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Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Schedule, Playing Xl, Prediction, Dream 11, Weather Forecast, Pitch Report, All you need to Know

Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Schedule

Bangladesh Women Cricket Team will be Visiting Zimbabwe to play a series of three One Day International which will be played between 10 – 15 November 2021. The entire series will be played in Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. The ODI series is being used by both teams for their preparation for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament, also in Zimbabwe. Check out the Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Playing Xl, Prediction, Dream 11, Weather Forecast, Pitch Report, All you need to Know.

SeriesBangladesh Woman Tour of Zimbabwe
FormatOne Day International
Number of Matches3
Date10-15 November 2021
VenueQueens Sports Club, Bulawayo

Bangladesh women’s national cricket team

The Bangladesh women’s national cricket team represents Bangladesh in International Women’s Cricket Matches. The team is administered by Bangladesh Cricket Board and is a full member of ICC with T20 and ODI status and Test status awarded in 2021. Rumana Ahmed leads the ODI team whereas the T20 squad is led by Salma Khatun and the team is coached by Mark Robinson.

AdministrationBangladesh Cricket Board
CaptainsODI- Rumana Ahmed
T20- Salma Khatun
CoachMark Robinson
ICC StatusFull Member
RankingsODI- 8th
T20- 9th

Zimbabwe women’s national cricket team

The Zimbabwe women’s national cricket team represents Zimbabwe in international women’s cricket. The team is administered by Zimbabwe Cricket and is a full member of ICC with Test and ODI status. The team is captained by Mary-Anne Musonda and Adam Chifo is the current coach of the team. The team stands at 12th Position in the Women’s T20 Rankings.

AdministrationZimbabwe Cricket
CaptainMary-Anne Musonda
CoachAdam Chifo
ICC StatusFull Member
RankingT20- 12th

Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Schedule

DateMatchTimingsVenue
10 November 2021Zimbabwe Women’s vs Bangladesh Women’s1:00 PMQueens Sports Club, Bulawayo
12 November 2021Zimbabwe Women’s vs Bangladesh Women’s1:00 PMQueens Sports Club, Bulawayo
15 November 2021Zimbabwe Women’s vs Bangladesh Women’s1:00 PMQueens Sports Club, Bulawayo

Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Probable Playing Xl

Zimbabwe Women’s Team

Chiedza Dhururu, Modester Mupachikwa, Ashley Ndiraya, Mary-Anne Musonda (c), Josephine Nkomo, Tasmeen Granger, Precious Marange, Loreen Tshuma, Esther Mbofana, Loryn Phiri, Nomvelo Sibanda

Bangladesh Women’s Team

Murshida Khatun, Sharmin Akhter, Fargana Hoque, Nigar Sultana (wk,c), Rumana Ahmed, Lata Mondal, Salma Khatun, Fahima Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Khadija Tul Kubra, Nahida Akter

Bangladesh Women vs Zimbabwe Women Dream 11 Team and Predictions

Nigar Sultana, Mary-Anne Musonda, Fargana Hoque, Shamima-Sultana, Josephine Nkomo (C), Rumana Ahmed (VC), Precious Marange, Salma Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Nomvelo Sibanda, Fahima Khatun

Prediction– Bangladesh Women will win the match

Top Picks to look at for the match

PlayerStatistics
Josephine Nkomo164 runs and 4 wickets in 4 ODI Matches
Salma Khatun379 runs and 35 wickets in 34 ODI Matches
Jahanara Alam33 wickets in 37 Matches
Rumana Ahmed827 runs and 42 wickets in 38 matches

Bangladesh Women Tour of Zimbabwe 2021 Weather Forecast and Pitch Report

The temperature is expected to be around 28°C with 44% Humidity and wind speed is expected to be 18 km/hr. The chance of precipitation during the match will be 18%. The players will have to stay hydrated throughout the match due to the high temperature.

The surface at the Queens Sports Club is a balanced one, with decent assistance for both batters and bowlers on offer. It is expected to provide some initial help to the swing bowlers and the spinners will be important in the middle overs. The average first innings score on this wicket is 218.

Chasing on this pitch is preferred by the teams. Teams chasing the target have a 60% chance of winning the match. Teams will look forward to field first on winning the toss.

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