India's victory against Thailand ensures that they will remain in the first place
India defeated Thailand by a devastating nine-wicket margin in their last league match at the Women's Asia Cup 2022, leaving Thailand's chances of advancing to the semifinals hanging by a thread. India defeated Thailand by spinning a web around Thailand.
Sneh Rana took three wickets for nine runs, Deepti Sharma took two wickets for ten runs, and Rajeshwari Gayakwad took two wickets for nine runs to bowl out the opposition for a total of 37 runs on the first ball of the 16th over.
The only batsman to reach a double-digit score was the opener, Nannapat Koncharoenkai (12). After that, India made quick work of the modest target before the end of the powerplay itself, with Sabbhineni Meghana leading the way with an unblemished 20.