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Indian women bounced back in the series against West Indies women with a spectacular performance in the second ODI. With both teams having one win to their name, the series hangs in a perfect balance and the only remaining fixture is going to be of massive importance. The third match of the series is set to be played at the same venue as the venue of first two maches, Antigua, on 6th November. Both the sides have had their moments in the series so far and the one that handles pressure well in the upcoming encounter will emerge on top and take the series.
West Indies did exceedingly well to register a win in the first match of the series as they came from behind to defend a modest total. They could not repeat the same feat in the second ODI wherein they were chasing as they lost the match by 53-runs.
Anisa Mohammad bowled a brilliant last over to keep India from winning the first match, but she could repeat the same in the second match of the series. West Indies' bowlers did well to choke Indian batsmen, but the situation changed in the death overs as West Indies' bowlers failed to stick to the plan. After a terrific first half, West Indies gave away too many runs in the death overs.
India evenutally ended up putting 191 runs on the board, a total that prove to be too much in the end. The architect of win in the first match, Stephanie Taylor, couldn't do much in this match and was dismissed for a personal score of 20. West Indies women fell short of India's total by 53 runs. As they proved in the first match, West Indies Women are certainly more than capable of defeating this Indian unit.
Stafanie Taylor, Anisa Mohammed, Shemaine Campbelle, Stacy-Ann King, Kyshona Knight, Chedean Nation, Natasha McLean, Afy Fletcher, Hayley Matthews, Aaliyah Alleyne, Shabika Gajnabi.
India shrugged away their narrow loss of the first match with a much-improved show in the second match of the tour to keep the the series alive. Indian run was powered by superb knocks from Punam Raut, Mithali Raj, and Harmanpreet Kaur, who all played key roles to take India to a formidable total on a difficult wicket to bat on.
India are at the third spot in the ICC Women's World Championship and a win here will take them closer to England, who are on second spot with 18 points to their name. Although Indian women haven't been in prime form with the bat, their bowlers have done brilliantly.
Indian spinners did exceedingly well to keep West Indies batsmen in both the matches and are likely to play a key role in the upcoming fixture as well. Poonam Yadav dismissed Stephanie Taylor and sent Nation back to the pavilion soon thereafter. India have done pretty well in the international circuit so far and beating them isn't going to be easy for the hosts.
Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur, Taniya Bhatia, Jhulan Goswami, Shikha Pandey, Poonam Yadav, Punam Raut, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Jemimah Rodrigues, Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma.
The upcoming match between the two sides is the most important fixture not only in context of the series or the Women's World Championship, but also historically. India have never beaten West Indies women in a bilateral series and they'll have an opportunity to do so in the upcoming fixture. Comparing the two team on paper and on the basis of performance in the series as well as the other games the two teams have played of late, India go in as firm favorites to win the upcoming match and take the series.
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