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Sunday, 11 November 2018

INDIA WOMEN VS PAKISTAN WOMEN: MATCH PREVIEW, ICC WOMEN’S WORLD T20

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Match Details

India Women versus Pakistan Women, fifth Match, Group B, ICC Women's World T20

November 11, 2018, 8:30 PM IST

Fortune Stadium, Guyana

Setting

The Providence Stadium in Guyana facilitated every one of the three matches on the opening day of this present Women's World T20. There were indications of divert and low bob from the simple first amusement. The primary innings scores propped up down match-by-coordinate. Consequently, something comparative can be normal on Sunday also. Groups winning the hurl will in all probability need to bat first and set up a score on the board. This pitch should suit the two India and Pakistan's style of play as the two groups love playing with turn.

Review

India and Pakistan are falling off differentiating results in their opening amusements. While the 'Ladies dressed in Blue' were overwhelming in their win against the White Ferns, Pakistan Women were defeated by the Aussies.

Harmanpreet Kaur was just sublime as she drove from the front and helped India enlist a major first innings add up to. They will likewise be satisfied with the type of youthful Jemimah Rodrigues who scored an all around ordered 45-ball 59. Be that as it may, India's best request couldn't go ahead. Smriti Mandhana and Taniya Bhatia neglected to give the group a nice begin.

Pakistan bombed in the two divisions. While the nooks neglected to contain the Aussie players toward the begin and at the demise (the last couple of overs specifically), the hitters just couldn't go ahead. Henceforth, the Pakistani Women need to lift their diversion rapidly as they confront most despised opponents India in under 48 hours since their thrashing.

Straight on

Add up to Matches – 10

India Women – 8 wins

Pakistan Women – 2 wins

Frame (latest to most established)

India Women – WWWWNR

Pakistan Women – LLLLW

Last match's Playing XI and conceivable changes

India Women –

Smriti Mandhana, Taniya Bhatia(w), Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur(c), Dayalan Hemalatha, Mithali Raj, Deepti Sharma, Veda Krishnamurthy, Radha Yadav, Poonam Yadav, Arundhati Reddy

Pakistan Women –

Nahida Khan, Ayesha Zafar, Omaima Sohail, Bismah Maroof, Javeria Khan(c), Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Sana Mir, Nashra Sandhu, Sidra Nawaz(w), Anam Amin

Conceivable Changes – Both groups may adhere to a similar mix.

My fantasy XI


WK

Taniya Bhatia is a T20 master for the Indian Women's cricket group. She made her introduction not long ago however she has included in each T20I India have played for the current year. She probably won't have extraordinary numbers yet opening the batting, she has the opportunity to go for her shots from the get-go.

BAT

The players are programmed picks. After her adventures in the main diversion, Harmanpreet Kaur is an unquestionable requirement. Jemimah Rodrigues played extremely well too. Smriti Mandhana has been in prime frame and will need to come great. Omaima Sohail looked in fine touch in Pakistan's opening diversion where she scored a promising 11-ball 20 preceding she was runout.

Options: Bismah Maroof for Jemimah Rodrigues or Omaima Sohail

ALLROUNDERS

Sana Mir and Nida Dar are Pakistan's chief all-rounders. While the last fizzled with both bat and ball in the primary amusement, Sana Mir was one of the three Pakistan players who went past the 20-run stamp. Deepti Sharma is another promising all-rounder who has been in the Indian group for some time now. Her four overs with the ball are exceptionally vital for the 'Ladies dressed in Blue'.

Elective: Aliya Riyaz for Nida Dar

BOWL

Anam Amin is Pakistan's chief quick bowler. She has a decent T20 record and Pakistan will bet on her for early leaps forward. Poonam Yadav has been India's wicket-taker over the most recent a year and has been exceptionally compelling. In the interim, Arundhati Reddy is India's driving pacer in this World Cup and after a fairly costly begin, she will need to bob back.

Chief: Harmanpreet Kaur

Bad habit chief: Sana Mir

Player to keep an eye out for: Jemimah Rodrigues

The high school sensation from Mumbai has been exceptionally amazing in her short global profession. In 11 T20I innings, she has amassed 395 runs (which incorporates 4 fifties) at a normal of 39.50. The manner in which she absorbed the weight the principal diversion after three early wickets was splendid. She supplemented her captain perfectly and struck a very much gathered 59. She is one of the players to keep an eye out for in this competition and she could well convey this Indian group forward.

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