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India women have won the ODI series against South Africa women very convincingly. They now have another opportunity to blank them in a series. India women let their chance go in the T20 series and ended up losing the dead rubber. We are sure they would want to better this time around.
South Africa women would be very disappointed at losing the ODI series. More than the T20 series, it was the ODI series which seemed to be a good opportunity for South Africa to find some parity against the Indians.
The third ODI match is their last opportunity to win a match on this tour.
India women vs South Africa women 3rd ODI is going to be played at the Reliance Stadium, Vadodra on the 14th of October 2019.
A supreme batting performance by India in the second ODI helped it gun down the biggest target it has ever successfully chased. Two extremely mature innings by Mithali Raj and Poonam Raut set the base for the chase while Harmanpreet Kaur came in and smashed 37 off 27 balls to seal the chase.
It was an excellent performance from a team that has so far not been challenged in the batting and has depended on the bowling to win it matches.
This confidence in scoring a huge total to win the match is going to help the Indians in the third match as well. All of the batters are in form right from Priya Punia at the top till Harmanpreet Kaur at number five.
Mithali raj is also showing that she is serious about giving the World Cup another shot.
The bowling for the Indian women suffered at the hands of the South African batters in the previous match. Ekta Bisht, Shikha Pandey, and Poonam Yadav were the ones to be able to pick some wickets and keep a lid on the scoring but overall it looked like the South Africans had managed to get the better of them.
The wicket is expected to be a bit direr for the final ODI and that should help the Indian spinners gain the upper hand once again.
Priya Punia, Jemimah Rodrigues, Punam Raut, Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Taniya Bhatia, Ekta Bisht, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Mansi Joshi.
South Africa women played the best they have on this tour and still did not get a win. It was the best batting performance from them that we have seen against spin bowling in a long time. Every single one of their batters got a start with Lizelle Lee scoring 40, Laura Wolvaardt 69, and Mignon du Preez 44.
This batting show was an example of what the South Africans can do when in full flow.
Perhaps a couple of big hits towards the end could have been the difference between winning and losing but the batters were struggling y the end of the inning.
To expect another similar or superior batting performance in the third match is hoping for too much. With nothing to play for, we expect the South Africans to struggle once again.
The bowling was very disappointing and Marizanne Kapp was the only bowler to be able to get some control over the Indian batters.
Ayabonga Khaka was very expensive although she did pick up three wickets. Still, going at almost 7 runs an over in women’s ODI cricket is astronomical.
The lack of quality spinners in the middle to take advantage of the conditions was apparent once again. South Africa’s bowling attack is not threatening at all in Indian conditions and that is not something that is going to change in a couple of days.
Lizelle Lee, Laura Wolvaardt, Trisha Chetty, Mignon du Preez, Sune Luus, Marizanne Kapp, Lara Goodall, Shabnim Ismail, Nondumiso Shangase, Tumi Sekhukhune, Ayabonga Khaka.
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A sunny day with no chance of rain has been forecast for match day. The extra sun should allow the pitch to dry out even more and become a bit more spinner friendly. We still think that the batters will have the upper hand in the first inning but things should start becoming more difficult as the match progresses.
We think that the Indian women should be able to win this match and register a clean sweep over the South African women.
Bet on India women to win.
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