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HK-W vs JPN-W Dream11 Prediction: Check Probable Playing XI, Captain, Vice-Captain and other details here

HK-W vs JPN-W Dream11 Prediction: Check Probable Playing XI, Captain, Vice-Captain and other details here

Neha Singh

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New Delhi: Hong Kong Women will be playing agasinst Japan Women today (May 25, Thursday) in the  second match of this season of the Women’s East Asia Cup T20.

The match between Hong Kong Women and Japan Women is scheduled to be played today at 7:30 PM IST at Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field, China.

This will be the first time when Hong Kong Women will be playing against Japan Women in the second match of this season of the Women’s East Asia Cup T20.

Hong Kong Women will be playing their second match while Japan Women will play their opening match of this season against Hong Kong in this season of the Women’s East Asia Cup T20 Women.

HK-W vs JPN-W Dream11 Prediction: Everything you need to know about today’s match

Match Details:

Date: May 25

Time: 1:00 PM IST

Venue: Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field, China

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Probable XIs: 

Hong Kong Women: 

Hiu Ying Cheung (wk), Georgina Bradley, Ruchitha Venkatesh, Natasha Miles, Cindy Ho, Mariko Hill, Maryam Bibi, Emma Lai, Shanzeen Shahzad, Yasmin Daswani ©, Betty Chan.

Japan Women:

Hinase Goto, Akari Kano (wk), Meg Ogawa, Ruan Kanai, Erika Oda, Ahilya Chandel, Shizuka Miyaji, Minami Yoshioka, Shimako Kato, Ayumi Fujikawa, Mai Yanagida ©

Captain and Vice-captain Choices:

Captain: Ahilya Chandel and Pull To

Vice-Captain: Erika Oda  and Khary Chan

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Suggested Playing XI No. 1 

Keeper – Lemon Cheung, Akari Kano

Batsmen – Seika Sumi, Pull To (c), Erika Oda

All-rounders – Yukino Nakayama, Kary Chan (vc),  Ahilya Chandel

Bowlers – Betty Chan, Maryam Bibi, Alsion Siu

Suggested Playing XI No. 2

Keeper – Akari Kano

Batsmen – Pull To, Seika Sumi, Erika Oda (vc)

All-rounders – Yukino Nakayama, Kary Chan, Ahilya Chandel (c)

Bowlers – Kurumi Ota, Alsion Siu, Betty Chan, Maryam Bibi

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