September 23, 2022 By Vaseline

2nd ODI: New Zealand – West Indies, Women | Squads | Players to watch | play fantasy XI | live streaming

The second ODI of the three-game series between New Zealand and the West Indies will be played on September 22 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua. Game starts at 7pm IST.

2nd ODI: New Zealand – West Indies, Women |  Squads |  Players to watch |  play fantasy XI |  live streaming
2nd ODI: New Zealand – West Indies, Women | Squads | Players to watch | play fantasy XI | live streaming

New Zealand leads the series 1-0 after beating the West Indies in a five-run (D/L method) rain-related affair. First, West Indies hit 168/7 in 35 overs, riding Chinelle Henry’s 44. For New Zealand, Jess Kerr and Fran Jonas were the top bowlers, scalping two wickets each. In response, New Zealand scored 159/5 in 33 overs. Suzie Bates had the highest score of 51, while captain Hayley Matthews won three wickets for the West Indies.

head to head

New Zealand and West Indies have played 21 ODIs against each other, of which New Zealand has won 12, and West Indies has won eight, with one game not yielding a result.


New Zealand: Lauren Down, Maddy Green, Sophie Devine (c), Suzie Bates, Brooke Halliday, Georgia Plimmer, Hayley Jensen, Amelia Kerr, Isabella Gaze (wk), Eden Carson, Fran Jonas, Jess Kerr, Molly Penfold, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu

West Indies: Hayley Matthews (c), Aaliyah Alleyne, Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Shamilia Connell, Afy Fletcher, Cherry Ann Fraser, Shabika Gajnabi, Jannillea Glasgow, Sheneta Grimond, Chinelle Henry, Kyshona Knight, Natasha McLean, Chedean Nation, Karishma Ramharack, Shakera Selman, Stafanie Taylor, and Rashada Williams

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Franz Jonas:

The New Zealand left-arm spinner was one of the team’s most successful bowlers in the first ODI against the West Indies. She claimed 22/2 in seven overs, including two girls. She picked up key wickets from Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews. She was also the most economical bowler for New Zealand.

Suzie Bates:

The right-handed opening batsman from New Zealand led the pursuit from the front with a brilliant 51/65 in the first ODI against the West Indies. She’s broken six boundaries in her innings and sewed a crucial 54-run partnership with her opening partner and captain Sophie Devine. Bates recorded her 29th Half Century in ODI format.

Chinelle Henry:

The West Indian all-rounder made valuable contributions with bat and ball in the first ODI against New Zealand. She hammered 44 of 34, hitting five boundaries in the process. She came batting when her team struggled at 74/5. She took the attack to the opponent and played a powerful knock. With the ball, the right arm quickly opened the bowling with Shamilia Connell scoring 23/1 in three overs.

Hayley Matthews:

The West Indies captain was the bowlers’ choice in the first ODI against New Zealand. The right-arm off-spinner went 28/3 in seven overs, including two wickets in the 29th over. She bowled tight lines and lengths and kept opposing clubs at bay. Aside from her bowling, she is an attacking right-hander.


This will be the second game in the series at this location. More than 300 runs were scored in the last game. However, rain reduced the game to 35 overs a side. Although it was a difficult wicket to hit due to the overcast conditions, the bowlers had a good time receiving many buys from the wicket and conditions.


The weather is expected to be sunny and cloudy with a few showers and a thunderstorm. The maximum temperature reached during the day could be 31 degrees Celsius. There will be 65 percent cloud cover and an 88 percent chance of rain. The wind blows from east-southeast.

Fantasy Game XI

Rashada Williams, Kyshona Knight, Maddy Green, Suzie Bates, Amelia Kerr, Hayley Matthews, Chinelle Henry, Sophie Devine, Fran Jonas, Hayley Jensen, Jess Kerr

game details

date: September 22, 2022

time: 7 p.m. IST

Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

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