Women's Cricket World Cup : West Indies vs Bangladesh
West Indies qualify with four wins in a row, which makes West Indies the victors.
17 Wickets dropped to spin, and West Indies needed 53 to keep Shemaine Campbelle from reaching 140-9
Salma khatun with 23, Bangladesh 60-5 85-7, and nahida akter need 8 before ending. Trisna number 11 was fascinated by Stefanie Taylor, captain of the Windies who made the actor to be at number 25.
Player hayley Matthews claimed 4-15 and Off spinner 329 by Taylor, which was nearly identical and even identical to spinner Afy Fletcher.
There was a worrying moment when West Indies speed bowler Shamilia Connell crashed in the 47th inning in Bangladesh.
As a result of the injury Connel eventually had to get treatment and left the field, the addition of 32 fletchers by Campbelle and Karishma Ramharack.
And, while Bangladesh were unable to take eight from their final with the last pair in the fold, Campbelle and Connell were able to add eight for the Windies, ultimately proving the difference.
West Indies win against England in Cricket World Cup match
Losing seven times in a row against West Indies in the Dunedin Women's World Cup. Conceded 23 strokes and lost 6 chances and tried to catch 226 for a loss. England given hope with ninth stand between Cate Cross and Sophie Ecllestone
There were nine left to win and, one run later, number 11 Anya Shrubsole was blown away by Anisa Mohammed to give the West Indies their first ever win over England at a World Cup.
West Indies had previously been reduced from 81-0 to 98-4, before a 123 run between Shemaine Campbelle and Chedean Nation lifted them to 225-6.
With a unique game the West Indies managed to suppress England and resulted in a victory.
With the top four from an eight-team group going through to the semi-finals, England's defense of the trophy they won in 2017 is far from over, but they now have little margin for error.
Their next match is against South Africa in Tauranga on Monday.
West Indies added this scalp to their win over hosts New Zealand and are in a strong position to tilt in the semi-finals.
New Zealand vs West Indies
New Zealand defeated in opening match
The hosts were disappointed by the loss in the opening match of the Women's World Cup in Tauraga
Matthews is stunning with a good shot, making West Indies 259-9 after being asked to hit in ideal conditions at the attractive Bay Oval
And New Zealand are rarely on top of the chase as Matthews claimed 2-41 with an off spin.
After Devine was caught brilliantly and sent in for a 108th by Chinelle Henry, goalkeeper Katey Martin was allowed to set her tail.
Martin's strike brought the equation down to six from the final over, only for Deandra Dottin to pick up the ball for the first time and trap Martin lbw for 44 with a yorker pinpoint.
Dottin then caught Jess Kerr in midway and when Fran Jonas ran out of the next ball, the West Indies won by three rounds.
It was a thrilling curtain-raiser for a tournament delayed by a year by the Covid-19 pandemic, whetting appetite for the 30 games remaining until the final in Christchurch on April 3.
Magic Matthews and Dottin inspire West Indies
Matthews and Dottin were the stars of victory at the 2016 T20 World Cup, but West Indies have been in the shadows of that team ever since – they won just two games at the last 50-over World Cup in 2017.
However, with legendary bowler Courtney Walsh quickly in charge, it was a resurgent display, fueled by Matthews' glorious half.
Together with opening partner Dottin, Matthews immediately hit New Zealand bowling with sweet timing and classic stroke play.
He hit 16 fours and six, receiving support from captain Stafanie Taylor, who made 30, Shemain Campbelle 20 and 36 by Chedean Nation.
West Indies were hampered on the pitch by five dropped catches - two of which saw Devine suspend, who could also have been out - and they looked to have squandered their chance in the face of Martin's late strike.
But Dottin, a great death bowler hampered by a shoulder injury in recent years, dramatically demanded the ball and made a game-winning impact.
Martin was pinned down by a burning swinger, Kerr failed to fall for 25 and 17-year-old Jonas was sent off without a face after being sent back to the non-striker end.
It is a very disappointing result for New Zealand, who are likely to compete with South Africa and India for the two semifinal spots.
But they can take the heart from England in the last World Cup. The hosts suffered a shock loss to India in their first game, only to later be crowned champions.
India beat West Indies in 3rd T20I
The Indian runner fired in unison after fifty-man Suryakumar Yadav as the hosts snatched a 17-game winning streak over West Indies in the third and final T20I in Kolkata on Sunday.
After Deepak Chahar limped off the pitch after failing to complete the third over due to a hamstring injury, Harshal Patel, Venkatesh Iyer and Shardul Thakur did their job impressively to defend 184/5 India.
For Rohit, this is his third straight sweep as a full-time captain, having previously beaten New Zealand (0-3) in T20Is and West Indies (0-3) in ODIs. The win also equaled their record of nine straight wins in 2020.
For the West Indies, it was their third consecutive bilateral draw away from home -- 0-2 to New Zealand in 2020-21 and 0-3 to Pakistan 2021-22 -- as they ended India's forgotten run by losing six games. on running (including three on the ODI leg).
