England Roses to learn World Cup fate
Last Updated: 23/08/18 3:53pm
England Roses will find out their Netball World Cup opponents when the competition draw is made on September 15.
Host nation England are second seeds, after climbing up the world rankings to second position for the first time in their history, following their Commonwealth Games gold medal in April 2018.
England have already been paired against Uganda but will wait to find out their two other opponents.
The draw for the 16-team tournament in Nottingham will see the eight unseeded teams drawn into four groups for the first phase of the competition.
The top eight ranked teams - as per the International Netball Federation annual rankings from July 2018 - will be seeded into the four groups for the first phase of the tournament.
Preliminaries Stage One groups:
A1 Australia (1st seed)
A2 Northern Ireland (8th seed)
A3 9th - 12th seed (drawn)
A4 13th - 16th seed (drawn)
B1 New Zealand (3rd seed)
B2 Malawi (6th seed)
B3 9th - 12th seed (drawn)
B4 13th - 16th seed (drawn)
C1 Jamaica (4th seed)
C2 South Africa (5th seed)
C3 9th - 12th seed (drawn)
C4 13th - 16th seed (drawn)
D1 England (2nd seed)
D2 Uganda (7th seed)
D3 9th - 12th seed (drawn)
D4 13th - 16th seed (drawn)
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