After the COVID pandemic had halted all the sports, the five-match women’s T20I series is the first match to be played after the travel restrictions have been relaxed in the European regions after the global lockdown.
The German women squad who has toured Oman in the month of February 2020 for a four-day match series will be playing against the Austria squad who has not played any matches in 2020.
The Austrian squad has made its debut in 2019 when they had visited France to take part in the four national quadrangular tournaments in July and August of 2019.
The Austria Cricket Association will be hosting the Maiden women’s international T20I series after the coronavirus pandemic. The series will run for four days starting from n 12th of August till 15th August.
Each day will have one match except for one day, the 13th of August which will have a doubleheader.
The Austria Cricket Association will be hosting the match at the See bam Cricket Ground at Lower Austria which is owned by the Vienna Cricket club and this has been the most popular venue for the Austria Cricket Association to conduct 20 over and 40 over matches.
This is the first time a T20I match is being conducted in this venue.
The ICC has laid down strict protocols to be followed by the host to conduct the series keeping in view the dangers of spiking the transmission of COVID 19 and hence safety protocols are strictly followed by the host in the ground during the matches as per the advice of ICC.
Germany against has announced the women squad who would participate in the series against Austria.
Anuradha Doddaballapur, Emma Bargnani, Milenaberesford, Anne Bierwisch, Christina Gough, Asmita Kohli, Suzanne Mc Ananama – Brereton, Antonia Meyonberg, ClairePfalzner-Gibbon, Kainet Qureshi, Janet Ronalds, Sharanya Sarangani, Lena Skatulla, Verene Stolle and Karthik Vijayraghavan make up Germany’s women squad.
All the matches of the series will be streamed live in the European Cricket network which sure will be filled with excitement and thrilling events. www.europeancricketnetwork.com