India Women beat Malaysia by 50 runs.
The first T20I of the Women’s Asia Cup saw India beat Thailand by 50 runs. The women’s team was led by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, who put up a good all-around performance to clinch the win. The Indian side finished the innings on 66 for two, which was a comfortable victory.
India had a strong bowling attack in this match, with bowlers taking three wickets for 11 runs. The Indian spinners bowled out Thailand for 37, and their top order contributed to the target. The India batting order lost Shafali Verma, but India reached 132/4 in 20 overs.
Thailand Women started on the wrong foot, losing their first two matches, but they soon recovered to win the next three. They beat Malaysia and Pakistan Women in their last game to reach the semifinals. After losing the first two games, the team is looking to make the final. Their left-arm spinner Thipatcha Putthawong and right-arm spinner Nattakan Chatham took eight wickets between them, and Naruemol Chaiwai has been in good form with the bat.
After beating the UAE Women, India Women will take on Thailand Women in the final game of the Women’s Asia Cup 2022. The Indian Women won four games in this competition. In their last game, they beat Bangladesh Women by four wickets and Malaysia Women by eight wickets. The winner of this match will face the winner of the other semi-final.
Thailand is 35/4 in 11 overs, but India is still a big target. Sneh Rana bowls for six in her first over. Chanida is clean bowled for 1 off seven, but the Thai innings are not over.
India Women bowled out Thailand for just 37 in just 15.1 overs.
In a one-day international against Thailand, India’s Women bowled out their opponents for just 37 runs in 15.1 overs. Despite Thailand’s best efforts, their batters could not defend the low-scoring total. The only double-figure scorer for Thailand was Nannapat Koncharoenkai, who hit 13 off 18 balls. The bowling of India’s off-break bowlers helped them to restrict Thailand’s batting order. Sneh Rana took three wickets, while Deepti Sharma and Rajeshwari Gayakwad took two wickets each. Pooja Vastrakar was wicketless.
After an opening stand of 36, the visitors must chase the run rate down to a manageable 33.3. In the powerplay, the Thais score 16 runs in a quarter-innings over in the next over, Sneh Rana bowls slightly full of inviting Naruemol Chaiwai to the crease. Sneh Rana then bowls a full straight to the off-side region. The left-arm spinner bowls a full delivery, and the ball goes past the fielder for four.
The Indian spinners had the upper hand in the bowling department as they bowled out Thailand for just 37 in 15.1 overs. During the first innings, Sneh Rana picked up three wickets for India, and Deepti Sharma took two. Meghna Singh also accounted for one batter.
India Women defeated Thailand Women’s side by nine wickets in Sylhet, Bangladesh. With the opposition bowling for just 37 in 15.1 overs, India women could chase the target easily. Sabbhineni Meghana, Poja Vastrakar, and Sneh Rana contributed to the winning total.
Earlier, India Women had thrashed Bangladesh by 59 runs in their first match, while Thailand defeated Malaysia by 50 runs in the second one. India Women will now play Australia in the semi-finals. Deepti Sharma will lead the Indian attack, while Smriti Mandhana will make her 100th T20I.
India Women’s bowling attack
The bowling attack of India Women was impressive and dominated Thailand in their Women’s Asia Cup match today. The bowlers restricted the Thailand side to under 150 runs in six overs and took three wickets. With this win, India Women move to the top of the group and will be looking to keep this momentum going.
India’s bowling attack was excellent against Thailand as their top order struggled to score runs in the first innings. Sneh Rana took three wickets, and Deepti Sharma and Rajeshwari Gayakwad each took two. However, Thailand’s top order will likely struggle against an India Women’s bowling attack. As a result, the net run rate will be low.
After a promising start, Indian batters struggled to score runs and lost wickets. Jemimah Rodrigues lofted a six to long-on off Thipatcha Putthawong in her first over. Deepti then claimed two wickets in successive overs to reduce Thailand to 132 for 5. The wicketkeeper Richa Ghosh was caught in front of the wicket by Deepti in her last over.
India’s bowling attack is again in top gear in the next over. Deepti Sharma takes the new ball and bowls a tidy over. Soon after, Rajeshwari Gayakwad joins the attack. She bowls a good over for the third wicket.
Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian women’s team captain, said she was proud of her team’s recent performance against Bangladesh Women. She believes the team’s performance is good enough to qualify for the semifinals.
India Women’s batting attack
The India Women’s batting attack has been impressive in their semifinal match against Thailand, and they will be aiming to make it to the final. With a 100% record in the tournament, India look set for a win against Thailand and a berth in the final. On the other hand, Thailand Women have played very little cricket so far and have conceded wickets at regular intervals. However, reaching the final will boost their confidence.
India Women scored a respectable total against Thailand in their previous game despite the limited overs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur said she is happy with the team’s performance. However, she believes that India’s batting attack has room for improvement.
India Women will be aiming to make their campaign at the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 even better, with their batting attack at a high level. Jemimah Rodrigues and Shafali Verma have been the team’s batting attack stars.
Thailand is 35/4 after 11 overs. Sneh Rana bowls a tidy over, dismissing Naruemol Chaiwai for only one run. India Women’s bowling attack has been solid all night. However, the pacers are still finding it difficult to make a breakthrough against Thailand Women.
Thailand Women’s batting attack
India Women vs. Thailand Women’s cricket match: India Women’s batting attack is proving too strong for the Thais. Earlier, India scored 148 for six, but Thailand only added eight runs to their total. The Indian bowlers have taken 6 wickets in this match and will now look to make more. Thailand’s batting attack collapsed after the PowerPlay.
In their last match, Thailand Women beat Malaysia by 50 runs to win the Group C fixture. They also beat UAE and Pakistan Women in the Women’s Asia Cup. In their last match, Thailand made 115/5 in 20 overs. Their bowlers restricted Malaysia to 65/8. The win means that Thailand Women have won three out of their last four matches and have gained some momentum.
Thailand starts the match 35/4. Sneh Rana bowls the opening over for six runs. Nattaya Boochatham and Naruemol Chaiwai are at the crease. But both fail to capitalize on two no-balls. Thailand Women will now require 100 runs from 36 balls.
India Women vs. Thailand Women’s bowling attack: India’s bowlers have proved their worth. Their all-rounders have been outstanding throughout the tournament. The bowling attack is among the best in the world. They have a batting line-up that is second only to Australia.
India Women vs. Thailand Women’s bowling attack: India Women have played five out of five games, and only one game has been lost. In the group stage, they beat Pakistan by four wickets and Malaysia Women in Kuala Lumpur. They have proven a formidable opponent this season and will look to continue this dominance against Thailand Women.