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Nat Sciver-Brunt to score most match fours
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England Women v South Africa Women preview
After barely breaking a sweat in Group One at the Women’s T20 World Cup, England face tournament hosts South Africa in the semi-finals and are strongly fancied to advance.
England are 1-4 to reach the final of the Women’s T20 World Cup for the fifth time in their history after topping Group One with four wins from four matches.
They looked comfortable in victories against West Indies, Ireland and India before taking things to the next level against Pakistan in their final group fixture, winning by 114 runs.
In that contest, England set the record for the highest total in Women’s T20 World Cup history, finishing on 213-5 despite underwhelming knocks from top-order batters Sophia Dunkley (two), Heather Knight (four) and Alice Capsey (six).
Their strength in depth is clear to see but one player has stood out above the rest for England in this tournament.
Nat Sciver-Brunt is in red-hot form, having been named player of the match in three of England’s four fixtures and scoring 176 runs at an average of 88.00.
In her four matches at this World Cup, Sciver-Brunt has scored 23 fours, including 12 against Pakistan last time out, and she looks a great bet at 3-1 to score the most match fours at Newlands Cricket Ground.
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