Women cricket Series Australia tour bangladesh Niggers dream of making history

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Women cricket Series Australia tour bangladesh Niggers dream of making history

Arriving in the press conference room, Alyssa Healy took a look at the crowd of journalists. The TV cameras weren't set up yet. After Healy came and sat down, a small mountain of television channel microphones was formed in front of him.

Before the question-and-answer session began, Healy counted the microphones one by one with a big smile on his face. Such a crowd of journalists in the women's bilateral series may be new to him. Nigar Sultana, the captain of the Bangladesh women's cricket team, who had held a press conference half an hour earlier, was also surprised by the commotion of the journalists.

The Bangladesh-Australia women's team series is really very interesting among all. There is so much talk about this series because the opponent is Australia. The team has won the Women's ODI World Cup seven times, and won the T20 World Cup six times. They currently top the ICC rankings in both editions.
Australia, the most successful team in women's cricket history, returned from Bangladesh in 2014 after winning the T20 World Cup

BCB Women's Head of Operations Habibul Bashar compared this team of Australia with Waugh-Ponting's Australian team. Before the Bangladesh girls' first bilateral series against such a team, there will be a little frenzy and frenzy.

Not only cricket, in the eyes of many, this Australian women's team is one of the best teams in the history of any sport. Bangladesh girls will play the first match of the three-match ODI series against the Australians at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium today. The match will start at 9:30 am at the Mirpur Sherebangla Stadium. The match will be telecast live on BCB's YouTube channel and T Sports.

The girls of Bangladesh are naturally excited about the series. Bangladesh team captain Nigar Sultana was saying in the pre-series press conference yesterday, "Definitely (the biggest series so far). They are one of the best teams in the world. World champion team. Playing against them will be a great experience for our team.

Bangladesh have met Australia women's cricket team only three times in ODI and T20 World Cup combined. The two teams have met only once in ODIs, in the 2022 Women's World Cup. Remaining 2 times in 2020 and 2023 T20 World Cup.

It can be called the biggest bilateral series in the history of women's cricket in Bangladesh. However, the luck of the girls of Bangladesh, when they are in the best rhythm as a team, they are getting the world's best in their own yard. Bangladesh drew the ODI series against India at home last year. Defeated Pakistan in ODI and T20 series. At the end of the year, South Africa won the ODI and T20 matches for the first time.

Although the opponent is Australia, Nigar is confident in these recent successes, "When I played in South Africa recently, I felt that our batting was strong. When I played against India and Pakistan at home, I felt again that our bowling is strong. It bodes well for the team. The team is in a very good position in both categories. It is important now, tomorrow (today) which department can contribute more for the team.

Niger's first weapon to beat a strong team like Australia is the home field advantage, 'First, home conditions. I think since Australia have never played here, the conditions here will be very unfamiliar for them.

On the other hand, home ground has always been Bangladesh's great strength. Nigger wants to maintain that in the Australia series as well, 'Be it on this ground or anywhere, our bowlers have performed well with confidence in many big matches. I am very confident from that point of view.

Australia also knows that spin will be the main threat in Bangladesh. Australian captain Healy, however, is mentally prepared for the test.
 Apart from that, they are also thinking about the Women's World Cup to be held in Bangladesh in September-October. Australia are looking at the series as their preparation. The series against Bangladesh on the soil of Bangladesh is giving extra importance to adapt to the conditions.

Only two of the Australian women's team have previous experience in Bangladesh, captain Healy and Ellyse Perry Both played in the 2014 T20 World Cup held in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is going to be the first experience for the rest. "I'm thrilled to be back here," Healy said. I hope to understand the conditions here well. From here we need to collect as much information as possible. Because the World Cup will be held here at the end of the year.

Keeping in mind the World Cup, the series is also a big preparation opportunity for the Bangladesh women's team. If they can make history by defeating a team like Australia before the World Cup at home, it will give the Niger team more confidence.

Australia Women Squad: Alyssa Healy(w/c), Phoebe Litchfield, Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham, Alana King, Kim Garth, Megan Schutt, Grace Harris, Sophie Molineux, Tayla Vlaeminck

Bangladesh Women Squad: Murshida Khatun, Sobhana Mostary, Nigar Sultana(w/c), Fargana Hoque, Ritu Moni, Nahida Akter, Sultana Khatun, Fahima Khatun, Marufa Akter, Rabeya Khan, Disha Biswas, Shorna Akter, Sumaiya Akter, Nishita Akter Nishi

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