Bangladesh Women vs Malaysia Women playing XI prediction, pitch report, injury report, Women’s Asia cup T20 2022 Match details
We are set for an exciting clash between the Bangladesh women’s team and the Malaysia women’s cricket team in the Sylhet Worldwide Cricket Stadium in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh tigresses might be keen to do well as defending champions.
The Malaysian team is yet to open their score. Their bowling department needs to work a bit hard if they want to make an impact, as they lost to the UAE-led women’s cricket team by 7 wickets.
On the other hand, the Bangladesh women’s team lost to the mighty Pakistan women’s team, who seem to be strong contenders to win this Asia cup edition. This time, their batting let them down.
We don’t have to remind you that the Bangladesh women’s team defeated the Indian women’s team in the Women’s Asia Cup 2018 in a last-ball thriller. Moreover, they did quite well during the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifiers by winning all three matches and finishing at the top of the points table.
Venue: Sylhet Worldwide Cricket Stadium, Bangladesh
Date and Time: October 6, 1:00 PM IST
Telecast & Stay Streaming: Star Sports activities & Disney+Hotstar
The average first-inning score at this venue is 135 runs. The Sylhet Worldwide Cricket Stadium in Bangladesh is your typical spin-friendly pitch found all over the Asian continent. However, it is heartening to note that many batters have failed to be able to do well against the spin bowling attack.
Spin bowling has dominated in most of the games have played a crucial role in winning matches as well. When the ball is new, it comes on nicely to the bat. But once it becomes older, picking up the shots becomes slightly difficult within the given circumstances.
There is no injury update as of now.
Average first innings score
The average first innings score at this venue in the last 6 matches is 131 runs. The batters have a considerable task ahead of them to make sure that they score well when the ball is relatively new. Once it becomes old, then choosing the spots for runs becomes quite challenging.
Record of chasing team
Matches Won: 4
Matches Lost: 1
Draw/No Result/Abandoned: 0
Bangladesh Women vs Malaysia Women live streaming
The Bangladesh women vs Malaysia women’s cricket will be live streaming on Star Sports activities & Disney+Hotstar. If you have any of these mediums, then you may want to watch the action live.
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Possible finest batter
Shaima has scored well against most of the teams in this tournament. She has hit 49 off 30 deliveries against Thailand. Since Malaysia’s bowling is not among the best in this tournament, she will want to unleash her beast from within.
Possible finest bowler
Rumana Ahmed has already taken three wickets in two matches. Rumana will take advantage of the fact that the Malaysia women’s team does not have a top-notch batting lineup. The 31-year-old has it in her to cause damage in Sylhet.
- Nigar Sultana, who has scored 1062 Runs
- Nannapat Koncharoenkai, who has scored 706 Runs
- Nattaya Boochatham, who has taken 71 Wickets & 469 Runs
- Salma Khatun, who has taken 51 Wickets & 469 Runs
- Nahida Akter is a bowler who has taken 68 Wickets
- Chanida Suttiruang an allrounder who has taken 46 Wickets & 499 Runs
Probable playing XI
Nigar Sultana(C), Fargana Hoque, Salma Khatun, Rumana Ahmed, Shamima Sultana (WK), Nahida Akter, Ritu Moni, Lata Mondal, Sobhana Mostary, Shohely Akhter, Shanjida Akter
Winifred Duraisingam(C), Wan Julia (WK), Mas Elysa, Elsa Hunter, Mahirah Izzati Ismail, Ainna Hamizah Hashim, Jamahidaya Intan, Nur Arianna Natsya, Sasha Azmi, Aisya Eleesa, Nur Dania Syuhada
BAN-W vs MLY-W Dream11 Prediction
Both the teams have lost their previous matches and will be seeking revenge in their next game. So, we can be ready to see some exceptional batting & bowling from both of them. We certainly hope that it is the case.
This is predominantly from the Bangladesh women, who are the defending champions. They must be quite eager to unleash their powers on a weaker Malaysian unit. However, the Malaysian team will also want to score a win in the tournament.
But they must produce some excellent batting and bowling to be able to win this crucial game for them. However, we strongly feel that the Bangladesh women’s team is more balanced and has the firepower to win this game to be held on Thursday, October 6.