EN-W vs WI-W Dream 11 Team: Rampant England look to complete sweep against a crumbling West Indian outfit
This three match ODI series between England and West Indies women was supposed to be an engrossing one, a contest between two teams regarded highly in the cricketing fraternity. It’s turned out to be the complete opposite though with the home side trouncing the visitors, a West Indian unit who’ve played worse than the lowest ranked teams in the world.
England extend their tighthold over West Indies in the second ODI as well, putting in a complete performance with the bat and ball to win by 121 runs through the DLS method. A rain curtailed match was initially reduced to 41 overs with England managing to register 233-7 despite slumping from 110-1 to 179-6.
Following up stupendous batting performances from Tammy Beaumont (61), Natalie Sciver (35) and Anya’s quick fire 35 were Kate Cross and Shrubsole with the 2 wickets each. West Indies found themselves languishing at 87-6 before rain decided to make one final intervention to give the home side an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
Making an advent into the third and final ODI today, despite England having won the series, this is by no means an inconsequential encounter. England will be looking to make it a three match winning streak and cement their berth in the ICC ODI Women’s World Cup 2021 while the West India unit will be out with an aim to save face. There are plenty of interesting propositions lined up today, ones which promise to make this encounter an edge of the seat thriller.
West Indies have completely faltered this series with their biggest affliction being their inability to adapt to the 50 over format. They’ve gone about following in the T20 method, losing wickets to big, unnecessary shots to be pummelled by a deadly English bowling unit which has put them down in unison.
There’s only one winner emerging from this and that is the English side. Well acclimatised with the home conditions, they have been a formidable force to be reckoned with, one West Indies have found just too hot to handle. England have cruised past both the previous matches and we expect them to come out of today’s match with a runaway win as well.
Wicket-Keepers for EN-W vs WI-W Dream 11
We’ve shifted away from the two wicket-keeper format with only England’s Amy Jones being brought in by us. England’s strength in batting has been the top-order and we fully envision her coming good once again.
Batters for EN-W vs WI-W Dream 11
We’ll begin with last match’s exceptional performer, Tammy Beaumont. Her 61 set the foundation of her side reaching a healthy total and given the exceptional abilities she has, expect another big score from her. Heather Knight is going to accompany her to complete our pick of English batswomen.
From West Indies we’ve gone with Campbell. She waged a lone battle as wickets tumbled around her, scrimmaging past the tedious conditions to score the highest runs of any batter from her side. Nation has looked technically well versed as well and she comes in alongside Campbell.
All-Rounders for EN-W vs WI-W Dream 11
The one pick from each side with England’s Natalie Sciver and West Indies’ Hayley Mathews coming up. Both are the finest all-rounders in the game at the moment, making full use of their slew of abilities in both the facets to be irreplaceable for their sides.
Bowlers for EN-W vs WI-W Dream 11
In comes a trio of English bowlers for us given the inclement form West Indies have shown with the bat. The visiting side could well be bowled out yet again today evening and that sees us pick Ecclestone, Shrubsole and Cross.
Te lone section in Aly Fletcher from West Indies is going to wrap our side from the culminating encounter.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Natalie Sciver is going to captain our side while West Indies Mathews is the vice-captain on the night.
England Vs West Indies Women, Three Match ODI Series
Match: England Vs West Indies 3rd ODI
Date And Time: 13th June, Thursday- 6:30pm IST