The 50-over Women’s World Cup was postponed to 2022 due to the coronavirus epidemic, originally scheduled for February and March 2021. The Women’s World Cup 2022 has started in New Zealand and the West Indies will face New Zealand on March 4, the first day of the match. New Zealand lost the match and the West Indies won by 3 runs.

West Indies batsman Haley Matthews Ton and bowler Diandra Dotin were the heroes of the game on the first day of the ODI World Cup. Mathews scored 119 while Dotin took two wickets in the last over to give his side a 3-run victory over New Zealand. Chasing 260, New Zealand lost on the opening day as opener Suzy Bates was dismissed for 3 and the team could only manage 256 runs.

India’s best score in the history of the ODI World Cup was between 2005 and 2017 when India ended up as runners-up after losing to Australia and England. Mithali Raje led the Indian team in both those matches, as well as being the highest run scorer in the 2005 edition.

The Women’s World Cup, which started in 1973, has been successfully concluded till 2017. Let us know through this article who is included in the list of ICC Women’s World Cup winners from 1973 to 2017.

1973
Winner- England
Runner up Australia
Edgbaston

1978
Winner- Australia
Runner up England
Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad

1982
Winner- Australia
Runner up– England
Lancaster Park, Christchurch

1988
Winner- Australia
Runner up England
Melbourne Cricket Ground

1993
Winner- England
Runner up New Zealand
Lord’s London

1997
Winner- Australia
Runner up New Zealand
Dunn Garden, Kolkata

2000
Winner- New Zealand
Runner up Australia
Bert Sutcliffe Oval

2005
Winner- Australia
Runner up India
Supersport Park, Centurion

2009
Winner- England
Runner up New Zealand
North Sydney Oval, Sydney

2013
Winner- Australia
Runner up West Indies
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

2017
Winner- England
Runner up India
Lord’s, London

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