As England seek to seal the series, Batting woes concern Heather Knight: If England wants to maintain an ODI winning streak with New Zealand in the penultimate game on Thursday. England is looking to quickly reverse the batting performance. In the third consecutive game, England to seal series was eliminated. And in their 50 games as New Zealand set a modest goal of 179 points to win. England seek to seal the series their third game in Leicester with three wickets. And in the game to maintain a 21-game winning streak against England remained in Derby and Canterbury stayed. In the first ODI in Bristol, only four British batsmen reached double figures. Including the best player of the game Heather Knight (Heather Knight) with 89 points and Katherine Brunts decisive No. 7 with 43 points.
In Worcester, Danni Wyatt replaced the sleeping Brunt with an undefeated 63. And in addition, 51 points with the 11th ranked Tash Farrant. His partnership saved the game, and the latter scored 22 points. The host’s ability to improve their game count to 49th. Leicester again relies heavily on Brunt, who after establishing a key partnership of 53 points and with the 10th-ranked Kate Cross, scored 40 points. Set a career-high, scoring 29 points. At 49.
Batting woes concern Heather Knight
“It wasn’t a game we deserved to win, to be honest,” Knight said. “Just short with the bat again. We showed real fight again, which is a great quality to have. Fight with the bat to get us up to something that we could try and defend and then fight with the ball to take it that deep.” He added.
“As a top-order, we were pretty disappointed in that dressing room not being able to put together a total. But we know the talent we’ve got in that batting line-up. We’re going to have to find a way to turn it around quickly.”
With the exception of the Knight innings in Bristol, the top players in this ODI series are struggling to switch starters, and the mid-level mob Nat Sciver who rests in Leicester has not fired Amy Jones and Sophia Dunkley.
People like Cross and Farrant have made valuable contributions, which is inspiring for England, but the worrying thing is that they have to do it. Knight said that their team postponed their trip to Leicester after the Worcester game and was investigating the threat, but said the interruption was minimal.
“It was just a case of an email had been sent that had to be looked into properly and I think it’s reassuring that was the case,” Knight said.