BEST ipl prediction site : Live updates and scorecard the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 match Pakistan and South Africa Oval Mount Maunganui.

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ICC Women’s World Cup 2022, Pakistan Women vs. South Africa Women, Live Updates: Follow live coverage of Pakistan vs. South Africa Women’s ODI World Cup 2022 match no. 9 at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, with live streaming, scorecards, and commentary.

PAK vs SA Live Updates: Pakistan Women against South Africa Women, ICC Women’s World Cup 2022, PAK vs SA At the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 match no. 9 in Mount Maunganui, Bismah Maroof’s Pakistan will face South Africa in pursuit of their maiden victory. Following two straight defeats in the competition, the ladies in green are beaten and bruised. They’re at the bottom of the points table and need to recover quickly before it’s too late.

South Africa, on the other side, is the only team in the world cup to have only played one game so far. They started their campaign by defeating Bangladesh by 32 runs. Given their success in the competition, they are confident and want to overwhelm their opponents.

After being brought in to bat, Pakistan scored 190-6 at Mount Maunganui, which Australia chased down in little under 35 overs. Alyssa Healy, who scored 72 off 79 balls, set the tone for Australia’s run chase.

Bismah Maroof, the captain of Pakistan, ended with a score of 78 not out, one run shy of the greatest score by a Pakistani player in a Women’s World Cup match. Maroof and Aliya Riaz put up a 99-run partnership, a fifth-wicket record for Pakistan in one-day internationals. Riaz scored 57 points.

Ayabonga Khaka’s excellent performance in the previous match enabled South Africa escape with a hard-fought 32-run win against a valiant Bangladesh. Khaka’s match-winning 4/32 featured a three-wicket haul in nine balls as she stifled Bangladesh’s batting line-up.

The Proteas were all out for 207 in the penultimate over, but Khaka’s outstanding performance and some crucial experience ensured that Bangladesh did not have a fairytale World Cup start.


Sidra Ameen, Nahida Khan, Bismah Maroof(c), Omaima Sohail, Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Fatima Sana, Diana Baig, Sidra Nawaz(w), Nashra Sandhu, Anam Amin, Javeria Khan, Muneeba Ali, Aiman Anwer, Ghulam Fatima, Diana Baig, Sidra Nawaz(w), Nash

Laura Wolvaardt, Tazmin Brits, Lara Goodall, Sune Luus(c), Mignon du Preez, Marizanne Kapp, Chloe Tryon, Trisha Chetty(w), Shabnim Ismail, Masabata Klaas, Ayabonga Khaka, Sinalo Jafta, Tumi Sekhukhune, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Lizelle Lee

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