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The Pakistani women won the second ODI to keep the series alive. It took a couple of very good performances for the hosts to overcome a strong Windies women side which has been excellent in all departments of the game.
Can the Pakistani women build on their victory in the second ODI and actually go on to win the series? It will be a great win and an achievement if they can make it happen. The Windies, on the other hand, would be hoping that the last match was just an aberration. They had many opportunities where they could have won but let the game drift.
The Windies have enough talent in their side to be confident but they are not going to be underestimating the Pakistani women anymore.
Getting enough runs has been the biggest problem for the Pakistani women but a couple of excellent performances from Sidra Ameen and Nida Dar helped lay the foundation for a very competitive total. Both the players could have reached three figures in the match but were a little tired by the end.
The more we see Nida Dar play we think she is the future of this Pakistani batting unit. She is always ready to take the game head on and has the ability to clear the boundaries as well. She is going to be the biggest wicket for the Windies women in this match as well.
Sidra Ameen played a very patient inning eventually ending up on 96 from 121 balls. The interesting fact about her inning was that she had 14 boundaries but a lot of dot balls in between. She needs to keep getting the boundaries regularly otherwise the pressure adds up on her. It could be a problem for her in the future.
The Pakistani women must be hoping that Bismah Maroof and Javeria Khan are able to improve their performances and help the team win the series. Both of the batters are batting in the top-4 and play an integral role in for their side. Against the WIndies, though, they seem to be have lost their touch completely.
Diana Baig picked up four wickets to break the back of the Windies challenge and Sana Mir picked up some late wickets as well. Both the players were very good and will be leading the bowling attack in this match as well. The Pakistani women bowling attack is not too bad but it does need to the support of a strong total to defend if they are to be at their best.
Sidra Ameen, Nahida Khan, Javeria Khan, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar, Kainat Imtiaz, Aliya Riaz, Sana Mir, Sidra Nawaz, Nashra Sandhu, Diana Baig.
The Windies women would have been quite disappointed to not have been able to wrap up the series in the second ODI. They had Pakistan at 52 for 3 before Nida Dar and Sidra Ameen took the game away from them.
As a side that has six to seven excellent bowling options at its disposal, this inability to be effective in the middle overs would have rankled.
Deandra Dottin was expensive and not as good as what she showed herself to be in the first match. Dottin is the most influential player of this WIndies side right now. She opens the batting and runs into bowl fast.
She is also someone who is not afraid of taking the attack to the Pakistani spinners.
It was a little strange to see Stafanie Taylor bowl only four overs and that too a bit later in the inning. She seems to have regressed in the last few months which is something that the WIndies would want to overcome.
The biggest advantage for the Windies is the strength of its batting when compared to the Pakistani women. They have many players who are capable of scoring centuries and winning the match. There is also no comparison between the amount of power that the Windies bring to the table and most other sides in women’s world cricket.
Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin, Shermaine Campbelle and Natasha McClean are all superb batters that are going to come hard at the Pakistani bowling no matter what. The only thing that they need to be careful of is to go too hard while chasing targets.
It appears that the Windies women sometimes don’t realize how much time they have in ODI cricket and that they are going to be able to win most games just by taking them deep.
Deandra Dottin, Kycia Knight, Shemaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation, Natasha McLean, Chinelle Henry, Afy Fletcher, Shakera Selman, Shamilia Connell, Karishma Ramharack.
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The 3rd ODI between the Pakistani women and the Windies women is going to be played at the ICC Academy, Dubai. The weather forecast for the match is excellent for cricket as is the case on most days in the region.
The pitch at the ICC Academy is expected to be good for batting with a little bit of help in it for the spinners. If anything, the pitch may actually be a little slower than the other pitches so far.
The Pakistani women will be in high spirits after the last match and believe that they can beat the Windies women. It will require another one or maybe two brilliant performances from them to be just in the game. We think the Windies are the far stronger side in this contest and should be able to win with relative ease.
Back the Windies to win.