When is Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women taking place? Tuesday 3rd March, 2020 – 04:00 (UK)
Where is Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women taking place? Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
What is the expected weather for Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women? 21c with cloud and a growing chance of rain as the day goes on that may affect play
What channel is Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women on? This match will be televised live on Sky Sports Cricket
Where can I stream Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match live via Sky Go
Where can I get tickets for Pakistan Women vs Thailand Women? Ticket information for all ICC Women’s T20 World Cup matches here
THE TEAM NEWS
- Pakistan will look to go out of the Women’s T20 World Cup on a positive note as they aim to pick up another victory over Thailand and they still have a chance of finishing third in Group B ahead of the West Indies which would be a successful campaign for them.
- They fell 17 runs short in a run chase against South Africa last time out and that was the story of their tournament as they have just lacked the firepower with the bat to really challenge the top teams despite getting many of their fundamentals right.
- While they may contemplate one or two changes for this final game, they will want to go out on a high against the weakest team in the group so expect a strong line-up as they seek to pick up their second win.
- It has been a difficult yet rewarding tournament for Thailand who have been outplayed in all three of their matches in Australia but they will look to compete as well as they can in this final game and go out with their pride intact.
- They have yet to score more than 82 runs in any of their matches so far as they have looked out of their depth against quality opposition so far but they may be able to compete better against Pakistan and will purely looking to improve their performance overall here.
- None of their players have scored more than 47 runs in total across the three games while only one bowler has taken two wickets so that shows how limited they are in terms of quality, but they may decide to make a couple of changes after fielding the same eleven in all three matches so far.
Pakistan have no chance of reaching the semi-finals now but they can consider this tournament a success overall having made big strides in their performances since the last T20 World Cup. They will be desperate to get a second win under their belts here and against a Thai team that has been woefully out of their depth so far, they should have more than enough to pick up a comfortable victory to bow out of the tournament with.