Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by eight runs
Pakistan and Australia won their respective Women’s World Twenty20 warm-up games on Tuesday.
Pakistan picked up a narrow eight-run win over Bangladesh in Guyana.
Pakistan, electing to bat first, scored 106/7 in their 20 overs with Bismah Maroof scoring 22 runs and skipper Javeria Khan made 21 runs for the team.
Nida Dar and Ayesha Zafar scored 19 and 18 runs respectively.
Salma Khatun and Khadija Tul Kubra grabbed two wickets for the Bangladesh side.
Pakistan restricted the opposition to 98/9 in 20 overs.
Fargana Hoque was the top scorer with 28 runs while Rumana Ahmed and Lata Mondal made 10 runs each for the side. Aiman Anwer, Sana Mir and Bismah Maroof took two wickets each.
Australia defeated South Africa by 51 runs. The Australian side made 130/4 in their 20 overs with Meg Lanning scoring an unbeaten 65 runs. Rachael Haynes and Beth Mooney made 29 and 24 runs respectively.
Shabnam Ismail grabbed two wickets while Marizanne Kapp and Sune Luus took a wicket each as well. The Proteas were restricted to 79/9 in their 20 overs as only three players scored in double figures.
Chloe Tryon was the top scorer with 14 runs while Mignon du Preez and Sune Luus made 13 and 11 runs for the team.
Jess Jonassen dismissed picked up three wickets while Nicola Carey and Tayla Vlaeminck grabbed two wickets each in the match.