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|Nilakshi de Silva||5||6||0||0||83.33|
|Amy Ellen Jones||57||38||6||2||150.00|
The England women’s cricket team is going to play its final T20 against the Sri Lanka women’s team at the Sinhalese Cricket Club and look to close out what has been a wildly successful cricket tour. England was expected to win and it has done that easily. All the five matches played until now have been extremely one-sided and the English women have barely even been tested.
Now, they have the opportunity to wrap up this tour with a whitewash in the T20 series as well. This is Sri Lanka’s last chance to grab something from this series. No one expected them to win the series but ending without a single win or even a close match will be very disappointing for them.
The Sri Lankan women have lost both their previous T20 matches in the series by 8 wickets and we are sure they would like a chance to chase in this last match. There are some huge problems in the Sri Lankan women’s cricket team that are not going anywhere.
The quality of cricket that they are playing is just not close enough to be being competitive. The batting is almost entirely dependent on Chamari Atthapaththu and Imalka Mendis. There is very little resistance beyond the top-3 and so the opposition is always in with a chance no matter how good the start has been.
The biggest thing that we have noticed is a lack of belief in the Sri Lankan women. They have come on to the field expecting to lose. While the batting has been poor, the bowling has been even less effective.
The Sri Lankan bowlers have been unable to pick wickets and the few that they have got are down to batter errors. It would be very interesting to see the English women bat first, though, because they may end up targeting too big a total and give the Sri Lankan bowlers some chances.
The fielding has been another letdown for the Sri Lankans and just drives home the point about nothing going right for the Sri Lankans.
Chamari Atapattu, Nilakshi de Silva, Hansima Karunaratne, Umesha Thimashini, Dilani Manodara, M Meththananda, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Achini Kulasuriya, Sugandika Kumari, Harshitha Madavi, Shashikala Siriwardene.
The English women would be enjoying this tour to Sri Lanka very much. The country is beautiful and the cricket is not taxing at all! This last match may be a good opportunity for England to test itself but giving some of its bench a run and maybe opting to bat first if it gets the opportunity.
Danny Wyatt, Amy Jones, Tammy Beaumont, and Nate Sciver have not left much to do for the batters to follow, of which there are many. It has been impressive to see the England women’s cricket team adapt to conditions in Sri Lanka with such ease.
The Sri Lankan spinners were always going to be the banana peel on which they could slip but they have tackled that problem brilliantly. The England batting is way too strong for Sri Lanka and we don’t see them missing out on another opportunity to flay the bowling in the last match.
Katherine Brunt continues to be the chief wicket-taker for England in this series. She has been absolutely brilliant with her line and length throughout the series and used her changes of pace pretty well too. There are six to seven bowling options in the England side in any given lineup and we are certain that any five of those picked at random will be enough to do the job against Sri Lanka.
Danielle Wyatt, Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield, Sophia Dunkley Brown, Laura Marsh, Linsey Smith, Kate Cross, Freya Davies.
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The third ODI between Sri Lanka women and England women is going to be played at the Sinhalese Cricket Club, Colombo. The weather forecast for Colombo is pretty good and we should not have any interruptions.
The pitch at the SCC is flat and lifeless. There is going to be nothing for the bowlers and the pace is also slow which makes life difficult for the batters as well. In all, an attritional style of cricket is likely.
There are no certainties in cricket but this is as close to one that we will see.
Back England women to win.
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