Match Preview – 27th June 2017 – 10:30 – Venue – Fischer County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester.
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Ahead of our England Women vs Pakistan Women players to watch, we first must preview the upcoming match between the two sides. England were underwhelming in their opening match, as they were surprisingly beaten by India in the tournament opener. Pakistan also lost their opening match, as they were beaten at the hands of South Africa.
Prior to looking at the England Women vs Pakistan Women recent form, we first look at the key names for both sides. England’s lynchpin with the ball Katherine Brunt was uncharacteristically out of sorts in the first match but will be itching to set the record straight against Pakistan. For Pakistan, captain Sana Mir is the standout name and will need to be on top form for her side to get a result
Before analyzing the England Women vs Pakistan Women odds and free prediction, we look at the recent success of both teams. England lost their opening World Cup match disappointingly for what was their first defeat of the calendar year. Their last defeat coming some eight games ago against the West indies in an ODI series against the West Indies. Pakistan had to qualify for this tournament and did so with wins over Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh to name but three. They also managed a win against the West Indies in a warm-up match prior to the competition.
England and Pakistan have face off in One-Day cricket five times since 2013. England have never lost and their last 50-over win over Pakistan came in June 2016 when they won by 202 runs. Pakistan have only even won once against England in any format, a Twenty20 International in 2013 when they won by a single run.
England would have been big favourites for the match if they’d have beaten India in their first match. Now they are overwhelming favourites. There is a clear gulf between the two sides and with England focused on making up for their mistakes in the first match, it is hard to see anything but an England victory occurring in this match.
England are a far better side on paper and will be expected to dominate with bat and ball. England will look to go big with the bat if they get first use of the pitch, with Sarah Taylor looking in fine form with the willow since her return to the game. Katherine Brunt was out of sorts against India and will want to set the record straight. While form is temporary, Brunt rarely has two bad days so she could well put in a match-winning performance in this game
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