• TournamentWomens Asia Cup 2022
  • DateOct 13, 2022
  • FormatT20
  • VenueSylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  • Time07:30


Pakistan Women1.48 Sri Lanka Women2.75


The women’s second semi-final of the 2022 Asia Cup will feature Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka. Pakistani women have a strong winning record versus Sri Lanka entering into this T20I match. They will feel confident taking on the same opponents in this crucial final as a consequence. After their dismal performance in their most recent competition, the Sri Lankan squad will have a tremendous task in this game. The ladies of Sri Lanka don’t do well against the women of Pakistan, and their morale will be very low following their terrible performance in the most recent game. Only a few games versus Pakistani women have Sri Lankan ladies been able to win in the last 10 years. They will undoubtedly have this in the back of their thoughts throughout the game. On the other side, Pakistani women did well in the sport and won significant matches. You can only imagine the stress on both sides in this high-stakes contest.



Bismah Maroof, the captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket team, would be optimistic about her side’s chances in this game. The Pakistani women’s team has the advantage since they comprehensively defeated the Sri Lankan women’s team in their most recent match. Particularly strong throughout the tournament has been the Pakistani women’s bowling assault. Maroof will be eager to take advantage of these favorable events for her team and turn them into a victory in this Asia Cup 2022 quarterfinal encounter.

In terms of the Pakistani opening stand, they will continue to put their trust in Muneeba Ali and Sidra Ameen to perform well in this critical game. These two have the ability to completely eliminate the opponent from the game and put a side in a winning position. Maroof, Pakistan’s captain, gives stability to the middle order of the batting order. Along with Omaima Sohail and Nida Dar in the middle order, she’ll be trying to add some fast runs. The batting order will have more depth thanks to the additions of Ayesha Naseem and Aliya Riaz.

The bowling assault of Pakistan’s women, however, caused the Sri Lankan women the greatest problems in the previous game. Aiman Anwar and Sadia Iqbal, Pakistan’s new ball bowlers, would be hoping to repeat their former performance in this match. Omaima Sohail, who claimed five wickets in the last game, will be the bowler who will be most confident going into this encounter. She will be expected to put up another outstanding performance by the Pakistani women’s squad. Other bowlers on the squad, such Nida Dar and Tuba Hassan, contribute to the team’s strong bowling lineup.


The Sri Lankan captain Chamari Atapattu, on the other hand, would be trying to forget the team’s loss to their Asian opponents in their most recent encounter. When the batting order of elite teams disintegrated in critical games, we have seen similar things happen in the past. Atapattu is the kind of athlete who enjoys taking the team by the reins. To attempt to defeat this opponent who is now on a run, she will need to prod the team into playing at the edge of their seats. They will be eligible to compete in the Asia Cup finals in 2022 if they win this game, which would be the first time since 2008.

Harshitha Madavi has been the Sri Lankan women’s batter who has been in excellent shape. With Chamari Atapattu, the skipper of Sri Lanka, up front, she will need to establish a significant first wicket partnership. The remaining batsmen for Sri Lanka have had uneven tournament performances. They will depend on Nilakshi de Silva, Anushka Sanjeewani, and Kavisha Dilhari, three of their key hitters, to perform well in the game. Oshadi Ranasinghe and Malsha Shahani will be expected to add some significant runs for the bottom middle order.

Oshadi Ranasinghe and Sugandika Kumari, the Sri Lankan women’s bowling attack, will need to provide their side early breakthroughs to put themselves in a comfortable position in the game. It has been Achini Kulasuriya’s success to trouble Pakistani ladies. She is likely to perform the same way in this match as well. The Pakistani women’s cricket squad has a very deep batting order, thus Kavisha Dilhari, Atapattu, and Inoka Ranaweera must bowl with precision and aim to take the odd wicket or two.


A team has always found it difficult to defend a score at this location. The squad will benefit from knowing the victory aim since this pitch greatly aids bowlers in their efforts. In order to take advantage of the favorable early morning bowling conditions, the side that wins the toss will attempt to bowl first here.


The weather service predicts that on October 13th, there will be clouds in the sky. Because of the bowlers’ ability to cause the ball to travel about, it will be challenging to bat at this location. Despite the lightning-quick Sylhet outfield, this pitch will be two-paced, making it difficult to bat on. We have seen low-scoring games here in previous times, so a total of about 150 runs should be enough to defend at the field. The Sylhet International Cricket Ground is not your typical T20 cricket ground with high scoring. One of the few sub-continental venues that helps bowlers is this one. It’s difficult to score runs on the wicket because of the cold temperatures present at the location. The opening innings are usually when this occurs. Bowling on these lanes will be enjoyable for faster bowlers on both teams.


In recent months, the Sri Lankan women’s cricket squad has been mostly inconsistent. The elite bowling assault in this game will put the Lankan batsmen to the test. Particularly the Pakistani spinners will be prepared for this task. On the other hand, Pakistani women have expertise in both areas of the sport. They employ athletes who are more composed. They will become strong favorites to win this game as a result. We’re going to wager on Pakistan to win this game.


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