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West Indies Women vs Ireland Women, WIW vs IREW, Today Match Prediction 03 July 2023

Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, West Indies

204/4 in 41.1

4.96 Star

203/10 in 50.0


Toss Winner - Ireland Women won the toss and chose to bat first

West Indies Women beat Ireland Women by 6 wickets

The only time Ireland Women beat West Indies Women in an ODI was in July 2003.

  • Among all batters in West Indies-Ireland ODIs, Stafanie Taylor holds the record for the highest number of runs, scoring 355 runs in 6 innings against Ireland Woman.
  • Gaby Lewis is Ireland’s second-highest run-getter against West Indies in ODIs.
  • Ireland Women have failed to win any of their last five ODIs.

Back West Indies Women to win the third ODI and win the series.

Tournament: Ireland Women tour of West Indies, 2023 | Format: ODI | Venue: Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, West Indies | Toss: To Bowl

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Rain played spoilsport, and the second ODI of the series between the West Indies Women and Ireland Women was abandoned after just 8.4 overs were bowled. The home side had won the first ODI and lead the series 1-0.  West Indies will be confident of wrapping up the series with a win in the final ODI, all set to be played at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium on July 2.




West Indies Women Preview

West Indies Women started this series with a commanding win over the visitors in the first ODI of the series. Captain Hayley Matthews led from the front with a gutsy 109 off 106 balls to help his team post a formidable 297-6. In reply, Ireland Women could manage 239-9. 

In the second ODI too, Ireland were reeling at 36/5 in 8.4 overs before rain interrupted the game. The West Indies' new-ball duo of Shamilia Connell and Aaliyah Alleyne took two wickets each, with Matthews also contributing by taking one wicket. Matthews also took three wickets in the first ODI and will obviously be the player to watch out for in this game.

Stafanie Taylor looked good in the first ODI, where she scored a fluent 55 off 69 balls. The experienced all-rounder has 7 hundreds and 39 fifties in the format, and we are expecting another solid contribution from her.

Apart from Shamilia Connell and Aaliyah Alleyne, there are two more bowlers who can make an impact – medium fast bowler Cherry Ann Fraser, who keeps things tight, and leg-spinner Afy Fletcher, who has taken 6 wickets in just three matches against Ireland. 




West Indies Women Predicted Playing XI:

Hayley Matthews (c), Zaida James, Stafanie Taylor, Rashada Williams, Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Aaliyah Alleyne, Chinelle Henry, Afy Fletcher, Qiana Joseph, Cherry Ann Fraser, Shamilia Connell

West Indies Women Actual Playing XI:

Cherry Ann Fraser, Shamilia Connell, Hayley Matthews, Afy Fletcher, Chinelle Henry, Aaliyah Alleyne, Qiana Joseph, Shemaine Campbelle, Zaida James, Stafanie Taylor, Rashada Williams

Ireland Women Preview

Ireland Women will have to put up a much better batting performance if they hope to give the home team a run for their money. Gaby Lewis (342 runs in the last 10 matches at an average of 34.2) will be key. The opener scored a vital 83 in the first ODI, which helped her team end up with a respectable score. Skipper Laura Delany (269 runs in the last 8 matches at an average of 38.42) will have the responsibility of leading from the front. In the first ODI, Delany looked good for her 40, but she will need to bat longer as the fragile batting unit will need someone who can steady the ship in case of another collapse. 

Orla Prendergast has shown glimpses of form in the two matches, and we are expecting some sort of notable contribution from her in this ODI.

As for the bowling, Cara Murray (11 wickets in the last 10 matches at an economy of 5.60) and Arlene Kelly (8 wickets in the last 9 matches at an economy of 4.43) are the ones to keep an eye out for. Leg-spinner Murray took three wickets in the first ODI and looked like the only bowler who troubled the West Indian batters.




Ireland Women Predicted Playing XI:

Leah Paul, Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Laura Delany (c), Amy Hunter, Eimear Richardson, Mary Waldron (wk), Arlene Kelly, Sophie MacMahon, Ava Canning, Cara Murray

Ireland Women Actual Playing XI:

Gaby Lewis, Ava Canning, Aimee Maguire, Arlene Kelly, Sophie MacMahon, Rebecca Stokell, Laura Delany, Leah Paul, Amy Hunter, Orla Prendergast, Cara Murray

W. speed
W. direction
0 mm.
7.32 k/h
From: ENE
0 mm.
6.45 k/h
From: ENE
0.18 mm.
6.96 k/h
From: ENE
0.48 mm.
7.54 k/h
From: E
0.16 mm.
8.25 k/h
From: ENE
0.70 mm.
9.53 k/h
From: ENE
1.64 mm.
9.75 k/h
From: ENE
1.85 mm.
10.76 k/h
From: E

Weather Conditions

The pitch at the Daren Sammy Cricket Stadium is a well-balanced one that offers something both to the bowlers and the batters. The weather during the match will be windy, and that will help the seam bowlers get some swing and movement off the air. Making runs at the start won’t be easy, but if batters grind it out, they will be able to cash in later. Spin bowlers, too, will get some grip from this surface.

Venue Details

The average first innings score at the Daren Sammy Cricket Stadium in women’s ODIs is 194. West Indies Women’s 297-6 in the first ODI is the highest total posted at the venue. The team batting first in this match will look to set a target of around 250-260 runs at least.

Toss: To Bowl

A couple of showers are expected in Gros Islet during the game and the weather is expected to be windy. The team winning the toss is likely to field first to take advantage of that and make early inroads.

Ireland Women have managed to beat West Indies Women just once in 10 ODIs. They have a few solid batters in their lineup, but on this two-paced wicket, they will have their task cut out again against the likes of Shamilia Connell, Aaliyah Alleyne, and Hayley Matthews. West Indies have enough batting and bowling depth to continue their dominance over the visitors. Their captain, in particular, is in terrific touch and will lead from the front again.

Back West Indies Women to win the third ODI and win the series.


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