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South Africa to host India and West Indies in build-up to 2023 women's T20 World Cup

All the matches will be played in East London before the teams go to the World Cup, starting eight days after the tri-series final

Marizanne Kapp creams one through covers, India vs South Africa, Women's World Cup 2022, Christchurch, March 27, 2022

The tri-series will run from January 19 to February 2  •  ICC via Getty Images

South Africa will host India and West Indies in East London for a triangular T20I series in January-February next year in the build-up to the women's T20 World Cup 2023, which will be held in South Africa soon after, in February.
The three teams will play each other twice in the round-robin stage, before the top two teams play the final on February 2, after which there will be a short gap before the World Cup kicks off on February 10. The World Cup will run till February 26, with the matches played in Cape Town, Gqeberha and Paarl.
"These two sides [India and West Indies] are up there with the most talented and entertaining nations in women's T20 cricket, having featured in two of the last four finals, with the West Indies lifting the trophy in 2016," Enoch Nkwe, CSA's director of cricket, said in a statement. "This will give the Momentum Proteas a highly competitive build-up to the ultimate prize of the T20 World Cup."
At the World Cup, South Africa have been placed in Group A alongside favourites Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand and Sri Lanka. India and West Indies are in Group B with England, Ireland and Pakistan.
Australia have won five of the seven editions of the World Cup so far, with England and West Indies winning once each. South Africa have never reached the title round, while India got to the final for the first time in the previous edition, in 2020 in Australia, where Australia beat them by 85 runs at the MCG.