England Women will take on Bangladesh Women in the 27th match of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. The Basin Reserve in Wellington will host this clash.
England has played six games so far. They have won three and lost as many. A win against Bangladesh Women in their next clash will see them seal a berth in the semi-finals. They beat Pakistan comprehensively in their previous fixture. If you did not get the value match odds, then be sure to check out our value odds
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Bowling first, the bowlers bowled brilliantly and knocked over Pakistan Women for 105. They had a shaky start to the chase as they lost an early wicket but Danielle Wyatt and Heather Knight led the charge with the bat, putting up a solid partnership to chase down the total in the 20th over and win the game by nine wickets.
Bangladesh Women, meanwhile, have already been knocked out of the competition. They have managed to win only one game out of six and have only two points to their name. They suffered a loss against the Australian Women in their last game.
It was a 43-overs per side contest due to rain. After being asked to bat first, the Bangladesh side only managed to score 135, losing six wickets. The bowlers stepped up and even picked up five wickets but there weren’t enough runs on the board as the Southern Stars chased down the total in the 33rd over.
The British women take on the women’s Bangladesh team later today in the 27th match of ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. England’s women’s team had played 6 games so far in the tournament. They have won 3 matches and lost 3. If they win this match, it will seal their place in the semi-finals. In their last encounter, they beat Pakistan solidly. The English women bowling first bowled superbly to knock over the Pakistan women for a paltry score of 105 runs. But they had a shaky start to their subsequent chase as they lost an early wicket. But Heather Knight and Danielle Wyatt led their charge with the bat and put up a great partnership chasing down the required total in just the 20th over. England women won the game by a comprehensive margin of 9 wickets. The top bowlers for England were Sophie Ecclestone and Katherine Brunt who took 3 wickets apiece to bowl over Pakistan cheaply for 105 runs. Danielle Wyatt top-scored with a 76* and put together a solid 2nd wicket partnership with Knight (24*) as they chased.
The Bangladesh women’s team is already out of the tournament with a series of poor performances. They have won just a single match from the 6 they played so far and have just a couple of points to their name. Bangladesh lost their last match against the Aussies. It was 43 overs a side game as rain interrupted the proceedings. After they were asked to bat first, the Bangladesh women’s team managed a score of 135 runs at the loss of 6 wickets. Their bowlers tried valiantly to salvage the match by picking up five wickets however, there were just not enough runs on the board. The Aussies chased down the total eventually to seal the match in the 33rd over. In the 135 runs total Bangladesh put up, the main contributor was Lata Mondal with 33 runs. In the bowling department, it was Salma Khatun who bowled well, to take 3 wickets. However, the bowling attack failed to make more inroads as the Aussie women won the match by 5 wickets in the end.
ENGLAND WOMEN VS BANGLADESH WOMEN MATCH DETAILS:
England Women vs Bangladesh Women, Match 27, ICC Women’s World Cup 2022
Date and Time:
March 27th, 2022, Sunday, 03:30 AM IST
Basin Reserve, Wellington
ENGLAND WOMEN VS BANGLADESH WOMEN PITCH REPORT
The pitch at Basin Reserve is a bowling-friendly track. The bowlers will get some early movement with the new ball and the batters will have to be patient while playing their strokes. Once set, the batters can hit through the line.
ENGLAND WOMEN VS BANGLADESH WOMEN WEATHER FORECAST
Not the ideal conditions for a game of cricket. The temperature in Wellington is expected to hover between 13 and 16 degrees Celsius. We might witness rain interruptions during the match.
ENGLAND WOMEN VS BANGLADESH WOMEN PROBABLE XIS
Katherine Brunt and Sophie Ecclestone picked up three wickets apiece as they knocked over Pakistan Women on 105. Danielle Wyatt (76*) and Heather Knight (24*) put on a solid second-wicket stand as they chased down the total in the 20th over.
Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight (c), Natalie Sciver, Amy Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Emma Lamb, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Anya Shrubsole
Lata Mondal top-scored with 33 as Bangladesh Women posted 135 on the board in 43 overs. Salma Khatun bowled brilliantly and picked up three wickets but they failed to create further inroads as the Australian Women won the game by five wickets.
Murshida Khatun, Sharmin Akhter, Fargana Hoque, Nigar Sultana (c & wk), Rumana Ahmed, Ritu Moni, Lata Mondal, Salma Khatun, Fahima Khatun, Nahida Akter, Jahanara Alam
ENGLAND WOMEN VS BANGLADESH WOMEN MATCH PREDICTION
It’s a do-or-die game for England Women and a win will see them qualify for the knockout stages of the competition. Bangladesh Women have already been knocked out of the World Cup and will be looking to finish the competition on a high.
England looks strong on paper and expect them to beat Bangladesh on Sunday.
Prediction: England Women to win this encounter.