England Women vs South Africa Women, 13th Match Who Will Win Today Match Predictions, which can held on Jul 05, 2017, Wednesday at County Ground, Bristol and the match begins at 10.30AM there local time…England Women vs South Africa Women, 13th Match Who Will Win Today Match Predictions
Last match England won by seven wickets . England 206-3 (30.2 overs): Knight 82, Taylor 74 not out.
Final match of South Africa bowl out West Indies for 48. South Africa 49-0 (6.2 overs): Lizelle Lee 29*
both teams won by there last matches.
Dane van Niekerk took 4-0 and Marizanne Kapp 4-14 as West Indies, the World Twenty20 champions, were hustled out in 25.2 overs in Leicester. Chedean Nation made 26, but no different batter managed double figures.
England Women vs South Africa Women, 13th Match Who Will Win Today Match Predictions
England Women Will Win
South Africa reached their target in solely 38 balls, the fastest run chase to finish a 10-wicket win in any women’s 50-over one-day worldwide. West Indies have lost all three of their opening games and face a battle to succeed in the semi-finals.
The format of the event has all eight teams enjoying one another in the group stage, with the top 4 progressing to the knockout part.
England eased to their second win of the Women’s World Cup with a routine seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka. Wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor (74 not out) struck her first half-century since she returned to cricket following a break from the sport with anxiety points.
Taylor shared a third-wicket stand of 148 with captain Heather Knight (82) as England reached their goal with practically 20 overs to spare at Taunton.
Sri Lanka had been restricted to 204-8 as spinner Laura Marsh took 4-54.
Elsewhere in the event, West Indies had been bowled out for 48 at Leicester as South Africa romped to a 10-wicket win in solely 38 deliveries, whereas unbeaten Australia beat New Zealand by 5 wickets at Bristol and India beat Pakistan by 95 runs in front of a sell-out crowd at Derby.
Taylor claimed two catches – one a very sharp chance off Natalie Sciver whereas standing as much as the stumps – however it was her conviction with the bat which particularly impressed.
The England quantity three struck 11 fours – the final of which secured the win as she confidently skipped down the pitch to raise the ball excessive.