RSAW vs BANW Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Dec 08, 2023

The second match of the T20 series was washed out and so this final match becomes a must-win for South Africa Women. They trail 1-0 coming into the series and have to win to be able to salvage a draw. For Bangladesh Women, this is an opportunity to make history. 

South Africa Women vs Bangladesh Women T20 Head-to-Head

Both teams have met each other 13 times out of which South Africa Women have won 10 times, Bangladesh Women two times, and one match was a no-result.

South Africa Women vs Bangladesh Women T20 Series Live Streaming and Broadcast in India

The match can be streamed on the Fancode app. It is not being broadcast on television. 

RSAW vs BANW Team Previews

South Africa Women

South Africa Women brought back some of their experienced players like Laura Wolvaardt and strengthened their side after the shock defeat in the opening match. The fact of the matter remains that South Africa is a side that is rebuilding after some big retirements and is pretty vulnerable. 

The batting depends very easily on Wolvaardt and although Tazmin Brits, Sune Luus, and Anneka Bosch are all extremely talented players, a collapse never seems too far away from this team. We also think that the South African team needs to improve how it approaches steady spin as that was an area they were found wanting in during the first match of the series. 

The bowling is inexperienced as well. Tumi Sekhukhune, Masabata Klaas, and Nonkululeko Mlaba will lead the charge for the South Africans. There is an absence of genuine pace in this lineup and the ability run through sides that was apparent with South African sides of the past. 

South Africa Women Playing 11

Tazmin Brits, Laura Wolvaardt, Anneke Bosch, Sune Luus, Lara Goodall, Delmi Tucker, Eliz Mari Marx, Sinalo Jafta, Masabata Klaas, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Ayanda Hlubi.

Bangladesh Women

Bangladesh Women would have been happy to see the second match rained out. They are now in an advantageous position with South Africa Women needing to make all the moves. Bangladesh's approach to T20 cricket has evolved in the last 12 months and this team has seen a lot of success off late. 

The batting form of Nigar Sultana, Murshida Khatun, and the emergence of a number of all-rounders have added resilience to the side. Yes, the team will still struggle to set or chase down really big scores but it seems to be getting par totals or just a bit more then that with regularity. 

With the bowling lineup also very steady, Bangladesh has found a template that works for it. We think the bookmakers are underestimating the Bangladeshi women quite a lot leading into this match. They have the capability to win this series 2-0 and cause a massive upset. 

Bangladesh Women Playing 11

Nigar Sultana, Nahida Akter, Sobhana Mostary, Murshida Khatun, Shorna Akter, Rabeya Khan, Fahima Khatun, Lata Mondal, Marufa Akter, Shamima Sultana, Shorifa Khatun.

RSAW vs BANW Toss Prediction

The team that wins the toss is likely to want to field first as there is still some rain around in Kimberley. 

Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.

Pitch and Conditions

The conditions have improved and the threat of another no-result because of rain is quite low. We could still have a few interruptions, though, and so chasing might be an advantage. As far as the pitch, it looks like we are going to have a surface that offers some help to the bowlers with the new ball before settling down and becoming more batter friendly. 

Something around 140-150 will be competitive. 

RSAW vs BANW Betting Tips

We think this is another great opportunity to back Bangladesh at some very attractive odds. There is no reason to write the victory in the first match as a fluke. In fact, the cracks in the South African lineup are quite apparent. It is definitely worth the risk to punt on Bangladesh Women. 

Bet on Bangladesh Women to win. 

Today Match Prediction

Bangladesh Women To Win the Match, 3.90

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Who will win RSAW vs BANW

South Africa Women 59.5% (50)
Bangladesh Women 40.5% (34)
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