The ground will play host to the two semi-finals and the final of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018.
The Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium is one of the three venues of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 and is set to host the three showpiece fixtures: the two semi-finals and the final.
With a capacity of approximately 10,000, the ground in North Sound, Antigua, was established in 2007. The first match played here was a Super Eight fixture during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, between the Windies and Australia.
It has since hosted 16 one-day internationals, five Tests and four Twenty20 Internationals. The last international at this ground was an ODI between the Windies and India that the hosts won by 11 runs.
It has also hosted two women's T20Is, between the Windies and India in 2012. The second game was a thriller, with India defending a low total of 95 by just three runs to level the series 1-1.
Named after the legendary Sir Vivian Richards, the stadium will host the two semi-finals and the final of the Women's World Cup 2018.
The surface here has in general been helpful for the bowlers with the highest score in T20Is here being 158/7 by the Windies against Zimbabwe back in 2013, though Virat Kohli did make a Test double-century at the ground in 2017, but then he's something else entirely!
22 November: Semi-final 1
22 November: Semi-final 2
24 November: Final
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