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After a long wait, England Women finally got to get on the field and the wait was well and truly worth it. They hammered West Indies by a massive margin in the first match of the five-match T20I series and will be looking to establish an imposing lead with yet another win. The two teams will now meet on 23rd September at County Cricket Ground, Derby. Playing cricket after a long while, both teams looked a little rusty in the opening match, but we expect both sides to do a lot better on Wednesday.
With South Africa Women's tour of England canceled, English Women's wait to play Cricket was extended by around a month. The players were desperately waiting to get back on the field and they delivered brilliantly once they got a chance. England Women ended their first outing after six months in a fantastic manner as they prevailed over West Indies women.
Electing to bat first on a dry surface, Heather Knight couldn't have asked for a better start from her openers. Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont added 43 runs for the first wicket before Wyatt lost her wicket. Natalie Sciver couldn't do much as she followed Wyatt back to the pavilion soon thereafter. With brief cameos from Amy Jones and Heather Knight, England Women found themselves in a position to dictate terms, but a mini-collapse at the end of the innings rendered them at least 20 runs short of the total they seemed to be aiming for at one stage. However, their bowlers ensured that even a total of 163 is huge to chase down.
Katherine Brunt was superb at the top and even though she ended up wicketless, her spell proved to be vital to keep Windies' Women tied during the initial phase of the chase. She expended just eight runs in the four overs she bowled. Barring Anya Shrubsole, who was a tad expensive, all English bowlers bowled beautifully. Natalie Sciver and Sophie Ecclestone picked up a couple of wickets each and Sarah Glenn contributed with one wicket.
Going by the way England Women performed in the first match, they seem to be having almost everything in order. Their top-order seems to be doing well and it is only a matter of time before their lower middle-order starts firing as well. Having the advantage of playing at home as well, England are going to be a tough side to get past in the second match of the series as well.
Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Amy Ellen Jones, Katherine Brunt, Mady Villiers, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Ecclestone, Anya Shrubsole.
Although West Indies Women didn't get off to the kind of start they would have wanted to, they would be nonetheless jubilant to be back on the field. Just like England Women, West Indies' Women were also playing after a good gap of six months are were itching to get on the field. Now that they have, they'll be looking to go a step further and get a win as soon as possible.
After a poor start to the day, West Indies bowlers did an excellent job to keep England Women to a total of 163. While the total to chase wasn't tough, Windies needed their top-order to fire, but early departures of Hayley Mathews and Stephanie Taylor pushed West Indies Women into a spot of bother. With a majestic fifty, scoring 69 off 59 deliveries, Deandra Dottin fought hard to keep her side in the match, but lack of support from the other end kept making things difficult for her and the team. So poor was Windies' Women's performance with the bat that barring Dottin, none of their batters managed to score in double digits. The second highest contribution to their score was through extras - 17, as they ended up up a total of 116 for 6, losing the match by 47 runs.
Earlier on the day, the lack of recent match practice was clearly apparent as Windies' bowlers gave away too many freebies too frequently. Having said that, they all got back into the groove after a few overs and restricted England to a manageable score, which didn't seem to be a possibility at one time. Shakera Selman was the pick of Windies' bowlers and returned with the figures of 3 for 26 in her four overs. Hayley Mathews and Stephanie Taylor both picked up a couple of wickets each and Shamillia Connell picked up one wicket.
All in all, the magnitude dependency of this West Indies Women's team on Stephanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin, and Hayley Mathews is well and truly apparent. With their bowling looks decent, Windies would need at least two of their top-three to fire big. Given the way English bowlers bowled in the first match, it is not going to be easy. If Windies Women can find a way to score runs quickly, we will certainly be in for a cracker of a match.
Shemaine Campbelle, Deandra Dottin, Britney Cooper, Lee Ann Kirby, Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell, Afy Fletcher, Shakera Selman, Aaliyah Alleyne.
Even though there are chances of rain and the uncertainty makes it easier for the team batting second, we believe that the team batting first could have a hard time. It is largely because of the slow nature of the surface, which will get even slower with every passing bowl. Win the toss and bat first should be the way to go for the skipper winning the toss here.
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It was a slow surface at Derby on Monday and with rain prevailing over the previous two days, we expect it to be a bit sticky in the upcoming contest. Batting will be a tad more difficult than it was on Monday. There is rain forecasted for the day, but there are chances that the weather will get better as the day passed. Having said that, there is still a possibility of this match getting washed-out. Keeping the weather and the surface into consideration, the team batting first would want to score a total of at least 150 runs here.
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There appeared to be a clear mismatch between the preparations and the performances of the two sides as England Women cruised past West Indies Women. We expect West Indies Women to put up an improved performance on Wednesday, but it would take a gigantic effort from them to beat this English unit. English top-order and bowlers looked in decent form and getting past them would be a huge challenge. Considering that and the combination of the two sides on paper, England Women should register an easy win in the upcoming encounter.
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