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Bangladesh women vs India women betting tips: ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 odds and predictions

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Bangladesh women take on the India women’s cricket team in match 22 of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Tuesday, March 22.

A defeat to Bangladesh women will all but end India’s hopes of making the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 semi-finals. The Women in Blue are at a similar stage - points and net run rate - as defending champions England, and will need a dominant victory to remain in contention.

Bangladesh, on the flip side, are technically almost on their way out of the tournament given their next set of games sees them take on India, Australia and England. 

Bangladesh women vs India women odds for ICC Women’s World Cup 2022

Bangladesh: 8.80

India: 1.07

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Note: Odds are subject to change.

Bangladesh women vs India women recent form

Both Bangladesh and India head into the clash fresh off defeats to West Indies and Australia respectively. Fourth-placed India have four points from five games while Bangladesh managed two points on the back of a solitary win in four games.

Bangladesh women: L, W, L, L

India women: L, L, W, L, W

Bangladesh women vs India women cricket head-to-head

Bangladesh women and India women have played a total of four ODI matches in the past, with the latter enjoying a 100 per cent winning rate. The last time the two teams met, India claimed a nine-wicket victory in their 2017 Women’s World Cup qualifier match.

Bangladesh women vs India women prediction for ICC Women’s World Cup 2022

India will start as outright favourites on Tuesday given their performances in the ongoing Women’s World Cup 2022. The Women in Blue are well-placed to get the better of their neighbours in style.

While Bangladesh women registered an historic win over Pakistan in the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup, they have secured just one win so far in the tournament and are realistically nearing an exit.

Featured photo: AFP / TONY ASHBY

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