Betting Odds for AUS-W vs BAN-W(Australia-W vs Bangladesh-W) 

Australia-W – 1.01 (On Rs.100 users will get Rs.101 in return). Bet Now

Bangladesh-W – 16.50 (If the user bet Rs.100 he will get Rs.1650 returns). Bet Now 

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Match Details

Match: Australia-W vs Bangladesh-W (AUS-W vs BAN-W), 8th Match

Date: 14th February 2023, 

Time: 10:30 pm IST

Venue: St Georges Park – Gqeberha

Pitch report

We expect to see some good pace and bounce in this wicket at St George’s Park. Any score of under 150 will not be enough to challenge in this fixture.

Weather Report

The forecast is for extremely humid conditions and very cloudy skies for this game. There will be thunderstorms in the area but they may all miss the venue.

Squad Comparison for Australia-W vs Bangladesh-W  

Australia-W

It was a bit of a surprise for Beth Mooney to be dismissed for a duck, but otherwise, Oz had great performances from Healy (55), Lanning (41), and Perry (40).

There is no shortage of fantastic batters or bowlers on this team, as openers Mooney and Healy could easily win the match themselves. AUS-W vs BAN-W, Gardner was great against NZ with her bowling, picking up a big 5/12. Schutt is also dangerous in any match, and she had 2/8. Many other teams would choose to rest their top players ahead of a game against a lesser team like Bangladesh Women.

Australia-W Playing XI

Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Grace Harris, Tahlia McGrath, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown

Bangladesh-W  

Bangladesh did bat fairly well against Sri Lanka, but the bowling failed them. The batters made a decent score of 126 thanks to S. Sultana (20), Mostary (29), and N. Sultana (28).

The bowlers simply got smashed around the ground and this is where Australia will defeat Bangladesh. AUS-W vs BAN-W, The bowling is just too simple and not threatening at all, with Akter the only bowler to put in a good effort against Sri Lanka with 3/23. Moni and Khatun gave up over 30 runs each and with no wicket. Nigar Sultana’s side were not completely outplayed by Sri Lanka Women on Sunday and it would not have taken a huge shift in performance for them to come out on top

Bangladesh-W Playing XI

Shamima Sultana (wk), Murshida Khatun, Sobhana Mostary, Nigar Sultana (c), Lata Mondal, Shorna Akter, Ritu Moni, Salma Khatun, Nahida Akter, Jahanara Alam, Marufa Akter

Australia-W vs Bangladesh-W Match Prediction

There were some impressive performances from Marufa Akter, Sobhana Mostary and Nigar Sultana for Bangladesh Women in their opening game defeat against Sri Lanka Women but this will be a much tougher match. Australia Women are able to thrash some of the best teams in this competition and they will be far superior with the bat, ball and in the field.

 

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