Pakistan women's team beat Ireland women's team in a group B match on Wednesday, November 14, in the ICC Women's World T20 2018. The match was held at the Providence Stadium in Guyana [VIDEO].

Final scorecard: Pakistan won by 38 runs

Ireland 101/9 in 20 overs.

Pakistan 139/6 in 20 overs

Pakistan has played two games in this tournament so far, and have lost both the games. They lost their first game to Australia by 52 runs and went on to lose the second game against India by seven wickets.

Ireland, on the other hand, has played only one game so far, losing it by nine wickets to Australia [VIDEO]. Interestingly, this will be the first time that the women's team of these two countries will play an international T20 match.

TV and Live streaming info

Ten Sports will broadcast the match live in Pakistan. Sky Sports Cricket will telecast the match live in the United Kingdom. BBC and Channel 2 will be providing the digital clip coverage in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Hotstar will provide online streaming for the premium pack users across the Indian subcontinent. Sky Go will also stream the match live on its website and app in the United Kingdom.

Pakistan clear favourites

Pakistan put up a good batting display against India as Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar scored their fifties. Pakistan did lose 10 runs from their innings as the batters kept running on the danger area of the pitch even after getting warned repeated.

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This may not have made a huge difference but this should be something that they would like to work on. The side expected to be unchanged.

Ireland was downright poor in their approach in the previous game against Australia. Against Pakistan, they would like to improve their performance, but the Asian giants are still the clear favourites.

The Guyana pitch so far has held up well and has been good for stroke play. When Pakistan and Ireland face off, it will be interesting to see how the pitch behaves. There should be some turn for the spinners, but it shouldn't stop the batswoman to hit through the line of the ball. It should be a sunny day with clear skies on top.