Saturday , January 16 2021

India seeks to keep winning ways

India began its ICC Women's World T20 campaign with a stroke to record a 34-race victory in World No.2 in New Zealand. Now, the Indian women's team faces rivals rivals in Pakistan in their second match of the tournament on Sunday. With Captain Harmanpreet Kaur glittering, World No. 5, India wants to set the record after losing Pakistan in 2016 Women's World T20 at home. Since that defeat in Delhi, India has won all three matches against Pakistan.

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Live updates between India and Pakistan ICC Women's T20 World Cup, directly from the Providence Stadium in Guyana.

7:30 PM ISTHello and welcome to the live updates of the ICC Women's World T20 Group B between India and Pakistan from the Providence Stadium in Guyana.

Pakistan, on the other hand, lost a wide margin of 52 races to Australia in its tournament on Friday. There were many positive takeaways from the tournament opener in India. Jemimah Rodrigues, 18, played tickets calculated in his room T20I half a century and kept the rotation of the strike while Harmanpreet made minced meat from New Zealand bowlers. The Providence Stadium track proved to be useful for slow players as India used Deepti Sharma, Dayalan Hemlatha, Poonam Yadav and Radha Yadav to the good effect.

The hilandados represented eight of nine New Zealand basins with sailor Arundhati Reddy picked up a wicket. Against Pakistan, India could be tempted to use a second seamer in Mansi Joshi or Pooja Vastrakar. Pakistan's women's team have some quality players in Captain Javeria Khan, veteran Spinner Sana Mir and the most complete Bismah Maroof world.

Pakistan could not get the momentum they sought in their 153 persecution, as not only a hitter could cross the individual score of 30. Bismah Maroof, 26, was the top scorer of his team. Bowling players also leaked while Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healey took the cleansers with a 72-run stand. The free day of Sana Mir (0/32 in 4 years) was one of the factors so that Pakistan could not contain Australia during the first advances.

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