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INDW vs BANW: Catch the highlights, score and updates from the 1st ODI between India women’s team and Bangladesh women’s team at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

Updated : Jul 19, 2023 08:01 IST

Bangladesh scored 152 and led the base for a 40-run win over India in a rain-affected match.

Bangladesh scored 152 and led the base for a 40-run win over India in a rain-affected match.
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Bangladesh scored 152 and led the base for a 40-run win over India in a rain-affected match.
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Follow Sportstar’s highlights from the 1st ODI between India-W and Bangladesh-W at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

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  • Bangladesh beats India by 40 runs

    A poor display from the batting unit led India to its first loss against Bangladesh in ODIs. Bangladesh players played their hearts out to lead their team to a famous 40-run to lead the three-match series 1-0!

  • IND 113 all out in 35.5 overs

    Rabeya to Vaidya , FOUR! Nicely played. Uses the line of the ball which was down leg to sweep it fine for a boundary to start the over. Too late, too little now. Vaidya sweeps again to take a risky single and a direct hit would have ended the game for India. A wide to follow. RUN OUT! Another attempt to steal a single and this time it looks like it is done for India. Bangladesh already celebrating as they feel it’s out. The replay showed Anusha was short on ground and with this Bangladesh registered a historic win against India – the first one against India in ODIs.

  • INDW 106/9 in 35 overs

    Sultana Khatun continues. Khatun to Vastrakar, OUT! Nine down and it is just a matter of time for Bangladesh to create history. Vastrakar opens the face of the bat only to give her catch via edge to keeper Nigar. Debutant Anush Bareddy comes in as the last batter.

    Five runs from this over. India needs 48 from 54 balls with one wicket in hand.

  • INDW 102/9 in 34 overs

    Fahima Khatun builds pressure to give a single in her over.

  • INDW 101/8 in 33 overs

    A maiden over from Sultana Khatun.

  • INDW 101/8 in 32 overs

    Pooja Vastrakar cuts the outside off ball which races away at the deep backward point but full commitment showed by the fielder to save one run. This means India brings up the 100-run mark but is way behind the target with just two wickets in hand. Four runs from the over.

  • IND 97/8 in 31 overs

    Marufa continues, on a hat trick. Vastrakar punches down the inswinger ball to covers to deny Marufa a hat trick. Five from the over.

  • IND 91/8 in 30 overs

    Rabeya Khan comes back into the attack. Rabeya to Sharma, OUT! What is going on here? Three balls three wickets and India’s hopes are most likely done and dusted here. Deepti swings it hard against the short ball and a lovely catch by an outstanding effort from Ritu Moni at mid-wicket completes the wicket. Pooja Vastrakar and Devika Vaidya are two batters in. Just a single and a wicket in this over.

  • INDW 91/6 in 29 overs

    Marufa to Amanjot, FOUR! Finally a boundary after so long. Amanjot leans forward to get to the reach of the ball and swings it hard to get an outside edge to third man. Marufa to Amanjot, OUT! Oh no, what have you done Amanjo? It seemed like Amanjot could do nothing wrong on her debut but a lapse in concentration as she edged the ball to the keeper and India is six down now. Sneh Rana comes in at number eight. Marufa to Rana, OUT! Bowled! What a delivery. Rana was lazy in offering a shot and the inswinging yorker castled her to give Bangladesh two wickets in two balls!

    Amanjot Kaur c †Nigar Sultana b Marufa Akter 15 (40b 1×4 0x6); Sneh Rana b Marufa Akter 0 (1b 0x4 0x6)

  • INDW 87/5 in 28 overs

    The required rate is piling up. Another over with just two runs from it.

  • INDW 85/5 in 27 overs

    The tough phase continues. India could only manage three runs from the next two overs.

  • Drinks Break

    India has its all hopes on this pair. Deepti and Amanjot have played enough ball and soaked pressure to keep India in game.

