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NZ W vs ENG W Live Score, New Zealand vs England Women

NZ W vs ENG W Live Score, New Zealand vs England Women

NZ W vs ENG W Live Score: After the completion of the T20I series, the action now shifts to the ODI format. White Ferns are all set tom lock horns with New Zealand Women in the first ODI of the series. New Zealand Women are struggling to perform & get their mojo back but over the years they have struggled to keep pace with the likes of Australia Women, India Women, and England Women. Due to their poor form, it was quite easy for Emgland Women to beat New Zealand Women in the T20I series. They will now hope to bounce back & return to winning terms in this ODI series.

The three-match ODI series is a part of ICC Women’s Championship 2023 – 25 with the two teams currently neck and neck in the table. New Zealand Women are placed in the fourth spot with 16 points from 15 games while England Women are one point behind them from 12 matches.  So both teams will aim to increase their points on the WTC Points Table by winning this clash.

NZ W vs ENG W: Team Previews

NZ W vs ENG W Live Score, New Zealand vs England Women
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New Zealand Women Preview:

The New Zealand Women’s squad sees Georgia Plimmer as the sole new addition for this game compared to the group selected for the WT20I series. However, they will miss the services of Eden Carson and Leigh Kasperek for this series. As always, New Zealand will rely on their seasoned all-rounders – Sophie Devine, Suzie Bates, and skipper Amelia Kerr – to make significant contributions with both bat and ball. Devine’s availability for the opening match remains uncertain due to a quad injury, which adds to the challenge for the hosts.

Predicted Playing XI for New Zealand:

  1. Suzie Bates
  2. Bernadine Bezuidenhout (wk)
  3. Izzy Gaze
  4. Maddy Green
  5. Brooke Halliday
  6. Fran Jonas
  7. Amelia Kerr (c)
  8. Jess Kerr
  9. Rosemary Mair
  10. Georgia Plimmer
  11. Lea Tahuhu

England Women Preview:

England Women enter the ODI series with high confidence following their commanding performance in the WT20I series. Despite the absence of WPL players in the initial three games, England showcased exceptional depth and quality across all departments. Their batting lineup boasts match-winners and any of the top six batters could potentially turn the game in their favor. With the ball, the pace of Lauren Filer and the spin expertise of Sophie Ecclestone are expected to be crucial for England’s success.

Predicted Playing XI for England:

  1. Tammy Beaumont
  2. Alice Capsey
  3. Heather Knight (c)
  4. Danni Wyatt
  5. Nat Sciver-Brunt
  6. Amy Jones (wk)
  7. Sophia Dunkley
  8. Sophie Ecclestone
  9. Lauren Filer
  10. Kate Cross
  11. Lauren Bell

NZ W vs ENG W: Pitch and Weather Conditions

Weather Conditions: The forecast for Wellington on Sunday indicates cloudy and humid conditions throughout the day, with no expected interruptions due to rain. The temperature is expected to peak at 16 degrees Celsius, providing favorable conditions for players and spectators alike.

Pitch Report: The pitch at Basin Reserve is likely to offer considerable turn, similar to the conditions witnessed during the Test match in February and March. Teams batting first will aim to post a competitive total of 260+ to stay in the game.

Toss Prediction: Considering the recent trends at Basin Reserve, where four out of the last six WODIs have been won by the chasing team, both captains are likely to opt for fielding first after winning the toss.

NZ W vs ENG W Winning Prediction:

With Sophie Devine’s injury posing a challenge for New Zealand Women, England Women appear to have a stronger squad with competent players across all departments. Therefore, our prediction favors England Women to take a 1-0 lead in the series with a victory in Wellington.

We are backing England Women to win this match!

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