Bangladesh women's cricket team will face India in the six-team Super League of the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifiers at Nondescripts Cricket Club (NCC), Colombo, Sri Lanka on Friday.
This makes India the only unbeaten side in the tournament that will determine who will join Australia, England, West Indies and New Zealand in the 2017 ICC Women's World Cup later this year in the United Kingdom.
Put into bat, India rode fifties from captain Mithali Raj (64) and Mona Meshram (55) to score 205 in their quota of 50 overs.
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South Africa's reply suffered some early setbacks and they were reduced to 41 for three in the 19th over as openers Lizelle Lee (one) and Laura Wolvaardt (zero) as well as former captain Mignon du Preez (15) could not do much.
Fast bowler Shikha Pandey took 4/34 while left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht took 3/22.
"It also gives us time to assess what we are not doing right so that we can improve on those aspects in the coming matches".
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Nipuni Hansika (37) and Chamari Atapattu (35) set the tone with a 75-run opening stand, before Pakistan hit back with three wickets in the space of eight overs.
Pakistan were helped along to 212 with fifties from Nahida Khan (64) and Javeria Khan (63).
Inoka Ranaweera and Chamari Kumarihami were the pick of the bowlers for Sri Lanka as they claimed two wickets for 33 and 34 runs respectively at impressive economy rates of 4.12 and 3.40 respectively.
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