The West Indies women’s cricket team is on the brink of a third-straight series whitewash in Twenty20 Internationals after limping to a 44-run defeat to England in the fourth game of the five-match rubber on Monday, September 28, 2020.
The regional side was once again totally outplayed by their English counterparts as the West Indies, for the fourth straight time, failed to chase down England’s total.
England decided to take the first strike and posted their highest total of the series so far, registering 166 for six in their 20 overs. The West Indies were only able to limp to 122 for nine.
Last November, they suffered a 0-5 drubbing at the hands of India Women in the Caribbean to follow on from their 0-3 defeat to Australia Women two months earlier.
West Indies’ best period of the game came over the first 10 overs after England opted to bat, but then found themselves stalling at 54 for three at the half-way point.
Fast bowler Aaliyah Alleyne, the visitors’ best bowler with two for 25 from her four overs, claimed Danni Wyatt without scoring in the second over and Natalie Sciver for six in the fourth as England slipped to 22 for two.
The final game of the series is slated to be played tomorrow.