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ICC Women T20WC, The excitement is palpable as the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024 approaches, with the Global Qualifier set to be a pivotal event in determining the final lineup for this prestigious tournament. With only two spots up for grabs, 10 formidable teams from around the world are gearing up to showcase their talent and compete for a chance to participate in the main event.

ICC Women T20WC Global Qualifier

Six teams from the 2023 T20 World Cup – Australia, South Africa, England, India, New Zealand, and the West Indies – have already qualified. Bangladesh qualified as the hosts, and Pakistan earned a spot based on their ICC Women’s T20I Team Rankings. Now, the Global Qualifier will determine the remaining teams for the upcoming tournament.

The Global Qualifier boasts a diverse lineup of talented teams, including Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uganda, UAE, USA, Vanuatu, and Zimbabwe. These teams will face off in a series of high-stakes matches, each vying for the opportunity to join the ranks of the already-qualified teams in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024 in Bangladesh.

The Global Qualifier, scheduled to take place in Abu Dhabi from next month, promises to be a thrilling display of skill, determination, and sportsmanship. As the teams gear up for the upcoming matches, cricket fans can look forward to intense competition, tactical maneuvers, and standout displays from experienced athletes as well as emerging talents.

Meet the Teams

Some teams have not yet announced their official squads, while others have revealed their lineups. The Netherlands Women’s squad, captained by Heather Siegers, includes a talented roster of players like Babette de Leede and Hannah Landheer. Anticipation surrounds the impending squad announcements from teams such as Ireland, Sri Lanka, Vanuatu, Scotland, Uganda, UAE, USA, Zimbabwe, and Thailand, adding an element of intrigue to the upcoming tournament.

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