Ireland vs West Indies – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | ICC Women’s T20 World Cup
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When is Ireland Women vs West Indies Women on and what time does it start? West Indies Women vs Ireland Women will take place on Friday 17th February, 2023 – 17:00 (UK)
Where is Ireland Women vs West Indies Women taking place? West Indies Women vs Ireland Women will take place at Six Gun Grill Newlands in Cape Town, South Africa
Where can I get tickets for Ireland Women vs West Indies Women? Click here for the latest ticket information for Ireland Women vs West Indies Women
What channel is Ireland Women vs West Indies Women on in the UK? West Indies Women vs Ireland Women will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Ireland Women vs West Indies Women in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream West Indies Women vs Ireland Women live on Sky Go
- Ireland were skittled out disappointingly at the hands of Pakistan this past Wednesday, succumbing to 95 all out after having conceded a score of 165/5.
- With two defeats from two and the worst net-run-rate of their group, Ireland are currently propping up the table and another loss here would surely end any hopes they may still have of semi-final qualification.
WEST INDIES WOMEN
- West Indies are coming into this one on the back of successive defeats, both of them due to not putting high enough scores on the board when batting first.
- Unsurprisingly, West Indies’ top scorer in each game was one of their two big-name players, Hayley Matthews and Stafanie Taylor and a significant lack of batting depth remains evident.
This really feels like a do-or-die fixture for West Indies. If they can’t overcome Ireland then their chances of advancing further in the tournament are pretty much all-but done. However, with Matthews and Taylor each having shown signs of life with the bat and against vastly inferior opposition compared to both England and India, West Indies should bounce back strongly and beat an Ireland side, who have been bowled out for 105 and 95 respectively across the tournament so far.