Germany is all set to host the Germany Women vs France Women T20I Series 2021, comprising five T20Is, starting July 8 at the National Performance Centre in Krefeld. The opening day will kick off with a double-header. Another double-header is set for Saturday.
All the matches will take place at the National Performance Centre. This is the first international series that Germany Woman will play since August 2020. The last they played an international game was against Austria, in which they white-washed the tourists 5-0 to clinch the series victory.
After playing thirteen games so far, and winning nine matches, the Germany Women are currently placed at the 25th position in the ICC Women’s T20I Rankings.
On the other hand, the France Women are returning to action after a break of over two years. They played their last T20I game in 2019 during the Women’s T20I Quadrangular Series.
France Women occupy the 30th rank in the ICC Women’s T20I rankings, after featuring in six international games and winning an impressive five matches.
Germany Women vs France Women T20I Series 2021: Full schedule
1st T20I: 8 July, Venue- National Performance Centre, Krefeld at 2:30 PM
2nd T20I: 8 July, Venue- National Performance Centre, Krefeld at 6:30 PM
3rd T20I: 9 July, Venue- National Performance Centre, Krefeld at 5:30 PM
4th T20I: 10 July, Venue- National Performance Centre, Krefeld at 2:30 PM
5th T20I: 10 July, Venue- National Performance Centre, Krefeld at 6:30 PM
Anuradha Doddaballapur (captain), Christina Gough, Emma Bargna, Milena Beresford, Anne Bierwisch, Stephanie Frohnmayer, Anna Healey, Bianca Maes Loch, Suzanne McAnanama-Brereton Kainat Qureshi, Janet Ronalds, Sharanya Sadarangani, Cassandre Scholz, Verena Stolle, Karthika Vijayaraghavan, Peris Wadenpohl.
Emmanuelle Brelivet (captain), Sabine Baron, Cindy Breteche, Tara Britton, Alix Brodin, Maelle Cargouet, Emma Chance, Emmanuelle Chauveau, Isabelle Costaz-Puyou, Thea Graham, Jennifer King, Louise Lestavel, Sabine Lieury, Magali Marchello, Poppy McGeown, Sophie Pecaud, Beatrice Pierre, Marie Violleau, Irma Vrignaud