Tejas Rathi ∙ Oct 2 2022, 4:30 PM

IN-W vs ML-W Match Preview, Key Players, Cricket Exchange Fantasy Tips 

image-l8rerjszIndian Women's team (PC: Twitter)

India Women will lock horns with Malaysia Women in Match 6 of Women's Asia Cup 2022 on Monday (October 3) at Sylhet. 

The Indian team is coming into this game after a dominant win by 41 runs against Sri Lanka and will be confident of their abilities. The likes of Jemimah Rodrigues and Deepti Sharma will be the key players for them. 

Malaysia, on the other hand, faced a defeat by Pakistan in their first league match, in their pursuit to defend 57. Along with skipper Winifred Duraisingam, they will rely on the contributions from Elsa Hunter and Mas Elysa. 

Key Players

Jemimah Rodrigues: She is in sublime form in recent months, churning out runs in crunch moments. In the first game of the tournament,  Rodrigues delivered a 53-ball 76 knock. 

image-l8rel8xdElsa Hunter will be key for Malaysia (PC: Twitter)

Elsa Hunter: She was the top-scorer for Malaysia with a contribution of 29 in the last league match. Furthermore, Elsa returned as the best batter of the team in the last bilateral series against Singapore. 

Deepti Sharma: The quality all-rounder has been consistent in both departments. In the last game, Sharma finished with figures of 2/15 in four overs. 

Pitch Report

It has been a sluggish surface at Sylhet, and the spinners have managed to contain runs and pick regular wickets. However, the batters can post strong totals for their respective team, if they manage to build a partnership. 

Match Details

Venue: Sylhet Outer Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, Bangladesh
Date & Time: 3nd October at 1:00 PM IST
Live Broadcast: Star Sports Network

Live Commentary: CREX  

Cricket Exchange Fantasy Tips

Wicket-Keeper: Wayne Julia
Batters: Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Elysa Hunter
All-Rounders: Deepti Sharma, Mas Elysa, Winifred Duraisingam
Bowlers: Radha Yadav, Sasha Azmi, Renuka Singh

Captain: Jemimah Rodrigues
Vice-Captain: Deepti Sharma

Read more: Sri Lanka gets off the mark in Women's Asia Cup 2022