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

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

15 3rd/4th place play-off: England v New Zealand, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium) (03:30 GMT)

Live on Test Match Special on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, online and mobile devices from 03:15 GMT

15 5th/6th place play-off: South Africa v Sri Lanka, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium) (03:30 GMT)

17 Final: West Indies v Australia (d/n), Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium) (09:00 GMT)

Live on Test Match Special on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, online and mobile devices from 09:00 GMT

SUPER SIX STAGE

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

India won by six wickets

8 England v Australia, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Australia won by two runs

8 Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Mumbai (BKC)

New Zealand won by eight wickets

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

West Indies won by two wickets

10 Sri Lanka v Australia, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Australia won by nine wickets

10 England v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

England won by seven wickets

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

West Indies won by 48 runs

13 West Indies v Australia, Mumbai (MIG)

West Indies won by eight runs

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

South Africa won by 110 runs

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

England won by 15 runs

GROUP STAGE

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

India won by 105 runs

1 February England v Sri Lanka, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

Sri Lanka won by one wicket

1 New Zealand v South Africa, Cuttack (DCG)

New Zealand won by 150 runs

1 Australia v Pakistan, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

Australia won by 91 runs

3 India v England, Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium)

England won by 32 runs

3 Sri Lanka v West Indies, Mumbai (MIG)

West Indies won by 209 runs

3 New Zealand v Pakistan, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

New Zealand won by seven wickets

3 Australia v South Africa, Cuttack (DCG)

Australia won by three wickets

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

Sri Lanka won by 138 runs

5 England v West Indies, Mumbai (BKC)

England won by six wickets

5 Pakistan v South Africa, Cuttack (Barabati Stadium)

South Africa won by 126 runs

5 Australia v New Zealand, Cuttack (DCG)

Australia won by seven wickets

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)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

NB Fixtures, venues and start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made

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