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International Matches West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women

West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women – 2nd ODI Match Prediction and Tips

The world is bracing itself for yet another epic clash in Women’s One-Day International cricket. The second One-Day International (ODI) match of Pakistan Women’s West Indies Tour 2021 is set for Friday, July 9th, 2021 at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua.

West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women Today Match Prediction

WIndies Women is the favorite to win.

Highlights

1. Pakistan is overly reliant on women like Nida Dar, Javeria Khan, and Diana Baig.

2. The West Indies are playing at home, and this advantage will be amplified as the contest lengthens.

3. West Indies are coming off a 3-0 triumph in the just ended T20I series; and will carry that momentum into the ODIs and has won the 1st ODI against Pakistan.

West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women Team Previews

WIndies Women

West Indies Women began their season with a bang, defeating Pakistan 3-0 in the T20s. They were clinical throughout the series and will be hoping for the same in the extended edition of the game. Windies Women began their series with a six-wicket victory in the last over. They followed it up with another victory, this time by a score of seven runs.

WIndies Women scored 136 runs batting first in their last match of the series and won by 10 runs. Almost all of their batters made brief appearances, and while the Windies would have preferred at least one of those batsmen to score large, their brief appearances were crucial in guiding West Indies to a difficult total. Their bowlers then performed an outstanding job, limiting Pakistan Women to just 126 runs. Hayley Matthews led the team in scoring with a 28-ball 32. Shamilia Connell led the way for Windies with the ball. In four overs, she took three wickets for 21 runs.

On paper, the West Indies have a decent team with experience all the way through. Hayley Matthews, Stafanie Taylor, and Deandra Dottin have a lot of expertise that will undoubtedly come in helpful in the lengthier edition of the game. Aside from them, they have Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman, Shamilia Connell, and Aaliyah Alleyne who can all carry the burden.

West Indies have a decent ODI record against Pakistan Women, which could boost their confidence ahead of the forthcoming series. They have all resources accessible, at least on paper, and defeating them will be extremely difficult if they can fully exploit their on-paper potential.

West Indies Women 1st ODI Review

After winning the T20 series, the WIndies Women won the first ODI match. The bowling department performed admirably in the first match. In their 50-over inning, they gave up 209 runs. S Taylor, the captain, was the best wicket-taker for her team, with three wickets in 10 overs knocked out for 29 runs. A Mohammed took two wickets, while S Selman and Shamilia Connell both took one. Caneisha Isaac and Hayley Matthews were the only bowlers who did not take a wicket.

The batting order of the West Indies Women played admirably in the first ODI encounter. In 47.5 overs, they pursued a 206-run target. Stafanie Taylor was their most successful and greatest run-scorer, remaining not out after scoring 105 runs. She faced 116 deliveries and hit 11 boundaries as well as two massive sixes. Chedean Nation scored 23 runs, Kycia Knight 19 runs, and Britney Cooper stayed in the game after scoring 17 runs.

WIndies Women Playing 11

Anisa Mohammed, Stafanie Taylor, Britney Cooper, Shamilia Connell, Caneisha Isaac, Deandra Dottin, Kycia Knight, Kyshona Knight, Chedean Nation, Hayley Matthews, Shakera Selman.

Pakistan Women

Pakistan Women were left dissatisfied after the T20I series, owing primarily to the fact that there were several times in those games in which Pakistan might have clinched the deal. They failed to capitalize on high-pressure circumstances, and the same thing might come back to haunt them in the One Day Internationals.

The Pakistan Series had the greatest chance to seal the deal in their second match of the series, but the weather and some bad batting at the finish kept them a little too far away from the Duckworth Lewis objective. When the game was called off, Pakistan needed 23 runs in two overs and had four wickets. They had a couple of established batsmen at the crease, both of whom should have started attacking a little earlier than they did. While Pakistan Women lost that game, it gave them hope that they could beat West Indies Women in West Indies. They’ll take that confidence into the ODI series, expecting greater outcomes.

On paper, Pakistan has a strong team with seasoned players like Javeria Khan, Nida Dar, and Diana Baig. However, they were not as consistent as they would have wanted in the shortest version of the game, and they hope to improve in the longer format. If Pakistan’s women’s batters do well, they have the bowling to keep the West Indies to a low score. Pakistan Women should not be underestimated in the lengthier version of the game.

Pakistan Women 1st ODI Review

Despite facing a whitewash in the T20 series, Pakistan Women failed to get off to a good start in the ODI series. They were allowed to bat first after losing the toss. The performance of Pakistan’s batting lineup in the first ODI was unimpressive. They were able to score 205 runs in their 50-over inning. Nida Dar was the leading run-scorer, with 55 runs. She faced 71 deliveries and hit four boundaries and a massive six. Ayesha Zafar scored 46 runs, but Muneeba Ali only managed 36.

The Pakistan Women’s team’s bowling section, like the batting, failed to deliver the greatest performance. They failed to reach the target of 206 runs in 47.5 overs. Sadia Iqbal was their sole successful bowler, picking up two wickets in 10 overs bowled out despite being charged for 47 runs. Nida Dar, Fatima Sana, and Diana Baig each took one wicket in the first ODI of a five-match series.

Pakistan Women Playing 11

Ayesha Zafar, Muneeba Ali, Omaima Sohail, Javeria Khan, Aliya Riaz, Nida Dar, Fatima Sana, Sidra Nawaz, Nashra Sandhu, Diana Baig, Sadia Iqbal.

West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women Betting Tips

On paper, Pakistan has a strong team with seasoned players like Javeria Khan, Nida Dar, and Diana Baig. However, they were not as consistent as they would have wanted in the shortest version of the game, and they hope to improve in the longer format. If Pakistan’s women’s batters do well, they have the bowling to keep the West Indies to a low score. Pakistan Women should not be underestimated in the lengthier version of the game.

West Indies, on the other hand, not only have experience throughout the season, but they are also playing at home. With a 3-0 triumph in the T20I series, they will be overflowing with confidence and are hence our choice to win this next match.