ENG-W vs IND-W, 1st T20I

Match Preview –

 England Women will face India Women in the 1st T20I at County Ground, Northampton match on 9 July 2021. England Women have won the ODI series 2-1 and will aim to win this series as well. India Women prevented an embarrassing whitewash but will definitely look forward to come stronger this time.

Pitch and Weather Report –

The pitch will be more favourable for batting and it will be best suited for pacers rather than spinners. Light rain is possible with temperatures at 15 – 16 ° C.

Venue Stats (T20)

Total matches                         1

Matches won batting first       1

Average 1st Inning  scores     180

Average 2nd Inning scores     138

Highest total recorded             180/6 (20 Ov) by ENG-W vs WI-W

Lowest score defended           180/6 (20 Ov) by ENG-W vs WI-W

Top Wicketkeeper pick

1) Amy Ellen Jones – The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman played decent innings in her last match and has proved her capabilities as a wicketkeeper time and again. She has strong command, power and fluency to her current form.

Matches – 57

Runs – 810

Average – 20.25

Top 3 Batsman Picks

1) Shafali Verma – The young right-handed batsman is a hard hitter player who played phenomenal innings in her last series. Her ODI match performance has been improving since her debut in this format.

Matches – 22

Runs – 617

Average – 29.38

2) Smriti Mandhana – The left-handed batsman is an experienced player in this format and has been improving her form.

Matches – 78

Runs – 1782

Average – 25.45

3) Tammy Beaumont – This 30y old right-handed batsmen has shown a series of good performances. She has good average and experience in this format and could be beneficial for her team in the next match.

Matches – 91

Runs – 1484

Average – 22.83

Top 3 Bowler Picks

1) Sophie Ecclestone – This slow left-arm spinner is renowned for her accuracy and economy. She was on a streak of taking wickets in the last series and is in her prime form. She bowls economical spells as well.

Matches – 42

Wickets – 61

Economy – 5.82

2) Maddy Villiers – This right arm offbreak bowler was in good form in the last series with a consistent economical bowling spell.

Matches – 12

Wickets – 11

Economy – 6.57

3) Radha Yadav – The slow left arm orthodox bowler gave good fantasy points in the last series against England. She is in good form and has a lot of potential to perform in this series as well.

Matches – 37

Wickets – 51

Economy – 6.28

Top 4 All-rounder Picks

1) Katherine Brunt – The right arm medium fast bowler and right handed batsman played with aggression and passion in the past matches. Her performance has been improving since then.

Matches – 89

Runs – 93

Average – 18.90

Wickets – 74

Economy – 5.46

2) Natalie Sciver – The right arm medium bowler and right-handed batsman is one of the best allrounder from her squad. She has good economy and average stats in this format. She’ll prove to be a valuable player in the next match also.

Matches – 83

Runs – 1570

Average – 25.32

Wickets – 67

Economy – 6.37

3) Deepti Sharma – This 23y old left-handed batsman with a right-arm off-break bowling style has been looking in good form. She has the potential to turn the match in her team’s favour with her attacking spell.

Matches – 51

Runs – 433

Average – 18.82

Wickets – 54

Economy – 6.06

4) Harmanpreet Kaur – She is one of the best and most experienced all-rounder in the Indian squad and has given good performances till now.  She will prove to be a good skillful player for her team in the next match.

Match – 114

Runs – 2186

Average – 26.98

Wickets – 29

Economy – 6.13

Predicted Playing 11

England Women – Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight (c), Natalie Sciver, Amy Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Mady Villiers, Katherine Brunt, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Davies

India Women – Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Harleen Deol, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Richa Ghosh, Deepti Sharma, Arundhati Reddy, Simran Dil Bahadur, Radha Yadav, Ekta Bisht / Pooja Vastrakar

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India – 40%

Source- www.cricket.com