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With almost all teams fighting hard, this has already been one of the best World Cup in Women's Cricket. South Africa Women defeated England Women recently and that was the second upset of the tournament. England Women are now in a delicate position and need to win almost all of their remaining games. Up next in the tournament, they are set to play Thailand Women in their next encounter. Thailand Women are playing their first World Cup and putting up a fight against the potent England side would be more than they could dream of. However, considering the form England are in, anything is possible. The match between the two sides is set to be played 26th February at Manuka Oval, Canberra.
This match against Thailand Women would be an opportunity for the English batsmen to get some runs under the belt and consequently gain some confidence. Ever since the Australian series started, they have struggled to score runs and badly need to get back into some form.
As it stands, England are third at the points table with a poor net run-rate of -0.155. West Indies are currently leading the Group B and England would like to topple them and get to the top. Although, England have not been in prime form, they are a strong team on paper.
Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver will be their key players going into the match against Thailand. It is unlikely that Natalie Sciver and Heather Knight are both going to get a chance to bat for long time, but their experties with a ball would come in handy.
Against South Africa, England failed to do anything of substance in both the departments of the game. Batting first, they could score only a sub-par score of 123 and lost 8 wickets in the process. Barring Amy Jones and Natalie Sciver, none of their batsmen looked settled in the middle as seven of their batsmen were dismissed without getting into the double figures.
Their bowlers did well to strange the Proteas for runs, but failure to pick up wickets never allowed England to get ahead in the game. All their bowlers did a good job of containing the batsmen, but only Sophie Ecclestone managed to provide her side with breakthroughs. Those were, however, two little too late as England eventually lost the match by six wickets with just two balls to spare.
Amy Ellen Jones, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Lauren Winfield, Anya Shrubsole, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn.
It was a dream come true to for Thailand Women when they played in a World Cup match for the first time, against West Indies. They were coming off a brilliant run before the World Cup, but the kind of competition they are going to get in the World Cup will be difficult.
Against West Indies, they did better than they were expected to in both the departments of the game. On a surface that was not particularly easy to bat on, they scored 78 runs in total in the first innings. While a total of 78 runs was never going to be enough, the fact that they stretched West Indies women hard was commendable. Nannapat Koncharoenkai top-scored for them with a solid 33. While she took 48 delvieries for her 33, she was their only batsmen who looked settled and keeping wickets in hand at that time was of high priority.
In reply, N Boochatham and S Laomi were terrific with the ball as they gave away just 23 runs in their 7.4 overs combined. They got two wickets because of their terrific fielding and would like to keep pressure on against England as well. S Lateh was their only bowler who managed to get a wicket to her name. She returned with the figures of 1 for 21 in her 3 overs.
Nattakan Chantam, Nattaya Boochatham, Nannapat Khoncharoenkai, Naruemol Chaiwai, Chanida Sutthiruang, Sornnarin Tippoch, Onnicha Kamchomphu, Wongpaka Liengprasert, Ratanaporn Padunglerd, Suleeporn Laomi, Soraya Lateh.
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Comparing the two sides on paper and on experience, this match is likely to be a one-sided affair. What remains to be seen is whether or not Thailand Women can push England Women. England Women are have not been in prime form and they couldn't have had a better match than this to get some confidence before the more important matches. Considering that and the other factors mentioned above, England Women are firm favorites to win the upcoming encounter and an upset here appears to be rather impossible.
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