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Editor’s Pick(Women’s Cricket): England - New Zealand

England is right on top of the table. They are here with four wins from five matches. With eight points and a good run rate of  +1.163, they look forward to their match with New Zealand,

New Zealand, with three wins and one NR, have a fantastic run rate of +2.3010. They would have been on top of the table if it were not for the unfortunately abandoned match in their stats.

Hence, this is looking to be a very good match, with both teams doing rather well.

My Lineup

Batsmen
Tammy Beaumont
Fran Wilson
Heather Knight
Amy Satterthwaite

Bowlers
Amelia Kerr
Katherine Brunt
Lea Tahuhu
Danielle Hazel
Holly Huddleston

Wicket Keepers
Rachel Priest
Sarah Taylor

Suzie Bates and Nat Sciver totally deserve to be on my team. But I want to try out five bowlers for this match. If you want one of them, you can take out Rachel Priest. IF.

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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