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|Sophia Dunkley Brown||7||12||1||0||58.33|
|Amy Ellen Jones||28||50||3||0||56.00|
Tournament: India Women Tour of England, 2022.<
Date: September 24, 2022
Venue: Lord's, London, England.
Indian women's cricket team succeeded in beating the English women's cricket team in the second ODI of the ongoing series between these two countries. They won this game by a convincing margin of 88 runs and now have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the one-day series. If you take a close look at the head-to-head between the two sides you will find the Indian women having an edge of 3-2 from the last 5 matches. Although this doesn’t suggest a favorite for the last match of the series it might work as an indication.
In the last game of the one-day series, England was asked to chase a big total set by the Indian women. England women lost early wickets to get reduced to 47 for 3 early on during the chase. They were in all sorts of bother when Danielle Wyatt and Alice Capsey scored 65 and 39 runs respectively to revive the English innings somewhat. But after these two established batters were dismissed by the Indian women bowlers, the rest of the batting could not continue in the same vein. In the end, England women were bowled out for 245 runs by 45th over. They ended up losing the game by a massive margin of 88 runs.
Danielle Wyatt is the top run-getter for England women in the series. she has scored 108 runs so far in the series. The top wicket-taker for England women is Sarah Glenn with 6 wickets under her belt in the series. Danielle Wyatt has scored these runs at a strike rate of 100.00. Charlotte Dean has done a fair job for England in her last couple of outings scoring 61 runs with an excellent strike rate of 93.85. Alice Capsey has scored 58 runs with a strike rate of 90.62 for England women.
Charlotte Dean has also done a fair job for English women by picking up a couple of wickets in the series although these wickets cost her 42 runs apiece. Kate Cross has bowled slightly better with 3 wickets at an average of 37.00. A lot was expected from Sophie Ecclestone but she has succeeded in picking up just a single wicket in the series so far from her couple of outings. Danielle Wyatt has played the biggest innings for England so far by scoring 65 runs from 58 balls in the second match of the series.
Tammy Beaumont, Emma Lamb, Sophia Dunkley Brown, Alice Capsey, Danielle Wyatt, Amy Ellen Jones, Freya Kemp, Sophie Ecclestone, Charlotte Dean, Kate Cross, Freya Davies.
In the second ODI of the ongoing series, Indian women batted first and they posted a huge total on board. They scored 333 runs for 5 wickets from their quota of 50 overs. The Indian supremo Harmanpreet Kaur batted superbly to score 143 runs from just 111 balls. Kaur smashed the English bowlers all over the place and never allowed the momentum to slip away. Another batter that provided a vital contribution to the team was Harleen Deol who scored 58 runs to aid her team reach an imposing total of 333 runs.
The top run-scorer for Indian women in the series is Harmanpreet Kaur. She has amassed a whopping 271 runs in the series so far. Sneh Rana is the top wicket-taker for Indian women with 6 wickets so far in the series. In her last 10 appearances for India women, Harmanpreet Kaur has scored as many as 578 runs. Yes, you read it right. 578 runs from 10 matches at an average of 96.33 and a strike rate of 92.33. This is a Bradman-like performance from the Indian star. Another batter that is showing good form with the bat is Smriti Mandhana who has scored 504 runs from 10 games at an excellent average of 56 and a good strike rate of 86.44.
As far as Indian bowling is concerned Renuka Singh has done a fabulous job by picking up 11 wickets from her last 4 appearances for Indian women. She has bowled with a top economy rate of 4.32 and with a fabulous strike rate of 18.54. Meghna Singh has also done a fair job for India picking up 11 wickets from 8 games. She is also bowling economically with an economy rate of 4.78 and a strike rate of 34.00. Harleen Deol has also batted well for Indian women scoring 64 runs albeit at a slowish strike rate of 69.57.
Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Yastika Bhatia, Harmanpreet Kaur, Harleen Deol, Pooja Vastrakar, Deepti Sharma, Dayalan Hemalatha, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Renuka Singh, Jhulan Goswami.
The pitch on offer at the Lord's Cricket Ground will have something in it for both batters and bowlers. So, you can expect the team winning the toss to bat first and try to post a huge total. This will allow the side to bat the other team out of contention for a successful run chase.
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This game is to be played at the Meccah of cricket, Lord's. The pitch on offer at the Lord's is a sporting one and it will offer something for the bowlers as well. You can expect the side batting first to score in the region of 240 runs to feel safe in this venue.
Although the England women's cricket team has lost both matches in the ODI series so far, you can expect the team to bounce back and avoid a brown wash in the series. They are too good a team to go down 3-0 and we will bet with England to win this final game and pull one back.
This is a one-day international so the opening batters from both teams will have some time to take a look around before they start playing their shots. But England women's team has the openers that can be relied upon to score more than 4 runs in the first over of the innings.
Sophia Dunkley has done a fabulous job for England in the last few months. You can expect her to come good again in this game.
Smriti Mandhana is a terrific batter and you can expect her to contribute the highest number of runs in this match.
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