3rd ODI South Africa vs West Indies Today Women Match Prediction Tips 29 Who Will Win on Monday February 2016. The third and last ODI match of ICC Women’s Championship schedule to play between RSA vs WI women at Buffalo Park, East London. Keep in touch with us to know the Today Women Match Prediction with cricinfo women cricket live score ball by ball coverage here at cricfrog.com
In the 2nd ODI match, West Indies women cricket team has beaten the Momentum Proteas by an insistent 57 hurries to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ladies’ One-Day International (ODI) arrangement at Buffalo Park Stadium on Saturday. The Proteas hitters again neglected to assemble an association sufficiently enormous to effectively pursue down the Windies’ 232. Just Trisha Chetty (51 off 78) dealt with a half century, with the following most noteworthy runs originating from Mignon du Preez (24) and Andrie Steyn (20).
The center and base requests attempted to hold their wickets with Marizanne Kapp, Dané van Niekerk and Lizelle Lee losing their wickets for three, 16 and zero separately. Suné Luus (19) was vanquished by a decent conveyance by Afy Fletcher and Dinesha Devnarain was perfect knocked down some pins by Anisa Mohammed for seven to round up the unobtrusive batting exertion.
3rd ODI South Africa vs West Indies Today Women Match Prediction Tips 29 Feb 2016
South Africa women will win the toss and choose to bat first but West Indies women win the match again. In examination, the guests figured out how to uncover themselves from underneath inconvenience well after they lost the wickets of Hayley Matthews (6) and Shaquana Quintyne (6) inside of the initial eight overs of their innings, in the wake of winning the hurl and choosing to bat first. Stafanie Taylor played a commander’s innings of 79 from 83 balls to guide her side to a solid complete the process of, accepting great backing from Deandra Dottin (61) who included her very own half century to concrete their solid completion. South Africa’s captain, Mignon du Preez is disillusioned with the way her side has performed inside of each of the three controls, which incorporated the dropped gets of both Taylor and Dottin. The third ODI will occur at the same venue on Monday, 29 February at 10am.
“We’re exceptionally baffled with our execution today,” she said. “I think we realize that we are a superior group by a wide margin than the exhibitions we have placed together in the last couple of days. We truly let ourselves down in the field, there were a couple of releases that we missed and tragically in these sorts of diversions you can’t drop players like Stafanie Taylor and (Deandra) Dottin and hope to escape with it.
“We’ve talked about knocking down some pins in the right ranges yet our line and length is still not what it ought to be, but rather I think we did truly well to pull their innings back at last. The score on this wicket is certainly something that we can pursue, we simply didn’t construct an association and that is the most serious issue. One of the main four hitters needs to bat through the innings and we haven’t done that yet.
“I know there’s another amusement to go, sadly the arrangement is gone, yet there is still a considerable measure to play for. Regardless we have a few focuses we can get for the ICC Women’s Championship and that needs to take need in the following diversion,” she closed.
South Africa Women ODI Team: Mignon du Preez (c), Trisha Chetty (wk), Laura Wolfvaardt, Andrie Steyn, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, Lizelle Lee, Dinesha Devnarain, Chloe Tryon, Sune Luus, Shabnim Ismail, Masabatha Klaas, Ayabonga Khaka, Matshipi Marcia Letsoalo, Odine Kirsten
West Indies Women ODI Team: Stafanie Taylor (C), Shakera Selman, Merissa Aguilleira, Shemaine Campbelle, Shamilia Connell, Britney Cooper, Deandra Dottin, Afy Fletcher, Stacy-Ann King, Kycia Knight, Kyshona Knight, Hayley Matthews, Anisa Mohammed, Shaquana Quintyne, Tremayne Smartt