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Live Reporting

Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

  1. Your women's world T20 XI

    BBC Sport readers world women's T20 team
  2. Goodbye!

    That's us done for the day.

    We're asking you next to select your men's world ODI team.

    You can get on that here and the results will be revealed next week.

    In a bit!

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  3. And the rest...

    Suzie Bates (NZ) 25%

    Shabnim Ismail (SA) 21%

    Tammy Beaumont (Eng) 19%

    Dane van Niekerk (SA) 18%

    Amelia Kerr (NZ) 18%

    Shafali Verma (Ind) 16%

    Jess Jonassen (Aus) 16%

    Jemimah Rodrigues (Ind) 11%

    Lea Tahuhu (NZ) 8%

    Mignon du Preez (SA) 7%

    Chamari Atapattu (SL) 6%

    Lizelle Lee (SA) 4%

    Rachael Haynes (Aus) 4%

    Hayley Matthews (WI) 2%

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    Value loser: This XI may as well be void if there's no Sophie Devine. Better bat than any of the top 7. Especially Taylor who is striking at under 100 in the last three years... Move Perry to 6, and slot Devine at 4.

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    So, no Heather Knight, no Harmanpreet and no Sophie Devine or Suzie Bates?

    Big calls...

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  6. Those who just missed out...

    Deandra Dottin (WI) 38%

    Marizanne Kapp (SA) 35%

    Heather Knight (Eng) 33%

    Sophie Devine (NZ) 33%

    Harmanpreet Kaur (Ind) 33%

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    And that, folks, is your world T20 XI!

    BBC Sport readers world women's T20 team
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    Kate Cross

    England women's seamer

    Pure talent. A skill that she just repeats and repeats and keeps it very simple. Her height allows her to get bounce that other females don’t get too.

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    The world number one T20 bowler, it's no surprise Ecclestone featured in so many of your teams.

    She was England's joint leading wicket-taker at the recent World Cup, with eight, and she'll keep getting better and better.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner and World Cup winner

    Sophie uses her height - she's about six foot - to her advantage, and she gets bounce on the ball like no other. And she's only 21!

  11. 11. Sophie Ecclestone (73%)

    Sophie Ecclestone
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    And last but by no means least...

    (And if you hadn't included this player then we would have been having words...)

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    Kate Cross

    England women's seamer

    Meg is the type of bowler who has a specific skill and delivers it tirelessly. Her consistency has brought her success.

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    Megan Schutt was the first Australia women's player to take a T20 hat-trick when she struck against India in 2018.

    She finished the recent T20 World Cup as leading wicket-taker, with 13, and a superb 4-18 in the final to ensure a crushing win for Australia.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner and World Cup winner

    Schutt is, for my money, the best inswing bowler in the world. And she bowls a decent slower ball.

  16. 10. Megan Schutt (70%)

    Megan Schutt
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    At 10, you've gone for more pace...

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    Janet Hopper: So hard leaving out some excellent players. Might need to shuffle the order a bit.

    Janet Hopper's world women's T20 team
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    Kate Cross

    England women's seamer

    Her height is certainly her advantage. The pace she bowls makes it really difficult to generate any kind of power behind it. She's a really smart cricketer who uses her attributes to her advantage.

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    I love Poonam Yadav.

    She may be small - she's just a touch over five foot - but she completely bamboozles her opponents, notably Australia in the opening match of the World T20 in February.

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