  • IND 82/5 in 25 overs

    Sultana almost took Deepti’s wicket. She gets an inside edge which goes very near to the stumps which could have ended India’s hopes but not for now. Riding on luck, Deepti faces another ball. Two runs from the over.

  • INDW 80/5 in 24 overs

    Five singles and a dot off Fatima’s Khatun’s over.

  • INDW 75/5 in 23 overs

    India is playing the waiting game here, not risking any wickets. Takes two from the over.

  • INDW 73/5 in 22 overs

    Fatima Khatun conintues. Khatun to Sharma, three runs, excellent stop by the fielder at the boundary rope to save one run. Five runs from the over.

  • INDW 68/5 in 21 overs

    Bangladesh continues to tighten its grip over India with some tight bowling. Rabeya Khan gives only two runs from this over as the required run rate is mounting after each dot ball.

  • INDW 66/5 in 20 overs

    A maiden from Fatima Khatun.

  • INDW 66/5 in 19 overs

    Rabeya Khan continues from her end. Deepti looks in some pain as the physio runs out to attend to her. Amanjot gets off the mark with a single.

  • INDW 64/5 in 18 overs

    Fatima Khatum has been brought into the attack. She gives three runs from her first over as India is crawling at the moment with Deepi being the only recognised batter.

  • INDW 61/5 in 17 overs

    Rabeya Khan continues. Khan to Rodrigues, OUT! Soft dismissal as Rodrigues tried to pull over mid-on but instead gave an easy catch via leading edge to Khatun. India is falling like a pack of cards here. Amanjot Kaur joins Deepti Sharma.

    Jemimah Rodrigues c Murshida Khatun b Rabeya Khan 10 (26b 0x4 0x6)

  • IND 58/4 in 16 overs

    Three singles from Nahida’s over.

  • IND 54/4 in 15 overs

    Rabeya Khan continues. India touches the 50-run mark as eight runs come from the over.

  • IND 46/4 in 14 overs

    Deepti gets off the mark with a single. Two runs from Nahida’s over.

  • IND 44/4 in 13 overs

    Rabeya Khan comes in the attack for Ritu Moni. Rabeya to Bhatia, OUT! The keeper-batter has been bowled as India looks in deep trouble. Bangladesh is at the top with their brilliant bowling. New batter Deepti Sharma in at number six.

    Yastika Bhatia b Rabeya Khan 15 (24b 1×4 0x6)

  • INDW 42/3 in 12 overs

    Nahida Akhtar continues. A tight over from the left-arm spinner to give one single.

  • INDW 41/3 in 11 overs

    New bowler, Ritu Moni in the attack. Gives three singles and a wide from her over.

  • INDW 37/3 in 10 overs

    Nahida Akter is back in the attack. Akter to Kaur, FOUR! Goes way too deep and uses the crease to open the face of the bat and cuts it at the backward point. Akter to Kaur, OUT! Akter gets the biggest fish of them all and traps Kaur in front of wickets for LBW. A slider which went straight to the pads. Harman looks unhappy as she feels the ball touched the bat but since no reviews are available in the series, she has to go. Jemimah Rodrigues is at number five.

  • INDW 32/2 in 9 overs

    Marufa to bowl her fifth. Marufa to Priya, OUT! Gone as Punia flicks the fuller ball right at the hands of Murshida Khatun, who made a brilliant drive forward to complete the catch. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur comes in at number four. She gets off the mark with an outside edge to third man.

    Priya Punia c Murshida Khatun b Marufa Akter 10 (27b 1×4 0x6)

  • INDW 30/1 in 8 overs

    Just a single from Khatun’s over, Bangladesh has managed to put a stop to the flow of runs, will be interesting to see how India plays from here on.

  • INDW 29/1 in 7 overs

    Marufa bowls her fourth in succession. Bhatia and Priya managed a single each in the over.

