Who will face whom in the Asian Games women’s cricket semi-finals? Rain played spoilsport throughout several games, affecting the outcomes of the contests, so the event saw many unexpected twists.
The Asian Games 2023 women’s T20 event has seen its fair share of ups and downs. Rain played spoilsport throughout several games, affecting the outcomes of the contests, so the event saw many unexpected twists.
Due to the weather, archrivals India and Pakistan ladies advanced to the competition’s semi-finals. The game between Pakistani ladies and Indonesian women call off due to rain. The match between India and Malaysia, on the other hand, got began, although it cut short owing to rain.
It is worth mentioning that if a knockout game is hamper by weather and must be abandon, the team with the higher ICC ranking or the top-seeded team would advance further in the competition.
Asian Games men’s tournament sees significant progress as well
The men’s schedule for the Asian Games 2022 has been released, and teams are vying for a position in the quarter-finals. For the men’s leg of the event, all games will be play at the Zhejiang University of Technology Cricket Field in Hangzhou. Notably, India has already qualified for the regional event’s quarter-finals as one of the top-ranked sides according to the ICC rankings.
In terms of India’s schedule, the first quarter-final match is set for October 3. It should be note, however, that the Indian team’s opponent has yet to be decided. In the knockouts, one of the event’s three qualifiers will face India. If India wins, they will go to the semi-finals, where they would meet one of the quarter-final winners.
It is worth noting that Ruturaj Gaikwad will lead the Indian contingent to the Asian Games in 2022. Many other renown names who fare well on the Indian domestic circuit have also been selected. To name a few, it contains Rinku Singh, Arshdeep Singh, Mukesh Kumar, and Jitesh Sharma.