Match Preview – Today Cricket Match Prediction, New Zealand Women vs England Women, ODI World Cup 2022, 19th Match. Who Will Win, On March 20, 2022


Match Details

The 19th match of Women’s World Cup 2022 is scheduled to play between New Zealand Women vs England Women on Sunday, 20th March 2022 at The Eden Park, Auckland.

New Zealand Women ( NZW ) Previews

New Zealand Women had lost their previous match against Australian Women by a huge margin of 141 runs in their previous match. They won the toss and decided to field first. The bowling unit of New Zealand totally failed to give the best performance. They leaked 269 runs in their inning of 50 overs. Lea Tahuhu was the most successful and highest wicket-taker from their side who picked three wickets in her nine overs bowled out against 53 runs.

England Women ( ENGW ) Previews

England Women were beaten by South Africa Women in their most recent completed match by the margin of three wickets. They lost the toss and were asked to bat first. The performance of their batting order was good. They scored 235 runs in their inning of 50 overs. Beaumont was the highest run-scorer from their side who scored 62 runs on 97 deliveries with the help of six boundaries. A Jones scored 53 runs while Dunkley had 26 runs to her name.

Favorite Team

According to match prediction, England Women is the favorite team to win this match. There are many factors that make England Women a favorite team to win this match.

  • England Women are overall a strong team of this tournament
  • New Zealand Women team is strong as compared to the England Women team
  • The bowling unit of New Zealand Women is also strong and is in excellent form

Winning Chances

The performance of New Zealand Women had been good in the past and they are a well-balanced team. The batting and bowling unit of the team is also strong and is in good form, so the winning chances of today’s match for New Zealand Women have been increased. The equation of winning chances of both teams for today’s match is mentioned as under.

England Women have a 56% chance to win this match
New Zealand Women have a 44% chance to win this match

Toss Prediction

The toss is playing an important role in the decision of all matches of ICC Women’s ODI World Cup 2022. According to toss prediction, the team that will win the toss may choose to bat first.

Pitch Report & Conditions

The 19th match of Women’s ODI World Cup 2022 will be played at Eden Park, Auckland. The pitch here at this stadium has something in it for both batsmen and bowlers. It is typically a little slow and low but very flat. The pace bowlers have very little to work with and it is the slower bowlers that will be the bigger threat.

Weather Report

The weather forecast in Auckland is predicting some chances of rain on the matchday but hopefully, it should clear up by the time the match gets started.

Match Info

Date: Sunday, 20th Mar 2022
Time: 10:00 PM GMT (Mar 19) / 11:00 AM LOCAL / 04:00 AM IST

Venue Details

Stadium: Eden Park
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Opened: 1900
Capacity: 41,000
Known as: Eden Park No. 1
Ends: Broadcasting End, Terraces End
Time Zone: UTC +13:00
Home to: Auckland
Other Sports: it is home to Rugby
Floodlights: Yes
Curator: Mark Perham

Venue Scoring

Total matches: 77
Matches won batting first: 30
Matches won bowling first: 42
Average 1st Inns scores: 219
Average 2nd Inns scores: 194
Highest total recorded: 340/5 (48.4 Ov) by NZ vs AUS
Lowest total recorded: 73/10 (26.3 Ov) by NZ vs SL
Highest score chased: 340/5 (48.4 Ov) by NZ vs AUS
Lowest score defended: 153/10 (39.5 Ov) by NZ vs ENG

New Zealand Women Squad

Sophie Devine(c), Suzie Bates, Amelia Kerr, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Katey Martin(w), Frances Mackay, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Kerr, Fran Jonas, Georgia Plimmer, Rosemary Mair, Hayley Jensen.

England Women Squad

Heather Knight(C), Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones(WK), Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Charlotte Dean, Anya Shrubsole, Natasha Farrant, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Emma Lamb, Freya Davies.

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