West Indies Women (@10.0) vs Australia Women (@1.04)
11-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Australia Women will win

West Indies Women – Australia Women Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 09:30

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In the opening match, they won by 178 runs. Ellyse Perry was positive with bat scoring unbeaten knock of 39 runs but could not get support from other end leading to 48 run loss. Australia women not in form consider last 4 games they have no wins and they received a major blow as their inform player Alyssa Healy could not come to bat due to a minor concussion. Now, Australia Women tour of West Indies Women 2019 was started and they already played 2 matches. It was a huge victory to Australia Women. They won their second match also by 151 runs. So, they are leading by 2-0 points. They will try to continue their winning way. They will hope to make a strong comeback and win this game against West Indies women.

She continues to be a vital cog for their lineup and will be a key player in Tuesday's fixture. Since the last two years, Elysse Perry has been wonderful for the Australians and hence it proved in the previous match. However, we expect the Australians to still retain their core and experiment in the quick-bowling department a change in the top-order. 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.

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Even though there has been some time since Australian Women registered a massive win over English Women in all three formats of the game, they will still be carrying the momentum of that win to the Caribbean Islands where they play West Indies in a three-match One Day International series, which will be followed by a three-match T20I series. The first of the three matches is set to be played on Coolidge Cricket Ground, Osbourn, Antigua, on 5th August. The two teams are coming off contrasting results in their previous matches, but with West Indies having the home advantage, things could get interesting in the first match of the series.

Batting first on a decent batting surface, Alyssa Healy and Elysse Perry drove the visitors to a formidable total with considerable ease as they both notched up remarkable fifties. The Australian innings looked an exact replica of how they did in the first match of the ODI series. The difference between a score of 280s and 308 came by a superb knock from Ashleigh Gardner who scored a rollicking half-century at a strike rate of over 200.

Just like Australia, West Indies too, are coming off an English tour, but they did not enjoy as much success as Australia did. Stephanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews were brilliant in the recently concluded Kia Women's Super League and will have a big role to play in this upcoming series. They have named a thirteen-member squad, which, much to everyone's surprise, does not include Deandra Dottin.

With the likes of Chedean Nation, Shemaine Campbelle, and Shakera Selman out of the ODI series, the selectors have called up Anisa Mohammad for this series. She did not have a particularly good outing as she claimed only three wickets in five matches. It's been a while since she played the last match - against Pakistan back in February this year.

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Considering the two teams on the basis of recent performances and on-paper, Australia are miles ahead of the hosts, and are, therefore, out pick to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture. Australia are undoubtedly the best team in the circuit and the West Indies have a point to prove, especially in front of the home crowd. It's an important series for both the sides as far as Women's Cricket is concerned.

As has been the case in all of their past tours, beating Australia will be a steep climb for the hosts. The omissions of Elyse Villani, Sophie Molineux, and Nicole Bolton could have been a little tough on the team combination, but the availability of like-for-like replacements ensures that they do not lose strength in any department of the game, thanks to their superb bench strength.