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For a series which was so well fought with South Africa Women winning the second encounter by eight wickets following Pakistan's win in the first ODI by the same margin, there couldn't have been a more fitting finish. The third ODI between the two sides was tied with Pakistan ending up on 265 with one wicket to spare. Both the teams and fans will be eager to watch them lock horns in the first T20I of the series which is to be played on 15th May at Pretoria. Considering the way ODI series panned out, the fan-following for this series would have only increased and we expect the upcoming match to be a cracker of a contest.
Batting first on a decent batting wicket, South African women got off to a scintillating start with both their batsmen scoring a fifty each. Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt continued their good run to provide their side with a platform to launch from.
However, their middle-order which has largely struggled in the recent times, didn't click once against barring the exception of Sune Luss, their skipper, who happened to score 80 off 84 deliveries.
While their batting did reasonably well, it was their bowling which failed to impress everyone. At one moment, the total of 265 was looking way above par than it actually overall was.
Lizelle Lee, Sune Luus, Mignon du Preez, Chloe Tryon, Marizanne Kapp, Sinalo Jafta, Shabnim Ismail, Masabata Klaas, Tumi Sekhukhune, Tazmin Brits, Moseline Daniels.
Considering the fight they gave the hosts, Pakistan women would have been considerably happy to finish the game with one run short of a win in their last match. Having said that, it was a matter of being so close yet so far for the Pakistanis.
Pakistani women certainly managed to put in a much-improved performance which we had hardly seemed from them in either in the build-up of the series or against any other side. They, however, played out of their skins to first keep South Africa to a relatively reasonable score and then to almost chase it down.
Overall, this Pakistani unit is certainly a much improved and a more powerful batting unit as compared to what we saw a couple of months ago. Their bowling has done well in the middle-overs which, the performance in which can so often make or break a game. Considering the way they've done in the series so far, they're certainly not going to be walkovers in the first T20I of the series as was perceived earlier by many pundits.
Javeria Rauf, Bismah Maroof, Iram Javed, Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Omaima Sohail, Sana Mir, Sidra Nawaz, Kainat Imtiaz, Nashra Sandhu, Fatima Sana.
It was an extremely well-fought fixture with things right down to the wire on for the most part of the game. Pakistan have so far done well to portray the kind performance seen from these. While we are unlikely to see anything on a similar terms, replacing the duo will take a colossal effort and therefore South African women are better equipped to upcoming encounter.
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