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When Sri Lanka's tour of Pakistan brought international cricket back to Pakistan, Bangladesh's Women tour of Pakistan will do a bit more to shrug off the safety concerns a few teams have to play cricket in Pakistan. Bangladesh Women are touring Pakistan to play three T20 Internationals followed by a couple of One Day Internationals. The series is set to begin with the first match to be played at the iconic venue of Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore on 26th October.
Pakistan haven't played cricket for a long time now, five months to be precise, and this series will be one of the very few opportunities they are going to get to test their combination before the marquee ICC event next year. Although they have a busy schedule, the difficulty level of their opponents is only going to increase after this series.
Pakistan have a pretty well-balanced squad, at least on paper, and the familiarity of playing in the conditions prevalent at Lahore is going to be of considerable advantage for them.
Bismah Maroof, their skipper, has pretty good experience of playing ad leading the side and will be key to the fortunes of the home side. With a couple of familiar names absent, we are likely to see some emerging players getting an opportunity to play in the upcoming tour. Regardless of that, beating Pakistan in their home conditions is not going to be easy for the tourists in not just the upcoming match, but also in the matches to follow.
Sidra Nawaz, Bismah Maroof, Sidra Ameen, Iram Javed, Omaima Sohail, Javeria Khan, Aliya Riaz, Kainat Imtiaz, Anam Amin, Sadia Iqbal, Diana Baig.
Bangladesh's Women team are coming into the tournament on the back of a superb performance in Women's World T20 Qualifiers. Bangladesh Women impressed one and all by winning all the matches and eventually lifting the trophy.
They were already a strong team in the World Cup Qualifiers and the return of Rumana Ahmed, who was out of the Qualifiers due to an injury, will boost their chances significantly. Almost all the top performers in the qualifiers for the Bangladesh Women are included in this squad.
Led by Salma Khatun in the T20I leg of the tour, this Bangladesh unit looks pretty strong on paper and should present a tough competition for the hosts. They'll take this series as a preparation for the World T20, which is set to be played next year, and we do not expect them to hold anything back when they take the field in the first match of the series.
Nigar Sultana, Shamima Sultana, Fargana Hoque, Sanjida Islam, Ayasha Rahman, Rumana Ahmed, Jahanara Alam, Salma Khatun, Khadija Tul Kubra, Lata Mondal, Panna Ghosh.
Considering that the ICC World T20 is not too far, this is an important series for both sides. Bangladesh women are coming off a superb win in World Cup Qualifiers and will be riding high on confidence. Having said that, Pakistan are a much stronger and better-balanced unit, at least on paper, and have the advantage of playing at home. Keeping that in mind, we think that betting on Pakistan would be a safe option to get 1.333 times as a return on investment.
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