India and Malaysia's women's cricket teams have a historic rivalry that dates back to 1973. This rivalry has been a constant source of excitement for cricket enthusiasts.
Malaysia's cricket captain, Winifred Duraisingam, is not only a skilled player but also a qualified doctor. She balances her time between the pitch and saving lives.
India's openers, Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma, have a combined strike rate of over 150, making them one of the most explosive opening pairs in women's cricket.
During the Asian Games 2018, India set a record by scoring 320 runs against Malaysia, which remains unbeaten to this day.
The Asian Games have played a pivotal role in promoting women's cricket in India and Malaysia, inspiring young girls to take up the sport.
Both teams have a reputation for their powerful batting line-ups, ensuring high-scoring and thrilling matches.
Cricket matches between India and Malaysia have often been used as a diplomatic tool to strengthen bilateral ties between the two nations.