Pakistan vs West Indies – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | ICC Women’s T20 World Cup
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When is Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women on and what time does it start? Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women will take place on Sunday 19th February, 2023 – 13:00 (UK)
Where is Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women taking place? Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women will take place at Eurolux Boland Park in Paarl, South Africa
Where can I get tickets for Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women? Click here for the latest ticket information for Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women
What channel is Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women on in the UK? Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Pakistan Women vs West Indies Women live on Sky Go
- Pakistan’s 70-run demolition of Ireland was the perfect way to respond after being beaten by India and keeps them well in the hunt for a place in the semi-finals.
- Muneeba Ali stole the show with a magnificent hundred, the first century of the Women’s T20 World Cup and one which laid a platform for such a dominating victory.
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- West Indies’ hard-fought six-wicket win over Ireland last time out gives them a chance of knockout qualification still, but they’ll need to triumph here in their final group match to have any hope of making it.
- Hayley Matthews has been the MVP of West Indies’ T20 World Cup campaign so far and the Windies skipper top-scoring against Ireland, striking 66 not out to guide her team home.
This could well be an extremely tense affair between two nations on the brink in terms of the competition. West Indies perhaps contain the more seasoned performers with the bat in Matthews and Stafanie Taylor. But Pakistan’s bowling attack showed their quality on Wednesday and a performance of the same ilk here will cause the Windies massive problems. The outcome could go either way, but due to that strong bowling unit, it is Pakistan whom you should consider backing to come out on top.