  • IND 27/1 in 6 overs

    Three singles were taken from Sultana Khatun’s over. Six overs gone, India 27 for one.

  • IND 24/1 in 5 overs

    Marufa Akter continues from one end. Akter to Bhatia, FOUR! Uses the pace to show the full face of the bat and directed it towards extra cover for a boundary. She keeps the strike with a single.

  • IND 19/1 in 4 overs

    A first change in the attack, Sultana Khatun is in the attack for Nahida Akter. Punia, followed by Bhatika takes a single each, as the latter gets off the mark. Khatun to Punia, FOUR! Gets the better of the bowler as she pushed the good-length wide of off-stump delivery between the cover region. Six runs from the over.

  • IND 13/1 in 3 overs

    Marufa Akter continies. FOUR! Pitched up on good length, a classic Smirit Mandhana backfoot pull to clear the deep mid-wicket region for a boundary to start the over. Marufa to Mandhana, OUT! What a delivery from Marufa. A gentle outswinger on offer and Mandhan could not hold her and nicked to the keeper Nigar Sultana! A wicket and four runs from the over as the star opener goes back with yet another failure. Yastika Bhatia comes in at number three.

    Smriti Mandhana c Nigar Sultana b Marufa Akter 11 (12b 2×4 0x6)

  • INDW 9/0 in 2 overs

    Spinner, Nahida Akter, from the other end. She starts with a full toss against Priya and she guides it on deep mid-wicket for a single. Mandhana plays a straight drive past Nahida to return to the non-striker’s end with a single. Nahinda bowls two better balls, first to get an inside edge to pads and then a slider which came in sharply for the batter. Two from the over.

  • INDW 7/0 in 1 over

    Punia gets off the mark with a single off the very first ball of the innings. Akter to Mandhana, FOUR! What a way to get her to the first runs. Tab bit short from Akter, Mandhana pulls it from outside to mid-on for a boundary to start. Akter beats Mandhan twice in the next three balls before Mandhana drives the full-length ball over covers for a double. Seven from the first over.

  • Live Action Resumes

    Openers Smriti Mandhana and Priya Punia are out there in the middle. Marufa Akter has the new ball for Bangladesh. India has a target of 154 runs (DLS) on its sight.

  • BAN 152 all out in 43 overs

    Sneh Rana bowls her eight in the penultimate over of the innings. A double followed by a single from Akter gave the strike back to Khatun. RUN OUT! Khatun cuts it to the backward point where Devika Vaidya gets a direct hit to remove Akter! With this, the Bangladesh innings come to an end as the commentators confirm the unavailability of debutant Shorn Akter as she is retired out.

  • BANW 149/8 in 42 overs

    Deepti Sharma controls the flow of runs with four dot deliveries, Deepti to Marufa Ahter, FOUR! Wonderful shot, a cover drive off the back foot. Six runs from this over.

  • BANW 143/8 in 41 overs

    Aggressive field set by captain Harmanpreet Karu to have two fielders on the leg side inside the circle for the batter. Fahima Khatun pushes at the ball at covers to take a quick single to get off the mark. Rana ends with one run over, and gives only eight runs in her seven overs.

  • BANW 142/8 in 40 overs

    Devika Vaidya to bowl her seventh. Vaiya to Sultana Khatun, OUT! Bowled! Vaidya fired on straight and castled Khatun, who tried to slog sweep the ball away. India gets the eighth wicket. Five and a wicket from the 40th over. Marufa Akhter in at number 10.

    Sultana Khatun b Vaidya 16 (20b 2×4 0x6)

  • BANW 137/7 in 39 overs

    Pooja Vastrakar conintues. Vastrakar to Khatun, FOUR! Short on off-stump, Sultana gets enough room to open her hands and she uses the shoulders to slice the ball at backward point. Four runs from the over.

  • BANW 133/7 in 38 overs

    Two singles from Rana’s sixth over.

