After winning the ticket to the World Cup, Bangladesh is entering the field at night

After winning the ticket to the World Cup, Bangladesh is entering the field at night
After winning the ticket to the World Cup, Bangladesh is entering the field at night

Bangladesh women’s cricket team will take the field today in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup qualifiers. In the second semi-final of the tournament at 9 pm Bangladesh time, Bangladesh’s opponent is the Thailand women’s team.

By winning this match, Bangladesh team will be guaranteed the ticket to the final as well as the main stage of the World Cup. Both the finalists from this qualifying round will get a chance to play in the main round of the World Cup. So getting to the finals is basically the primary goal.

Negara Sultana Jyoti’s team has been playing great so far in the current selection. The Bangladesh women’s team reached the semi-finals after winning the group against Ireland by 14 runs, Scotland by 6 wickets and the United States by 55 runs. Today they will be on a mission to continue their winning streak by defeating Thailand.

Bangladesh has played four twenty-over international matches against the Thailand women’s team so far. Bangladesh left the field with a smile of victory in all four matches. Bangladesh defeated Thai women by 70 runs in the last World Cup qualifying match in 2019.

In the first semi-final of the tournament, the women’s team of Ireland and Zimbabwe will meet at 5 pm Bangladesh time. The final between the winner of this match and the winner of the Bangladesh-Thailand match will be held on Sunday.

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