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The start to the Women's World T20 couldn't have been in any better. The competition to qualify for the next round is intense in both groups and road to the semi-finals is going to be easy for any side. With Pakistan's win over West Indies, a situation in Group B got tighter as four teams were then tied with two points each, separated only be net run-rate. While net run-rate is going to be crucial at the back-end of the tournament, the points are what that is going to matter the most. On net run-rate, England are miles ahead of all other teams and will like to reassert their dominance with the big win in the next match. They are set to play Pakistan, who are coming off a big win over Windies, and would be brimming with confidence. Although there is a truckloads of difference between the two sides on paper, things can be a lot different on field. England will have to fight hard in this match and a cracking contest is certainly on the cards. The match is to be played on 28th February at Manuka Oval, Canberra.
Rising against all odds, Pakistan got off to a flying start in this World T20 as they raced past West Indies in their opening encounter of the tournament. Coming into the tournament, Pakistan were the lowest-seeded side, but certainly didn't play like one against West Indies.
Chasing a relatively easier total, Pakistan opened their innings with a flourish as Javeria Khan and Muneeba Ali scored at a rapid rate. They knocked off more than half the required runs in around eight overs. However, both the openers were dismissed soon thereafter and Pakistan needed their middle order to step up. Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar took some time to settle in, but made merry once they were in. Pakistan eventually won the match by eight wickets and plenty of deliveries to spare.
While it were their openers that won the match for Pakistan, it were actually their bowlers who set up the match for them. Diana Baig was brilliant in the powerplay overs and sent two of the West Indies' batsmen back to the pavilion. Pakistan were disciplined right through the innings and never allowed West Indies to launch an assault, which their fans kept waiting for.
Pakistan were brilliant in both the departments of the game, but they'd like to improve their fielding in the upcoming matches. They were too many lapses in the field and poor fielding is something they cannot afford when pitted against stronger opponents.
Amy Ellen Jones, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Lauren Winfield, Anya Shrubsole, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn.
The two teams seeded at first and second spot respectively followed a similar pattern to get started in the tournament. After facing an unanticipated defeat at the hands of South Africa, England Women bounced back with a terrific win over Thailand Women.
They once again got off to an extremely poor start as they lost both their openers without many runs on the board. However, their most in-form batsmen, Heather Knight came to their rescue as she not only ressurected English innings, but also took England to a formidable total. Nat Sciver and Heather Knight added 169 runs for the third wicket as England scored a towering total of 176 in first innings.
A total of 176 was always going to be out of reach for Thailand women and it didn't prove to be any different. England bowlers were spectacular right from the word go as Thailand's batsmen didn't get any chance to score quickly whatsover. England were clinical in the field as restricted Thailand for just 78 runs.
Javeria Khan, Muneeba Ali, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar, Omaima Sohail, Iram Javed, Aliya Riaz, Sidra Nawaz, Aiman Anwer, Diana Baig, Sadia Iqbal.
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Before the World Cup began, it was was fairly easy to choose between the two sides. England are clearly a better side between the two, at least on paper and enjoy the favorites' status by the bookies. Having said that, considering the kind of performance that Pakistan put in their first match, it is difficult to disregard them. There isn't a lot of difference if we consider only the recent form. While Pakistan have a good unit that was brilliant against West Indies, we do not see the same happening against England. England have a more experienced and better balanced side and are, therefore, our pick to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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