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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 quiz: Win via boundary countback, international comeback after 12 years and more

Were you aware of that the rule of boundary countback was applied to determine the winner of a group game during the 2010 edition of the ICC Women's World Cup after the Super Over ended in a tie? Find out more such trivia in our quiz.

ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 quiz: Win via boundary countback, international comeback after 12 years and more

With the much-deserved pre-tournament hype, the ambition to fill the gigantic Melbourne Cricket Ground (#FillTheMCG) on international women’s day and more importantly some really feisty teams set up the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 perfectly.

Speaking of perfection, we at Firstpost have rolled out just an apt-for-the-occasion quiz comprising 20 questions ahead of the mega event opener between two pre-tournament favourites India and Australia at the Sydney Showground.

The quiz consists of nostalgia, stats-related questions, few true or false questions and some that go beyond the boundary facts. Fret not, there will be enough choices for few of your guesses that in all probability will help you score some extra points.

It could be a tricky affair but the quiz will certainly expand your knowledge on the Women's T20 World Cups and at same time it is going to be highly entertaining.

So, give it a go!

Updated Date: February 18, 2020 11:44:35 IST

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