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|Sophia Dunkley Brown||5||9||1||0||55.56|
|Amy Ellen Jones||2||7||0||0||28.57|
We just saw the T20I series between England Women and New Zealand Women come to a conclusion and unlike many expected, it was a well-fought series. New Zealand Women not only fought hard, but they were also able to defeat the hosts in one of the matches as well.
Largely because of how things panned out in the shortest version of the game, the interest in the ODI series has grown manifold. The five-match ODI series is to be played from September 16th to September 26th. The first match will be played at the County Ground, Bristol. Even though England Women have the upper hand going into the series, the Kiwis cannot be taken lightly. A cracking contest is certainly on the cards.
Even though England Women managed to win the T20I series 2-1, they would be disappointed because they allowed the Kiwis to win one match. England Women failed to defend a subpar total of 127 in the second match of the series and that loss would still be fresh in their minds. In the third match as well, England Women were far from a clinical win as they scraped through to a win with just one ball remaining.
England have a decent side on paper, but missing some of their key players is certainly a big setback for them. Anya Shrubsole, who injured herself during the training, is set to miss the upcoming match. In her absence, the onus will be on the likes of Tash Farrant and Freya Davies to support the more experienced bowlers of the side.
On the batting side, however, England seem pretty well-equipped with the likes of Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Nat Sciver, and Danielle Wyatt in terrific form. Besides, England Women bat deep, and that can be a considerable advantage in the fifty-over format.
All in all, England Women have the required side on paper, but they would need to do justice to their on-paper strength. They failed to do so in the T20Is, but if they can do that in the first match, they will be a hard side to get past.
Lauren Winfield, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones, Sophia Dunkley Brown, Katherine Brunt, Charlie Dean, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Freya Davies.
Contrary to England's, the mood in the New Zealand's camp will be pretty good even though they lost the T20I series. They were never the favorites to win even one match, let alone the series, but the fact that they made England Women work hard speaks volumes about how well the visitors did. They would want to keep that going in the upcoming match as well, but it would not be as easy in the fifty-over format.
New Zealand will be pumped by the return of Lea Tahuhu, who although has not played cricket in a while, but continues to be the mainstay of their bowling attack. Backing her to be the top bowler of the day for the Kiwis seems to be a lucrative option given the odds on offer. Apart from her, the onus will be on Sophie Devine, the skipper herself, who has been in terrific form of late.
On paper, the Kiwis have a decent side, but they do lack some experience in the late order. They are a bit too over-reliant on their top-five and will desperately need them to not only lay a solid foundation but also impart the momentum to the innings during the death overs. If that happens, New Zealand certainly have enough power in their bowling attack to put England in a spot of bother.
Lauren Down, Suzie Bates, Maddy Green, Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Devine, Brooke Halliday, Katey Martin, Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Leigh Kasperek.
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This series between England Women and New Zealand Women marks the beginning phase of the preparation of the World Cup for the two sides. Both sides still have some matches to go after this series, but their series will play a key role as far as getting the combination right is concerned. Comparing the two sides on paper and on the basis of recent performances, England seem ahead. Apart from that, they have the advantage of playing on the home turf. For those reasons, betting on an England Women win should be the way to go here.
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