West Indies Women (@9.0) vs Australia Women (@1.05)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Australia Women will win

West Indies Women – Australia Women Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 19:00

Alyssa Healy came into this match on the back of a poor run in Kia Women's Super League but got back to the business of scoring well at the international level pretty quickly. She was ably assisted by Meg Lanning, who scored 121 runs. She had a scratchy start and perhaps played the most scratchy innings of her life, but her ton was vital in taking the Aussies past the 300-run mark.

While the Aussies are expected to bring about a couple of changes to their playing eleven, West Indies are likely to go in with their full-strength team. On paper and on-field, the Australians are certainly a better side and, are, therefore, our pick to emerge victorious in the upcoming encounter. However, considering the way the two teams have played in the competition thus far, it is highly unlikely for the West Indies to match the level of performance the Aussies have shown in the past two matches.

Courtesy the victory, the women in yellow gave themselves an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.With series already done and dusted, Aussies will be looking to win this game to complete their first whitewash at the Caribbean Islands whereas the hosts will be looking to redeem something back from this fixture. Ellyse Perry played the role of wrecker-in-chief for Australia during the second ODI as her century powered the visitors to a 151-run win versus Windies on Sunday. Dream11 Team West Indies Women vs Australia Women One Day International Series 2019 Cricket Prediction Tips For Todays 3rd ODI: Aiming for a consolation win, West Indies will host Australia in the third and final match of the ODI series at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua on Wednesday.

Preview, Prediction, Betting Tips

Stafanie Taylor and her troops got pulverized by the Aussies in the three-match one-day international series. After crashing to a massive 178-run loss in the opening ODI, the Windies slumped to another huge defeat in the second match before going down in the third and final ODI to suffer an embarrassing series sweep. Australia Women have clearly been the superior side on this tour. West Indies Women have simply been no match for the visitors so far.

They were eventually dismissed for a total of 130 runs. Even though Stephanie Taylor offered a brief resistance, it was nowhere near what was required from her as well as their batting on the who. Earlier with the ball, their bowlers failed to take advantage of the uneven surface as the Aussie women racked up 308 runs on the board. Going in the next match, Windies women have a massive task at their hands and they'd have to improve massively if they want to stand even a minute chance against this potent Australian lineup.

Australians included two new faces for this West Indies' series and with series already won, we are likely to see them both feature in the upcoming fixture. She continues to be a vital cog for their lineup and will be a key player in Tuesday's fixture. However, we expect the Australians to still retain their core and experiment in the quick-bowling department a change in the top-order. Since the last two years, Elysse Perry has been wonderful for the Australians and hence it proved in the previous match.

Australia outplayed the Windies in the preceding one-day international series and they were never really pushed in any of the three games. Having said that, they will need to be at their best if they are to beat the tourists who are the number one T20 side in the world. Australia have been brilliant on this tour so far and we expect them to continue their winning run. The home team, however, looks a much better outfit when it comes to twenty-over cricket and one can expect Stafanie Taylor and company to give the Aussies a run for their money in this format of the game.

Betting Tips

West Indies are playing at their home ground and we expect a better fight from them in the upcoming fixture. They won the first One Day International of the series in a fantastic manner. Australian women started off in a terrific fashion and the inexperience of not playing any cricket in the Caribbean Islands didn't seem to bother them much. The second ODI of the series is to be played on Sunday, 8th September at Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua. Considering the difference between both the sides, a win for Aussies wasn't surprising at all, but the margin undoubtedly was. The home team will have a steep mountain to climb when the two teams face off for the second time in the series.

West Indies are second from the bottom at the ladder with eleven points to their name whereas the Australians are sitting pretty at the top of the table. With plenty of things going well for the Aussies and almost nothing for the West Indies, Australians are a better side as compared to West Indies, at least on paper. Going by that fact as well as the performances of the two teams in recent times, Australian women are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture. The difference between the two sides at the ICC World Championship points table is massive and it was apparent on the field as well.

With a scintillating win over England in Ashes, it's not just the Australian Men's team that is looking in a rampaging mood at the moment. With series already done and dusted, there is not much left at stake for both the sides. Having said that, the Aussies will be looking to win this game to complete their first white-wash at the Caribbean Islands whereas the hosts will be looking to redeem something back from this fixture. Australian Women's team have backed up their superb win over England with a couple of fabulous win over West Indies, their first two ever at West Indies' soil. West Indies, on the other hand, have appeared to be just a mere shadow of themselves and are likely to find bouncing back from here a little tough.

Considering how they were doing at the half-way stage, it was surprising to see them not getting bowled out. They eventually finished with just 157 runs on the board in the allotted 50 overs. In reply, the hosts never looked to even challenge the Australian total, let alone pulling the chase off. The hosts have clearly disappointed their fans in the first two matches and it will certainly be a tough ask for them to bounce back and win the final ODI of the series.