ICC Women's World Cup 2013 fixtures, results & tables

FINAL

17 Feb West Indies v Australia (d/n), Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Australia won by 114 runs

Match report. Reaction. Scorecard (external site)

Charles Dagnall's team of the tournament

PLAY-OFFS

15 Feb 3rd/4th place play-off: England v New Zealand, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

England won by four wickets

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

15 Feb 5th/6th place play-off: South Africa v Sri Lanka, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

Sri Lanka won by 88 runs

Scorecard (external site)

SUPER SIX STAGE

Super Six P W L T/NR Net RR Pts

West Indies

5

4

1

0

+0.941

8

Australia

5

4

1

0

+0.714

8

England

5

3

2

0

+1.003

6

New Zealand

5

2

3

0

+0.694

4

South Africa

5

1

4

0

-1.131

2

Sri Lanka

5

1

4

0

-2.477

2

Results from matches against the two other qualifiers from the group stage are carried forward into the Super Six. Top two teams reach the final.

February

7 7th/8th place play-off: India v Pakistan, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

India won by six wickets

Scorecard (external site)

8 England v Australia, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Australia won by two runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

8 Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Mumbai (BKC)

New Zealand won by eight wickets

Scorecard (external site)

8 West Indies v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

West Indies won by two wickets

Scorecard (external site)

10 Sri Lanka v Australia, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Australia won by nine wickets

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

10 England v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

England won by seven wickets

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

11 West Indies v New Zealand, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

West Indies won by 48 runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

13 West Indies v Australia, Mumbai (MIG)

West Indies won by eight runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

13 Sri Lanka v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

South Africa won by 110 runs

Scorecard (external site)

13 England v New Zealand (d/n), Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

England won by 15 runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

GROUP STAGE

Group A P W L T/NR Net RR Pts

England (A1)

3

2

1

0

+0.641

4

Sri Lanka (A4)

3

2

1

0

-0.433

4

West Indies (A3)

3

1

2

0

+0.276

2

India (A2)

3

1

2

0

-0.433

2

Group B P W L T/NR Net RR Pts

Australia (B1)

3

3

0

0

+1.099

6

New Zealand (B2)

3

2

1

0

+1.430

4

South Africa (B4)

3

1

2

0

-0.297

2

Pakistan (B3)

3

0

3

0

-1.986

0

Teams retain their ranking from the group stage no matter where they qualify; South Africa (B4) take Pakistan's B3 ranking after qualifying in their place.

January

31 India v West Indies (d/n), Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

India won by 105 runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

February

1 England v Sri Lanka, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Sri Lanka won by one wicket

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

1 New Zealand v South Africa, Cuttack (DCG)

New Zealand won by 150 runs

Scorecard (external site)

1 Australia v Pakistan, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

Australia won by 91 runs

Scorecard (external site)

3 India v England, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

England won by 32 runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

3 Sri Lanka v West Indies, Mumbai (MIG)

West Indies won by 209 runs

Scorecard (external site)

3 New Zealand v Pakistan, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

New Zealand won by seven wickets

Scorecard (external site)

3 Australia v South Africa, Cuttack (DCG)

Australia won by three wickets

Scorecard (external site)

5 India v Sri Lanka (d/n), Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Sri Lanka won by 138 runs

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

5 England v West Indies, Mumbai (BKC)

England won by six wickets

Match report. Scorecard (external site)

5 Pakistan v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

South Africa won by 126 runs

Scorecard (external site)

5 Australia v New Zealand, Cuttack (DCG)

Australia won by seven wickets

Scorecard (external site)

WARM-UP MATCHES

January

28 England beat South Africa by 51 runs, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

28 India beat New Zealand by eight wickets, Mumbai (BKC) - scorecard (external) 

28 Australia beat West Indies by 135 runs, Mumbai (MIG) - scorecard (external) 

28 Mumbai Combined XI beat Sri Lanka by four wickets, Mumbai (MPG) - scorecard (external) 

29 Pakistan beat Odisha XI by 95 runs, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium) - scorecard (external) 

29 Australia beat India by five wickets, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium) - scorecard (external) 

29 New Zealand beat England by 13 runs, Mumbai (BKC)

29 Sri Lanka beat South Africa by two wickets, Mumbai (MIG) - scorecard (external) 

30 Odisha XI beat Pakistan by four wickets, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium) - scorecard (external) 

Mumbai venues: Brabourne Stadium [aka Cricket Club of India], Middle Income Group Ground (MIG), Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Mumbai Police Gymkhana (MPG)

Cuttack venues: Barabati Stadium, Driems Cricket Ground (DCG)

Some dates and venues were changed by the ICC on 25 January