BANW vs INDW Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Jul 11, 2023

While Bangladesh and India have produced a number of notable and closely fought encounters when it comes to men’s cricket, there is still a huge gulf between the two sides in Women’s version of the game. India Women have grown leaps and bounds in the last few years but the same cannot be said with certainty about India's neighbors. Having said that, Bangladesh Women have certainly shown glimpses and they will be itching to get in the ranks as soon as possible. 


India Women are visiting Bangladesh for a long limited-overs tour, starting with a T20I series followed by the ODI leg. India are already 1-0 up in the T20I series that started a couple of days ago, leaving Bangladesh Women with everything to play for in the upcoming contest. India’s win here in this match will leave nothing but a shot at a consolation win for Bangladesh Women whereas a win for the hosts will break the series wide open. 


The second T20I of the series between India and Bangladesh is to be played on Tuesday, 11th July 2023 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur. It appears to be more of a mismatch on paper but such is the nature of the game and more so the format that the possibility of a cracker contest cannot be ruled out. Keep yourself glued to get the latest updates. 




<h2>Bangladesh Women vs India Women Head to Head </h2>


It's been about five years since India Women lost to Bangladesh Women. Both of the two matches that India Women have lost to Bangladesh Women came in the 2018 Asia Cup T20 and India Women have had the better of their neighbors thereafter. Out of a total of 13 meetings between the two, India Women have won 11 while Bangladesh Women have won 2. Both of the Bangladesh Women's wins came while chasing.  


<h2>Bangladesh Women vs India Women Live Telecast and Streaming </h2>


Much to the disappointment of Indian fans who like to watch it on television, there is no TV coverage of the series. However, you can stream and watch the match live for free on Youtube on the channel Bangladesh Cricket: The Tigers.  

BANW vs INDW Team Previews

Bangladesh Women

Bangladesh Women didn’t start with their full-strength side in the series but most of their changes were forced rather than planned. A few players injured and a few rested owing to poor performances pushed Bangladesh Women to field a side a little unexpected than their fans would have expected. However, we do not think that a different side would have made any changes to the result we witnessed in the first match. Bangladesh Women have plenty to work upon going into the second match if they are to even push India Women.




Bangladesh Women's already grim hopes were dashed by an impressive display of bowling from Pooja Vastrakar and Deepti Sharma, followed by a blistering fifty from Harmanpreet Kaur, as India cruised to a comprehensive seven-wicket victory in their first international match in over four months. The hosts were poor on all fronts and the scoreboard is an evidence enough of that. 




Bangladesh's Shathi Rani, who was making her debut, counterattacked by hitting Amanjot Kaur for three consecutive fours, propelling the hosts to a comfortable 46 for 1 after seven overs. It was a good start that needed their middle-order batters to capitalize but none of them looked comfortable as Bangladesh eventually crumbled for an under-par total. They lost wickets at regular intervals and the run rate dropped to five an over, as they suffered a major blow with their captain, Nigar Sultana, getting needlessly run-out. 




Had it not been for Shorna Akter's late onslaught, which allowed Bangladesh to cross the 100-run mark, they would have folded for an even lower total. They started their defense well, having India initially struggling at 6 runs off 16 balls, but a lack of control from their bowlers post a good start allowed India to easily earn back the control of the game. 




In pursuit of the target, Bangladesh got off to a dream start as Marufa Akter trapped Shafali Varma with an in-dipper in her first over. Jemimah Rodrigues managed a couple of elegant boundaries but was soon bowled by Sultana Khatun for 11. Overall, Bangladesh Women looked an out-of-form side and will need something magical to topple this heavyweight Indian side. They have personnel on-paper and if they can apply their skills to perfection, they might just stand a chance. 

Bangladesh Women Playing 11

Shathi Rani , Shamima Sultana, Sobhana Mostary, Nigar Sultana, Shorna Akter, Ritu Moni, Nahida Akter, Fahima Khatun, Marufa Akter, Sultana Khatun, Rabeya.

