Due to the Corona epidemic, and before the start of the Women's World cup ICC has made a big change in the rules of the Women's World Cup.
According to the new rule, if more cases of corona are reported in a team and 11 players are not completed, then that team can also take the field with 9 players.
During the Under-19 World Cup, cases of the corona were reported in many teams. that's why ICC makes this rule.
Women's World Cup is going to start with this new rule
Chris Tetley ICC Head of Events said during a conversation on Thursday with the media in Christchurch
'Looking at the scenario of Corona, we need to be a little soft. We are managing this match with these kinds of circumstances in mind. We have tried to give some relaxation to the team players, whereas officially as we know they can still keep 15 players in the team.
On 4 March the ICC Women's World Cup is going to start in New Zealand. The first match will start between New Zealand and the West Indies.
In this world cup, On 6 March, the Indian team will play its first match against rivalry team Pakistan.
After this, On 10 March India will face New Zealand, On 12 March they play against West Indies, England on 16 March.
After this, Against Australia India has a match on 19 March, On 22 March they play against Bangladesh, and on 27 March. they play against South Africa.
In this tournament, 8 teams are going to participate. Team India has not won a single Women's World Cup to date.
A squad of Team India for Women's World Cup
In any match prize, money is very important and in this world, cup winning team will get double the prize money
This time the World Cup-winning team will get about Rs 10 crore.
Shefali Verma, Mithali Raj (Captain), Yastika Bhatia, Harmanpreet Kaur (Vice-Captain), Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, Jhulan Goswami, Pooja Vastrakar, Richa Ghosh (WK), Sneh Rana, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh Thakur, Rajeshwari Gaikwad , and Poonam Yadav Tania Bhatia.