Bangladesh women will meet England women in a group A clash of the ICC Women's World T20 2018 on Monday, November 12. The match will be played at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in Gros Islet, St Lucia. The game will begin at 8:00 PM GMT, 2:00 AM BST (November 13).

Bangladesh has played one game in this tournament, and that was against Windies. Bangladesh lost that match by 60 runs in Guyana. England, on the other hand, has been the part of the only game in this tournament which has been abandoned. On Saturday, their game against Sri Lanka was called off due to heavy rain in St Lucia, without even a ball being bowled.

TV and Online streaming details

Sky Sports Cricket will telecast the match live on its network in the United Kingdom. Gazi TV will broadcast the match live in Bangladesh. Willow TV will provide live coverage in the United States.

Rabbitholebd will be streaming the game live for its prime users in Bangladesh. SkyGo app and website will also provide the online streaming in the United Kingdom. Hotstar will also avail the live streaming options the users who have the premium pack.

Rain might play spoilsport

England has a very formidable squad with the likes of Danielle Wyatt and Natalie Sciver, who enjoy playing the T20 format. Their bowling unit has a mix of both youth and experience. Star England player Sarah Taylor is out of the tournament due to personal reasons, but winners of 2009 WWT20 still can pack of punch under the leadership of Heather Knight.

Jahanara Alam picked up three wickets in the game against Windies while Rumana Ahmed was impressive with her spell too. Even though their bowling looks in place, it's the batting has been a concern for Bangladesh. They would look to correct their mistakes from the first game and try to create an upset by beating England. Bangladesh is unlikely to make any changes to their lineup.

There is a high chance of rain in Gros Islet which may reduce the number of overs in the match. The pitch at this stadium is generally good for batting, but the overnight rain might help the bowlers a little bit more.