IND W vs ENG W: Daniel Wait scored more runs in T20 series, Natalie Seaver took more wickets

The England women’s team defeated India by 8 wickets in the last match of the three-match T20I series. With this win, the English team also won the T20 series 2-1. On behalf of the team, Daniel Wait contributed to the victory by batting an unbeaten 89 and unbeaten innings. At the same time, Natalie Seaver also played a major 42-run innings. After winning the toss, India batted first and scored 153 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Smriti Mandana scored 70 while batting superbly. England were bowled out for 154 in 18.4 overs for the loss of just 2 wickets. Take a look at which batsmen have scored the most runs and which bowler has taken the most wickets in this powerful series.

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Daniel Wait, who scored an impressive 89 runs in the third T20, has scored the most runs in this T20 series. He has averaged 61.50 in 3 games and has hit 123 runs at a strike rate of 138.20. India’s star batsman Smriti Mandana is second on the list. In the 3-match series, the opener scored a strike rate of 141.67 and scored 119. Natalie Seaver has been a huge influence on the series. Natalie scored 98 in 3 games and had a strike rate of 153.12.

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At the same time, Natalie Seaver’s magic also worked in bowling and she took 3 wickets in 3 matches. Natalie proved to be quite economical and getting wickets. Poonam Yadav was the second highest wicket taker in the series, taking three wickets. In the T20 series, Sophia Ecclestone and Shikha Pandey took three wickets each. Earlier, England had beaten India 2-1 in a one-day series.

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