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Editor’s Pick(Women’s Cricket): England - West Indies

England is right on top in all their shining glory with ten points. West Indies, on the other hand, is sixth on the table with just two wins. An interesting fact is that both teams have won their last matches. England beat New Zealand by 75 runs and West Indies beat Pakistan by 19 runs. West Indies have all reasons to plow through this one to make a difference to their attempt to win the cup. England has no reason to worry though.

My lineup

Batsmen
Felicia Walters
Heather Knight
Chedean Nation
Tammy Beaumont
Fran Wilson

Bowlers
Katherine Brunt
Afy Fletcher
Anisa Mohammed

Wicket-Keeper
Merissa Aquilleira

All-Rounder
Nat Sciver
Stefanie Taylor  

I would also love Jenny Gunn on my team and Deandra Dottin too... Oh well. They are both all-rounders and I have two fantastic players in that category on my team.

Do you agree?

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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