Two of England’s World Cup winners will take part in a T20 exhibition match in India on 22 May.
Danni Wyatt and Dani Hazell will be two of the eight overseas stars on show in a game at the Wankhede Stadium.
The Kia Super League and Australia’s Women’s Big Bash League have changed the face of domestic women’s cricket over the past three seasons.
Director of England Women’s cricket Clare Connor said: "This is another exciting step forward for the global women’s game and one we’re proud to support.
"Putting the domestic women’s game on such a platform aligns perfectly with our aims for the new competition in 2020 and our aspiration to grow the talent pool beneath the international game."
For Danni Wyatt - who recently scored her second IT20 century against India in Mumbai - it’s a well-earned opportunity.
"It’s an honour to be asked to play in this game," she said.
"It’s an honour to be asked to play in this game."
"I’m so excited to return to India. I’ve loved my time there - there’s so much love for cricket - and I think this will be a great event for the women’s game."
Off-spinner Dani Hazell, ranked No.7 in the women’s T20 bowling world rankings, said: "I’m delighted to be asked to play in this game and participate in such a big event for the women’s game.
"I’m can’t wait to get out there, hopefully in front of a huge crowd."