Stephanie Taylor, who was chosen as the captain of the ICC Twenty20 team last year, will once again be leading the command of the West Indies.
Key facts related to 2018 Women's T20 World Cup:
(1) Initial matches will be organized at the Guyana National Stadium and the Darren Sammy Stadium in St. Lucia, while two semi-finals and final matches will be held at Antigua's Sir Vivian Richards Stadium and Barbuda.
(2) Apart from the West Indies team, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and England have qualified directly on the basis of ranking.
(3) Apart from this, the remaining teams (Bangladesh, Netherlands, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Thailand, Uganda or United Arab Emirates) have to qualify for the tournament through the ICC Women's World T20 qualifiers, which will be held in Netherland from 03 July to 14 July 2018.
(4) The Caribbean team hosted the 2007 World Cup and the 2010 T20 World Cup.
(5) The West Indies won the title defeating Australia in the Women's T20 World Cup played in the year 2016. West Indies women's team will try to retain this title by winning again.
Australia has won the women's T20 World Cup three times. England and the West Indies have won the title of Women's T20 World Cup 1-1 times. Indian women team has not won the title of Women's T20 World Cup till date.