Wherever you are in the world, it's easy to watch cricket online and get a great quality ICC Women's T20 World Cup live stream in 2020. Hosts Australia enter the tournament as slight favorites, but England, India and New Zealand can't be discounted as the world's 10 best teams compete for T20 glory Down Under.
The action got underway on Friday, February 21 with a huge match that pitted India vs Australia. India are led by captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who famously knocked a 171 against Australia back in 2017 during a ODI, but equally impressive are two of the youngsters they've included in their side: 16-year olds Richa Ghosh and Shafali Verma.
Hopes are especially high for Shafali, who etched her way into Indian cricket history when she broke the legendary Sachin Tendulkar's 30 year record and became the youngest ever play in the country to score a half century, racking up 73 runs against the West Indies at just 15 years and 285 days old.
But Australia enter the tournament as the number one women's T20 side in the world and, captained by Meg Lanning, they won't be easily beaten.
If you want to know where you'll be able to watch this and every other match, we'll tell you exactly how to access a trustworthy ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 live stream from anywhere in the world.
Live stream ICC Women's T20 World Cup from outside your country
You don't have to miss a second of the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup. Even if you're abroad and discover that your home broadcaster's online coverage is geo-blocked, there's a simple and perfectly legal way to watch your domestic cricket coverage without – just use a VPN to login back to your country that is broadcasting the match. Here's how.
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ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 format
The ICC Women's T20 World Cup is a 10-team tournament split into two groups – Group A and Group B. The top two teams from each will progress and qualify for the semi-finals. The two winning semi-finalists then get to face off in the final on March 8 in Melbourne.