West Indies v Pakistan: Head-to-Head in Women’s ODI World Cup
We are down to the last week of the group stage as West Indies takes on Pakistan in Match Number 20 of 2022 Women’s World Cup on Monday, March 21, 6:30 AM Onwards.
While Pakistan is out of the playoffs after not being able to open their winning account yet, West Indies will be looking forward to keeping their playoff hopes alive and continuing with the great record they hold against Pakistan, having won 24 of the 33 ODIs they have played.
ODIs played between West Indies & Pakistan: 33 (3 in the World Cup)
West Indies: 24 (2 in the World Cup)
Pakistan: 9 (1 in the World Cup)
Below is a summary of their 3 previous ODI World Cup matches-:
2009 Women’s World Cup (March 14)
Pakistan women registered their 2nd win of the ODI World Cup. In fact, it was the last time Pakistan won a match in the ODI World Cup after an impressive spell of 3 wickets conceding 7 runs (4 maidens) in 7 overs from Almas Akram restricted West Indies to 132/9 and Pakistan won the match with 4 wickets, and 13 balls to spare.
2009 Women’s World Cup (March 21)
Competing for the 5th place of the 2009 World Cup, Shanel Daley’s all-round performance taking a 4-wicket haul giving away 29 runs (1 maiden) in her 10 overs with the ball before scoring 24 as a top-order batter gave West Indies 3 wickets win with 21 balls to spare in their chase of 132 runs.
2017 Women’s World Cup (July 11)
Deandra Dottin’s brilliant knock of unbeaten 104 off just 76 balls and skipper Stafanie Taylor’s 90 (107), took West Indies to a big total of 285/4 in their 50 overs before rain interrupted the play, and Pakistan was asked to chase a revised target of 137 in 24 overs (D/L Method) which they felt short of by 19 runs, giving West Indies a good win.
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