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Editor’s Pick(Women's Cricket) : England - Pakistan

The women’s world cup is getting a lot of attention, isn’t it? On our app, we have close to eight thousand players working on their lineup. Keep it up, players. Tell your friends as well.


So let’s take a look at the players for this match. Many of them have done quite well increasing their selection percentage. Today’s lineup is based on how their recent performance has been and how many fans want them in their lineup. I’m trying different things here to make the lineup click. Bear with me, please.

-Jenny gunn                                    11 47%
-Asmavia Iqbal                               9           70%
-Heather Knight                             9 97%
-Nain Abidi                                      9 63%
-Nahida Khan                                  8 94%
-Fran Wilson                                    7 91%
-Sana Mir                                        11 71%
-Danielle Hazell                               7 85%
-Katherine Brunt                       8 80%
-Sadia yousuf                                  9 69%
-Sarah Taylor                                   11 91%


The percentage is a derived number. It represents the faith that the fan has in the player. This is a very tricky number and can by no means be predicted. The salary, on the other hand, is a whole different story.

So, let’s see today how right we fans are about the players.

Let me know how you did in your lineup.

Good Luck

Indu


P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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