Although tough blazer Avesh Khan (4-0-42-0) struggled with his line, Chahar made an early breakthrough for India early by removing both openers - Kayle Mayers (6) and Shai Hope (8) - in space 11 delivery in the powerplay. .
Chahar swung the ball in both directions and also cleverly changed his pace to round the Windies opener and provide the first breakthrough on the fifth after India reviewed it successfully to sack Mayers.
In the next over, he took Hope's outer edge with a peach from the outswinger and looked burned before he picked up the injury and limped off the field without completing his over.
India vs West Indies 1st T20I: Another easy outing
More than this West Indies team, India would be concerned about Deepak Chahar’s injury, as the swing bowler looked to be in serious pain, after trying to stop a ferocious Kieron Pollard pull off Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling. Chahar left the field immediately. The injury didn’t look good.
As for the West Indies’ resistance, it was basically down to Nicholas Pooran’s half-century that gave their total a fighting feel. On a very good Eden Gardens pitch, a victory target of 158 wasn’t going to bother the hosts much. Rohit Sharma made a crunching start, which offset Ishan Kishan’s struggles at the other end. Thanks to the skipper, India raced to 58 for no loss at the end of the Powerplay and after that it was about carrying on with the momentum. The hosts duly sealed a six-wicket victory in the penultimate victory.
At his happy hunting ground, Rohit was bossing the Caribbean bowling. A couple of fours and as many sixes in an Odean Smith over oozed languid elegance. But after scoring 40 off 19 balls when he became Roston Chase’s maiden T20I victim, India’s progress became a little laboured. Virat Kohli was serenaded by ‘Kohli, Kohli’ chants by a handful of fans, as he walked out to bat. He responded to it by dancing down the track and playing a gorgeous lofted drive off Akeal Hosein. Another attempt to clear the long-off boundary off Fabien Allen, however, wasn’t fruitful and once again the former captain got out cheaply after making a promising start.
His departure on the back of Kishan’s dismissal brought the tourists back into the game a bit. Rishabh Pant, too, got out soon and at 114/4 in the 15th over, the hosts had a bit of concern. From the West Indies’ perspective, Suryakumar Yadav’s wicket became important at that stage. But the latter was waltzing through his knock, offering an assortment of conventional shots and innovations. His 34 not out off 18 balls slammed the door shut on the visitors. Venkatesh Iyer at No. 6 gave him good company, scoring 24 not out off 13 balls. An unbroken 48-run fifth-wicket partnership took India home with seven balls to spare.
India vs West Indies, 2nd ODI: Team India Predicted XI
India vs West Indies: Hosts India will be looking to seal the series, having won the opening ODI comfortably in Ahmedabad.
Already 1-0 up in the three-match series, India face the West Indies in the second ODI at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. The opening match marked the start of Rohit Sharma's tenure as full-time white-ball captain with the hosts coasting to a six-wicket win. Chasing a target of 177 runs, India reached 178 for four in 28 overs with Rohit smashing 60 runs off 51 balls. Meanwhile, Yuzvendra Chahal was also in fantastic form, bagging a four-wicket haul to help India bowl out the West Indies for 176 in 43.5 overs.
The hosts will be aiming to take an unassailable 2-0 win on Wednesday.
Here's a look at the predicted final XI for Team India in 2nd ODI:
Rohit Sharma: Having won his first match as full-time white-ball skipper, Rohit will be aiming to build on his fine batting form. During his knock in the first ODI, he also smashed 10 fours and a maximum.
KL Rahul: Rahul joined the India camp after the first ODI and was seen training on Monday. The vice-captain missed the first fixture due to personal reasons. He will be hoping to put in a good performance on Wednesday.
Virat Kohli: Although he was dismissed cheaply in the first match, Kohli will be eyeing an improved showing and reaching that elusive three-figure mark that has evaded him for over two years. He could only register eight runs off four balls in the previous game.
Rishabh Pant: The wicketkeeper-batter was run out before he could make any real impact with the bat in the first ODI. Having done well in South Africa, Pant will be looking to get back amongst the runs.
Suryakumar Yadav: Suryakumar forged an unbeaten partnership with Deepak Hooda to get India over the line on Sunday. He scored 34 runs off 36 balls, including five fours.
Deepak Hooda: Hooda was in good form on his Team India debut and played an unbeaten knock of 26 runs off 32 balls. He also registered two fours and helped India chase down the target without much fuss.
Washington Sundar: Sundar bagged three wickets in nine overs during the first ODI, conceding 30 runs. He didn't have to come and bat, but his all-round skills will be pivotal for India in the next match.
Navdeep Saini: Saini also returned to training and was seen in the nets on Monday. He missed the first ODI after being in isolation. He could be given a chance in the second ODI with Shardul Thakur making way.
Mohammed Siraj: Siraj managed to take a wicket in the first ODI and will be aiming to add more to his wickets tally on Wednesday.
Yuzvendra Chahal: The player of the match in the first ODI, Chahal registered a four-wicket haul and was crucial during the win. He will be an obvious pick for the team management.
Prasidh Krishna: Krishna put in a matured display in the first ODI and took two wickets off 10 overs, conceding only 29 runs.