  • BANW 131/7 in 37 overs

    Pooja Vastrakar comes back into the attack. Vastrakar to Khatun, FOUR! A short ball bouncer attempt from the bowler but it did get the bouncer that Vastrakar would have anticipated, Sultana pulls it nicely to get a boundary. Six runs from the 37th over.

  • BANW 125/7 in 36 overs

    Devika Vaidya to Khatun, FIVE WIDES! Another poor collection by Yastika behind the wickets. Vaidya fired one quicker down the leg and it went after hitting Bhatia’s gloves for a boundary. Eight runs from the over.

  • BAN 117/7 in 35 overs

    Amanjot continues. FIVE WIDES! Amanjot bowls way outside off, and poor collection by Bhatia behind the wicket as the ball runs past her for a boundary. WICKET! Amanjot gets her fourth! A failed attempt by Khan to beat the cover fielder by Mandhana won’t do anything wrong today. Bangladesh seven down!

    Rabeya Khan c Mandhana b AB Kaur 10 (11b 1×4 0x6)

  • BANW 110/6 in 34 overs

    Deepti to bowl her eighth of the innings. Deepti to Nahida, OUT! Akhter slog sweeps at but a brilliant catch by Smriti Mandhana at deep extra cover will make sure to help India get a sixth breakthrough. Fahima Khatun comes in at number eight.

    Nahida Akter c Mandhana b Sharma 2 (15b 0x4 0x6)

  • BANW 106/5 in 33 overs

    Amanjot Kaur continues. Another cheap over with just two coming off it.

  • BANW 104/3 in 32 overs

    A maiden from Deepti.

  • BANW 104/5 in 31 overs

    Amanjot continues. Amanjot to Sultana, OUT! What a debut Amanjot is having. She traps Bangaldesh’s captain in front for LBW. A slider in for Sultana crashes onto her pads while she tried to play off the back foot. New batter Nahida Akhter in at number seven. One from the over.

    Nigar Sultana lbw b AB Kaur 39 (64b 3×4 0x6)

  • BANW 103/4 in 30 overs

    Rabeya Khan takes a single which brings 100 for Bangladesh in the 30th over. Sultana sweeps two deliveries to take a couple and a single to keep the strike. Seven from this over.

  • BANW 96/4 in 29 overs

    Amanjot starts with a down-the-leg wide. She quickly changed her line to target the middle stump. A poor delivery by Amanjot as she bowls a full-toss angling down the leg and Sultana swivels to play it fine but brilliant from Deepti at fine leg to save three runs. Amanjot to Rabeya, FOUR! Good cover drive from Khan to pierce the field at extra covers. Eight off the over.

  • BANW 88/4 in 28 overs

    Vaidya once again stars with a wide. Vaidya to Sultana, FOUR! Short, outside off-stump and Sultana was ready for it and cut away at sweeper cover for a boundary. She keeps the strike with a single.

  • BANW 82/4 in 27 overs

    Pooja Vastrakar bowls a clean tight over to give just a single from it.

  • BANW 81/4 in 26 overs

    Devika Vaidya comes in from a different end. Vaidya gets a good spin off the surface, She starts with a wide as the ball spun away for Sultana away from her. A much better line from Vaidya, this time Sultana sweeps it away for a single at deep square leg. Vaidya to Ritu, OUT! Played a backfoot pull and brilliant field placement by the captain as Jemimah Rodrigues inside the circle, dived forward to complete a clean catch at mid-wicket. Four runs and a wicket from the over. Rabeya Khan, in at number six.

    Ritu Moni c Rodrigues b Vaidya 8 (18b 1×4 0x6)

  • BANW 77/3 in 24 overs

    Pooja Vastrakar replaces Sneh Rana, who just bowled one over in her spell. She gives two singles and a double as Bangladesh closes in on the 100-run mark.

