Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women – The 21st match of the 2022 Women’s Asia Cup tournament will be played at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium between Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
In a rain-affected match, Sri Lanka women defeated Bangladesh women, thanks to strong performances from Nilakshi de Silva, Harshitha Madavi, and Inoka Ranaweera.
Pakistan, on the other hand, has gained momentum following victories over India and the UAE women. With this result, Pakistan has secured a place in the tournament’s semifinals.
The 21st Match of Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women will take place on October 11th, 2022 at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet.
Match Details to Note
Match: Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women, Match 21, Womens Asia Cup T20 2022
Date: October 11, 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 1:00 PM IST
Venue: Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet
The management of the Pakistani women’s cricket team will be very pleased with the performance of the Pakistani women cricketers in the last couple of games. The team’s performance in their last game against the Bangladesh women must have encouraged the managers. People like Muneeba Ali, Aliya Riaz, Nida Dar, Bismah Maroof, and Sidra Ameen are responsible for Pakistan’s women’s batting. They are expected to score all of Pakistan’s women’s eleven runs.
In their previous game, Pakistan women’s all-rounder Aliya Riaz performed admirably, finishing the innings with a top score of 57 runs from 36 balls. During her inning, she hit three sixes and five boundaries. Apart from Riaz, Muneeba Ali made a significant contribution with a superb 43 off 45 balls. In her inning, she had one six and four boundaries. Nida Dar, the veteran all-rounder for Pakistan women, continued her excellent form with an unbeaten 25 off 17 balls.
In terms of the Pakistan bowling attack, the team will rely on bowlers such as Nashra Sandhu, Nida Dar, Aiman Anwar, Nida Dar, Sadia Iqbal, and Tuba Hassan to provide crucial wickets at the right time. Aiman Anwar, Nashra Sandhu, and Sadia Iqbal each took a wicket in their previous game. Three Pakistani women bowlers each took a wicket in their last game against the UAE. Sadia Iqbal, Aiman Anwar, and Nashra Sandhu were their names.
Muneeba Ali(w), Sidra Ameen, Bismah Maroof(c), Omaima Sohail, Aliya Riaz, Ayesha Naseem, Nida Dar, Sadia Iqbal, Tuba Hassan, Aiman Anwer, Nashra Sandhu, Diana Baig, Sidra Nawaz, Kainat Imtiaz, Sadaf Shamas
Possible Playing XI:
Muneeba Ali (wk), Sidra Ameen, Bismah Maroof (c), Omaima Sohail, Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Ayesha Naseem, Sadia Iqbal, Tuba Hassan, Aiman Anwer, Nashra Sandhu
In terms of the Sri Lankan women’s batting order, the team will rely on players such as Nilakshi de Silva, Harshitha Madavi, and skipper Chamari Atapattu to score the majority of the runs. Nilakshi provided a crucial inning at the tail end of Sri Lanka’s innings in their previous rain-affected game, scoring 28 runs from 31 balls with a couple of boundaries. Harshitha Madavi scored 18 runs off 31 balls, and Hasini Perera added 11 runs off 17 balls.
Sugandhika Kumari, Malsha Shahani, Inoka Ranaweera, and Oshadi Ranasinghe, among others, are expected to provide timely breakthroughs in their bowling department. Inoka Ranaweera is Sri Lanka’s left-arm orthodox spinner. She was the standout bowler in the rain-shortened game, finishing with figures of 4 for 7 in just two overs. Sugandhika Kumari also bowled economically, but Oshadi Ranasinghe was the only other bowler among the wickets for Sri Lanka women in this game.
Nilakshi de Silva has scored 202 runs in her last ten games, averaging 25.25 and striking out 100 times. Sri Lankan captain Chamari Atapattu has also done well for the Sri Lankan women, scoring 193 runs in 10 games with a batting average of 21.44 and a strike rate of 89.76. Oshadi Ranasinghe has taken the most wickets for Sri Lanka, with 12 from nine games at an economy rate of 6.75 and a strike rate of 14.00. With 18 wickets from 10 games at an economy rate of 5.94 and a strike rate of 11.00, Inoka Ranaweera has been the most successful bowler for Sri Lanka women.
Harshitha Madavi, Chamari Athapaththu(c), Anushka Sanjeewani(w), Hasini Perera, Nilakshi de Silva, Kavisha Dilhari, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Malsha Shehani, Inoka Ranaweera, Sugandika Kumari, Achini Kulasuriya, Tharika Sewwandi, Madushika Methtananda, Rashmi Silva, Kaushani Nuthyangana
Possible Playing XI:
Harshitha Madavi, Chamari Athapaththu (c), Hasini Perera, Nilakshi de Silva, Anushka Sanjeewani (wk), Malsha Shehani, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Inoka Ranaweera, Sugandika Kumari, Kavisha Dilhari, Achini Kulasuriya
Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women Toss Prediction
Both teams will be eager to win the crucial toss, bat first, and post a competitive total. Recent matches at this venue have been won by the team that batted first.
Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women Pitch Report
The 21st match of the 2022 Women’s Asia Cup will be played at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium in Sylhet between Pakistan women and Sri Lanka women.
Pakistan has dominated the proceedings with nine victories in the 15 matches played between the two teams, while the Islanders have won six times.
The game-day wicket will provide some lateral movement for the bowlers. Due to the cloudy weather forecast for the game, the batsmen will need to demonstrate technique and temperament to survive the Powerplay overs.
Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women Prediction
Based on their current form, the Pakistan women will be overwhelming favorites to defeat the Sri Lanka women. Pakistan women will look to dominate the proceedings with the bat in this match, with openers Muneeba Ali and Sidra Ameen consistently producing runs at the top.
Sri Lanka women, on the other hand, will need to bat exceptionally well to defeat Pakistan women in this match. Check out the odds at Cricbaba!
Pakistan Women is the favourite to beat Sri Lanka Women at the odds of 1.38.
Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka Women Odds for Most Recommended Bet
Recommended Bet –
Nida Dar, the Pakistani off-spinner, has been one of the tournament’s most consistent bowlers. She is a strong contender to be Pakistan Women’s leading wicket-taker against Sri Lanka Women.