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Asia Cup - Nepal Beat UAE In 2024 Women's Asia Cup Opener - sports.ndtv.com - Uae - Nepal

Nepal Beat UAE In 2024 Women's Asia Cup Opener

Opener Samjhana Khadka made a breezy, unbeaten fifty and pacer Indu Barma grabbed three wickets as Nepal outclassed UAE by six wickets to make a winning start to their campaign in the Women's T20 Asia Cup here on Friday. Khadka (71 not out, 45b, 11x4) played a fine hand to take her side past the target of 116 in 16.1 overs. The Emirates' outfit could not fight against the more experienced Nepal bowlers led by Barma (3/19), ending up at a below par 115 for eight.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - Deepti Sharma - Shafali Verma - Ind vs Pak: Clinical India Romp To 7-Wicket Win Over Pakistan In Women's Asia Cup T20 - sports.ndtv.com - India - Pakistan

Ind vs Pak: Clinical India Romp To 7-Wicket Win Over Pakistan In Women's Asia Cup T20

Contenders India started their Women's T20 Asia Cup title defence on a rousing note, demolishing arch-foes Pakistan by seven wickets in Dambulla on Friday. India bundled out Pakistan for a below-par 108 after being asked to bowl and then chased down the target with as many as 35 balls remaining. Chasing 109, Indian openers Shafali Verma (40) and Smriti Mandhana (45) was at their best as they toyed with the Pakistani attack from the word go. It was an aggressive display of batting from both the Indian openers as they mostly dealt in fours and sixes.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - India vs Pakistan LIVE, Women's Asia Cup T20: Harmanpreet Kaur-Led India Make 3 Changes, Pakistan Opt To Bat - sports.ndtv.com - India - Pakistan

India vs Pakistan LIVE, Women's Asia Cup T20: Harmanpreet Kaur-Led India Make 3 Changes, Pakistan Opt To Bat

India vs Pakistan, Women's Asia Cup 2024, LIVE Updates: Pakistan captain Nida Dar won the toss and opted to bat first against India in their Women's Asia Cup T20 match at Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla. India take on Pakistan on the first day of the Asian tournament.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - Deepti Sharma - Shafali Verma - India vs Pakistan Live Streaming Women's Asia Cup Live Telecast: When And Where To Watch Match? - sports.ndtv.com - India - Pakistan

India vs Pakistan Live Streaming Women's Asia Cup Live Telecast: When And Where To Watch Match?

India vs Pakistan, Women's Asia Cup 2024 Live Streaming: The India women's cricket team take on Pakistan on the first day of the 2024 Women's Asia Cup, looking to defend their title. India have a dominant record in Women's Asia Cups, having won seven out of the eight tournaments played till date. They also boast a record of 11-3 against Pakistan in T20Is, and undoubtedly are the favourites to win the tournament again. With openers Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma in fine form, Pakistan will have to bowl really well to restrict the Indian batting.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - Deepti Sharma - India vs Pakistan: Players To Watch Out For In Upcoming Women's Asia Cup Clash - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - South Africa - India - Bangladesh - Pakistan

India vs Pakistan: Players To Watch Out For In Upcoming Women's Asia Cup Clash

The first day of the 2024 Women's Asia Cup on July 19 will see the big clash between India and Pakistan at the Rangiri Dambulla International Cricket Stadium. India come in as the defending champions and have won the tournament seven times.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - Radha Yadav - India vs Pakistan: Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur Start Women's Asia Cup Title Defence - sports.ndtv.com - South Africa - India - Bangladesh - Pakistan

India vs Pakistan: Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur Start Women's Asia Cup Title Defence

The Women's Asia Cup is set for a blockbuster start when defending champions India take on arch-foes Pakistan in a prime-time clash here on Friday, with the eight competing teams hoping to firm up their combinations ahead of the T20 World Cup in October. Harmanpreet Kaur's India are the team to beat going into this iteration of the Asia Cup, having won the competition three out of four times in the T20 version and each of the four times in 50-overs format. Additionally, India are also the most successful team in the Women's Asia Cup T20 with 17 wins in 20 matches. They beat Bangladesh in the final of the last edition in 2022.

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Star Sports - Asia Cup - Star India - Smriti Mandhana - 'Play As Per Ball's Merit': Smriti Mandhana Reveals Mindset Ahead Of Women's Asia Cup - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - South Africa - India - Bangladesh - Pakistan

'Play As Per Ball's Merit': Smriti Mandhana Reveals Mindset Ahead Of Women's Asia Cup

Star India batter Smriti Mandhana opened up on her mindset before the start of the Women's Asia Cup 2024 and said that she just plays 'according to the merit of the ball'. In the T20 format, Mandhana has played 136 matches and 131 innings, where she scored 3320 runs at an average of 28.13 and a strike rate of 121.83. The defending champions, India, will kickstart their journey towards a record-extending eighth Asia Cup title when they meet arch-rivals Pakistan at Dambulla on Friday.

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Harmanpreet Kaur - Asia Cup - Smriti Mandhana - Jemimah Rodrigues - Shafali Verma - Team India Reaches Sri Lanka For Women's Asia Cup Title Defence - sports.ndtv.com - India - Sri Lanka - Pakistan

Team India Reaches Sri Lanka For Women's Asia Cup Title Defence

Team India reached Sri Lanka on Wednesday ahead of the Women's Asia Cup, which starts from Friday onwards. The defending champions, India will kickstart their journey towards a record-extending eighth Asia Cup title when they meet arch-rivals Pakistan at Dambulla on Friday. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a video of the team-members, including Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Varma, Renuka Singh, Shreyanka Patil and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, showing the fun and banter they had throughout their flight from Chennai to Dambulla.

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