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As per the expectations, England Women registered a strong win over Windies Women in their match of the series as well as the summer. This win puts them just a win away from Australia who are currently at the top of the table in ICC Women's championship. They'll have a pretty good chance on Sunday when they meet West Indies for the second time in the series at New Road, Worcester. West Indies have been struggling ever since the beginning of the championship and they really need to find some form going forward.
England women continued to build on their stellar streak as they annihilated Windies women by a record 208-run margin in the first ODI. This win took them to 13 wins in the ICC Women's championship and with two matches remaining in the series, they'll be eyeing to get to the top of the points table.
Batting first in the opening match, England rode high on their skipper's knock and ended up with a mammoth total of 318 runs in the allotted fifty overs. Heather Knight stuck 94 runs and Amy Jones contributed with 91 runs. Such was the impact of the innings of the duo that they were staring at a total in excess of 330. However, a mini-collapse towards the end of the innings saw them settle for 318, which too was a phenomenal score.
After a terrific show by their batsmen, their bowlers joined the party and restricted Windies women for a total of just 110. Sophie Ecclestone and Marsh both returned with the same figures of 3 for 30 and had a telling impact on the end result.
Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Sarah Taylor, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Danielle Wyatt, Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole, Laura Marsh, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone.
While West Indies women were never expected to win the opening ODI, they were also not expected to go down without putting up any fight whatsoever. Barring Matthews, who picked up 4 for 57, no fight was seen from West Indies in the first innings when the English women were in cruise control mood.
Windies fielding was so poor in the first innings as skipper Stafanie Taylor highlighted as the worst ever fielding performance in the post-match interview. This was in addition to their poor display with both bat and ball.
West Indies have a lot of ground to cover going forward into the second match of the series. The presence of Deandra Dottin was heavily felt with Windies lacking quality in all the departments of the game. Windies women have already been in this part of the world for quite some time already and lack of familiarity with the conditions can no longer be an excuse for such poor performances. We expect them to do well in the upcoming match and it will be interesting to see if they can be of any match for the potent English side.
Hayley Matthews, Kycia Knight, Shemaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation, Kyshona Knight, Stacy-Ann King, Afy Fletcher, Britney Cooper, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell.
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English women have been doing tremendously well in the limited overs cricket since the beginning of the year and are currently on an 11-game win streak. West Indies are exactly at the other end of the spectrum with just one win so far in all the matches they've played in the championship. England are a lot better side on paper as compared to Windies and their win in the first ODI is strong evidence of it. While we expect the second ODI to be a lot more competitive, England are still the favorites to win and wrap up the series.
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