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After a wonderful ICC T20 World Cup, do you have any idea as to what is next? Well, today, we will discuss the various high-profile events that are lined up in this year and 2022.

T10 League 2021-22

The Abu Dhabi T10 league is ongoing and if you're waiting for something enthralling then you're surely missing this. If T20s can be so exhilarating then imagine how fun watching a T10 match would be.

The six teams that are participating in the tournament are Bangla Tigers, The Chennai Braves, Northern Warriors, Team Abu Dhabi, Delhi Bulls, and Deccan Gladiators.

Players like Yusuf Pathan, Munaf Patel, Ravi Bopara, Chris Gayle, Upul Tharanga, Moeen Ali, Samit Patel, Chris Jordan, Imran Tahir, Liam Livingstone, Faf du Plessis, Jason Roy, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell, David Wiese, and many more.

Only two matches have taken place so far so don't worry, you have all the time in the world to start watching it right in time.

Women's Big Bash League

The tournament is already underway since October 14 but it still has the most important games remaining. With several big names of Women's cricket featuring in the tournament, Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur, Jemimah Rodrigues,  and several Indian players are also a part of the tournament.

The playoffs commence from November 24 so sort yourselves and prepare yourself by picking a favorite this season and holding onto them in the upcoming ones.

ICC Women's World Cup qualifiers

There are more than 20 matches to be played in this qualification tournament too and it will be intriguing to see the teams that make it to the World Cup.

The tournament commences from tomorrow, November 21, and the Women's teams of Pakistan, USA, Thailand, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh (Group B); Irelands, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and West Indies (Group A) will compete in two groups.

PNG were also geared up to feature in the tournament but we won't see them due to a COVID-19 outbreak with multiple returns of positive PCR tests.

The top three teams from each group will qualify for the Super Six stage and the top three from the Super Six will get a spot in the World Cup.

Lanka Premier League

The Sri Lanka Premier League has been picking up in recent years and we are expecting a more competitive and grander audience reception this season.

Some of the big names feature in the tournament, while fans also watch it as they can witness some cricketers who aren't active in the international circuit anymore.

5 teams feature in the tournament and the tournament is set to begin from December 5 until December 23. The teams that are featuring are Galle Gladiators, Jaffna Kings, Colombo Stars, Dambulla Giants, and Kandy Warriors.

Big Bash League (Men's)

With the next T20 World Cup lined up in Australia in the very next year, this year's Big Bash League is anticipated to be better than the previous seasons.

Everyone would want to perform the best on the Australian pitches and put themselves in contention for a spot in the T20 World Cup. Replacing a player from the T20 World Cup-winning squad would be difficult but Australia do have a ruthless team selection history.

The Big Bash League also commences on December 5 but it concludes on December 28th. Eight teams feature namely, Brisbane Heat, Sydney Sixers, Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunder, Adelaide Strikers, Perth Scorchers, and Hobart Hurricanes.

The Ashes

Well, this needs no introduction. One of the fiercest rivalries in cricket returns to action and fans would be eager to see how this pans out.

Both England and Australia have a solid squad that not only possesses the quality but also the aggression that this rivalry anticipates.

The teams have balanced batting, bowling, and fielding and it will be exciting to see who claims the Ashes this time.

The Women's Ashes is set to begin on January 27 extending up to February 19.

India Tour of South Africa 

A grand tour for India as they visit the Proteas in December, right at the brink of the end of 2021 and the beginning of 22. The teams will compete in three Tests, three ODIs, and four T20Is.

ICC Women's World Cup 

The ICC Women's World Cup is set to commence in March 2022 and will extend up to April 3. With the increasing competition and rising levels of Women's cricket, another high-profile tournament is on the cards.

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