The ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 will take place from 21 February - 8 March 2020, culminating in the final at the MCG on 8 March 2020, International Women's Day.
Holder is now leading the West Indies team in a three-Test series against England which began last week at Kensington Oval, Barbados.
Due to the ongoing political tensions between the two countries, they do not face each other in bilateral series and the ICCorganised tournaments are the only places where the fans can experience India-Pakistan encounters.
The Proteas were in control of the match from start to finish as they made light work of Pakistan; they beat their opponents by 7 wickets in what was a comfortable match in Cape Town. While England are placed in Group B alongside India, Australia are in Group A alongside Pakistan.
The women's world cup will be held in grounds in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Canberra.
Australia will begin their 2020 campaign against Pakistan on October 24 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
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Defending champions West Indies play their first Super 12 group stage match against New Zealand on October 25 in Melbourne. For the women's fixtures, four-time winners Australia are in Group A with New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka and one qualifier, while West Indies and 2009 champions England join South Africa, Pakistan and a second qualifying team.
Both tournaments will be held right across Australia in eight Host Cities and 13 venues.
Australia, who won their fourth T20 title last November, will meet India at the Sydney Showgrounds on February 21, followed by games against Sri Lanka, a qualifier and New Zealand in Group A.
The first semi-final is likely to be held on Nov 11 in Sydney and the second one is scheduled the following day in Adelaide.
The first T20 match will be played at the Southend club on Thursday and as expected, it will be staged under a tight security cover.
Men's qualifiers: October 18-23.