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Another game of cricket, another beautiful day for English women - such has been the kind of form they're in. With their win over West Indies in the second ODI of the series, England women are now on a 12-game win streak which doesn't seem to end soon. They have one more game to go in the series wherein they'll be looking to win big so as to not only win the series but also seal their spot for the 2021 World Cup. West Indies Women and England Women are set to take on each other on 13th June at County Ground, Chelmsford. Considering the series is already done and dusted, England might try to do a bit of experimentation here. On the contrary, West Indies will have one final chance to redeem themselves before we head into the shortest version of the game.
English women winning in the second ODI was undoubtedly on the cards, but the way they went about their business without a doubt had a bit of surprise. The gap between to sides was well and truly on display as England won the second fixture by 121 runs after scoring a massive 208 runs win in the opening fixture.
After a prolific show with the bat, it was with the ball that the English women were terrific. Anya Shrubsore, who went wicketless in the first match, was excellent with the ball as she picked two for 12. Cross contributed with two wickets as well as the visitors soon found themselves tottering at 87 for six before the match was decided by DLS method.
Along with the ball, Shrubsole also contributed with the bat towards the end of English innings as she smashed 32 off 16 deliveries to make a remarkable difference to the team's total. Tammy Beaumont, who missed out in the first match, scored a well-defined half-century, a total of 61 runs off 83 deliveries. Apart from her knock, however, there wasn't any significant contribution of any other English batsmen which should be a bit concerning for the management. That, however, was one-off and apart from that there's hardly anything which has gone wrong for them. They'll be looking to continue to build on the momentum they have so far, and it wouldn't be easy to stop them.
Tammy Beaumont, Amy Ellen Jones, Sarah Taylor, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Danielle Wyatt, Anya Shrubsole, Jenny Gunn, Bryony Smith, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone.
West Indies' bowlers put in a considerably improved effort in the second match of the series, but their batting was more or less on the similar lines. One could argue that the magnitude of their loss shifted from a massive 208-run defeat to just 121-run loss, it was primarily because the match was shortened due to rain.
After an inspired bowling performance in the first innings, restricting the hosts to just 233, West Indies never looked like overhauling even the half of it, let alone chasing the complete total down. Windies women showed glimpses of brilliance, but those were of duration, which was shorter even than what is required in a T20 game.
Earlier in the game, we saw a much-improved effort from their bowlers which was primarily due to their bowlers sticking to disciplined line and length and better support from their fielders as compared to the what it was like in the first match. They showed much-improved effort in their second match, and while we expect them to improve further going forward in the series, they'd have to play out of their skins to topple the English unit.
Hayley Matthews, Britney Cooper, Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation, Shemaine Campbelle, Stacy-Ann King, Afy Fletcher, Karishma Ramharack, Natasha McLean, Shamilia Connell.
Check out the Dream11 lineup for the 3rd ODI between England Women and West Indies women below:
Given the way things have gone in the series so far, it would be hard to imagine any other result possible other than an English win. Having said that, such is the nature of the game that any team is capable of beating any side on its day. Going into the third ODI, England have almost everything going for them. One, they are on a terrific winning streak of 12 limited overs fixture which is likely to be extended further. Two, West Indies have won only one game from their last 17 matches, so not a lot of resistance is expected. Due to that and the other aforementioned reasons, we think that England are firm favorites to win the upcoming fixture as well to complete yet another white-wash.
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