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While men's cricket has picked up after Covid-19, Women's cricket is still recovering from the wrath of the pandemic. Most of the international teams are yet to resume the action and India are one such team. They are set to take on South Africa in a T20I series that is set to begin on 7th March 2021. The first match will be played at Ekana International Cricket Stadium at Lucknow.
It's been almost around a year since Indian Women's cricket team last played an international cricket match and they might be a little rusty going into the next match. The indecisiveness was apparent in the selection process as well. The selection of C Prathyusha and Monica Patel over Shikha Pandey gave birth to several controversies, which are likely to go on until this series ends.
As Indians haven't played any cricket in recent times, not a lot can be said on performance. However, they have a decent side as far as balance on paper is concerned. The presence of Smriti Mandhana at the top is enough to send scares to the oppositions' camp. With Mithali Raj available as well, there is no dearth of experience in India's camp. Having said that, the lack of recent match experience could prove to be a major deterrent.
On paper, Indian Women have a solid top-order, but a relatively fragile middle-order. Also, their strategy of testing out youngsters may well backfire in the series. Other than that, they seem to be having all their bases covered and defeating them could be a colossal challenge.
Punam Raut, Smriti Mandhana, Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Sushma Verma, Jhulan Goswami, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Monica Patel, Poonam Yadav.
A lot unlike India, South Africa have already played two series after the pandemic. They met Pakistan a while ago and performed well, but not really as much as how they would have liked. Even though they won the home series, they were nowhere close to their usual best. This series would not only help them polish their skills, but will also give them an opportunity to get an experience of playing in spin friendly conditions.
South Africa are likely to come in with pretty much the same lineup as they did against Pakistan. Led by Sune Luus, South Africa have experience and talent running right through. The presence of all-rounders in Lizelle Lee and Marizanne Kapp. However, the absence of Dane van Niekerk, Chloe Tyron, and Masabata Klaas certainly takes away the stregnth the Proteas generally have at their disposal.
Laura Wolvaardt and Lizelle Lee are going to be key to the Proteas' fortunes and that pair would need to do well for the visitors to do well. If that happens, South African Women's cricket team will be in business.
Laura Wolvaardt, Trisha Chetty, Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez, Sune Luus, Marizanne Kapp, Nadine de Klerk, Ayabonga Khaka, Shabnim Ismail, Lara Goodall, Nonkululeko Mlaba.
The two teams have contrasting strength and weaknesses. While India are argubaly a stronger side on paper, the South Africa Women's cricket team have recently played matches and lack of match practice could be a colossal concern. For tha tteason, we think that betting on the Indian Women should be the way to go here.
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