England, Australia women to play multi-format series in Mumbai

On Wednesday, October 25, Amol Muzumdar was appointed head coach of the Indian team. His first international assignment will start in his birthplace. In actuality, he will play five games in all, two Test matches each, against Australia and England.

Over the next three months, the Indian women’s team has eleven international matches (two of which are Test matches) scheduled. These games will all be played at the DY Patil and Wankhede Stadiums in Mumbai.

According to information obtained by Cricbuzz, the women’s teams from Australia and England will tour India in succession, participating in four and seven matches in a multi-format series, respectively.

The English women’s team will play three Twenty20 Internationals before a Test, while the Australian women’s team will play a Test, three ODIs, and three Twenty20 Internationals in that order.

These games will take place across approximately two months, from the last week of November to the second week of January. Previous to these international matches, the women’s teams of India A and England A will play a ‘A’ series in Mumbai.

The DY Patil Stadium will host the three Twenty20 Internationals between India and England on December 6, 9, and 10. On December 17 and 18, Wankhede Stadium will host a test match.

The Australian team is anticipated to stay in Mumbai for a month starting in mid-December. On December 21, they will play the tournament’s opening Test match. The T20Is are set for January 5, 7, and 9 after the Test, while three ODIs are scheduled for December 28, 30, and January 2. Every Australia game will be held at The Wankhede.

Several sources verified to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that Mumbai would host all matches. Cricket Australia (CA) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have sent teams to the city to evaluate the facilities, especially the security and logistical units. The tour and its location had been verified by CA officials, but the ECB could not be verified.


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