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*     Odisha off-spinner Rasanara Parbin has secured a berth in the Indian team.

TEAM INDIA: Mithali Raj (Captain), Harmanpreet Kaur, Jhulan Goswami, Amita Sharma, Gouhar Sultana, M Thirushkamini, Sulakshana Naik, Ekta Bist, Mona Meshram, Rasanara Parbin, Niranjana Nagarajan, Punam Raut, Reema Malhotra, Karuna Jain, Shubhalaxmi Sharma.


HISTORY OF WOMEN’S WORLD CUP:
The Women`s World Cup has been running for longer than the men`s version and was first staged in England in 1973, when it was won by the hosts, which beat Australia by 118 runs in the final at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

Since then there have been a further eight tournaments with Australia winning five of them (1978, 1982, 1988, 1997 and 2005), England winning twice (1993 and 2009) and New Zealand (2000) triumphing once.

The tournament has been staged twice each in England (1973 and 1993), India (1978 and 1997) , New Zealand (1982 and 2000) and Australia (1988 and 2009) as well as South Africa (2005).

The tournament has grown in stature after women`s cricket merged with International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2005. It was staged under the aegis of the ICC for the first time in 2009.

The 10th edition of the tournament will be held in India in 2013. This will be the third time that India has hosted women`s cricket`s leading 50-over tournament. India previously hosted the 1978 and 1997 editions of the tournament.

COMPETITION FORMAT:
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 will be contested by eight teams which have been ‘seeded’ and divided into two groups:

Group A: 1. England, 3. India, 5. West Indies, 7. Sri Lanka
Group B: 2. Australia, 4. New Zealand, 6. Pakistan, 8. Sri Lanka

The first round of the competition will be the Group stage. Each team will play every other team in its group. Points will be allocated for each match in accordance with the system described in clause 21.10 of these playing conditions, which will apply throughout the competition.

Following the Group stage the top 3 teams in each group will progress to the next phase (the Super Sixes). Each team will play every other team that has qualified for the Super Sixes except for the teams that it played in the Group stage. The results of the Group matches played against the other teams that qualified for the Super Sixes and any points gained in those matches will be carried forward to the Super Sixes.
The points from the Group match played against the team that did not qualify for the Super Sixes will not be carried forward to the Super Sixes. At the end of the Super Sixes the top two teams will contest the ICC Women’s World Cup Final 2013. The teams that finish 3rd and 4th in the Super Sixes will participate in the 3rd and 4th playoff match.
The teams that finish 5th and 6th in the Super Sixes will participate in the 5th and 6th playoff match. In addition, the teams that finish 4th in each Group will participate in the 7th and 8th playoff match.

WORLD CUP MATCHES IN CUTTACK:

WARM UP MATCHES:
29 Jan: Pakistan v Local XI, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Ahsan Raza and Shahul Hameed (on-field umpires), Ravi Sundaram (third umpire).

30 Jan: Pakistan v Local XI, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Ravi Sundaram and Shahul Hameed (on-field umpires), Ahsan Raza (third umpire).

OFFICIAL MATCHES:
1 Feb: Australia Women v Pakistan Women, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Ruchira Palliyaguru and Kathy Cross (on-field umpires), Shahul Hameed (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).

1 Feb: New Zealand Women v South Africa Women, Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack, Ahsan Raza and Ian Ramage (on-field umpires), Ravi Sundaram (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).


3 Feb: Australia v South Africa, Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack, Ahsan Raza and Kathy Cross (on-field umpires), Ian Ramage (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).

3 Feb:
New Zealand v Pakistan, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Sundaram Ravi and Shahul Hameed (on-field umpires), Ruchira Palliyaguru (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).

5 Feb: Pakistan v South Africa, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Ruchira Palliyaguru and Ian Ramage (on-field umpires), Kathy Cross (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).

5 Feb: Australia v New Zealand, Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack, Ravi Sundaram and Shahul Hameed (on-field umpires), Ahsan Raza (third umpire), David Jukes (match referee).

7 Feb:
Play off match at Driems Cricket Ground, Cuttack

9 Feb:
Super Six match at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack

10 Feb:
Super Six match at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack

13 Feb:
Super Six match at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack

15 Feb:
Play off match at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack

   
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