During their annual meeting, which begins this weekend in Birmingham, the ICC will announce the hosts for four major international women's sporting events in the years 2023–2027.

Two T20 World Cups, one 50-over World Cup, and one T20 Champions Trophy are among the four competitions.

which were among the 12 activities the ICC recently completed in connection with women's rights,

which will be offered for sale separately from men's rights for the first time.

The decision will be made at the meeting on July 26 by the interim ECB CEO, the ICC.

The CEC may debate the importance of international cricket and whether the proliferation of domestic T20 leagues poses a danger to it.

The future of Afghanistan cricket is a topic that the ICC is expected to take up. After the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan last year

Afghanistan's future in international cricket has been questioned since last September.

Even the Test match against Afghanistan, which was slated to take place in Hobart in November, was postponed by Cricket Australia.

Putting the finishing touches on the election process for the ICC chairman is also on the conference agenda.

this is most likely to occur in November, when the first term of the current chair Greg Barclay expires.