West Indies vs New Zealand Women
Women’s 1st ODI Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 19 Sep, 07:00 PM (IST)
Series: Women’s 1st ODI Match
Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium – Antigua
WI-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction:
- Hayley Matthews was in exceptional form in this format earlier this year and she is our tip for West Indies Women’s highest run scorer in this game.
- Suzie Bates averages 41.01 in WODIs and hit 79 not out in her penultimate game of the Women’s Hundred. She is our pick for New Zealand Women’s highest run scorer against West Indies Women.
- 21 year old leg-spinner Amelia Kerr took nine wickets during the Women’s Hundred and she is a strong choice for New Zealand Women’s top wicket-taker in this match.
WI-W vs NZ-W Live Streaming:
Fans can stream the match on the FanCode App.
Weather & Pitch Report:
The Weather forecast for the WI-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI on Friday, 16 September 2022 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua is expected to be mostly cloudy or sunny or clear and rainy. The temperature is anticipated to be around 12℃ with 81% humidity and a wind speed of 20 Km/hr.
New Zealand Women have won only two of their last five WODIs, a run which saw them turn a strong position in the Women’s World Cup into elimination in the group stage.
Team Form in Last Five Matches:
L, NR, L, W, L
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W, L, L, L, W
WI-W vs NZ-W TEAM NEWS:
WI-W Team News:
West Indies women have been put back by the retirement of Deandra Dottin from international cricket. Their batting now relies on Hayley Matthews, Kyshona Knight and Stafanie Taylor.
NZ-W Team News:
New Zealand women’s team is one of the best teams in the world. All of their players are engaged in either domestic or T20 franchise cricket due to which they have some top-notch talent.
WI-W vs NZ-W Pre-Toss LineUps:
Small League Team: Pre-Toss
With both teams not having played a game in this format since March, it will be interesting to see how quickly they get used to the differences in WODIs compared to the shorter formats. We are expecting a close series and are predicting a tight opening match with New Zealand Women getting the win.
New Zealand Women are favorites to beat West Indies Women
WI-W Key Players:
Campbell has been a consistent performer for the West Indies women’s team. She mainly plays in the middle order where she has scored 112 runs with a strike rate of 107.69 in her last 6 ODI games.
Taylor is one of the most experienced players for the West Indies as she has scored 151 runs while batting in the middle order and has a strike rate of 111.85.
Matthews is an allrounder for the Windies women as she has scalped 12 wickets and will be leading the side as well in tomorrow’s game.
NZ-W Key Players:
Gaze has 242 runs to her name with a strike rate of 127.36 in just 13 ODIs. She has been improving with every series which is a good sign for the Kiwi women.
Bates is a very responsible batter who has scored 1055 runs in her last 25 matches for New Zealand and she has some very good bowling skills as well.
Devine has 75 runs with a strike rate of 111.94 and also has 9 wickets to her name. She will be looking to get some runs as well as wickets in tomorrow’s match.
WI-W vs NZ-W Team Updates:
WI-W Team Updates:
- West Indies Women have won only one of their last five games in this format. Their win came against Bangladesh Women and they have been beaten by large margins in other matches.
NZ-W Team Updates:
- India Women lost their last WIT20, the final of the Commonwealth Games against Australia Women by nine runs. However, they had won their previous three games in this format.
Grand League Team: Pre-Toss
West Indies Women:
Hayley Matthews(c), Kyshona Knight, Shemaine Campbelle(w), Aaliyah Alleyne, Stafanie Taylor, Natasha McLean, Shakera Selman, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell, Afy Fletcher, Chedean Nation, Sheneta Grimmond, Karishma Ramharack, Rashada Williams, Shabika Gajnabi, Cherry Ann Fraser, Jannillea Glasgow
New Zealand Women:
Sophie Devine(c), Suzie Bates, Georgia Plimmer, Amelia Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Hayley Jensen, Isabella Gaze(w), Hannah Rowe, Fran Jonas, Lauren Down, Jess Kerr, Molly Penfold, Eden Carson.