Pakistan women team is good to go to begin their ICC T20 World Cup campaign in Australia on a solid note as they take on West Indies in their first match today (26 February) in Canberra.
The young women dressed in green are set in Group B close by England, South Africa, Thailand and West Indies.
With a mix of youthful and experienced players, Pakistan looks very solid for the performance.
Muneeba Ali, the left-handed opener, has topped the most noteworthy run-scorers outline in recently concluded National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship.
Together with her, there is one more energizing youthful ability in Ayesha Naseem, a 16-year-old power hitter who can make full benefit of the power play.
Two of the accomplished Pakistani batters in the side, Bismah, and Javeria Khan are additionally must watch players in the occasion.
While, Javeria is the second-most noteworthy run-getter for Pakistan in the individual arrangement with 1,744 of every 97 T20Is.
Aiman Anwar, Aliya Riaz, Diana Baig, and Aroob Shah, raise the bowling division of Pakistan.
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