PureWin

100% up to ₹10,000 in Free Bets

CLAIM NOW

Ireland Women vs Netherlands Women, ICC Women World Cup Qualifier 2021, Today Match Prediction

Sunrise Sports Club, Harare

00/0 (00)

00.0

00/0 (00)

00.0

The Irish Women are set to face the Dutch Women in the 8th game of the World Cup Qualifier 2021

  • In the last 5 encounters between these two sides, Ireland have won 4 games while a solitary game was won by the Netherlands.
  • These two sides are set to face each other again after 10 years after the last encounter on 24 November 2011 where Ireland managed to win by 4 wickets.
  • Both the teams have lost their first match of the qualifier and are searching for the first win.

We Predict Ireland Women will beat Netherlands Women

Tournament: ICC Women World Cup Qualifier 2021 | Format: ODI | Venue: Sunrise Sports Club, Harare | Toss: To Bat

Bet Now

On the 25th of November 2021, Ireland Women will lock horns with Netherlands Women in the 8th game of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2021. This would be the second game for both these sides in this tournament. In their first game of the tournament, Ireland Women lost to West Indies Women while Netherlands Women were tamed by Sri Lanka Women.

This game would be an opportunity for both these sides to gain momentum in the tournament before it gets too late in Group A. The losing side of this game would find it very difficult to progress further. Ireland and Netherlands are set to face Sri Lanka and West Indies next. The probability of a big win in the final game for these two sides is extremely remote.

The last time these two sides faced each other was on the 24th of November 2011 in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2011/12. In that fixture, Ireland managed to beat the Netherlands by 4 wickets with 105 balls to spare. Ireland’s Eimear Richardson was the Man of the Match for her all-around performance of 2/34 along with 22 off 29 with the bat.

Ireland Women Preview

Ireland played for the first time in One-Day International (ODI) in 1987, against Australia, and the following year played in the 1988 World Cup, playing for the first time in five of the tournament. Throughout, the 1990s and early 2000s, Ireland was considered the top team, playing in the standard ODI series and sitting fifth in the World Cup (1993, in eight teams). In 2000, the team played its only Test match, defeating Pakistan. Although it has maintained its ODI status, Ireland has not been able to qualify for the World Cup since 2005.

The team, however, has won the ICC World Twenty20 twice, in 2014 and 2016. In December 2018, Cricket Ireland awarded professional contracts to female players for the first time. After a heavy thrashing by the West Indies Women in their first game, they would see this game as an opportunity to begin rising in the points table in the quest to qualify for the 

Key Players: Laura Delany, Leah Paul, Gaby Lewis

Ireland Women Predicted Playing XI:

Leah Paul, Gaby Lewis, Amy Hunter, Laura Delany (C), Shauna Kavanagh, Orla Prendergast, Eimear Richardson, Mary Waldron (WK), Celeste Raack, Georgina Dempsey, Jane Maguire

Netherlands Women Preview

The Netherlands-Women, known as the Lioness, have been playing cricket since 1937 in pocket years and had been an associate member in 1966. They made their international ODI debut in 1984 against New Zealand Women and made their World Cup debut in the 1988 edition of the tournament held in Australia.

The Netherlands Women made the quarter-finals in the 1997 edition of the World Cup and since then haven’t qualified to the main stages of the Women’s World Cup. After losing their first game to Sri Lanka, they would be itching to win this game and make it to the main event.

Key Players: Daniëlle Marloes Braat, Sterre Laurien Kalis, Caroline de Lange

Netherlands Women Predicted Playing XI:

Babette de Leede (WK), Juliët Post, Robine Rijke, Sterre Kalis, Hannah Landheer, Eva Lynch, Iris Zwilling, Silver Siegers, Heather Siegers (C), Caroline de Lange, Frederique Overdijk

HR
Temp
Rain
W. speed
W. direction
Clouds
00h
18
0.58 mm.
4.36 k/h
From: NE
100%
03h
17
0.97 mm.
2.98 k/h
From: ENE
100%
06h
17
0.33 mm.
4.67 k/h
From: ENE
98%
09h
20
1.07 mm.
4.5 k/h
From: ENE
98%
12h
23
2.11 mm.
4.01 k/h
From: NE
94%
15h
20
1.97 mm.
4 k/h
From: NE
95%
18h
18
2.73 mm.
3.9 k/h
From: ENE
97%
21h
17
0.94 mm.
3.6 k/h
From: ENE
95%

Weather Conditions

The pitch helps swing bowling. The grassy nature of the surface provides great assistance to quick-bowlers early on in the match. The temperature and wind speed is expected to be moderate while the humidity will be a tad on the higher side as per the weather reports and showers can be expected.

Venue Details

The game will be played at Harare Sports Club, Harare. Founded in 1900 and known as Salisbury Sports Club until 1982, it is mostly used for cricket matches and has served as the primary cricket venue in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe since its foundation. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000.

Toss: To Bat

The team winning the toss should opt to bowl first as the chasing sides have found more success on this ground as compared to the ones batting first.

It would be an interesting clash and a sort of battle amongst equals but Irish Women certainly hold an edge on paper. Despite the loss against Sri Lanka Women, the Netherlands Women team showed a good fight. Nonetheless, based on the history between the sides, we expect the Irish Women to win this all-important fixture against the Dutch Women.

We Predict Ireland Women will beat Netherlands Women

PureWin

100% up to ₹10,000 in Free Bets

BET NOW

Author: