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new Delhi. ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 (ICC Women’s World Cup 2022) It will start in New Zealand from Friday. first match host New Zealand and West Indies will be played between Teams from West Indies, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, South Africa, Australia and England will participate in this tournament including hosts. Like the 2019 World Cup, this time too the tournament is being organized on the basis of round robin league, in which all the teams will face each other once. The top four teams will qualify for the semi-finals.

The last match of the league between India and South Africa will be played on 28 March in Christchurch. Both the semi-finals will be played on 30 and 31 March respectively. The final match will be played on March 3 in Christchury. Indian women’s cricket team will start their campaign against Pakistan. This match will be held on 6 March according to Indian time. 6:30 am will be played from Indian Cricket Fans Enjoying T20 World Cup Matches star sports network can pick up. Live streaming of these matches Disney Hot Star can see on.

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Matches will be played at these 6 places
The matches of the Women’s Cricket World Cup will be played at 6 venues. These venues are Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Mount Monmanugai and Wellington. The semi-final matches of the World Cup will be played in Wellington and Christchurch. Wellington will also host the final match.

Winning team will get Rs 10 crore
The team that wins the final of the World Cup will get around Rs 10 crore. This prize money is double the World Cup played in England in the year 2017. The prize money of the World Cup has been increased by 75 percent. The runner-up will get Rs 4.50 crore. 2.25-2.25 crores will be given to both the losing teams in the semi-finals while the other four teams will be given Rs 18.76 lakhs each.

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