New Zealand Women vs England Women Betting Tips 20/03/2022

March 19, 2022
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New Zealand Women vs England Women: Host New Zealand Eye a Strong Show Against England

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Host New Zealand will face England in match 19 of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s World Cup 2022 at Eden Park, Auckland on Sunday. Read on as we preview this match. This fixture begins at 03:30 am IST local time. 

Both teams have competed in 78 matches in the 50-over format where England women have a slight edge with 49 wins compared to 36 Victories for New Zealand Women. One game has ended in a tie.

Defending Champions England finally managed to break their losing streak with a four-wicket win over India women. With this result, England moved to sixth place in the league table with net run-rate of

On the other hand, New Zealand women suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of South Africa. Captain Sophie Devine will be hoping to make significant improvements with the bat in this fixture.

Teams Status

England Women

Reigning Champions managed to register their first win of the competition. The team management will be hoping that players can deliver their best in this must-win game.

In their previous game, bowlers put in an excellent performance to dismiss India women for a paltry score of 134 runs in 36.2 overs. For England women, off-spinner Charlotte Dean was the pick of the bowlers and finished with figures of 4 for 23 in 8.2 overs. Pacer Anya Shrubsole also bowled well and claimed 2 for 20 in her six overs.

In pursuit of 135 runs, captain Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver delivered crucial scores to help the side cruise to a comfortable win. Heather Knight showed excellent form with the bat and finished the innings with the top-score of 53 runs off 72 balls, while Nat Sciver chipped in with 45 runs off 46 balls.

New Zealand Women

The home side will be looking to turn things around with the bat and ball against England women.

Opener Sophie Devine was the star performer with the bat for New Zealand women in the previous match. Due to splendid innings, New Zealand managed to post a modest total of 228 runs in 47.5 overs.

For New Zealand women, Leg-spinner Amelia Kerr was the standout bowler on display with figures of 3 for 50 in her full quota of overs. Pacer Frances Mackay also put in an excellent bowling performance with the new-ball and claimed 2 for 49 in 8.3 overs.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

Brand New Zealand Women England Women 1.98 1.83
PariPesa 1.88 1.96
22Bet 1.86 1.94
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Host New Zealand women will be favorites to win their game against England women. has England women priced at 1.83 and New Zealand women at 1.98. Paripesa has England women available for 1.96 and New Zealand women at 1.88. Lastly, 22Bet has England women priced at 1.94 and New Zealand women is priced at 1.86

Tipster’s Angle

Top Batsman- New Zealand women- Sophie [email protected]

Captain Sophie Devine showed excellent form with the bat and smashed 93 runs in the previous game played against South Africa women. She is expected to score over well 28.5 runs and top-score for New Zealand women. This odd has been sourced from DafaBet.

Top Bowler- England women- Sophie [email protected]

Left-arm orthodox spinner Sophie Ecclestone has shown decent for England woman so far in thuis ICC Women’s World Cup. Ecclestone picked one wicket against India women and is back to be top bowler for England women. This odds have been sourced from DafaBet.


Both teams are placed in the bottom half of the league table at the moment. With Heather Knight, Charlotte Dean and Natalie Sciver showing excellent form in the previous game, England women will be keen to deliver a clinical performance with bat and ball.

On the other hand, New Zealand women will have to bring their A-game to make a strong comeback against England women.

Therefore, the prediction is for New Zealand to edge past England women in a close game.

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