Bangladesh VS West Indies Women Head to Head Prediction

Bangladesh VS West  Indies Women Head to  Head Prediction

West Indies:

Stafanie Taylor’s team has suffered two losses in a row. In their most recent match, against Australia Women, they had a terrible showing with the bat, losing by 7 wickets. In the game, it bowled the team out for 131 runs. The team must recover from this setback, and Taylor is hoping for a stronger performance from her batters in the upcoming match against Bangladesh. Haley Matthews has been in fantastic form recently, and the team will rely on her to establish a successful opening wicket partnership with Deandra Dottin, who has struggled. The side’s middle-order hasn’t been steady, so runs from Taylor, Kycia Knight, and Shemaine Campbelle are expected. Down the road, Chedean Nation and Chinelle Henry will have to play crucial roles. As Bangladesh has power at the top, Matthew and Shamilia Connell must bowl well with the new ball. For the team to win this game, Karishma Ramharack and Henry must keep the scoring pace under control in the middle overs. Shakera Selman and Taylor haven’t been at their best, and they’ll need to step up in this game.

West Indies Women Predicted Playing XI:

Stafanie Taylor (c), Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Chedean Nation, Aaliyah Alleyne, Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Kycia Knight, , Chinelle Henry, Shakera Selman, Karishma Ramharack, Shamilia Connell

Toss

Early in the game, we saw some help for the bowlers. The surface improves for batting at the end of the game, as we observed in the previous game played here. The team that wins the toss will try to make the most of it by bowling first.

Winning Prediction for BANW vs WIW:

Bangladesh Women come in with a victory, but the team is falling short with the bat. Most of their hitters have struggled in these conditions, which is a huge issue for the team going into this game. West Indies Women have a powerful batting line-up with good ball hitters in the side, making them the favourites to win this game. Women from the West Indies can win.

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Author: Avery Owens