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England women won the ODI series against New Zealand with ease and would now have their eye on a 3-0 whitewash. The two matches played so far have been quite one-sided and we have seen the home team struggle to get its team balance right.
New Zealand is a side in transition after the retirement of some of its senior players and it is never easy to start against a strong team like England. A truly special effort will be required from New Zealand to be able to prevent a loss in this third ODI as well.
Are there any sins that point to a revival in New Zealand’s fortunes?
New Zealand Women vs England Women 3rd ODI 2021 is going to be played at the University Oval Dunedin on the 28th of February 2021.
New Zealand’s batting woes continued as none of its top-5 batters were able to get past 15 and only one got into double figures. You are always chasing the game after that and it took another special batting effort from Brooke Halliday to be able to get her side to a competitive total.
She has 215 runs to her name batting at number 7. Surely she can be given a promotion to see how she fares up the order. The problem has been that none of the other batters have been able to contribute.
Even superstars like Sophie Devine have been unable to contribute in any significant manner. Unless the experienced middle-order of Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, and Katey Martin starts to fire, New Zealand women are going to continue to struggle for runs.
Perhaps an even bigger gulf exists in the bowling qualities of the two teams. New Zealand women have failed to make any sort of impact in this series so far. They have managed to pick up a total of five wickets across two matches and that is just not good enough.
A change of tactics and maybe a change in personnel is needed to be able to put up a fight against England.
Katey Martin, Natalie Dodd, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Hayley Jensen, Hannah Rowe, Frances Mackay, Jess Kerr.
England would be feeling that cricket is the easiest sport in the world right now. Its batters are dominating New Zealand and the bowlers are doing their job very well too. There has not been one moment in the entire series where England has looked close to being on the losing end.
So what should England change for this last ODI?
We don’t think they need to make any change whatsoever but they may opt to give some of their less experienced players a chance in this next match. Women’s cricket does not have the most reliable of scheduling and so teams are aware of the need to blood in youngsters whenever they get the chance.
Nate Sciver was the best performer for England in the previous match but there have been so many other good performances already. Tammy Beaumont made 72 in the previous match, Amy Ellen Jones made 46, Katherine Brunt, Sarah Glenn, and Sophie Ecclestone have been very good with the ball, and a couple more.
England could easily swap out a couple of players and still be stronger than what New Zealand has to offer.
In current form, England is a better batting side, a better bowling side, and much more astute tactically than New Zealand.
Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones, Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Davies, Kate Cross.
Both the ODI matches so far have been won by the team batting second. We think the team that wins the toss is going to want to field first in this match as well.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
The conditions in Dunedin were excellent for cricket. The weather forecast is pretty good for this match and we should not have any trouble getting a full game in. As far as the pitch goes, the ball came on nicely to the bat and we thought New Zealand really missed an opportunity to get a big score batting first.
The same surface is expected to be used and so it may be a bit slower than it was for the first match.
A score of around 230 should be seen as par batting first.
We think England has what it takes to win this series 3-0 and march into the next leg of the tour unbeaten. There is not a single area of the game in which New Zealand has come close to challenging England so far and we have no reason to believe that will change overnight.
Bet on England Women to win.
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