The countdown to the 2013 ICC Women's World Cup has reached the 100 day stage as Mumbai prepares to host the tournament from 31st January to 17th February.
The showpiece event in the women's game comes a matter of months after Australia beat England to lift the ICC Women's World Twenty20 title.
England lifted the 50 over title in 2009, beating New Zealand by three wickets in Sydney.
The top eight sides in the world will battle for the 2013 title with England, Australia, New Zealand, West Indies and hosts India expected to be the teams to beat.
The other teams involved are Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka as India hosts the tournament for the third time having previously done so in 1978 and 1997.
Five venues across Mumbai - Wankhede Stadium, Bandra Kurla Complex, Cricket Club of India, Middle Income Group Club Ground, DY Patil Stadium - will host the matches and the full schedule will be confirmed in November.
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