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In the Women’s Cricket World Cup, the Indian team will play its sixth match against Bangladesh on Tuesday. This match between the two teams will be played in Hamilton. After the defeat in the last two matches, this match is going to be very important for India. Team India will have to win this match at any cost to remain in the semi-final race.
India benefited from Pakistan’s victory
The match between West Indies and Pakistan was played in the Women’s World Cup today. In this match, Pakistan team won by 8 wickets. With this win, the run rate of West Indies has become worse than before. At the same time, the rain rate of Team India is much better than West Indies. In such a situation, if Team India gets victory against Bangladesh, then the road to the semi-finals will be a little easier.
Record 100% against Bangladesh
So far only 4 ODI matches have been played between India and Bangladesh and in all, Team India has won. The last match between the two was played 5 years ago in 2017, which India won by 9 wickets. In the ICC Women’s World Cup, both the teams will compete against each other for the first time.
Poonam should get a chance
Poonam Yadav has not got a chance to play a single match in this tournament so far, but she can prove to be a match winner for India against Bangladesh. Legbreak spinner Poonam Yadav has taken 79 wickets in 57 ODIs. At the same time, he has taken 11 wickets in 9 matches of the World Cup.
He also took 3 wickets in 2 matches against BAN. Mithali Raj would definitely like to bet on Poonam in this important match.
Bangladesh lost 3 out of 4 matches
Bangladesh has played 4 matches in the tournament and won 1 match, the team had to face defeat in 3 matches. Bangladesh World Cup has made a big difference. The team defeated Pakistan by 9 runs in a thrilling match. BAN can surprise the fans even against India.
The match will start at 6:30 am
This match will start at 6:30 am Indian time (IST). The toss will take place at 6 pm. This match can be seen on the channels of Star Sports Network with commentary in different languages.