Connect with us

Women's Cricket

Bismah Maroof reveals how Pakistan will qualify for World Cup 2025

Bismah Maroof reveals how Pakistan will qualify for World Cup 2025

After the decline in performances of the Pakistan Women’s cricket team, Bismah Maroof and co bounced back in the recent T20I versus Sri Lanka. In a three-match T20I series, the women in green triumphed all three games, winning by 3-0 to clean sweep the visitors.

In the matches, the Pakistani bowlers showed great performances as the debutant Tuba Hasan limelight with her spell. Nida Dar’s splendid all rounding performances and Anam Amin’s bowling spells not only did wonders during Pak W vs SL W T20Is but also moved them up on the ICC T20I rankings.

Seeking the inspiring recent showcases, skipper Bismah says her team is giving its one hundred per cent to directly qualify for the World Cup 2025, without playing the Qualifiers. She stated after winning the T20I series, the focus is to tackle the upcoming ODI matches against Sri Lanka which are part of the ICC Women’s Championship.

“After a dominating performance in the T20Is against Sri Lanka, we are now focused on delivering our best in the ODI series which is a part of the ICC Women’s Championship,” she said.

“Our aim like the rest of the sides would be to earn a direct spot in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2025. The ODI squad for the series is a good blend of experience and youth. We have a number of experienced batters in Sidra Amin, Nida Dar, Alia Riaz, and myself,”

Concerning the contemporary brilliant performances from the bowling line-up, Bismah believes it can win them the matches. Apart from spin depart leading from the front, she believes Pakistan Women’s team also has a spectacular pace attack.

“Bowling is our traditional strength, Anam Amin did a great job for us in the T20Is and besides her, we have a number of quality spin bowling options. We also have a very capable pace attack led by Fatima Sana and Diana Baig,”

Also, see:

Everyone in India and Pakistan considers my bowling action legal; Shoaib Akhtar on Virender Sehwag

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Women's Cricket