India Women

Although India suffered a narrow defeat to Australia in the T20 World Cup semi-final, they were on the verge of discovering their optimal lineup for short-format cricket. They showed that by comprehensively winning the first match of this series even though they had several key players, particularly in the bowling department, absent from the playing eleven as well as the squad traveling to Bangladesh.


While the series against Bangladesh may not generate as much buzz due to the relative strengths of the teams involved, India faces some challenging encounters in the upcoming year and this series can not only act as the preparatory ground for that, it also provides an opportunity for the youngsters to make a name for themselves. Notably, later this year, England and Australia are scheduled to visit India, in addition to the potential participation in the Asian Games.




Harmanpreet Kaur has been India’s ace of late in limited-overs cricket and it was no different in the first match as well. She was at the top of her mark right from the get go and a lot will be expected of her going forward as well, more so in the tournaments that follow this India Women tour of Bangladesh. 




It was important that India gets off to a good start and they certainly didn’t disappoint. India Women secured a dominant seven-wicket victory over Bangladesh in their first international match in over four months, thanks to outstanding bowling performances from Pooja Vastrakar and Deepti Sharma, followed by a swift fifty by Harmanpreet Kaur.




Opting to bowl first in favorable conditions with a touch of green on the surface, Harmanpreet's decision paid off as Vastrakar opened with a maiden over, displaying excellent swing in the air. Making her debut, Minnu Mani struck early, dismissing Shamima Sultana who attempted an aggressive shot but ended up holing out at deep square leg.




Bangladesh Women got off to a pretty stable start, but the Indian bowlers tightened their grip, with Vastrakar unsettling Rani with well-directed bouncers before uprooting her stumps. From there, Bangladesh’s scoring rate slowed down significantly as they struggled to find boundaries, losing three wickets in the process.




Deepti Sharma showcased her impeccable control, varying her lengths and speeds, well supported by Vastrakar and the two debutants, Mani and B. Anusha. In pursuit of the modest target, India Women got off to a poor start when Marufa Akter trapped Shafali Varma lbw with an in-swinging delivery. Jemimah Rodrigues struck a couple of boundaries but was soon dismissed by Sultana Khatun for 11. However, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet ensured that Bangladesh's joy was short-lived. Mandhana and Harmanpreet both capitalized on the loose deliveries as India reached 41 for 2 after six overs.




The duo took full advantage of every scoring opportunity, cashing in on the loose deliveries served to them. They compiled a vital partnership of 70 runs off just 55 balls for the third wicket. By the time Mandhana was stumped for a well-made 38, the game was firmly in India's control. In a fitting end, Harmanpreet sealed the victory with a four through midwicket, completing an emphatic performance by India Women. Harmanpreet completed her 11th T20I fifty as well. 




All in all, India Women looks a stronger side on paper and hence it proved in the first match as well. They would not want to be complacent going forward and if play to their potential, they should be on their way to score yet another easy win in this upcoming match. 

India Women Playing 11

Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harleen Deol, Yastika Bhatia, Pooja Vastrakar, Deepti Sharma, Amanjot Kaur, Bareddy Anusha, Minnu Mani.

BANW vs INDW Betting Tips

In the first match, Bangladesh Women's strong start was nullified by a disciplined bowling performance from India, and a commanding fifty from Harmanpreet Kaur propelled India to a comfortable seven-wicket victory in their first international match in over four months. While we expect Bangladesh Women to put up an improved performance in the second match, it might not be enough to challenge the Indians. Given the gulf of skills between the two sides, we might not see a change in result in the upcoming match as well. Also, India Women would be better acquainted with the conditions and that will work to their advantage. A bet on India’s win does not promise a huge reward, but is pretty safe to say the least. A bet on India’s win is certainly the way to go here. 

Today Match Prediction

India Women To Win the Match, 1.04

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Bangladesh Women 61.90% (26)
India Women 38.10% (16)
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