West Indies and England will play the first game of their three-game Women’s ODI series on December 4 at Antigua. The ICC Women’s ODI Championship includes this ODI series. For a three-match ODI and a five-match T20 series, the England team is touring the West Indies.
West Indies and England have played 23 women’s ODIs so far, with England leading 15-6 and two games being called off. Hayley Matthews, who has a wealth of experience, will take the reins and direct this group. We predict that West Indies Women’s opener will score the most runs in this game.
This series between two teams that haven’t been in their greatest WODI form should be entertaining because they both want to build a winning streak. We think that, when comparing the two teams, England Women’s superior batting lineup will be essential on this particular ground. In this first game of the series, we expect England Women to win.
The 24-year-old participant in the Women’s Big Bash League developed excellent bat control and in the format has amassed 1852 runs from 70 innings, with her individual high score being 119. She has taken 83 wickets with the ball in 67 innings and holds the top figures of 4/15.
The 27-year-old has played 27 innings, scored 298 runs, and has the highest format score of 44. Henry has taken 22 wickets with the ball in 30 innings, with the best figures being 3/19 and a 5.13 economy rate.
Heather, the captain, will be eager to add significant runs and a few wickets to her impressive total, which currently stands at 3548 runs in 122 innings with a best score of 106. With the ball, she has taken 55 wickets in 58 innings and recorded the best figures of 5/26.
The 21-year-old bowler has taken 32 wickets in 19 innings for a strike rate of 29.0, an average of 22.09, and an economy rate of 4.56. She has already recorded three four-fers in her short career and currently holds the record with a 4/23.
The Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground’s 22-yard strip is excellent for batting, and as the game moves into the second half, the pitch becomes much flatter, resulting in a high-scoring and batter-pleasing environment.
With a daytime high temperature in the mid-20s, the conditions for a game of cricket appear to be as ideal as one could hope for on the radar.