Danni Wyatt aims to: add “a lot of more” England white-ball caps by her count of 200 after the lead role with An unbeaten 63 like them took a 2-0 lead in their ODI series against New Zealand.
wyatt, who was recalled to the squad after missing England’s series against India before in summer dug her side out of problems after they dropped to 146-9 in Sunday second ODI in Worcestershire.
the 30-year-old last-wicket partnership of 51 with Tash Farrant sent England to a total of 197 – which ended up being a winner score when they met 13 . triumphed runs under Duckworth-Lewis-Stern calculations.
After opening the batting for a lot of of her international white-ball career, Wyatt is now very much considered a middle class option and should line up in Which role again when the parties meet in Tuesday is the third of the five-match series, live on Sky Sports Cricket.
“It is a special feeling, but I try not too much over think,” Wyatt said. “I still feel free young and can’t believe I got 200 . played matches.
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“It feels like yesterday when I made mine debut. I feel very proud, I hope I have my family proud and there are many more come.
“That is not down for me but everything I want to do is to keep scoring runs when i am out there in the middle.
“I feel in good nick, i have changed technically a few things and it seems to be going well at the moment so hopefully it stays that way.
“I have spoken a lot with (batting coach) Jon Lewis and (head coach) Lisa Keightley over mine role in the team, which is now the middle one. It was real good to get some runs and show what can I do in die middle order.”
Despite Wyatt’s efforts with the bat, New Zealand still looked like on course to chase down the goal – even after that was revised by a rain delay die left they need 72 more from 18 overs.
But the White Ferns were foiled by the performance of spinner Charlie Dean, who finished with figures of 4-36 in only them second ODI appearance and ensured that England the series in Leicester on Tuesday.
“We kept our nerve. We just said ‘bowl straight and make it hard for their batters’ and Charlie Dean – what a legend!” added Wyatt.
“I’ve played with her a lot at Southern Vipers and she really deserved her chance with England. she has been bowling very well for Adders and in The Hundred too, so I’m very happy for her to get the four wickets and win the for us.
“Thanks to Deano and credit to (captain) Heather (Knight) for show faith in her. She fully supports her to take wickets for us and she sure did us all proud.”
Watch the third ODI between England and New Zealand, in Leicester, live from 12.30 pm on Tuesday on Sky Sports Cricket and the Sky Sports Cricket YouTube channel.
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