Women T20 League 2023
Encouraged by the success and impact of the Indian T20 League and the rising popularity of women;s cricket, BCCI announced plans to start Women's T20 League in Feb 2023. It replaces the Women's T20 challenge which was played from 2018 to 2022.
The first edition of the league will take place in 2023. The inaugural tournament will have 5 teams - Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Gujarat and UP and will be played during the month of March.
Get ready to see the new era of women's cricket with the Women T20 League starting on March 4. Play all the matches of the Indian Women's T20 League on Howzat fantasy app and win exciting prizes daily.
Women T20 League 2023 Auction
The Women T20 League 2023 auction took place on 13th February 2023 in Mumbai. A total of 87 players were sold out during the auction out of which 30 were overseas players (14 Australia, 7 England, 4 South Africa, 2 New Zealand, 2 West Indies, and 1 USA).
Women T20 League Format
The five teams - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Gujarat and UP will play each other twice in a round-robin format. At the end of the group stage, the team ranked 1st will go directly into the final. Teams ranked 2nd and 3rd will play the Eliminator to qualify for the final.
All the matches of the 2023 Women's t20 league will be played entirely in the city of Mumbai at two stadiums - DY Patil Stadium and Brabourne Stadium.
Indian Women's T20 League 2023 Match Schedule and Fixtures
All the 20 group matches will be played from 4 to 21 March, followed by the 2 play-offs matches. There will be 4 double headers throughout the tournament, with the day games starting at 3:30 PM IST and evening matches starting at 7:30 PM IST.
|1||Gujarat vs Mumbai||Sat, 4th March||7:30 PM||DY Patil|
|2||Bangalore vs Delhi||Sun, 5th March||3:30 PM||Brabourne|
|3||UP vs Gujarat||Sun, 5th March||7.30 PM||DY Patil|
|4||Mumbai vs Bangalore||Mon, 6th March||7:30 PM||Brabourne|
|5||Delhi vs UP||Tue, 7th March||7:30 PM||DY Patil|
|6||Gujarat vs Bangalore||Wed, 8th March||7:30 PM||Brabourne|
|7||Delhi vs Mumbai||Thu, 9th March||7:30 PM||DY Patil|
|8||Bangalore vs UP||Fri, 10th March||7.30 PM||Brabourne|
|9||Gujarat vs Delhi||Sat, 11th March||7:30 PM||DY Patil|
|10||UP vs Mumbai||Sun, 12th March||7:30 PM||Brabourne|
How to Play the Women’s T20 Fantasy League on Howzat
Select a virtual team of real players from the two teams that will play and join a contest. Your team scores fantasy points based on your chosen players performance in the match and competes with others.
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Indian Women's T20 Fantasy League Points System
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Indian Women’s T20 Fantasy League Winning Tips
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Teams Participating in the Indian Women’s T20 League 2023
The very first season of the Women's T20 League will have 5 teams. Three of the teams are bought by the owners of Team Delhi, Team Mumbai and Team Bangalore of the Indian T20 League.
FAQs: Indian T20 League
The Women T20 League 2023 will begin on 4th of March, and the final is scheduled for 26th of March. The complete schedule for the upcoming edition was announced on 14 Feb. 2023.
You can watch the live telecast of all the Indian T20 League 2023 matches on Sports 18 channel on TV and on JioCinema on your laptop/mobile phones.
5 teams will take part in the 2023 Women Indian T20 League. Delhi, Bangalore, UP, Gujarat and Mumbai are the teams.
There will be 22 matches played - 20 group stage matches and 2 playoffs matches.
You can select from 4 categories of players - wicket keepers, batters, all-rounders and bowlers - as follows:
You can have any number of combinations from the table above, within the minimum and maximum criteria. The total number of players must be 11 and credits used should be 100 or less.