The Indian women's cricket team qualified for the World Cup in the midst of a horror.


For Corona, there is an uproar going on all over the world as well as across India at the moment. In such a situation all over the country, the ICC gave great news to Indian cricket lovers. The Indian women's cricket team qualified for the 2021 World Cup.

Next year is the Women's One-Day World Cup starting on New Zealand on February 6, 2021. The last match of the World Cup will be March 7. The ICC issued a notice saying that the Indian women's cricket team will be able to participate directly in this World Cup. Apart from India, four other countries will be able to participate in the World Cup directly – Australia, England, South Africa and host country New Zealand.

But how did the four other countries, including the Indian women's team, get a direct license in the lockdown? In this regard, the ICC said the first four countries have been selected in terms of total points from 2013 to 2020 who have had a direct chance at the World Cup. On the other hand, since the World Cup is being held in New Zealand this year, New Zealand has been given a direct license to play in the World Cup.

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