On February 17 at Newlands in Cape Town, match 13 of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 will pit West Indies Women (WI-W) against Ireland Women (IRE-W) (Friday). West Indies enters the game with a pair of losses against England and India, respectively.
They chose to bat first against England in their opening encounter, posting 135/7. They failed to prevent the Three Lions from reaching the mark in 14.3 overs, though. In their second match against India, they chose to bat first and only managed to reach 118/6, which India chased down with 11 balls to spare.
Ireland, on the other side, enters this match having suffered two losses, against Pakistan and England. They had a stunning collapse when playing England, going from 80/2 to 105 all out. Despite taking six England wickets, they were unable to prevent them from chasing the score in 14.2 overs. In their second encounter against Pakistan, they were unable to surpass the 165-run goal and lost by 70 runs.
IRE-W vs. WI-W Women’s T20 World Cup match information: West Indies women vs. Ireland women, match 13.
Location: Newlands in Cape Town
Time: 10:30 IST on February 17, 2019.
IRE-W vs. WI-W Pitch Specifics: The Newlands pitch offers sufficient assistance to bowlers and batsmen. Teams chasing have won all five of the tournament’s games played there thus far. triple victory The captain who wins the toss will attempt to field first and try to limit the opponent to 150 while keeping this statistic in mind.
Potential Starting XIs for WI-W vs. IRE-W West Indies Women (WI-W)
Rashada Williams (wk), Afy Fletcher, Shamilia Connell, Shakera Selman, Chinelle Henry, Chedean Nation, Stafanie Taylor, Shemaine Campbelle, Shabika Gajnabi, Karishma Ramharack,
Amy Hunter, Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Laura Delany (c), Eimear Richardson, Louise Little, Mary Waldron (wk), Leah Paul, Arlene Kelly, Cara Murray, and Jane Maguire are all examples of Ireland Women (IRE-W).
The probable best performers are WI-W vs. IRE-W
Most Likely Best Batter
Shemaine Campbelle Campbelle has already made significant contributions in both games. To keep the scoreboard flowing, she ultimately scored 34 against England and 30 against India. for her group. In the third Test, the hitter, who was born in Guyana, will try to maintain her recent success and destroy the Irish bowlers.
Arlene Kelly, perhaps the best bowler
Ireland’s preferred bowler against Pakistan was a right-arm medium pacer. In three overs, she took two wickets for 27 runs. She has taken three wickets so far in the competition and will want to increase that total against the West Indies.