- Sanjay Sanapoori | October 6, 2022 | 10:18 am
A thrilling Super over saw New Zealand take the series. All the games were rather low scoring but provided a lot of thrill with games going down to the wire. Now with the series decided, both teams may try some new players, but going by how the games have been, it should still be a cracker of a game.
WI-W vs NZ-W Head to Head
Played- 21 | West Indies Women- 4 | New Zealand Women- 15 | No result- 1 | Tie- 1
WI-W vs NZ-W Match Details
Date: 6th October 2022
Time: 11:00 PM IST
Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua
WI-W vs NZ-W Weather Report
The weather at Antigua is pretty dry with high chances of scattered rainfall during the WI-W vs NZ-W fixture.
WI-W vs NZ-W Pitch Report
The Antigua track is dry and uneven. There is some low bounce and batting is a little a little challenging. Batting first will be a better option with the track getting favorable for bowlers as the game progresses.
WI-W vs NZ-W Predicted Playing XI
West Indies Women Playing XI
Rashada Williams, Natasha McLean, Shabika Gajnabi, Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews, Kyshona Knight, Chinelle Henry, Shakera Selman, Afy Fletcher, Shafilila Connell, Karishma Ramharack
New Zealand Women Playing XI
Sophie Devine, Suzie Bates, Lauren Down, Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Brooke Halliday, Hayley Jensen, Fran Jonas, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Kerr
WI-W vs NZ-W Key Players
Hayley Matthews is on the rise. She is moving up the rankings rapidly and is contributing strongly with both bat and ball. The series has been a tough one for her though with results not going West Indies way but she will hope to finish strong.
Sophie Devine came up with a man of the match performance to break hand West Indies a massive heartbreak. Her talent and abilities are already well known and she is in the form of her life as an all-rounder.
See Also: England vs India 2nd ODI Match Prediction – Cricket Winner
WI-W vs NZ-W Match Tips
All five game have been low-scoring thrillers with New Zealand coming out on the right side three times. West Indies though will be eager to set things right and finish strong in another expected nail-biting.