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The ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup Warm-Up Schedule has been released.

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The first U19 Women’s T20 World Cup warm-up schedule and locations were released by the International Cricket Council (ICC). 16 teams will compete in 41 games over four locations in Benoni and Potchefstroom between January 14 and January 29, 2023, in this historic event. On January 9 and 11, 2023, the participating teams will compete in two official warm-up games at each of the four sites listed above in the Gauteng province: St. Stithians College, Steyn City School, Tuks Oval, and Hammanskraal Oval.

The matches were originally scheduled to take place in Braamfischerville, but that location was changed because of damp outfields brought on by the province’s ongoing bad weather over the past few weeks.

Complete schedule and fixtures

India’s exhibition match against Australia will take place on January 9 at Steyn City School. At St. Stithians College, Scotland will play the United States of America the same day.

Pakistan, India’s main opponent, will play on January 9 at Tuks Oval, and Indonesia will play Zimbabwe at Hammanskraal Oval.

The hosts South Africa will face Bangladesh at Steyn City School in the afternoon of January 9; the United Arab Emirates will play Sri Lanka at St. Stithians College; New Zealand will play Rwanda at the Tuks Oval; and West Indies will play England at the Hammanskraal Oval.

On January 11, the second warm-up match between India and Bangladesh will take place at St. Stithians College. At Steyn City School, the United States of America will play the United Arab Emirates in the second game.

The third game of the day will take place at Tuks Oval between England and Indonesia. The fourth practice match of the day will take place at the Hammanskraal Oval between Rwanda and Ireland.

Hosts In the fifth game of the day, South Africa will face Australia at St. Stithians College. In the sixth game, Scotland will present a challenge for Sri Lanka at Steyn City School.

The seventh game of the day will take place at the Tuks Oval between Zimbabwe and the West Indies, while the final exhibition game will feature Pakistan vs. New Zealand at the Hammanskraal Oval.

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