West Indies Women vs South Africa Women Betting Tips 23/03/2022

March 23, 2022
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West Indies Women vs South Africa Women: Windies Aim to Seal Their Place in the Semifinals

Ghostwriter, Senior Author

South Africa will face West Indies in match 23 of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s World Cup 2022 at the Basin Reserve, Wellington on Wednesday. Read on as we preview this match. This fixture begins at 03:30 am IST local time. 

Both teams have competed in 32 matches in the 50-over format where South Africa women have a slight edge with 16 wins compared to 10 victories for Girls in Maroon. Three matches have ended in a tie. Three matches have ended in a no result.

South Africa suffered defeat at the hands of Australia in a game played at Wellington. Captain Sune Luus will be hoping that the side can learn from their mistakes and deliver a clinical performance against West Indies women.

On the other hand, West Indies women suffered a comprehensive defeat at the hands of Pakistan women. With this result, West Indies women are lying at fourth position with a net run-rate of -0.885.

Teams Status

West Indies

West Indies women have suffered from inconsistency so far in this World Cup. With three defeats and three victories to their name, the Girls in Maroon will be keen to seal their place in the semifinals of the competition.

In their previous game, West Indies women delivered an abject batting performance against Pakistan women.

Opener Hayley Matthews will be keen to get back amongst the runs after registering low scores in the previous matches. Experienced captain Stafanie Taylor has failed to contribute with the bat for West Indies women in this year’s World Cup.

In the previous match, Afy Fletcher and Shakera Selman bowled well and claimed one wicket apiece in a losing cause.

South Africa

South Africa women suffered their first defeat of the World Cup competition against Australia. The team management will be hoping that the side can get back to winning ways against West Indies women.

Opener Laura Wolvaardt and captain Sune Luus notched up a splendid half-centuries to help South Africa women post a score of 271 runs in their allotted 50 overs.

For South Africa women, Shabnim Ismail was the pick of the bowlers and finished with figures of 2 for 33 in her seven overs. Besides Ismail, Chloe Tyron bowled well and picked up two wickets.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

Brand West Indies Women South Africa Women
Sportsbet.io 3.10 1.38
PariPesa 3.3 1.352
22Bet 3.26 1.34
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Based on current form, South Africa women will be favourites to win their game against West Indies women. Sportsbet.io has South Africa women priced at 1.38 and West Indies women at 3.10. Paripesa has South Africa women available for 1.352 and West Indies women at 3.3. Lastly, 22Bet has South Africa women priced at 1.34 and West Indies women is priced at 3.26.

Tipster’s Angle

Top Batsman- South Africa women- Laura Wolvaardt @2.72

Opener Laura Wolvaardt has shown sensational form with the bat for South Africa women. She has notched up four consecutive half-centuries in the competition. She is expected to score over 33.5 runs and top-score for South Africa women. This oddity has been sourced from DafaBet.

Top Batsman- West Indies women- Deandra [email protected]

Swashbuckling opener Deandra Dottin has failed to make an impact for West Indies women in the previous two matches. Given his match-winning abilities with the bat, she is back to be top bowler for West Indies women. These odds have been sourced from DafaBet.


South Africa women will fancy their chances of beating an inconsistent unit like West Indies women. With Laura Wolvaardt and Sune Luus showing excellent form in the previous game, Proteas women will be keen to dominate the proceedings against West Indies women.

On the other hand, West Indies women will have to play their best cricket to upstage South Africa women

Therefore, the prediction is for South Africa women to register a comfortable win over West Indies women.

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