  • BANW 69/3 in 23 overs

    Amanjot Kaur continues. Sultana managed just a single off the fourth delivery. Amanjot to Ritu Moni, FOUR! A bad line from Amanjot as Ritu flicks it at fine leg for a boundary. Five runs from this over.

  • BANW 64/3 in 22 overs

    Another change in the bowling attack, Sneh Rana comes in from the other end. She creates pressure with a maiden over.

  • BANW 64/3 in 21 overs

    A change in the bowling attack. Amanjot Kaur comes in for Deepti. Amanjot to Hoque, OUT! Haque who looked in good touch nicked the ball to keeper Yastika, Bangladesh three down as Amanjot picks second on debut! Ritu Moni, the new batter in at number five. She gets off the mark with a single, three come from the over.

    Fargana Hoque c †Bhatia b AB Kaur 27 (45b 5×4 0x6)

  • BANW 61/2 in 20 overs

    Devika to bowl her third of the innings. She gives three from her over too.

  • BANW 58/2 in 19 overs

    Deepti from the other end. Sultana takes a double and then a single to make this a three-run over.

  • BANW 55/2 in 18 overs

    Vaidya continues from the other end. Gives five singles from this over as Bangladesh batters are showing run-scoring intent after the rain hit stoppage.

  • BANW 50/2 in 17 overs

    Deepti Sharma to bowl her fourth. Sharma to Fargana, FOUR! Fargana shows her class with another drive-over point for a boundary. Another over with five runs coming from it.

  • BANW 45/2 in 16 overs

    Devika Vaidya completes her over with Fargana hitting her for a boundary through covers. Five from this over.

  • Live action resumes

    Players are walking out and we are up for some live action now. The match will now have 44 overseach for both teams.

  • Weather Update

    Slowly we can see players coming on the field as groundsmen are on their toes to ready the ground for some live action!

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  • Weather Update

    Finally, some good news as the covers are getting off!

  • Weather Update

    The rain seemed to have stopped at the moment and the groundsmen are in the middle, clearing the water.

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  • Weather Update

    The rain doesn’t seem to stop anytime soon, we are far from having any live action.

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  • Weather Update

    The rain continues to pour down in Mirpur and we can see the referee out there in the middle checking the condition.

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    IND-W (highest score) vs BAN-W: 256/6 (50) – India Women won by 46 runs

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    BAN-W (highest score) vs IND-W: 210/9 (50) – BAN Women lost by 46 runs

    BAN-W (lowest score) vs IND-W: 96 (41.1) – BAN Women lost by 58 runs

    IND-W (highest individual score) vs BAN-W: Harmanpreet Kaur 103 (100)

    IND-W (best bowling figures) vs BAN-W: Sneh Rana 4/30 (10)

    BAN-W (highest individual score) vs IND-W: Salma Khatun 75* (82)

    BAN-W (best bowling figures) vs IND-W: Rumana Ahmed 4/20 (10)

  • Weather Update

    Uh-no! The rain gods have arrived again as we can see covers are coming in the middle again.

  • Mirpur, Dhaka weather update

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  • Update

    The covers are off the field and we can expect the live-action soon.

  • 16th over

    Match stopped due to rain.

  • BAN 40/2 in 15 overs

    Vastrakar continues. Four!! Fargana gets the second ball of the over away for a boundary. Four!! Fargana pulls a shorter ball to midwicket for four. Fielder leapt but couldn’t get her hand to it.

  • BAN 32/2 in 14 overs

    Anusha Bareddy into the attack. Four!! Short and wide first up and Fargana cuts it to the boundary for four. Anush struggles to control her line as she gives away two wides. Four! Over-pitched and swept for a boundary. Expensive over for India.

  • BAN 21/2 in 13 overs

    Vastrakar into the attack. Five dots to begin. Single off the last ball of the over as the batter drives to deep cover.

  • BANW 20/2 in 12 overs

    Sneh Rana gives her first run in the third over as Fargana Hoque gets off the mark after playing 13 balls. One from the over.

