Pakistan Name Women's World T20 Squad
Pakistan have named a 14-member squad for the ICC Women's World Twenty20 and a series of eight limited overs games against Bangladesh.
Pakistan will take on South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and England once the ICC Women's World Twenty20 gets underway on 23rd March.
3 ODIs: 4th, 6th, 8th March
5 T20Is: 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 15th March
Prior to that they will play three One-Day Internationals and five Twenty20 Internationals against Bangladesh from 4th to 15th March.
They are also scheduled to play England and Bangladesh again in warm-up games ahead of the World Twenty20, although these games may be subject to change.
Bangladesh are due to be playing South Africa on the same day that the fifth Twenty20 International against Pakistan is scheduled.
The squad is unchanged from the side that played against Ireland and South Africa in Qatar earlier this year, where they beat South Africa by seven wickets in the Twenty20 tri-series final.
This will be their fourth straight appearance at the ICC World Twenty20 although they are still to register a win in the finals of the competition.
They qualified by reaching the final of the Qualifier in Dublin in late July, where their match with Sri Lanka was washed out.
Pakistan Women: Sana Mir (captain), Bismah Maroof (vice-captain), Asmavia Iqbal, Batool Fatima, Javeria Wadood, Marina Iqbal, Nahida Khan, Nain Abidi, Nida Rashid, Qanita Jalil, Sadia Yousuf, Sania Iqbal, Sidra Amin, Sumaiya Siddiqi
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