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Match Details

South Africa Women versus Bangladesh Women, twentieth Match, Group A – ICC Women's World T20 2018

November 18, 2018

Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia


In the past known as the Beausejour Stadium, the setting was renamed as the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium following Darren Sammy-driven West Indies' emotional World Twenty20 triumph in 2016.

Built in 2002, the stadium turned into the primary ground in the West Indies to arrange a floodlight ODI when the hosts invited Zimbabwe for a 50-over match in 2006.

The first T20 worldwide at the scene was played in 2010 when India went up against Afghanistan at the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 and there has been 17 T20Is since here, with six of them coming at the progressing 2018 Women's World T20.

The surface is definitely not a high scoring one with the normal first innings score in T20Is being an unassuming 138. Hurl doesn't assume a noteworthy job however as the pitch offers an equivalent possibility for the two sides with the group batting first winning multiple times while the group pursuing has won multiple times.


The last gathering stage apparatus at the 2018 Women's World T20 will bear no criticalness with both South Africa and Bangladesh out of the retribution as of now to the extent advancement to the semi-finals arrange is concerned.

Bangladesh Women have lost the majority of their three diversions up until now while South Africa's solitary win has come against Sri Lanka ladies on Monday.

Batting has been the issue for the two groups with South Africa Womens' effective pursue of the 100-run focus against Sri Lanka Women the main example where both of them have figured out how to cross the three-figure stamp.

The bowlers have been noteworthy however, with Shabnim Ismail and Jahanara Alam driving the path for South Africa and Bangladesh separately with six wickets each. The two skippers – Bangladesh's Salma Khatun and South Africa's Dane van Niekerk have additionally sparkled with the ball.

Saturday's match will be more about who bowls better as it could be a low-scoring undertaking thinking about how the groups have batted so far in the competition. The Proteas certainly have the edge however, having lost to Sunday's rivals just once in their nine past T20I gatherings – that too path in 2012.

No holds barred

Add up to Matches – 9

South Africa Women – 8 (88.9%)

Bangladesh Women – 1 (11.1%)

Shape (Most later to most established)

South Africa Women – LLWWW

Bangladesh Women – LLLLL

Last match's playing XI and conceivable changes

South Africa Women

Lizelle Lee, Laura Wolvaardt, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk (c), Mignon du Preez, Chloe Tryon, Shabnim Ismail, Faye Tunnicliffe (wk), Yolani Fourie, Masabata Klaas, Moseline Daniels

Sune Luus, who included in the opening two apparatuses before being dropped for the installation against England, is probably going to be drafted back in, supplanting Yolani Fourie.

Bangladesh Women

Ayasha Rahman, Fargana Hoque, Khadija Tul Kubra, Rumana Ahmed, Sanjida Islam, Fahima Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Nigar Sultana, Ritu Moni, Salma Khatun (c), Shamima Sultana (wk)

Sanjida Islam, who has scored only four keeps running from three matches at the World T20, could be supplanted by Lata Mondal.

My Dream XI


Despite the fact that she has neglected to satisfy the desires, South Africa's Lizelle Lee is the undeniable decision here given the choices accessible. She has made a couple of better than average begins and South Africa will trust that Lee can make convert it into a major score against Bangladesh.


As expressed before, the batting has been the setback for the two sides and I have decided on the base necessity of three batsmen for my side.

Chloe Tryon, who has had a frustrating competition with only 33 keeps running from three matches, and Sune Luus, who is even more a spinner than a batsman fundamentally are my two decisions from the South African side. Finishing the trio is Bangladeshi opener Ayasha Rahman, who had scored a gutsy 39 against England.


Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp, the primary hitched couple to bat together in an ICC competition when South Africa confronted Sri Lanka on November 12, include in my group as players who have a conspicuous job in their agree with both bat and ball.

Joining the couple is Bangladesh's Rumana Ahmed, who has turned out to be a prudent bowler for her side while additionally getting a couple of key wickets.


Two players from each side element among the bowlers with Bangladesh couple of Salma Khatun and Jahanara Alam joined by the South African combine of Shabnim Ismail and Moseline Daniels.

Chief and Vice commander: Dane van Niekerk and Jahanara Alam

Player to keep an eye out for: Dane van Niekerk

The South African captain assumed a key job in her side's solitary win at the competition so far with an unbeaten thump of 33 however it has been with the ball that Niekerk has really sparkled grabbing four wickets from three matches while yielding only 28 runs.

The match against Bangladesh may be a dead elastic however South Africa will be quick to exit on a high and Niekerk will have a noteworthy task to carry out in all likeliness.

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