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Sunday, February 23, 2020

Women's T20 World Cup: India look to proceed momentum in opposition to Bangladesh


Bolstered by their outstanding victory over holders Australia within the opener, India eves would look to proceed the momentum once they tackle Bangladesh in a Women's T20 World Cup conflict right here on Monday.
On Friday, India ladies efficiently defended a small whole of 132 in opposition to four-time champions Australia on the Sydney Showground Stadium and commenced their World Cup marketing campaign on an excellent notice. While Deepti Sharma contributed with a priceless knock of 49*, it was Poonam Verma who turned the match in India's favour by choosing up 4 wickets in her allotted overs.
On Monday, a livid pitch at WACA can be awaiting each the groups. Unpredictable Bangladesh have surprised India on various events with essentially the most notable being within the closing of the Asia Cup in 2018 the place they gained by three wickets.
The excellent news is in regards to the prime performers within the batting and bowling departments from that fateful tour. Match winner Poonam Yadav will nonetheless have the reminiscences of 2018's Asian Cup afresh the place she stifled Bangladesh batters with astounding bowling figures of 4/9.
Smriti Mandhana can be ready to avenge her 2016 T20 World Cup outing when leg spinner Fahima Khatun's despatched her again to the pavilion for a duck.
Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur is the shining star in opposition to the brand new entrants, with scores of 40 and 77 in 2014 and 2016 version of World Cup, bagging participant of the match in each outings.
Concerns galore for Indian batting, largely with the brittle center order with Veda Krishnamurthy nonetheless to get into the groove. Indians may rating solely three boundaries within the final 16 overs that too from the blade of Deepti Sharma.
Bangladesh look pretty balanced in bowling and fielding. Of late, they've began to decipher the Indian strategy in direction of the sport fairly properly. This is as a result of appointment of former Indian wicketkeeper batter Anju Jain as Bangladesh coach.
The Arjuna Awardee and former opener has performed 65 ODIs and eight Tests and has been on the helm from 2018.
Bangladesh's highest wicket-taker within the quick bowling division is Jahanara Alam with ample tempo and very good management. The WACA pitch traditionally recognized for good tempo bowling and Jahanara Alam's tempo and swing needs to be a super match.

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