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Pakistan women team will aim to score maximum points in upcoming ICC Women Championship


The Pakistan women's team will aim to score maximum points in the upcoming ICC Women's Championship 2022-25  against  West Indies when the three ODI series begins here at the National Bank Stadium on Thursday. The second and third ODIs will be played on April 21 and 23  respectively. 
,
 Nida Dar will captain fifth-placed Pakistan (16 points), while Hayley Mathews will lead ninth-placed West Indies (eight points). The matches on Thursday and Sunday  start at 09:30 local time, and on Tuesday at 15:30. 
 The series will be telecast live on A Sports HD and Geo Super as well as ARY ZAP, Tamasha and Tapmad across the country. For the convenience of fans, entry to the stadium is free and spectators can enjoy the game in the Javed Miandad enclosure. Nida Dar,  Pakistan Women's Team Captain: “We have been working very hard for the upcoming series, knowing how important it is for our  direct qualification journey to the ICC Women's World Cup. 
 The training camp before the series was very tough. Coaches haven't let us down “West Indies  have done well against us in ODIs, but we want to continue that trend in the next series. We aim to build on our recent success and put in a strong performance against a tough team." West Indies captain Hayley Mathews: 
 “Pakistan are a dangerous opponent, especially at home. They have a quality team that can change the game  at any time. We are ready for the challenge and  determined to execute our game plan to be the best. “The one-week training camp in Dubai was the best way to hone our skills ahead of the  ICC Women's competition in Pakistan. When we came to Karachi and had some good matches, now our focus has changed to adapt to the local conditions. well out of the series.” Australia's Claire Polosak will  umpire  all  three ODIs and five T20Is. For the ODIs,  Abdul Mokit, Imran Javed and Naseer Hussain join the  umpiring duties, while Saleema Imtiaz and Humaira Farah are the reserve umpires for the ODI series. The three ODIs will be followed by five T20Is between April 26 and May 3. Squads: Pakistan (ODI only): Nida Dar (captain), Alia Riaz, 
 Bismah Maroof, Diana Baig, Fatima Sana, Muneba Ali, Najiha Alvi (seven), Nashra Sundhu, Natalia Parvaiz, Sadaf Shammas, Sadia Iqbal, Sidra Amin , Sidra Nawaz (seven), Tuba Hasan, Umm-e-Hani and Waheeda Akhtar West Indies - Hayley Matthews (captain), Shemaine Campbell (vice-captain), Alia Alleyne, Affie Fletcher, Chedean Nation, Cheri Ann Fraser, Chinelle Henry, Janilea Glasgow, Karishma Ramarak, Kate Wilmot, Kiana Joseph, Rashada Williams, Shamilia Connell, Stephanie Taylor and Zaida James
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The Pakistan women’s team will aim to score maximum points in the upcoming ICC Women’s Championship 2022-25 against West Indies when the three ODI series begins here at the National Bank Stadium on Thursday. The second and third ODIs will be played on April 21 and 23 respectively. 

Nida Dar will captain fifth-placed Pakistan (16 points), while Hayley Mathews will lead ninth-placed West Indies (eight points). The matches on Thursday and Sunday start at 09:30 local time, and on Tuesday at 15:30.

The series will be telecast live on A Sports HD and Geo Super as well as ARY ZAP, Tamasha and Tapmad across the country. For the convenience of fans, entry to the stadium is free and spectators can enjoy the game in the Javed Miandad enclosure. Nida Dar, Pakistan Women’s Team Captain: “We have been working very hard for the upcoming series, knowing how important it is for our direct qualification journey to the ICC Women’s World Cup.
The training camp before the series was very tough. Coaches haven’t let us down “West Indies have done well against us in ODIs, but we want to continue that trend in the next series. We aim to build on our recent success and put in a strong performance against a tough team.” West Indies captain Hayley Mathews
“Pakistan are a dangerous opponent, especially at home. They have a quality team that can change the game at any time.

We are ready for the challenge and determined to execute our game plan to be the best. The one-week training camp in Dubai was the best way to hone our skills ahead of the ICC Women’s competition in Pakistan. When we came to Karachi and had some good matches, now our focus has changed to adapt to the local conditions. well out of the series.” Australia’s Claire Polosak will umpire all three ODIs and five T20Is. For the ODIs, Abdul Mokit, Imran Javed and Naseer Hussain join the umpiring duties, while Saleema Imtiaz and Humaira Farah are the reserve umpires for the ODI series. The three ODIs will be followed by five T20Is between April 26 and May 3. Squads: Pakistan (ODI only): Nida Dar (captain), Alia Riaz, Bismah Maroof, Diana Baig, Fatima Sana, Muneba Ali, Najiha Alvi (seven), Nashra Sundhu, Natalia Parvaiz, Sadaf Shammas, Sadia Iqbal, Sidra Amin , Sidra Nawaz (seven), Tuba Hasan, Umm-e-Hani and Waheeda Akhtar West Indies Hayley Matthews (captain), Shemaine Campbell (vice-captain), Alia Alleyne, Affie Fletcher, Chedean Nation, Cheri Ann Fraser, Chinelle Henry, Janilea Glasgow, Karishma Ramarak, Kate Wilmot, Kiana Joseph, Rashada Williams, Shamilia Connell, Stephanie Taylor and Zaida James.

 

Editor: Kamran Raja