  • BANW 19/2 in 11 overs

    Amanjot continues. Amanjot to Sultana, FOUR! Finally a run for Bangladesh after 34 balls! Would you imagine that? Sultana drives the fuller-length ball for a boundary before taking a single. Five from the over.

  • BANW 14/2 in 10 overs

    Sneh Rana bowls yet another tight over to deny any run. Second maiden for here and fifth on the bounce of India.

  • BANW 14/2 in 9 overs

    Amanjot continues. Kaur to Khatun, OUT! A tempting ball from Amanjot lures Khatun to play the drive and give an easy catch to captain Harmanpreet Kaur at mid-off. The pressure of dot balls took the better of Khatun who looked good till now. Bangladesh is off to a horrible start with the run rate hanging around 1.50. Captain Nigar Sultana comes in at number four. Second maiden over for Amanjot with a wicket in this one. The fourth maiden on the trot for India.

  • BANW 14/1 in 8 overs

    Another change in the attack. Sneh Rana replaces Deepti Sharma. The pitch is offering a good turn for the spinners. OUT! Khatun plays across and misses the line of the ball as it went to the slips, a mix-up and late call resulted in Akhter being short on the ground while Amanjot Kaur and Bhatia’s combined effort gives India its first breakthrough to give an end to Akhter’s 18-ball duck. Fargana Hoque comes in at number three. Rana bowls a wicket-maiden. Third maiden in a row for India.

    Sharmin Akhter run out (AB Kaur/Bhatia) 0 (18b 0x4 0x6)

  • BANW 14/0 in 7 overs

    A first change in the bowling. Debutant Amanjot Kaur replaces Pooja Vastrakar. Kaur to Akhter, Close! Almost a wicket in the first ball of her ODI career! She pitched a full-length ball, shaping away for the batter and almost got an outside edge. Kaur starts with a maiden as Akhter has played 18 balls without opening her account in this match.

  • BANW 14/0 in 6 overs

    A sedate start for Bangladesh as Khatun has done all the run-scoring till now. Deepti, who gave just a single in two overs bowls a third tight over to cramp Khatun and deny her any run as she bowls a second maiden on the trot.

  • BANW 14/0 in 5 overs

    Vastrakar continues. Vastrakar beats Khatun with a peach of a delivery, pitched at good length and swings away as she misses after committing to the shot. FOUR! Khatun punishes the overpitched delivery with another good-looking drive to dispatch the ball away extra cover region. A quick single to end the over.

  • 4th over

    Deepti bowls another brilliant over, delivers a maiden as Akhter is yet to get off the mark as she has played 12 ball till now.

  • BANW 9/0 in 3 overs

    Khatun plays a straight drive past bowler Vastrakar for a quick double. Vastrakar to Khatun, FOUR! Overpitched delivery, outside off and a beautiful cover drive by Khatun for a boundary to end the over.

  • BANW3/0 in 2 overs

    Deepti keeps it tight with her line and length. Gives no room to Murshida for the first four balls before she plays an off-drive in the fifth ball, giving the strike to Akhter, who ends the over with another dot delivery. One from the over.

  • BANW 2/0 in 1 over

    Khatun is in the strike, and Vastraka comes in from over the wicket. Vastrakar starts with an outswing outside off-stump as the batter glanced it towards mid-wicket but an edge at gully gives her a single to get off the mark. Vastrakar swings the ball away from Akhter as she blocks it safely, Vastrakar bowls a wide before ending the over with four dots. First over, just off it.

  • Live Action Now!

    Pooja Vastrakar operates with the new ball and openers Sharmin Akhter and Murshida Khatun are in the middle.

  • Weather conditions

    The overcast conditions in Mirpur led Harman to decide to bowl first. The rain is expected to hinder the 1st ODI in the later half of the match.

