At Paarl’s Boland Park on Monday, Ireland Women (IRE-W) and England Women (ENG-W) will square off in the sixth game of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023. (February 13). Ireland is currently ranked 10th in the ICC team rankings and has yet to win a T20 World Cup match. They have participated in three editions of the tournament and have lost all 13 games they have played. The Irish team, though, will be inspired after their unexpected three-wicket victory over Australia in the last exhibition game.
In their opening game, England easily defeated the West Indies to kick off their season. While bowling first, world No. 1 bowler Sophie Ecclestone claimed three wickets for 23 runs to restrict West Indies to just 135 runs.Sophia Dunkley scored 34 off 18 and Natalie Sciver-Brunt scored 40* off 30 to help their team win by seven wickets in just 14.3 overs. England is the overwhelming favourite to win the forthcoming game after winning the one T20I matchup they had with Ireland in 2012.
Ireland women versus England women in the sixth match of the women’s T20 World Cup.
Location: Boland Park in Paarl
Date & Time: Wednesday, February 13
Telecast and Live Streaming: Disney+ Hotstar and Star Sports Network
ENG-W vs. IRE-W Boland Park in Paarl, South Africa, provides a level playing field for T20 cricket bowlers and batters alike. With a fresh ball in powerplay overs, the pitch gave the pace bowlers an added advantage. The typical first inning resulthas been 152 in the first three women’s T20I matches. If England chooses to bat first here on Monday, they will probably score a high total.
Potential Starting XIs for the Ireland Women vs. England Women Match Amy Hunter, Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Laura Delany, Eimar Richardson, Mary Waldron, Leah Paul, Rachael Delaney, Arlene Kelly, Cara Murray, and Shauna Kavanagh for the Ireland Women (IRE-W).
England Women (ENG-W): Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Charlie Dean, Sarah Glenn, Lauren Bell, Danni Wyatt, Alice Capsey, Natalie Sciver-Brunt, Heather Knight (c), Amy Jones (wk),