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Pakistan bat after drizzly start to day; Nida Dar out with concussion

Toss Pakistan Girls selected to bat vs India Girls
18 overs a facet

Bismah Maroof referred to as proper on the toss and Pakistan opted to bat in opposition to India, at the same time as an on-and-off drizzle in Birmingham delayed the beginning by near an hour-and-a-half and lowered the competition to 18 overs a facet.
Nida Dar, who took a blow to her head whereas batting in opposition to Barbados two days in the past, missed this match with a concussion and Kainat Imtiaz changed her within the XI for Pakistan.
India made a few adjustments. S Meghana, who arrived in Birmingham late after testing constructive for Covid-19, got here in for Harleen Deol whereas allrounder Sneh Rana – who returned to the set-up after lacking the current collection in opposition to Sri Lanka – changed left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad.
Each groups misplaced their opening clashes on the Commonwealth Video games – Pakistan misplaced to Barbados whereas Australia snatched a win after they have been pushed by India. Consequently, this conflict assumes better significance; every staff performs simply the three league matches earlier than the semi-finals.

The morning’s gentle, misty drizzle – one which would not often cease a sport already in progress however stalls begins – returned after the toss to delay the beginning additional.

India: 1 Smriti Mandhana, 2 Shafali Verma, 3 S Meghana, 4 Harmanpreet Kaur (capt), 5 Jemimah Rodrigues, 6 Yastika Bhatia (wk), 7 Deepti Sharma, 8 Sneh Rana 9 Radha Yadav, 10 Meghna Singh, 11 Renuka Singh

Pakistan: 1 Iram Javed, 2 Muneeba Ali (wk), 3 Omaima Sohail, 4 Bismah Maroof (capt), 5 Aliya Riaz, 6 Kainat Imtiaz 7 Ayesha Naseem, 8 Fatima Sana, 9 Diana Baig, 10, Tuba Hassan, 11 Anam Amin

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