Who Will Win Today’s England Women vs Pakistan Women 3rd T20 2024?

In the third and final WT20I of the series, England Women will face Pakistan Women at Headingley, Leeds. With England already clinching the series, they aim for a clean sweep, while Pakistan looks to salvage pride.

Pitch Report

Headingley’s pitch traditionally offers some pace and assistance for bowlers. Batting first, a score of at least 140 will be needed to stay competitive.

Team Previews

England Women:

Team News:
England Women made a significant change ahead of the second WT20I, bringing back Nat Sciver-Brunt after a minor medical procedure, replacing Freya Kemp. Given their dominant performance in the second game, they are likely to retain the same XI.

Batting:
England’s aggressive batting was on display again in the second WT20I. Maia Bouchier set the tone with a quick 30, while Alice Capsey and Nat Sciver-Brunt added 31 each. Danni Wyatt, despite a quiet series, remains a key player who could produce a big score.

Bowling:
Sophie Ecclestone continues to be England’s standout bowler, proving difficult for Pakistan’s batters to handle. Sarah Glenn, with six wickets in the series, will also be a key player.

Form:
England Women are on a four-match WT20I winning streak and look to complete a 3-0 series victory.

Predicted Playing XI:

  1. Maia Bouchier
  2. Danni Wyatt
  3. Alice Capsey
  4. Nat Sciver-Brunt
  5. Heather Knight (c)
  6. Amy Jones (wk)
  7. Danielle Gibson
  8. Sophie Ecclestone
  9. Charlie Dean
  10. Sarah Glenn
  11. Lauren Bell

Pakistan Women:

Team News:
Pakistan Women have struggled, with heavy defeats in both prior games. They have shown some fight but have been outplayed overall. Changes to the lineup may be considered to bolster performance.

Batting:
Batting has been a significant issue, with only three players reaching double figures in the second WT20I. Sadaf Shamas, who impressed in the first game but failed in the second, will aim for a better contribution.

Bowling:
Sadia Iqbal has been Pakistan’s most reliable bowler, likely to benefit from the conditions at Headingley. Nida Dar, their captain, has shown individual brilliance and will look to lead by example.

Form:
Pakistan Women are on a three-match losing streak in WT20Is and need a significant improvement to avoid a whitewash.

Predicted Playing XI:

  1. Gull Feroza
  2. Sidra Ameen
  3. Sadaf Shamas
  4. Muneeba Ali (wk)
  5. Nida Dar (c)
  6. Natalia Pervaiz
  7. Fatima Sana
  8. Rameen Shamim
  9. Tuba Hassan
  10. Waheeda Akhtar
  11. Sadia Iqbal

Top Team Batsmen:

  • England: Maia Bouchier, Alice Capsey, Nat Sciver-Brunt
  • Pakistan: Sadaf Shamas, Muneeba Ali, Sidra Ameen

Top Team Bowlers:

  • England: Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Lauren Bell
  • Pakistan: Sadia Iqbal, Nida Dar, Fatima Sana

Live Streaming and TV Channels

TV Channels:

  • UK: Sky Sports
  • Pakistan: PTV Sports
  • India: Star Sports

Live Streaming:

  • UK: Sky Go
  • Pakistan: PTV Sports Live
  • India: Disney+ Hotstar

Betting Tips and Match Prediction

England Women to Win:
England Women have been dominant throughout the series, and with their current form, they are favorites to win again. Their aggressive style, combined with strong performances from key players, suggests they will complete the series sweep.

Prediction: England Women to beat Pakistan Women.

England Women have clearly been the superior team in this series. While Pakistan Women need a significant turnaround to secure a win, the form and confidence of England suggest they will continue their winning ways.

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