India’s first match in the Women’s T20 World Cup is against Pakistan. The preparations for this match have been completed. Both the teams would like to win this match to start their World Cup campaign on a winning note. India recently won the Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. Now the senior team has also joined the tournament with the intention of winning the T20 World Cup. India’s team is much stronger than Pakistan, but in T20 one or two players together can change the result of the match. In such a situation, India will have to be careful with the experienced players of Pakistan. Here we are telling about those players of both the teams, who can turn the match on their own.
Indian team’s opener Mandhana is not sure to play in the first match, but she will definitely play the match if she is fit. Because Mandhana has won many matches for India on her own. This left-handed player bats aggressively from the beginning and has made many records in T20 cricket. In this match too, she can become the reason for Pakistan’s defeat.
Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur is the best T20 player of the team. She has single-handedly won India against a strong team like Australia. In such a situation, it will not be very difficult for them to beat Pakistan. Harmanpreet Kaur has the ability to hit big sixes and she is capable of scoring runs very quickly.
Shafali Verma’s contribution was immense in India’s Under-19 team winning the T20 World Cup. He did wonders with both the ball and the bat along with his captaincy. He scored runs at a strike rate close to 200 in the Under-19 World Cup and gave India a stormy start in every match. For this reason, India was able to score big in most of the matches. She can do wonders against Pakistan as well.
Pakistan’s star all-rounder Nida Dar has been in excellent form with the ball. She can create problems for Team India with her spin. At the same time, he specializes in turning matches with the bat as well. India will need to be most careful with Nida Dar in this match.
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