• TournamentWomens Asia Cup 2022
  • DateOct 11, 2022
  • FormatT20
  • VenueSylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  • Time07:30


Pakistan Women1.39 Sri Lanka Women3.13

The 21st match of the women’s Asia Cup in 2022 pits Pakistan women versus Sri Lanka women. This game will take place in Sri Lanka at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. In their most recent match, Sri Lanka’s women narrowly defeated Bangladesh’s women in a game marred by rain. The outstanding performances by Harshitha Madavi, Inoka Ranaweera, and Nilakshi de Silva were a big part of this victory. On the other hand, Pakistan’s women have been able to gain some momentum after defeating formidable opponents like India and the UAE. These outcomes have guaranteed a spot for Pakistani women in the competition’s semi-finals.



The management of the Pakistani women’s cricket team would be quite happy with how their players have played over the last few of games. The management must be encouraged by the team’s performance in their most recent match against the ladies of Bangladesh. The responsibility for Pakistan’s women’s batting falls on players like Muneeba Ali, Aliya Riaz, Nida Dar, Bismah Maroof, and Sidra Ameen. They are anticipated to score the whole team’s runs for Pakistan.

The Pakistan women’s all-rounder Aliya Riaz performed very well in their most recent match, finishing the innings with a maximum score of 57 runs that she scored from 36 balls. Throughout her innings, she smashed five boundaries and three sixes. Along with Riaz, Muneeba Ali also contributed significantly, scoring an outstanding 43 from 45 balls. In her innings, she smashed one six and four boundaries. Nida Dar, an experienced all-rounder for Pakistan’s women, continued her stellar play with an unbeaten 25 from 17 balls.

In terms of their bowling assault, the Pakistani squad will look to bowlers like Nashra Sandhu, Nida Dar, Aiman Anwar, Nida Dar, Sadia Iqbal, and Tuba Hassan to help them out when they need some crucial wickets most. Aiman Anwar, Nashra Sandhu, and Sadia Iqbal all bowled well to claim a wicket each in their most recent match. Three Pakistani women bowlers each took a wicket in their team’s most recent match against the UAE. They were Nashra Sandhu, Aiman Anwar, and Sadia Iqbal.


The majority of the runs for the Pakistani women’s squad will be scored by players like Nilakshi de Silva, Harshitha Madavi, and captain Chamari Atapattu in the team’s batting order. Nilakshi contributed a significant inning in the tail of of Sri Lanka’s innings in their most recent rain-affected game, scoring 28 runs off of 31 balls while hitting a handful of boundaries. Hasini Perera contributed 11 runs from 17 deliveries, while Harshitha Madavi added 18 runs from 31 balls.

It is up to players like Sugandhika Kumari, Malsha Shahani, Inoka Ranaweera, and Oshadi Ranasinghe to provide them crucial breakthroughs in their bowling department. Inoka Ranaweera is the left-handed orthodox spinner for Sri Lanka. In the rain-affected game, she concluded with the figures of 4 for 7 in the span of only two overs, making her the one to watch among the bowlers. Oshadi Ranasinghe was the only other bowler for Sri Lanka women in this game who was among the wickets and bowled economically, while Sugandhika Kumari did not.

In her past 10 games, Nilakshi de Silva has scored 202 runs with an average of 25.25 and a strike rate of 100. With 193 runs from 10 games with a batting average of 21.44 and a strike rate of 89.76, Sri Lankan captain Chamari Atapattu has also performed well for the team’s female players. Oshadi Ranasinghe, who has 12 wickets from 9 games at an economy rate of 6.75 and a strike rate of 14.00, has taken the most wickets for Sri Lanka. The most effective bowler for Sri Lanka’s women has been Inoka Ranaweera, who has 18 wickets from 10 games with an economy rate of 5.94 and a strike rate of 11.0.


Both of these sides will be attempting to claim the crucial toss, bat first, and post a respectable score. The teams who batted first won the most recent two games held there.


The match’s prepared pitch is anticipated to provide the bowling assault some lateral movement. The batsmen will need to play cautiously and accurately to score runs given the foggy weather anticipated for this match. To survive the powerplay overs, they will also need to show a lot of temperament. There is a probability of rain falling throughout the game, and the temperature will range from 23 to 30 degrees. During the game, a little breeze is anticipated.


There have already been 15 games between these two teams. With 9 victories, Pakistan’s ladies have dominated the competition, while the island country has only won 6 games. According to recent results, Pakistani women are the undisputed favourites to win in this match versus Sri Lankan women. Muneeba Ali and Sidra Ameen have continued to score runs at the top for Pakistan’s ladies. Pakistan’s female team will be eager to control the game’s batting portion. Pakistan is predicted to win in this match and go farther in the standings.


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