The first ever women’s Cricket World Cup was announced on Saturday with the announcement of a match between India and Pakistan.
The match will be played at New Delhi’s Bollywood Stadium on February 26.
The first-of-its-kind women’s international cricket event was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January.
It will be the first time women’s domestic cricket will be held in India.
A huge crowd of around 500,000 spectators is expected to take part in the match.
The match will kick off at 10.30am IST (1930 GMT).
India’s top order is expected in the starting XI.
Pakistan’s bowling attack will be led by the Pakistan-based spinners Ashok Verma and Asim Akram.
India’s bowling line-up will feature the former captain of the All Blacks, Sourav Ganguly, while the other three bowlers are MS Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Thaker.
The women’s side will be joined by seven players from the South African side of the Test squad, including four players from their domestic team, the Johannesburg Kings.
India will also field five players from Sri Lanka, including three from the Test side.