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|Amy Ellen Jones||37||35||5||0||105.71|
|Syeda Aroob Shah||4.0||0||34||0||8.50|
England Women started off in the T20I against Pakistan exactly from where they left in the One Day Internationals. The last ODI of the series between the two series was washed out due to rain with England in driving seat before rain arrived. England Women's show in the first T20I was no different to their show in the ODIs. They won the first match quite comfortably and will be looking to continue to build on that in the upcoming two matches. The next match of the series is to be played at the same venue on Friday, 20th December. Pakistan Women have so far been listless and would need to play out of their skins to topple in-form England. If their bowlers and batsmen can somehow both manage to play to their potential, English women could have a tough time, maybe, for once in the tournament.
It was the same old story for the Pakistan's Women as no one expect their skipper looked up for the task in their previous match. Bismah Maroof has been a splendid player for them in both the formats, but she has been the only one. She scored a valiant 60 off 58 deliveries, but lack of support from the rest of Pakistani batsmen meant that Pakistan finished with 30 runs less than they needed for a win.
So poor was Pakistan's batting in the first T20I that apart from Bismah Maroof, only Sidra Nawaz and Umaima Sohail ended up scoring in double-figures. Remarakably, as many as five Pakistani batsmen, including both their openers, were dismissed before they could even put up a run on the board.
While their batting was pathetic, to say the least, their bowlers did a reasonably job by restricting England to a chaseable score. They were disciplined with the ball throughout the innings and English batsmen had to work hard for scoring runs. Pakistan's Women would want their bowlers to similarly in the upcoming match as well and hope for their batsmen to fire. If they both can do that, English Women will have their work cut out.
Nahida Khan, Javeria Khan, Bismah Maroof, Iram Javed, Omaima Sohail, Fatima Sana, Ayesha Zafar, Anam Amin, Diana Baig, Sidra Nawaz, Syeda Aroob Shah.
It wouldn't be wrong to say that English Women have been flawless in the tournament so far. Apart from a one no-result fixture, the result of which wasn't in their control, they have not only won all their matches, but have done so with utter dominance.
It was no different in their last match as well and they defeated Pakistan's Women by a considerably big margin of 29 runs. Defending a total of 154 on a pretty decent surface to bat on, English bowlers needed to make early in-roads and their bowlers didn't disappoint and got their team to a superb start. Freya Davies played an important role as well as she removed both the openers and that resulted in too much pressure on Pakistan's middle order. Sophie Ecclestone got a three-wicket haul to her name and was the pick of English bowlers.
Earlier with the bat, it was Amy Jones, whose brilliant half century set up the match for England. She scored 53 off 39 deliveries and pretty much drove English inings once Danni Wyatt was dismissed inside the powerplay. Up in the tournament so far, almost all English batsmen have been amongst the runs and containing them is likely to be difficult for Pakistan's bowlers in the upcoming contest as well.
Amy Ellen Jones, Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Winfield, Mady Villiers, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Anya Shrubsole, Kate Cross, Fran Wilson.
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It has been a one-sided tournament so far and Pakistan Women have not only failed to win even one match, they haven't even stretched English Women. With ICC World T20 not too far away, both the sides would like to try as many combination as possible to zero in on a final playing eleven. While England seems to be there already, Pakistan are still searching for answers regarding their combination and, therefore, the upcoming two contests are still of massive important for them. Comparing the two sides, England have been a better unit on all accounts, and are, therefore, are favorites to emerge on top in the second T20I of the series as well. Although the odds are pretty low, betting on their win is a pretty safe proposition.
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