Key Players for upcoming ICC World Cup Qualifiers, Nidahas Trophy and PSL Cricket Matches
Updated on: Mar 15, 2018 6:41 pm IST
There’s a lot to play for on cricket circuit tomorrow, with matches from Nidahas Trophy, ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2018, PSL and West Indies Women tour of New Zealand are scheduled for tomorrow. Let’s look at the key players from the fixtures.
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh – Nidahas Trophy
In the virtual semi-final of the series, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh lock horns for the berth in the decider against India. The hosts have pinned hopes on their in-form batsmen Kusal Perera and Kusal Mendis to guide them home. Thisara Perera could turn out to be the X-factor. The Bangladeshi will rely on the rich vein of form Mushfiqur Rahim is in, along with opener Tamim Iqbal and returning Shakib Al Hasan.
Ireland vs Zimbabwe – World Cup Qualifiers
Zimbabwe and Ireland face-off in the Match 3 of the Super Sixes stage of World Cup Qualifiers. It is expected to be an exciting contest with both the sides gaining momentum to come into this one. Ireland have been propelled by captain William Porterfield, Paul Stirling and Boyd Rankin. For Zimbabwe, Sikandar Raza, Brendan Taylor and Hamilton Masakadza have been on the money.
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Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars – Pakistan Super League
Lahore Qalandars take on the defending champions Peshawar Zalmi in their last league match of PS. Lahore Qalandars have been on a winning spree, with three back-to-back wins in the bag. Fakhar Zaman, Brendon McCullum, Anton Devcich, Sunil Narine and Yasir Shah have led the charge for the Qalandars. On the other hand, Peshawar Zalmi rely on Mohammad Hafeez, Kamran Akmal, Dwayne Smith, Wahab Riaz.
New Zealand Women vs Windies Women – West Indies Women tour of New Zealand
Struggling West Indies Women side will be up against in-form New Zealand women in the second Twenty 20 International game at Mount Maunganui. For New Zealand, skipper Suzie Bates, wicketkeeper Katey Martin and Amy Satterthwaite led the charge with the bat while Sophie Devine and Leigh Kasperek starred with the ball. For West Indies Women, captain Stafanie Taylor and opener Hayley Matthews made 50+ scores while Deandra Dottin bowled with venom to return with bowling figures of 2/23.