Pakistan and India are good to go to confront each other in their third match of the progressing ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 in Derby on Sunday.

Passing by the records, the match is required to be an uneven challenge with India as the reasonable top picks. Nonetheless, after what Pakistan men’s group did to their Indian partners three Sundays prior, nobody should tally the “unpredictable” Pakistan out.

Pakistan began their World Cup crusade with a win against the current T20 champions West Indies in a warm-up game. In any case, the group has since neglected to discover the shape and lost three back to back matches against Australia, South Africa and England.

They’ve additionally endured a setback with the accomplished batting all-rounder Bismah Maroof being discounted of the competition in light of an injury in the hand.

India, then again has had an extraordinary hold in running in the competition so far as they have won both their matches, likewise beating the solid England side in transit which had scored a robust 377 against Pakistan.

Pakistan fans won’t discover a break in past records as the Indian side has won the greater part of its nine matches played against Pakistan. Every one of them has been uneven illicit relationships, with the Indian side beating Pakistan by 7 wickets in the most recent game played in February this year.

India, which entered the ladies’ cricketing field in 1978, keeps up the third most astounding win-misfortune proportion, just behind Australia and England. Pakistan is long ways behind, winning just 40 of the 139 matches they have played since 1997.


Late exhibitions of the two groups likewise paint a comparable picture. India has lost just five of their 26 matches played over the most recent two years, while Sana Mir’s side has just won five of their 21.

Along these lines, dissimilar to the men’s groups of the two nations, the ladies’ groups are unevenly matched. Yet, that has little to do with how the players perform on the field on that given day.

While the men’s groups of the two countries started playing cricket around a similar time, there exists a two-decade long hole amongst India and Pakistan shaping their ladies’ side — India had effectively played 45 games when Pakistan played their first. The differential in exhibitions of the two groups is likewise intelligent of the accessibility of game framework, particularly that for ladies, in the two nations. At the point when Pakistan confronts with India tomorrow, it won’t be a match between two uniformly matched groups supported by comparable structures and administration.