The West Indies Women’s Women’s T20 World Cup campaign hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts. The Women in Maroon’s first two games were against England and India, and they lost both of them. The team will try to win its remaining games in order to maintain its chances of making it to the tournament’s knockout rounds.
Chedean Nation, a crucial member of the team, was recently forced to withdraw from the competition due to a knee injury. For the remainder of the Women’s T20 World Cup, middle-order batter Britney Cooper will take Nation’s place. Nation failed to perform for the West Indies in their consecutive losses to England and India. Country will not participate in the event.and it deals the unit a serious hit.
Since making her debut in 2009, Cooper, 33, has played for the West Indies in 49 One-Day Internationals and 76 Twenty20 Internationals. Cooper has only managed an average of 11.10 in the shortest format despite appearing in a lot of T20Is for the West Indies. She nevertheless played a significant role in the Windies’ 2016 title win in India. In the competition semifinal match against New Zealand, she played a fantastic knock of 61 runs. In the championship game versus Australia at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, she also scored the go-ahead runs.
West Indies will attempt to prevail in their remaining games.
following their T20 World Cup defeats in their opening two games. The West Indies will be aiming foron the competition’s remaining games. They still have two group stage games left, against Pakistan and Ireland, and they will need to win both of those games to have any chance of competing in the World Cup.