England beat New Zealand by 75 runs to reach Women’s World Cup semis
Nat Sciver wins the player of the match award, to no one’s shock. “It was a bit more tricky to bat at present than in earlier video games,” she admits,
“the intention was playing smart cricket actually” and she or he attributed the success of her performance to “a bit of pre-planning, and getting good feedback from Tammy within the middle”. Chuckling bashfully at the “Natmeg” tag for her between-the-legs clip shot, she stated the shot was “not quite intentional but, however I’m working on it”.
England Women vs West Indies Women, 26th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction
England will win
Australia and the increasingly harmful South Africa on reaching the semi-finals, while India and New Zealand face off on Saturday for the right to join them.
Deandra Dottin’s first ODI century lifted West Indies to 285 and did half the job against Pakistan, a crew that hadn’t made greater than 150 for 4 innings in a row. And although Pakistan put up a stable response, a mix of rain and quick wickets meant their innings was minimize short on 117 for three – 19 in need of the DLS par score in 24 overs. It was their 13th successive loss in a World Cup match.
Pakistan’s revised target was 245 in 38 overs and Javeria Khan was unbeaten on 58 when rain interrupted the sport for a third time. She added 80 with opener Nahida Khan earlier than offspinner Anisa Mohammed dismissed the opener for 40. 13 balls later, Iram Javed, promoted ahead of Nain Abidi, holed out to further cover off what turned out to be the final ball of the match.
It meant that the fluent stand between Javeria and Nahida, that saved Pakistan near the DLS par rating, went in vain. Pakistan captain Sana Mir admitted to a “lapse” in planning after the match, with the facet preferring to not take the batting Powerplay when the drizzle started getting heavy.