England Women vs Thailand Women, 7th T20 Match Prediction2020-02-27
Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia
England Women look to register their first win of the season!
We are expecting England Women to win!
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England Women and Thailand Women are among the bottom two teams of Group B rankings and will look to better their position in the points tally starting from the game at Manuka Oval. Interestingly, both the teams tasted defeats in their last outing which to some extent, could involve a change of gameplay from their end in the coming faceoff. England being more experienced in the T20Is will be eyeing to deploy whatever measures necessary in getting their first win of the season.
The Heather Knight-led side had put up decent performances in the Women’s tri-nation series alongside India and Australia, followed by a victory in one of the practice matches prior to the T20 World Cups. On the other hand, Thailand Women are clearly outwitted in this sense and would simply be reliant on one or more players to aid them under crunch moments.
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Amy Jones and Danielle Wyatt are among the finest Women’s cricketers in the T20 circuit. The duo will be hoping to capitalize early on in the contest and set a winning platform for the English side in the coming bout. Batting at No 3, Natalie Sciver came up with a half-century in the last outing and alongside an experienced Heather Knight will be anticipated to stitch match-winning partnerships in the middle.
Knight had a great run with the bat in the concluded tri-nation T20I series wherein she averaged 44 and will certainly don a crucial role for the English side for posting a gigantic total. In the bowling department, Sophie Ecclestone (2/27) was the star of the show for England Women in the game against South Africa will remain the go-to pick of the skipper when under crunch situations. Anya Shrubsole and Sarah Glenn scalped 1/26 each in the previous contest and being partnership breakers, they can be a menace if not picked early on in the game.
Sarah Glenn, Danielle Wyatt, Lauren Winfield, Sophie Ecclestone, Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Natalie Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Katherine Brunt
|A Ellen Jones||23||20||4||0||115|
The opening duo of Nattaya Boochatham and Nattakan Chantam need to extend their stay onto the crease and score singles and twos to keep the scoreboard ticking. Nannapat Koncharoenkai and Naruemol Chaiwai batted decently in the last match and will be banked upon to anchor the innings in case the top-order fails to set a decent platform. Nannapat was the highest run-getter for Thailand Women in the previous contest and will be expected to render a similar show amidst the batter friendly wicket at Manuka Oval.
Skipper Sornnarin Tippoch will be the vital cog in the middle-order who will be entrusted with the task of keeping the Thai Women alive in the competition with occasional boundaries across the stadium. In the bowling department, Suleeporn Laomi (0/14) was one of the most economical bowlers for Thailand in the match against Windies and being a potent turner of the ball, she could be anticipated to grab a wicket or two in the first innings at Manuka Oval. Boochatham and Soraya were effective in their respective spells and will be banked to hunt the rival batters in their first spells.
Nattaya Boochatham, Onnicha Kamchomphu, Chanida Sutthiruang, Naruemol Chaiwai, Soraya Lateh, Suleeporn Laomi, Nannapat Khoncharoenkai, Wongpaka Liengprasert, Ratanaporn Padunglerd, Sornnarin Tippoch, Nattakan Chantam
|Hr||Temp||Rain||W. speed||W. direction||Clouds|
|00h||27||0.38 mm.||6.78 k/h||From: WNW||94%|
|03h||28||0.13 mm.||6.09 k/h||From: WNW||73%|
|06h||26||0 mm.||4.08 k/h||From: WNW||36%|
|09h||17||0 mm.||1.71 k/h||From: WNW||0%|
|12h||11||0 mm.||2.1 k/h||From: SSE||0%|
|15h||11||0 mm.||0.47 k/h||From: SSE||67%|
|18h||10||0 mm.||1.7 k/h||From: N||79%|
|21h||10||0 mm.||2.24 k/h||From: N||95%|
It will be mostly sunny weather during the match duration. There will be showers prior to the commencement which might affect the scoring ability in the first half of play. The temperature would fluctuate drastically between 18-27 degrees Celsius.
The wicket at Manuka Oval has been found to flatten out as the match progresses and thus, batsmen will be in clear advantage at the latter stages as chasing will become easier at this venue.
The toss winning team should look to bowl first as it will be easier for the batters to chase the totals set with the humidity levels coming into play. Moreover, four out of five T20Is held here have been won by the team bowling first and thus, one can expect a similar fate in the upcoming T20I.
England Women might have lost the previous World Cup match, they will still go as the favorites for the game at Manuka Oval.
The defeat at the hands of South Africa Women would be a learning curve for the English side, especially their batters, as they will look to bounce back stronger over Sorrnarin Tippoch-led Thailand.
We are expecting England Women to win!
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