England Women vs India Women – Tri-Nation Women’s T20 Series International Preview & Prediction
When is England Women vs India Women taking place? Friday 7th February, 2020 – 03:10 (UK)
Where is England Women vs India Women taking place? Junction Oval, Melbourne
What is the expected weather for England Women vs India Women? 26c in partly cloudy skies
What channel is England Women vs India Women on? The match will be televised live on BT Sport 1
Where can I stream England Women vs India Women? The match can be streamed live via the BT Sport website & app
Where can I get tickets for England Women vs India Women? Ticket details for this match can be found here!
India Women beat England Women by 5 wickets run
THE TEAM NEWS
- England Women bounced back from their opening loss to India Women in style as they defeated reigning world champions Australia Women in a thrilling contest that had to be decided in a Super Over.
- A superb knock of 78 from skipper Heather Knight guided England to 156/4 before Sarah Glenn and Natalie Sciver took three wickets apiece to ensure a Super Over but it was Knight who was the hero as she hit back-to-back fours to lead her side to the win.
- England were second best in their opening game against India and with the win against Australia behind them, they will be full of confidence ahead of this clash. Having made just one change last time out, it is unlikely that England will tinker with their side too much for this game.
- India Women put in a poor performance against Australia Women as they were unable to make it back-to-back wins to start this tri-nation series and must now look to respond with a better batting display.
- The Indians were put into bat first and they did not handle the conditions well as they collapsed from 78/3 to 103/9 at the end of their 20 overs with only three players managing to reach double-figures.
- Australia reached their target with relative ease despite the bowling unit doing well to keep their side in the game but India cannot keep relying on captain Harmanpreet Kaur with the bat and may look to make changes to their middle-order as they bid for a much-improved effort this time around.
England Women will be out to avenge their loss to India Women in their pivotal clash in the tri-nation series. England lost in their opening match to India before bouncing back to beat Australia Women in a superb contest. India have since lost to Australia to leave the three sides with a win each at the halfway stage meaning a loss here for either nation could be devastating to their chances of making the final. India’s middle-order has come under-fire and if England can bowl as well as they did against Australia, they will be able to put more pressure on the Indians and come away with the victory.