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  • Bangladesh Playing XI

    Nigar Sultana (c & wk), Nahida Akter, Ritu Moni, Shorna Akter*, Murshida Khatun, Fahima Khatun, Marufa Akter, Fargana Hoque, Sultana Khatun, Rabeya Khan, Sharmin Akhter


  • India Playing XI

    Smriti Mandhana, Priya Punia, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Yastika Bhatia (wk), Deepti Sharma, Amanjot Kaur*, Pooja Vastrakar, Sneh Rana, Devika Vaidya, B Anusha*


  • Toss update

    India won the toss and elected to field first.

  • Toss Update

    The toss is delayed due to a wet outfield.

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  • India vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Predicted XI


    Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Yastika Bhatia (wk), Deepti Sharma, Amanjot Kaur/Harleen Deol, Pooja Vastrakar, Meghna Singh, Devika Vaidya, Minnu Mani/Sneh Rana.


    Shamima Sultana, Murshida Khatun, Fargana Hoque, Nigar Sultana (wk) (c), Shorna Akter, Sultana Khatun, Ritu Moni, Marufa Akter, Rabeya Khan, Lata Mondal/Nahida Akter, Fahima Khatun.

  • Squads


    Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Devika Vaidya, Priya Punia, Harmanpreet Kaur(c), Deepti Sharma, Shafali Verma, Harleen Deol, Amanjot Kaur, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia(w), Uma Chetry, Meghna Singh, Anjali Sarvani, Monica Patel, Rashi Kanojiya, Bareddy Anusha, Sneh Rana.


    Murshida Khatun, Fargana Hoque, Disha Biswas, Sharmin Akhter, Sobhana Mostary, Shorna Akter, Nigar Sultana(w/c), Shamima Sultana, Nahida Akter, Ritu Moni, Lata Mondal, Marufa Akter, Shanjida Akter, Rabeya Khan, Sultana Khatun, Salma Khatun, Fahima Khatun.

  • India vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Dream11 Prediction


    Nigar Sultana, Shamima Sultana


    Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues


    Deepti Sharma (vc), Shafali Verma (c), Rabeya Khan


    Nahida Akter, Sultana Khatun, Fahima Khatun

    Team Composition: BAN-W 6:5 IND-W Credits Left: 8.00

  • Preview

    India captain Harmanpreet Kaur is hoping that they will get better pitches to bat on in the three-match ODI series against Bangladesh beginning here on Sunday.

    India managed to win the T20 series 2-1, but its batters had a tough time on the slow surface at the Shere Bangla National Stadium. The visitors struggled to 95 and 102 in the second and third games, while Bangladesh had posted 114 in the series opener.

    Harmanpreet said ODIs are a different ball game to T20s, and her batters would need to show patience to put up competitive totals in challenging conditions. “Wherever we go we want to play on good tracks, fair tracks but how much I know we will play on the same way tomorrow. Hopefully, we will get a better wicket for the last two games.

    “In Asian conditions, tracks can be slow. As a batting unit we have to work hard for the runs and we are ready for that,” said Harmanpreet on the eve of the first ODI.

    Bangladesh could have won the series had they not self-destructed in their chase of 95 in the second T20. They will be in good spirits after the win on Thursday and the India skipper is expecting a tough fight from the home team.

    Barring Harmanpreet, India does not have any six-hitter in the squad and that hurt them in T20s. The likes of Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah Rodrigues will get more time to construct their innings in the 50-over format.

    Opener Shafali Verma’s form has been under the scanner for a while now and she would look to silence her critics.

    Of late, India has found a way to post 270-plus totals regularly, but in the prevailing conditions, Harmanpreet feels that would be a far cry.

    “Wicket is quite slow and we are not expecting too many runs. Rather than thinking about those big totals, getting (enough) runs for the teams is most important,” she said.

    Bangladesh has recalled Shamin Akhter for the series. Shorna Akter, Marufa Akter and Salma Khatun have also been included.


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