The West Indies women’s leading batsmen Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin led the team to an impressive eight-wicket win against England in the Tri-Nation T20 final in Barbados last night. Chasing 115,The West Indies Women reached their total with more than three overs to spare as the duo put on 78 for the third wicket.
England and West Indies will now play three ODIs, starting October 29 in Port-of-
Spain. Stafanie Taylor will go into the one-day series as the top-ranked player across ICC women’s player rankings for ODIs. Taylor leads the batting, bowling and allrounder tables – the only player in the history of the game to top the batting and bowling rankings at the same time in Tests or ODIs. The rankings were updated after West
Indies’ recently concluded series against New Zealand.
England captain, Charlotte Edwards is also on the brink of an important landmark. Edwards has captained England in 98 ODIs and is likely to equal Belinda Clark’s record of 101 matches as captain in the three-match series.
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