Pakistan Women vs Bangladesh Women 2nd ODI prediction who will win 06 Oct 2015

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Pakistan Women vs Bangladesh Women 2nd ODI prediction who will win 06 Oct 2015

Pakistan women vs Bangladesh women 2nd ODI will be played tomorrow at Karachi. The hosts are in a good spirit at the moment thanks to the easy victory at the first game. This series has faced with plenty of controversy off the field, but now thanks to all the performance on the field people are focusing on the game. Bangladesh women’s team may be defeated in the first match but one thing everyone has to agree that both the women’s team played high-quality cricket in the first game. Thanks to the exciting first game the series are now generating interest among fans all over the world.

This is a two-match series, so the host cannot lose the series now. In the first game, Pakistan Captain Sana Mir won the toss and she decided to go for batting first. It was a great decision since the pitch is perfect for batting and has absolutely nothing to offer when it comes to bowlers. But sadly the Pakistan team did not have the start that they wanted. Both the openers went back to the pavilion before making any significant contribution to team’s score. But then the hero of the match came to bat. Bismah Maroof played one of the best innings of her career. She got out on 92 but by that time Pakistan was in a good position. It was a shame that she missed out on one day hundred. None of the other Pakistani players contributed much with the bat. But Pakistan still went on to score 214 in 50 over. Captain Sana Nair was a big flop with the bat; she was out on a duck and that too in a relatively bad ball. But 214 was not a bad score and a lot of people thought that Pakistan team had a good chance to defend the score.

Anyway, Bangladesh team that came to the Pakistan has a lot of inexperience players and this was a pressure match. There is a lot of problem with two match series, if one team loses the first match then they also lose the chance to win the series, the best thing they can do then is to level the series. It was a big total and Pakistan’s home ground, so it felt that the confidence of Bangladeshi players was little shaken even before they started their innings. But surprisingly most of the players at the top batting order got a good start; however, none of them were able to capitalize the good start and went back to the pavilion before making even 30. Rumana Ahmed scored a good 70, but she did not have much help from her other teammates. The entire team was only able to make 194 runs in 50 over. So Pakistan did not win by a huge margin, the Bangladesh team management needs to tell their players that if one other player along with Rumana stayed at the wicket then may have won the first game. If they want to win Pakistan women vs Bangladesh women 2nd ODI then they need to perform well as a team.

Pakistan women vs Bangladesh women 2nd ODI is said to have much more spectator than the first game. Pakistan cannot lose the series anymore, so there will be a lot less pressure on them. If Bangladesh wants to win the game and level the series then they have to keep their nerve calm under pressure. They have talents, but what they need is more patients while batting and at least two big partnerships. Pakistan on the other hand will want to win the series 2-0.

Pakistan Women vs Bangladesh Women Predictions Who Will Win

Pakistan Women win this Match

Pakistan Women vs Bangladesh Women Toss Prediction

Bangladesh Women will win Toss 


Pakistan Women Team
Aliya Riaz, Anam Amin, Asmavia Iqbal, Ayesha Zafar, Batool Fatima, Bismah Maroof, Diana Baig, Iram Javed, Javeria Khan, Marina Iqbal, Nain Abidi, Nida Dar, Rabiya Shah†, Sana Mir*, Sania Khan, Sidra Ameen, Sumaiya Siddiqi

Bangladesh Women Team
Ayasha Rahman, Fahima Khatun, Fargana Hoque, Jahanara Alam, Khadija Tul Kubra, Lata Mondal, Nahida Akter, Nigar Sultana, Panna Ghosh, Ritu Moni, Rumana Ahmed, Salma Khatun*, Shamima Sultana†, Sharmin Akhter, Sharmin Sultana


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