India made a return to the final-four of the Women's World T20 for the first time since 2010, with a comfortable 52-run win over Ireland.
Pakistan scored their highest ever total in the Women's World T20 on the way to a thumping of Ireland, giving themselves the best chance of directly qualifying for the next edition of the tournament.
After rain prevented play in St Lucia on Saturday, the sun baked down in Guyana on Sunday as India and Australia both cemented their places at the top of Group B in the Women's World T20.
Harmanpreet Kaur set the opening day of the Women's World T20 2018 on fire with her highest T20I score, 103 off just 51 balls. The knock powered India to a 34-run win against New Zealand, and gave the tournament a flying start.
Khadija tul Kubra registered the best ever bowling figures by a Bangladesh Women's player in ODI cricket to guide her side to a six-wicket victory over Pakistan in a one-off game in Cox's Bazar on Monday.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday announced the schedule for the Women's World Twenty20 2018, to be held in the West Indies from 9 to 24 November.
Having won their opener against Thailand, Pakistan succumbed to a seven-wicket loss against Bangladesh in their second Women's T20 Asia Cup match in Malaysia on Monday.
India brushed aside Malaysia with an emphatic 142-run win in their Women's T20 Asia Cup opener on Sunday in Kuala Lumpur, with hosts bundled out for just 27.