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The Pakistani Women managed to avoid a 3-0 result in the T20 internationals against the Windies women and will be hoping to get some better results in the ODI series to be played in Dubai. It is not going to be easy. The WIndies women are a formidable side in white ball cricket and easily one tier above the level of play that the Pakistani women are used to.
Hopefully, the conditions in Dubai will suit the Pakistani women and a more balanced contest can be seen. Pakistani women may be the home side in this contest but there is no doubt that they are going to go into this series as the underdogs.
Pakistan can take some hope going into the series against the Windies. The home side was very good in the last two T20 internationals that were played between the two sides. They won the last match and lost the one before that in the Super Over.
One of the things that have been positive for Pakistani women's cricket has been the emergence of some quality batters. Nida Dar is an exciting talent and in pretty good form as well. She scored 53 off just 40 deliveries in the win against the Windies and was getting consistent starts before that as well.
She is also someone who has a fair bit of power in the middle of the batting order. That is not a luxury that Pakistani women have had earlier. The senior batters of the side will be expected to lead and that includes Javeria Khan, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar, and Omaima Sohail.
The Pakistani women’s batting may have improved in the last few years but it is still not as good as what the WIndies are bringing to the table.
This is why the Pakistani women’s bowling is going to be so crucial.
Sana Mir is going to be leading the bowling attack as she has for a few years now. Aiman Anwar, Nashra Sandhu, and a host all-rounders provide some good options to the side. The real onus of picking up the wickets, though, is going to come on Sana Mir.
Sidra Ameen, Nahida Khan, Javeria Khan, Omaima Sohail, Nida Dar, Kainat Imtiaz, Aliya Riaz, Sana Mir, Sidra Nawaz, Aiman Anwer, Nashra Sandhu.
The Windies women are going to be very confident of winning this series. They have an excellent record against the Pakistani women and a lot of their players have been playing some tough cricket in the WBBL also.
One of the most exciting players in women's cricket, Deandra Dottin, is going to be the player to watch out for in this series. She opens the batting and is able to take the attack to the new ball. She is very well equipped to take advantage of the powerplay overs and set the tone for the rest of the side.
Dottin is moved up and down the order in ODI cricket but we hope to see her near the top of the order in Dubai.
Kycia Knight, Shermaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor, and Natasha McClean all make for a very strong batting order. The Windies have the ability to clear the field against the spinners and also have the temperament to bat out the fifty overs regularly.
The only thing that the batters are really going to be worried about is a lack of pace from the pitch. We have seen the Windies women get a little frustrated and try to over-attack even when the conditions don’t quite suit them.
As with the batting, on paper, the WIndies bowling is better than the Pakistani women. At least when it comes to seam bowling. They have more options at their disposal and once again the efforts of Deandra Dottin are going to fun to watch.
She runs in and gives its everything whenever she gets the ball.
The WIndies spinners don’t have the same kind of wicket taking abilities but they are pretty consistent too. The fast bowlers must recognize to change up their pace and use the conditions to their advantage. Plenty of experience and a culture of winning makes the Windies a formidable side to come up against.
Deandra Dottin, Kycia Knight, Shemaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation, Natasha McLean, Chinelle Henry, Afy Fletcher, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman, Shamilia Connell.
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The first ODI between Pakistani women and the WIndies women is going to be played at the Dubai International Stadium, Dubai. The weather is expected to be clear and sunny on match day. The pitch is flat, dry, and devoid of much help for the bowlers. Run Scoring can be a bit slow because the ball does not come on to the bat but there are runs to be had after spending some time on the crease.
The Windies women have won the last five matches against the Pakistani women. It is difficult to see them losing this one with the superior personnel in their side in all aspects of the game.
Back the WIndies women to win.