AU-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Predictions

AU-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Predictions, Match Preview, Team News & Playing 11

AU-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Predictions

ICC Women’s World Twenty20, 2018

Australia Women vs New Zealand Women, Group B, Match 10 | AU-W vs NZ-W WHO WILL WIN

The tenth match of the ongoing ICC Women’s World Twenty20 will see the Trans-Tasman rivalry as three-time champions Australia square off against the White Ferns’ as the latter aims to get their first win of the tournament.

Dominant Australia aim for yet another complete performance

Alyssa Healy smashed nine fours and a six in her scintillating knock
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Three-time Champions, Australia have been steamrolling oppositions for fun in the past few months. They came into this tournament on the back of a 3-0 shellacking of Pakistan Women in Malaysia and have continued their dominance over the Women in Green in their opening game with a comprehensive 52-run victory and then followed it with a nine-wicket mauling of minnows Ireland after their bowlers, spearheaded by Elysse Perry (2-12) restricted the Irish to 6-93 in 20 overs.

Australia looks a formidable unit with little to no chink in their armour. In Alyssa Healy (48 & 56), Beth Mooney and skipper Meg Lanning, they’ve got an enviable top-3 while the middle-order is spearheaded by experienced all-rounders in Ellyse Perry, Villani and Gardener.

Besides experience, the influx of talents like Sophie Molineux and Georgia Wareham have added flair and potency to their bowling attack making them the side to beat in the competition.

‘Harman-shocked’ White Ferns’ look to revive their fledgeling campaign

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They’ll face their Trans-Tasman rivals in the White Ferns, who will come into this game, hoping the shrug off the 34-run loss they’d suffered at the hands of India in the opening encounter. The White Ferns’ came in way of a rampaging Harmanpreet Kaur in the first game. The Indian captain scored a swashbuckling 51-ball-103 to take the wind out of the Kiwis attack and post an unfathomable 5-194 in 20 overs.

In reply, Suzie Bates, in her quintessential way, spearheaded the chase with a 50-ball-67 but losing wickets at regular intervals did not help New Zealand’s cause and despite late assault from Katey Martin (39), they fall short by 34 runs.

With India winning their second game against Pakistan, New Zealand will need to win all of their remaining three games by bug margins and also hope that India loses one of their remaining games. It wouldn’t be easy though as they come into this game after having suffered a 0-3 loss to their arch-rivals back in September.’

 

Match Details

Venue:- Providence Stadium, Guyana

Match Timing:- Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 05:30 AM IST

 

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Read on for AU-W vs NZ-W Team News & Playing 11

 

AU-W vs NZ-W Team News

  • There is no injury concern from booth camps as of now.
  • Australia will look to go with an unchanged line-up while New Zealand might make a few changes to bolster their bowling attack.

 

AU-W VS NZ-W Squad

Australia Women: 

Beth Mooney, Elyse Villani, Rachael Haynes, Ellyse Perry, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt, Alyssa Healy (wk), Tayla Vlaeminck, Nicole Bolton, Meg Lanning (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Delissa Kimmince, Nicola Carey

New Zealand Women: 

Anna Peterson, Jess Watkin, Leigh Kasperek, Maddy Green, Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Amy Satterthwaite(c), KE Ebrahim, Holly Huddleston, Hannah Rowe, Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Anna Peterson

AU-W vs NZ-W Playing 11

Here’s how both teams’ might line-up for tomorrow’s Trans-Tasman clash:-

Australia Women

Wicket-keeper – Alyssa Healy

Batswomen – Elyse Villani, Rachel Haynes, Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney

All-rounders – Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie MolineuxEllyse Perry

Bowlers – Georgia Wareham, Delissa Kimmince, Megan Schutt

 

New Zealand Women

Wicket-keeper – Katey Martin

Batswomen – Suzie Bates, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green

All-rounders – Jess Watkin, Anna Peterson, Sophie Devine

Bowlers – Leigh Kasperek, Amelia Kerr, Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu (D:- Holly Huddlestone, Kate Ebrahim)

 

AU-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Tips

Wicket-keeper – Alyssa Healy is in the form of her life. The Aussie wicket-keeper has started the World Twenty with scores of 48 & 56. She is a must in your Dream11 team.

Batswomen –Australia boasts of a formidable batting unit with the likes of Villani, Haynes, Mooney and skipper Lanning, all boasting of the ability to take the game away from the opposition. From New Zealand, you may opt for Suzie Bates (No.1 ranked T20I batswomen), who top-scored with 66 against India.

All-rounders – Ellyse Perry (6 wickets),  Sophie Devine (55 runs & 4 wickets) were outstanding in the recent T20I series Down Under while Ashleigh Gardner has been in good form in the lead-up to the World T20 and Sophie Molineux was the second highest wicket-taker (4 wickets) in the recent T20I series against the White Ferns.

Bowlers – Georgia Wareham and Meghan Scutt will spearhead Aussie bowling unit while Lea Tahuhu is safe from the White Ferns’. Tahuhu claimed two wickets in the tournament opener against India and emerged as the most economical bowler amidst the carnage courtesy Harmanpreet Kaur.

Captain/Vice-Captain Picks:- Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, Suzie Bates

 

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AU-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team

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