England vs South Africa Women Prediction WT20 warm up Match who will win on Monday 14th March . ENG vs RSA genuine prediction report, today toss prediction with ball by ball live score coverage and where to watch online live match broadcast details here at cricfrog.com
The Proteas women cricket team will face English team in the practice match of ICC Women’s World Twenty20 , match schedule to start at 19:30 local (14:00 GMT | 19:00 PKT), get live action from MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai. England have been runners-up twice since their 2009 victory in ICC Women’s World T20 and will aim for World T20 title.
England Women enter the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 (T20) with a hope to win the Women’s WT20 title to their name once again. England won their first ICC Women’s WT20 title in 2009, which they hosted. In 2009, England won against India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan to reach the semi-final against Australia, who remain the defending champions in World T20 till date. They beat Australia to reach the final against New Zealand winning the match by 6 wickets. Two batswomen, who played key role to guide England to their first win was Sarah Taylor and Claire Taylor. But sooner their performance in World T20 started depleting.
Charlotte is the captain of England team, who has led her team to World Cup and World T20 titles, who has been in charge of the team for last 10 years. Sarah and Lydia have remained prominent players for England throughout the tournament but Charlotte remains on top with regards to maximum runs of total 566 and best score being 80.Sarah is the second best player with 492 runs and best score of 62 not out. From the bowlers perspective, Anya Shrubsole is on top with maximum wickets of 19 and Jenny Gunn is the next bowler, who stands tall as highest wicket taker with total wickets of 15. England have a balanced side who can turn to be unexpected winners.
England vs South Africa Women Prediction
South Africa will win the toss and bat first but England will win the match. This year’s World T20 title will be a tough competition with defending champions Australia fighting for their fourth title while India have made giant strides, South Africa entered the finals in World T20 final in 2014, West Indies could also put up a fight, while New Zealand have remained competitive right since the start of the World T20.
England Women T20 Team Squad: Charlotte Edwards (c), Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Georgia Elwiss, Tash Farrant, Lydia Greenway, Rebecca Grundy, Jenny Gunn, Danielle Hazell, Amy Jones, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Sarah Taylor, Danielle Wyatt
South Africa Women T20 Team Squad: Mignon du Preez (c), Trisha Chetty, Laura Goodall, Moseline Daniels, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, Dinesha Devnarain, Chloe Tyron, Sune Luus, Shabhim Ismail, Masabatha Klass, Ayabonga Khaka, Matshipi Marcia Letsoalo, Lizelle Lee, Yolani Fourie