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Women's Cricket World Cup - England

Three-time winner of the world cup - 1973, 1993, and 2009. The women’s Cricket Team hopes to add more to their kitty. Being the hosts of this prestigious tournament, they do have the home advantage.

The women’s team is currently ranked second. Ten members of the 2013 squad are on the current team. Experience is truly valued.

The Squad:

Heather Knight (capt), Tammy Beaumont (wk), Katherine Brunt, Georgia Elwiss, Jenny Gunn, Alex Hartley, Danielle Hazell, Beth Langston, Laura Marsh, Anya Shrubsole, Nat Sciver, Sarah Taylor (wk), Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield, Danni Wyatt.


Fixtures:

June 24 V India
June 27 V Pakistan
July 2 V Sri Lanka
July 5 V South Africa
July 9 V Australia
July 12 V New Zealand
July 15 V West Indies


Players to look out for:

Nat Sciver can hit big. She is what the team will depend on to get the run rate racing. Her thirst for runs along with her ability
Tammy Beaumont - First English Woman to hit back-to-back ODI tons, she could be the game changer for England.
Katherine Brunt is the wicket-taker of the team. She is one of the three players on this current squad who lifted the 2009 world cup.
Anya Shrubsole is the highest wicket taker in T20. She can also pitch in with the ball and give the team the breakthroughs.

Two of the times they won, they were the hosts. England could do it again. But then, that’s what we had said about the Men’s team during the ICC Champions Trophy held earlier this month. Cricket and life - very unpredictable.



Indu 


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