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Toss Winner - India Women won the toss and chose to bat first
India Women in search of their first win of the tour at Queenstown against New Zealand Women.
We predict that New Zealand Women will defeat India Women.
Tournament: India Women tour of New Zealand, 2022 | Format: ODI | Venue: Saxton Oval, Nelson, New Zealand | Toss: To BowlBet Now
After comfortably winning the first ODI in the bilateral series, New Zealand Women will face Indian Women in the second one-day international at John Davis Oval, Queenstown on 15th February 2022. New Zealand Women are looking to maintain the team’s good form by taking advantage of home conditions.
Although India Women managed to win the previous bilateral series against hosts, New Zealand Women are now in good touch on this tour and won the first ODI also. With a solid opening attack from Suzie Bates (106 from 111 balls) and a constructive knock of 63 from middle-order batter and vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite, New Zealand Women completely outplayed India Women in the first match.
Now to take a lead in the series, hosts are looking forward to maintaining their good form in the next match whereas, visitors are looking to execute plans well on the ground to make a good comeback in the ongoing bilateral series.
New Zealand Women have completely dominated the first ODI against visitors and now they will meet IND Women again in the second ODI of the bilateral series at the same place; John Davis Oval, Queenstown under the captaincy of Sophie Devine. Suzie Bates, who is an attacking opener for the hosts, played a superb knock of 106 runs from 111 balls including 10 fours. The world's number 4 ODI batter and team’s vice-captain; Amy Satterthwaite helped Suzie Bates to settle down the team’s inning in the middle order by playing a knock of 63 runs from 67 balls. NZ Women managed to put a total of 275 runs on the board with the help of these two well-constructed knocks.
While defending the total of 275 runs, Jess Ker and Hayley Jensen, have shown superb bowling skills and helped their team to restrict opponents to just 213 runs. Jess Ker’s 4 wickets for 35 runs in the 9 overs and Hayley Jensen’s 2 wickets for 36 runs in the 8 overs, were the match Womeninning spells that resulted in the team’s victory over India Women by 62 runs.
The overall New Zealand Women team is looking strong and well-balanced in all departments against India Women. They would like to win this 2nd match by continuing the form they had in the first match when they will face visitors on the same ground.
Key Players: Suzie Bates, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu, Hannah Rowe.
Sophie Devine (C), Suzie Bates, Maddy Green, Amelia Ker, Amy Satterthwaite (VC), Lea Tahuhu, Katey Martin (wk), Hayley Jensen, Brookey Halliday, Jess Kerr, Hannah Rowe.
Indian middle-order collapsed down in front of New Zealand Women’s bowling attack in the first ODI. After losing the only T20 game and now trailing 0-1 in the ODI series, visitors are keen to win their first game of the tour when they face New Zealand Women in the 2nd match of the ODI series at John Davis Oval, Queenstown on 15th February 2021. n
Due to isolation rules, Indian opener Smriti Mandhan missed the first ODI and no surprise; the Indian opening pair failed to put a good score on the board for the 1st wicket. Experienced batter and captain of the team; Mithali Raj played a crucial knock of 59 runs from 73 balls and tried to settle down the inning while chasing 275 runs. Except Yastika Bhatia’s 41 from 63 balls, no other batter stood on a crease for a long time during a chase.
In the bowling unit, Deepti Sharma who is the number 4 ODI all-rounder in the world bowled a superb spell of 2 wickets for 47 runs in her spell of 8 overs to put pressure on New Zealand’s middle-order batting unit. Also, Jhulan Goswami bowled well to take 2 wickets for 58 runs in her spell of 10 overs, but that couldn’t help visitors to restrict New Zealand Women to a lower total.
Indian opener Smriti Mandhan will likely join the squad ahead of the 2nd ODI and the team is looking forward to giving a decent start to her team along with Shefali Verma. Although the overall team is looking strong in terms of batting and bowling, India Women needs to execute their plans well when they face the hosts in the 2nd ODI.
Key Players: Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Poonam Yadav, Jhulan Goswami.
Mithali Raj (C), Harmanpreet Kaur (VC), Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Yastika Bhatia, Richa Ghosh (wk), Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav, Jhulan Goswami.
The weather is partially cloudy on the match day. The chances of rain are 10%-20%. The temperature will range between 25°C and 12°C with winds blowing at 8 km/h. The pitch favored bowlers in the first match while defending the target in the later stage of the match.
The series will be hosted at John Davies Oval, Queenstown. It has an average capacity of 19000 spectators. So far 7 ODIs have been played at John Davies Oval.
This ground has conducted 11 ODIs so far. The team which prefers to chase here has more chances to win but in the first match, the team defending the target got an upper hand over the team that preferred to chase down the target. Out of 8 ODIs, the team bowling first has won 6 while 3 ODI were gone resultless. Therefore, the team winning the toss should field first here.
New Zealand Women showed solid batting as well as bowling performance in the first ODI against India. With the strong middle order batting lineup as well as attacking death bowling unit, New Zealand- W are in a strong position to dominate the 2nd game also. On the other hand, the Indian middle-order failed to perform in the first ODI and that will help New Zealand Women in the ODI series.
We predict that New Zealand Women will defeat India Women.
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