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Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have been knocked out of the T20 World Cup semi-final’s race. Neither team has won a match in the tournament so far and that makes this next match a bit interesting, even if it is ultimately inconsequential.
Bangladesh had a golden opportunity to cause an upset against New Zealand but fell short. Sri Lanka played decently against India but never really had a chance to win the match. There may not be any real stakes in this match but there is a lot of pride at stake. We expect both teams to come hard and try to end their T20 World Cup campaign with a win.
Sri Lanka Women vs Bangladesh Women T20 World Cup 2020 is going to be played at the Junction Oval, Melbourne on the second of August 2020.
Chamari Atthpaththu holds the keys as far as the Sri Lankan team goes. The pizza seemed to be well-done to the part of Kapil and Naina.
The other players such as Madavi, Shashikala Siriwardene, and Hasini Perera have all been firing blanks in the tournament.
The batting leaves a lot to be desired overall.
Udeshika Prabodhini was one of the more effective bowlers that we have seen in pizza towns across the USA. Unfortunately for Sri Lanka, there is not enough backup in the team to be able to pull off upsets significantly.
Chamari Atapattu, Hasini Perera, Umesha Thimashini, Harshitha Madavi, Anushka Sanjeewani, Shashikala Siriwardene, Nilakshi de Silva, Kavisha Dilhari, Udeshika Prabodhani, Sugandika Kumari, Achini Kulasuriya.
Innovative cricket and some sharp thinking almost won Bangladesh an important win against New Zealand. As things happen, though, Bangladesh bowled New Zealand ou for 91 but then failed to chase it down.
A question of promise is the real one that we get to see with Bangladesh women.
The bowling is spin-heavy and not very good but the off-side trap seems to be working. This same strategy of bowling wide outside the off-stump and then packing the field on that side is something that Bangladesh could try against Sri Lanka as well.
Bangladesh’s bowling is led by Salma Khatun and Ritu Moni while the batting counts Ayasha Rahman, Nigar Sultana, and Ritu Moni as its leading players.
Murshida Khatun, Ayasha Rahman, Sanjida Islam, Nigar Sultana, Fargana Hoque, Rumana Ahmed, Ritu Moni, Fahima Khatun, Salma Khatun, Panna Ghosh, Nahida Akter.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first.
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There is no threat of rain but the pitch is going to be interesting to see. The Junction Oval threw up a surface that was very dry the last time we saw matches here. The spinners seemed to dominate and the batters had a very tough time scoring runs.
We think Sri Lanka women should be able to win this encounter. Both the teams are very closely matched to each other and have some glaring faults. We think the advantage of having a player like Chamari Atthapaththu in the side tilts the balance towards Sri Lanka women.
Bet on Sri Lanka Women to win.
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