June 30, 2018
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By Yash Mittal

England Tri-nation T20 Women’s series, 2018

England Women vs New Zealand Women, Final| EN-W vs NZ-W WHO WILL WIN

The Big Picture

After a week of pulsating cricket that saw ebbs and flow rise to accentuating levels and several records plummeted, it’ll be England Women vs New Zealand Women in the finals of the Women’s tri-nation series on Sunday, July 01.

What happened in the Previous Encounter

The last England Women vs New Zealand encounter saw English Women made light work of the White Ferns’ in the dress rehearsal of the tri-series final as they defeated Suzie Bates and co by a comfortable margin of seven wickets. This was England’s second successive win over NZ-W in the tournament.

In the last league encounter, New Zealand batted first, when Anya Shrubsole, en-route to 3-16 in 3.1 overs for skipper Suzie Bates for a duck. Sophie Devine sizzled with as 45-ball-52, but apart from Amy Satterthwaite’s 26-ball-37,  no one could put a substantial score, as the Kiwis were eventually bowled out for 129 in 18.1 overs.

Venue:- County Ground, Chelmsford

Match Timings:- Sunday, July 01, 2018, 07:30 PM IST

Chasing 130, England Women lost Wyatt early for 2, but wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor (51), Natalie Sciver (39) and skipper Knight (24 off 13 balls) made light work of a sub-standard total to win by a comfortable margin of seven wickets. With two losses in as many matches against England Women, the White Ferns’ will look for a reversal in the all-important finale on Sunday. So, who will win EN-W vs NZ-W? Let us delve in the betting odds as part of our EN-W vs NZ-W today match prediction.

EN-W vs NZ-W Head-to-Head (Last 5 matches)

EN-W:- 4

NZ-W:- 1

EN-W vs NZ-W Squads:-


Danielle Hazell, Heather Knight (C), Sarah Taylor (WK), Natasha Farrant, Natalie Sciver, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Jenny Gunn, Laura Marsh, Lauren Winfield, Katie George, Anya Shrubsole, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Amy Ellen Jones


Suzie Bates (C), Bernadine Bezuidenhout (WK), Leigh Kasperek, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin, Anna Peterson, Hannah Rowe, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Watkin, Sophie Devine, Kate Ebrahim, Maddy Green, Holly Huddleston, Hayley Jensen


So, who will win EN-W vs NZ-W? As per Bet365, the odds in favour of EN-W winning the rubber is 8/15, implying a return of Rs 153.33 over 100, while that of NZ-W winning it, is 6/4, implying a return of Rs 250 over a claim of 100.

PREDICTION:- Looking at the current form, EN-W will start as overwhelming favourites for the game.

Yash Mittal

Just a Cricket lover!!

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