Women working on their A game
TAUNTON – Twenty20 World Cup champions West Indies Women will look to turn the page on their ordinary form of the last three weeks when they meet Australia in their opening match of the ICC Women’s World Cup today.
The contest, which bowls off at 10:30 a.m. (5:30 a.m. East Caribbean time) will be a rematch of the World Twenty20 final in India last year when the Caribbean side dominated in style and a repeat of the 2013 World Cup final in which the Aussies got the upper hand.
West Indies will start as underdogs based on their form in recent weeks.
They lost both official warm-up games last week to Pakistan and South Africa, and prior to that, went down to England, Southern Vipers and India in other warm-up games. (CMC)
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