Cricket chiefs announce Women's Ashes changes due to World Cup
The series will start with three Twenty20 matches in Adelaide, followed by a one-off Test match in Canberra, which remains scheduled for 27-30 January
London, United Kingdom: England and Australia have announced changes to the Women's Ashes schedule due to coronavirus quarantine rules ahead of the Women's World Cup.
The multi-format series will now begin a week earlier than originally planned, on 20 January.
The series will start with three Twenty20 matches in Adelaide, followed by a one-off Test match in Canberra, which remains scheduled for 27-30 January.
Canberra's Manuka Oval will also host the first one-day international on 3 February, while the following two matches will be played at Melbourne’s Junction Oval, on 6 and 8 February.
The changes have been made to allow the two teams sufficient time to travel to New Zealand and complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine period ahead of the Women's World Cup, beginning in March.
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