The UAE Women vs Namibia Women T20Is 2023 will start on September 26 and run till October 3 in Dubai.
UAE Women are all set to host Namibia Women for six T20 international games in Dubai.
UAE Women are currently ranked 15th in the ICC women’s T20I rankings, while Namibia Women are placed 17th.
UAE Women will be heading into the series as the ICC T20 World Cup Asia Region Qualifier Champions, which was held in early September.
Namibia Women will also be satisfied with their recent form, considering their performances in the Women’s T20 Quadrangular Series in May 2023.
As far as the head-to-head between these teams go, Namibia Women lead the way with two wins from as many encounters, while UAE Women have not registered a win against the African nation.
As per the UAE Women vs Namibia Women T20Is 2023 schedule, the two sides will lock horns in six T20 international games starting on September 26. The final T20I will be played on October 3.
All UAE Women vs Namibia Women T20Is 2023 matches will be played at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, UAE.
UAE Women vs Namibia Women T20Is 2023 schedule and live match times
All timings are in India Standard Time (IST)
Tuesday, September 26
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 1st T20I - 11:30 AM
Wednesday, September 27
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 2nd T20I - 11:30 AM
Friday, September 29
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 3rd T20I - 11:30 AM
Saturday, September 30
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 4th T20I - 11:30 AM
Monday, October 2
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 5th T20I - 11:30 AM
Tuesday, October 3
UAE Women vs Namibia Women, 6th T20I - 11:30 AM
UAE Women vs Namibia Women T20Is 2023 teams and squads
UAE Women: Esha Oza (c), Avanee Patil, Khushi Sharma, Lavanya Keny, Rinitha Rajith, Siya Gokhale, Chaya Mughal, Kavisha Egodage, Samaira Dharnidharka, Judit Peter (wk), Sanchin Singh (wk), Theertha Satish (wk), Al Maseera, Indhuja Nandakumar, Rishitha Rajith, Suraksha Kotte, Vaishnave Mahesh
Namibia Women: Irene van Zyl (c), Adri van der Merwe, Bianca Manuel, Edelle Van Zyl, Jurriene Diergaardt, Mekelaye Mwatile, Saima Tuhadeleni, Yasmeen Khan, Dietlind Foerster, Kayleen Green, Sune Wittmann, Wilka Mwatile, Merczerly Gorases (wk), Naomi Benjamin, Sylvia Shihepo, Victoria Hamunyela.
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