India began their ICC Women's World T20 campaign with a bang by registering a 34-run victory over world No.w New Zealand. Now, the Indian women's team face arch-rivals Pakistan in their second group match of the tournament on Sunday. With captain Haramanpreet Kaur in scintillating form, World No.5, India would like to set the record straight after losing to Pakistan in the 2016 Women's World T20 at home. Since that loss in Delhi, India have won all the three encounters against Pakistan.
Pakistan, on the other hand, lost by a comprehensive 52-run margin to Australia in their tournament opener on Friday.