seven Tests to be played in womens cricket between 2022 and 2025, England will play the most Tests five. After that Australia (4), South Africa (3) and India (2) will play Test matches.
ICC General Manager of Cricket Wasim Khan said in a statement, "This is a very important time for the womens game. This schedule not only gives certainty for future cricket tours but also lays the groundwork for a structure that is to be developed in the coming
According to the ICC, teams in the 2022-25 Womens Championship will usually play a three-match bilateral ODI series before the 2025 World Cup. Many of these series will be accompanied by T20 Internationals, with some teams giving their consent for a five-match T20 series. "All bilateral T20 matches are counted in the respective team rankings, based on which teams qualify for the ICC tournament," the ICC said in its statement.
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