ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup: When is England’s next match? UK time, TV Coverage, Squads

England Women will continue their World Cup campaign on Tuesday when they take on the West Indies

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The World Cup has kicked off with some tantalising cricket rocking our screens already. In the opening match between New Zealand and West Indies, the West Indies secured a three wicket win and gave the Windies only their second victory over New Zealand’s women in WODI history.

The next fixture saw South Africa Women take a 32 run victory over Bangladesh and then outcame England in their first World Cup match against Australia.

Australia had just thrashed England in their Ashes ODI series 3-0 so it unfortunately came as little surprise that they once again had the edge over England and won their opening match.

However, the 12 run win was one of the most thrilling and exciting ODI matches to have taken place this year with stunning performances from both sides.

England’s Nat Sciver stole the show for her county taking two wickets and scoring a century as well.

Sciver celebrating her half century - she went on to score 109Sciver celebrating her half century - she went on to score 109
Sciver celebrating her half century - she went on to score 109

Heather Knight and Tamsin Beaumont settled an early shock as Launre Winfield-Hill went for a duck but a 40 by the captain along with 74 from the world’s top T20 batter brought hope back to the England fans and the show continued to exhilarate fans when Sciver knocked 109 from 85 balls.

Three wickets from Australia’s young spinner Alana King, which included a fabulous ball the late Shane Warne would have been proud of, along with two wickets each for Jess Jonassen and Tahlia McGrath meant Australia stole the win.

England will now face the West Indies, fresh off their win against New Zealand, but the performances shown by Heather Knight and her cricketers will put them in a fine position for a strong win.

Here is all you need to know about England’s next match in the ODI World Cup

When is England W v West Indies W?

The two sides will meet for their World Cup match Tuesday 8 March 2022.

What time is England W v West Indies W?

Kick off will be 10pm GMT on Tuesday evening.

Where is the match being played?

The two will play each other at the University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand.

The last time England played at the University Oval, they lost by seven wickets to this year’s hosts of the World Cup.

How to watch England W v West Indies W

All of the action is available to watch on Sky Sports Cricket and is also available to stream through SkyGo.

Subscription for Sky Sports starts at around £40/month.

Go to our article on How to Watch the Women’s World Cup to find out more on streaming and highlights.

Stafanie Taylor, West Indies CaptainStafanie Taylor, West Indies Captain
Stafanie Taylor, West Indies Captain

What is England and West Indies’ latest head-to-head record?

The last time these two sides met was as part of the ICC Women’s Championship 2017-2020 and England hosted a three match ODI series.

England won all three of the matches: the first match was won by 208 runs and the second two by DLS method by 121 runs and 135 runs respectively.

Who’s in the squad?

The details of each team have not been announced yet, but here are the squads for each time.

England: Heather Knight (captain), Nat Sciver (vice-captain), Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Freya Davies, Charlie Dean, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Tash Farrant, Amy Jones, Emma Lamb, Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Danni Wyatt.

West Indies: Stafanie Taylor (captain), Aaliyah Alleyne, Shemaine Campbelle, Shamilia Connell, Deandra Dottin, Afy Fletcher, Cherry Ann Fraser, Chenille Henry, Kycia Knight, Hayley Matthews, Anisa Mohammed, Chedean Nation, Karishma Ramharack, Shakera Selman, Rashada Williams

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