IND-W vs PAK – W: India women lock horns against arch-rivals Pakistan women in match 4 of Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 at Newland, Cape Town. Welcome to IND -W vs PAK – W Match preview, prediction and Dream11 prediction.
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The Indian women’s team suffered heartbreak when they last played a game in an ICC tournament. They lost to South Africa and were knocked out of the World Cup in 2021. They made it to the finals and had the game in their hands before handing the victory to Australia in the first-ever women’s commonwealth games.
The world cup is about redemption for the Indian Women’s team and reaching the glory that has been eluding them for quite some time. The journey of redemption and glory starts against arch-rivals Pakistan, an opponent who has struggled against the women in blue over the last two years.
Indian women got a strong squad and the batting responsibilities once again lie on the experienced Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur with some support from the young duo of Shafali Verma and Jemimah Rodrigues. Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar and Richa Gosh hard-hitting middle order.
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Renuka Singh Thakur has been India’s strike bowler in 2022. She is one of India’s strengths in the pace bowling attack. Rajeshwari Gaykwad, Radha Yadav and Sneh Rana play crucial roles as spinners.
Pakistani women have a lot of issues in their batting order. Their batting order isn’t firing as expected. Their skipper Bismah Maroof has the responsibility of the team’s batting alongside experienced all-rounders, Nida Dar and Aliya Riyaz.
The unavailability of Diana Biag for the world cup leaves a huge void in their bowling attack. Fatima Sana and Aiman Anwar are Pakistan’s two primary fast bowlers. Nida Dar, Sadia Iqbal and Nashra Sandhu form the spin attack.
A tough challenge lies ahead for Pakistan in their first league match of the tournament against the Inform Indian women’s team.
Match – India Women vs Pakistan Women, Match 4
Venue – Newlands, Capetown
Date & Time – Sunday, February 12th @ 6:30 PM IST.
The pitch at Newlands, Cape Town is a balanced track with assistance to both batters and bowlers. The average 1st innings score on this track is 157 runs. In the opening game of the tournament team, batting 2nd struggled to score runs. The team batting 1st might elect to bat first and defend the target later on.
India Women vs Pakistan Women H2H Record
Matches Played: 13
India Women Won: 10
Pakistan Women Won : 3
India Women vs Pakistan Women Probable Playing XI
India Women: Harleen Deol, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur ©, Deepti Sharma, Devika Vaidya, Richa Ghosh (wk), Pooja Vastrakar, Renuka Singh Thakur, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Shikha Pandey.
Pakistan Women: Muneeba Ali, Bismaf Maroof ©, Javeria Khan, Nida Dar, Omamia Sohail, Aliya Riyaz, Ayseha Naseem, Fatima Sana, Aiman Anwar, Nashra Sandhu, Sadia Iqbal.
IND – W vs PAK – W Dream11 Prediction: Top Fantasy Picks
Deepti Sharma – She is one of the most underrated all-rounders in women’s cricket. Deepti Sharma can contribute with both bat & ball. She has scored 914 runs and picked up 96 wickets in 87 T20 matches.
Nida Dar – Nida is one of the oldest and most experienced players in Pakistan. She has scored 1616 runs striking at 101.25 & picked up 120 wickets in 126 T20 matches.
Renuka Singh Thakur – Renuka Singh emerged on the scene in 2022 and has been the best bowler picking up 24 wickets in 27 T20 matches. She is one of the most economical bowlers and a must-have pick in the Ind w vs Pak w Dream11 team.
IND – W vs PAK – W Dream11 team
IND – W vs PAK – W Match Prediction
We back India Women to win the match against Pakistan Women in match 4 of Women’ s World Cup 2023 at Newlands, Cape Town. If India bat first then the score could be around 160-175. If Pakistan bat first the predicted score is 130-145.
IND – W vs PAK – W Betting Odds
The odds favouring India to win the match are 1.10 and the odds favouring Pakistan to win the match are 10.00.
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