AUS-W vs GR-W Dream11 Prediction: Austria- W face Germany-W in this game of the Women T20 Tournament. This is the second game of the 5 match T-20 series between the two European teams.
The first game turned out to be a very one sided affair particularly with Germany batting their opposition out of the game altogether scoring 165 in the first game only at the loss of 2 wickets.Christina Gough showed why she is such a highly rated player scoring 70.
Austria never got going and their batting display was horrendous to say the least with no one apart from Mae Zepeda even got into double figures. The extras were the second highest scorer with 27 runs and that reads a shambolic reading for this team. They would need to come back stronger in this game and create an impression for his government.
The pitch is expected to play well and run making is expected to be easy at this time of the year
Fixture name: Austria- W vs Germany-W
Competition/Tournament: Women T20 Tournament
Date: 13th August 2020
Ground/stadium : Seebarn Cricket Ground, Seebarn
In the previous game, German – W 165/2 in 20 overs beat Austria –W 83/10 in 19 overs.
AUS-W vs GR-W Dream11 Team Prediction
Austria- W Squad
Andrea-Mae Zepeda, Tugce Kazanci, Rezarta Avdylaj, Valentina Avdylaj, Priya Sabu, Harjivan Bhullar, Sylvia Kailath, Anisha Nookala, Albulena Avdylaj, Jo Antoinette Stiglitz, Soujanya Chamundaiah, Raphaela Trobinger, Ayse Atis, Derya Ortasulak, Harjot Dhaliwal and Busra UCA.
Austria- W Team News
Injury update, unavailability – None
Expected team changes – Some changes might be incoming for them particularly after the loss they suffered and a shoddy batting display.
Team combination – The team is expected to open with Harjivan Bhullar
Busra CA who will be expected to give her team a good start Priya Sabu, Andrea Mae Zepeda , Sylvia Kailath handle their middle order. Jo Antoinette Stiglitz. Rezarta Avdylaj and Harjot Dhaliwalare going to have the task of increasing the run rate in the later stages of the innings and Anisha Nookala
Tugce Kazanci, Valentina Avdylaj handling the bowling department.
AUS-W Playing 11
Andrea Mae Zepeda
Jo Antoinette Stiglitz
Anuradha Doddaballapur, Emma Bargna, Anne Bierwisch, Christina Gough, Suzanne McAnanama-Brereton, Antonia Meyenborg, Claire Pfalzner-Gibbon, Kainat Qureshi, Milena Beresford, Janet Ronalds, Sharanya Sadarangani, Lena Skatulla, Verena Stolle, Karthika Vijayaraghavan, Asmita Kohli.
Germany-W Team News
Injury update, unavailability – The team has a full squad available for them.
Expected team changes – They should not change a winning combination
Team combination – Janet Ronalds and Christina Gough handle the opening slot with Anuradha Doddaballapur, Sharaanya Sadarangani, Asmita Kohli and Verena Stolle handle the lower middle order and Anne Bierwisch Suzanne McAnanama-Brereton and Emma Bargna take care of the
GR-W Playing 11
Milena Beresford ,
AUS-W vs GR-W Dream11 Prediction Today Cricket Match
Wicket keepers :Sardarangni
Batsmen :Ronalds, Bierwisch Kailath
All rounders : Doddaballapur, Gough, Mae Zepeda
Bowlers :Bargna, Kohli, R Avdyylaj, V Avdyylaj
Christina Gough – She is a very capable batswoman and has the ability to hold fort and also accelerate when the need arises. She showed her prowess in the previous game when she scored 72 of only 62 balls. This included 9 gorgeous fours scoring at a strike rate of 116
Sharanya Sadarangani – She has been in the news lately for becoming the first indian to represent a European team. The 25 year old is a good option as she is a wicket keeper too.
Andrea-Mae Zepeda – She is a batter and can be the sheet anchor for her team. Her knock in the previous game was that of a lone ranger scoring 35 runs of 48 balls when her peers were falling like nine pins.
Anuradha Doddabalpur – She had an awesome first game and absolutely demolished the bowling with a 30 ball 40 which included 4 fours. She then came back with the ball to pick up a wicket as well
Who will win AUS-W vs GR-W Today Match Prediction
For Today Match Prediction, we are going to go with the Germany -W in this game because of their dominant display in the first game of the tournament.