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The history of Women's Cricket in India dates long back to 1978, when Indian women played their first one-day international. Women Cricket in India has grown leaps and bound since then and although they have toured many countries in process, their tour to the Caribbean Islands have been few, one to be precise. Indians last toured West Indies in 2011-12 under the leadership Anjum Chopra wherein they lost the series 2-1.
Indian Women are set to play West Indies women in Caribbean Islands and will be looking to return home with a different result this time. Featuring three ODIs followed by five T20Is, this tour is going to be a long one for the Indians and they'd love to get their campaign kick-started as soon as possible. The first match of the series is set to be played at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua on 1st November.
West Indies aren't a side they used to be a few years ago. They have lost their seven ODIs since their win over Sri Lanka back in 2017-18. The Caribbean team's laclustre performance is evident from their position in the ICC Women's Championship. They are placed at the seventh spot at the ladder, above only Sri Lanka, and have a lot of work to do in order to get up the ladder.
On paper, West Indies do not lack talent. They have some of the finest strokemakers in the game, just like the men's team, but they have repeatedly failed to handle pressure and bat patiently. Barring Stephanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin, almost everyone has struggled to be consistent, which has been one of the biggest problem for the management.
Hayley Mathews, one of their key players, is set to sit out for the first two matches as she is serving an eight-match ban due to disciplinary issues. All in all, West Indies have a pretty good team on-paper and are likely to benefit from the familiar conditions, but beating India wouldn't be an easy task for them.
Natasha McLean, Stacy-Ann King, Shemaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor, Kyshona Knight, Chedean Nation, Anisa Mohammed, Sheneta Grimmond, Chinelle Henry, Shawnisha Hector, Aaliyah Alleyne.
Led by Mithali Raj, this Indian side looks a lot more accomplished in both experience and talent as compared to the one that toured West Indies back in 2011-12. This side has excellent amalgamation of youth and experience with four players - Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur, Ekta Bisht, and Jhulan Goswami, having a considerable experience of playing at West Indies' soil.
In addition to that, India did pretty well in the World T20 held in West Indies last year and would take confidence from that. India have an excellent battery of bowlers with good mixture of pace and spinners. The spinners, in particular, could prove to be pretty handy on West Indies' surfaces, which are likely to be slow.
Poonam Yadav and Ekta Bisht impressed one and all in India's recently concluded series against the Proteas and will be looking to carry on. India have a formidable batting unit as well with the likes of Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodriques, and Mithali Raj doing well in recent times. Thanks to the presence of all-rounders in the middle order, India bat deep without compromising on bowling quality. Considering that as well as other aforementioned things, beating India isn't going to be as straightforward for the Caribbean team as it was seven years ago.
Mithali Raj, Taniya Bhatia, Jhulan Goswami, Shikha Pandey, Ekta Bisht, Deepti Sharma, Punam Raut, Harmanpreet Kaur, Jemimah Rodrigues, Priya Punia, Poonam Yadav.
Rewind a few years and the bookies would have favored West Indies to win the series. The tables, however, have turned in the recent times and Indians are favorties to win, as far as the bookmakers are concerned, with the upcoming match with the odds 1.25. While the return is not much, betting on India is pretty safe considering the combination of both the sides. Indians have done exceedingly well in recent times and are certainly a better unit on-paper. Betting on India's win would be the way to go in the upcoming fixture.
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