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Toss Winner - India Women won the toss and chose to bat first
India Women beat England Women by 5 wickets
India’s tough challenge against England on English soil
England Women to win
Tournament: Commonwealth Games Womens Cricket Competition 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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Hosts England Women would look to book a berth in the final of the Commonwealth Games Women's Cricket Competition 2022 against India Women. England Women come here with a massive win against New Zealand Women and the side would be confident about its prospects in this game. India Women are also riding high, and they defeated Barbados Women in their last game.
India Women haven’t had the best of records on English soil, and they have won just two games against England Women in the past. England would like to bank on home advantage as their players know these conditions well. However, the Indians have looked brilliant in the last two games. It will be a battle of nerves and we shall see a tight contest as the two teams fight to reach the finals.
Heather Knight has been ruled out of the tournament due to an injury serving a big blow. Natalie Sciver has led the side well and they won all their league games. It was an excellent show from the players in the last game against New Zealand Women where they won by 7 wickets. It would be a tougher challenge against the Indians and Sciver would like her players to be at their best.
Sophia Dunkley hasn’t been in her best form, and she will have to play an important role in opening the batting with Danielle Wyatt. Knight’s absence in the middle order is a big loss. The trio of Natalie Sciver, Alice Capsey, and Maia Bouchier shall have to build partnerships as the Indians have a good bowling attack. The side would also need runs from Katherine Brunt and Amy Ellen Jones down the order.
Katherine Brunt and Sophie Ecclestone didn’t let the Kiwis score runs against them with the new ball. They would like to continue with the same form here. Issy Wong and Freya Kemp would have a challenge on their hands as the Indian middle order has done well. Sarah Glenn and Freya Kemp add options and make it a strong bowling unit.
Natalie Sciver (c), Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Alice Capsey, Amy Jones (wk), Maia Bouchier, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Kemp, Issy Wong, Sarah Glenn
Sarah Glenn, Danielle Wyatt, Sophie Ecclestone, Sophia Dunkley Brown, Alice Capsey, Maia Bouchier, Amy Ellen Jones, Freya Kemp, Natalie Sciver, Issy Wong, Katherine Brunt
Harmanpreet Kaur’s side made a confident entry into the semifinals. It was an excellent show by the side with the bat and the ball against Barbados Women where they won by 100 runs. Apart from the poor spell with the ball against Australia, the side has ticked all boxes. Kaur would be aware of England’s strengths on home soil and like her players to give their best in this game.
Openers Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana have done well at the top and the side would need a good show from them. Jemimah Rodrigues justified her promotion to No. 3 in the last game with an excellent knock. She will need to steer the innings with Kaur and Taniya Bhatia. Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, and Radha Yadav add depth to this batting line-up and they would look to do the heavy lifting towards the end.
Their bowlers have been brilliant in the last two games. Renuka Singh and Meghna Singh bowled well with the new ball and they would look for early breakthroughs. Deepti Sharma is an experienced bowler and she’ll have to keep the scoring rate under check with Vastrakar and Sneh Rana. Kaur and Radha Yadav add to the side’s batting strength.
Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Taniya Bhatia (wk), Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Radha Yadav, Sneh Rana, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh
Smriti Mandhana, Taniya Bhatia, Sneh Rana, Deepti Sharma, Renuka Singh, Jemimah Rodrigues, Pooja Vastrakar, Radha Yadav, Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma, Meghna Singh
We expect to see partly cloudy skies over Birmingham on August 06. The track would be flat as has been the case in most games. Bowlers would get some assistance in the early overs, but batters would be able to play their strokes freely. A score of 160 runs would be good for the side that bats first in this game.
Edgbaston, Birmingham is one of the best batting surfaces in England. The ball hits the bat hard, and batters have scored runs easily in the past. Fast bowlers generate pace and bounce from this track in the early overs, but it is a tough venue for the spinners as the ball skids through and doesn’t turn much on this track.
In most of the evening games, sides chasing the score have emerged as winner. Bowling conditions have been brilliant at the start and sides have fancied their chances in chasing scores. Hence, we are likely to see the side winning the toss here having no hesitation in bowling first.
India Women come here with their confidence high, but the side has struggled against England in these conditions. Their bowlers would face a big challenge in this game as they take on one of the strongest batting line-ups. England Women know the conditions well and they have an attack well-suited for these conditions. This is likely to put them ahead of the Indians.
England Women to win
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