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The West Indies women have won the second T20 match and the series against the Ireland women, once again, by a comfortable margin. There is not time to rest as the third T20 is going to be played right after the second T20.
Ireland was missing its regular captain, Laura Delany, due to injury and she is not expected to be available for this third match either. Ireland managed to bring the margin of defeat down somewhat but there was never any doubt about the result.
The West Indies women have been professional and made no mistakes. They would expect it of themselves to do the job once more and end the series with a 3-0 scoreline. Can the Irish women do something to stop what seems to be inevitable at this point in time?
Ireland women bowled first in the second T20 international against the West Indies and put up a bit more of a fight. They had been bowled out for 75 in the first match while chasing 139 but managed to get 112 while chasing 157 in the second match.
Kim Garth, the stand-in skipper, was the top-scorer for Ireland women once again with 51 to her name. She has stood out as the one world-class player in the side and someone who could handle the extra responsibility in the absence of Laura Delany.
Mary Waldron and Gaby Lewis also showed a few sparks with the bat before getting out. Unfortunately for Ireland women, there is very little batting talent after the top-3. Shauna Kavanagh was one of the players that we had hoped would be able to provide more of a resistance to the West Indian bowling but that did not happen either.
The loss of one of their senior most players is not an easy one for the Ireland women to overcome. The batting is just a bit too weak to be competitive at this level and the bowling is not too strong either. Kim Garth picked up three wickets while bowling and was in the mix of things while Celeste Raack and Sophie MacMahon were pretty decent either.
On the whole, this series should be looked at as a development exercise for Ireland because they still have a long way to go.
Mary Waldron, Gaby Lewis, Kim Garth, Rebecca Stokell, Shauna Kavanagh, Una Raymond-Hoey, Louise Little, Sophie MacMahon, Celeste Raack, Lara Maritz, Anna Kerrison.
The West Indian women decided to change a few things up and give some of the players that had not been getting time in the middle more of a chance. Hayley Matthews, Britney Cooper, Stacy Ann King, and Shermaine Campbelle all got chances but they were not able to convert it into a really big score.
The West Indian batting is so much stronger than Ireland’s that complacency might creep into the players. They know that they are not at much risk of losing even after losing two, three, or four, early wickets because they have the depth in their batting.
There also seemed to be a sense of boredom in the players when they were out in the middle and a need to try something different just to challenge yourself.
We are certain that the West Indies women’s team is going to make a few changes to its playing eleven and the batting order to give more of its players a run.
The bowling attack has been professional and is proving to far more than what the Irish women can handle.
Some new faces like Afy Fletcher and Chedean Nation were given the opportunity to bowl their full quota of overs and they did pretty well. Unless one of the Ireland batters has a phenomenally good day, this West Indian side is not going to be challenged.
Hayley Matthews, Britney Cooper, Stacy-Ann King, Shemaine Campbelle, Chedean Nation, Natasha McLean, Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor, Karishma Ramharack, Shamilia Connell, Afy Fletcher.
The team that wins the toss is likely to want to bowl first to take advantage of the overcast conditions.
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The 3rd T20 international between Ireland women and the West Indies women is going to be played at the Pembroke Cricket Club, Dublin. The weather forecast for Dublin is for grey skies and some rain around. Hopefully, the rain clears by the time the match is scheduled to start and allows us to witness a full game.
The conditions in Pembroke are going to be good for batting with a little bit of help for the bowlers especially if the conditions remain overcast. We could see a lower scoring game than the previous one.
There are some fantastic odds available on Ireland but betting on the home team is not something we can recommend. If you find the odds on the West Indies women too low then wait for some in-play opportunities otherwise sit this one out. The result here is as certain as can be in T20 cricket.
Bet on the West Indies women to win.
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