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AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Match Prediction, AUS-W vs NZ-W ODI, 3 October

Aus-W vs NZ-W Dream11: After a closely fought T20 series, it’s time for some ODI cricket. Australia women and New Zealand women will lock horns with each other at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane. Australia took the T20 series by winning the first two ODIs but NZ bounced back strongly in the last T20 salvaging some pride which will also give them confidence in the ODIs. The star-studded Australian line-up was deterred by the absence of their premier all-rounder Ellyse Perry in the T20Is. Other senior players like Ashleigh Gardner, Megan Schutt and Alyssa Healy have proven their skills time and again. Not to forget the skipper Meg Lanning, who has been instrumental for Australia in the last few years.

On the other hand, New Zealand will look to turn the tide around after a match-winning performance in the last T20. They broke a 13-match winning streak against Australia and will look to continue their winning run. Having a variety of experienced players like Suzie Bates, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu and skipper Sophie Devine helps their cause. The young all-rounder Amelia Kerr proved her mettle in the last T20 with a stellar performance. New Zealand will have to perform as a unit to beat a strong Australian side in their own den.

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AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Teams Match Details

Fixture name: Australia women vs New Zealand women
Competition: New Zealand Women tour of Australia 2020
Date: 3 October 2020
Time: 5:40 AM IST
Ground: Allan Border Field, Brisbane
A brief score of the last result at the venue: NZ women 125/5 (19.3 overs) beat Aus women 123/7

AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction Team News, Playing 11

Australia seems to be suffering a bit more injury problems than New Zealand. They lost probably their most important player in Ellyse Perry when she tweaked her hamstring during training ahead of the T20I series against New Zealand. Medium-pacer Delissa Kimmince also picked up hamstring soreness during the final T20 to be ruled out of the start of ODI series. Belinda Vakarewa, Annabel Sutherland and Tahlia McGrath are the other seam-bowling options for Australia. New Zealand, by the way, look an injury free side and will look to play their strongest possible eleven. Pitch is expected to be on the slower side and the weather is expected to be partly cloudy, so the teams may look to bowl first as the pitch will assist the seamers early on. But their should be enough overs to complete a good game of cricket. A 10 AM start ensures that there will be no dew factor in AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 team.

AUS-W Playing 11
Alyssa Healy (wk)
Beth Mooney
Meg Lanning
Rachel Haynes
Ashleigh Gardner
Erin Burns
Annabel Sutherland
Jess Jonassen
Megan Schutt
Georgia Wareham
Molly Strano/Sophie Molineux

NZ-W Playing 11
Sophie Devine(C)
Maddy Green
Suzie Bates
Amy Satterthwaite
Hayley Jensen
Katie Martin(wk)
Amelia Kerr
Katie Perkins
Holly Huddleston
Jess Kerr
Lea Tahuhu

AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Expert Picks

Meg Lanning- The current world no.5 batter in the ICC ODI rankings is the rock of this Australian batting line-up. Coming in at No.3, the skipper is expected to anchor the innings and lead Australia to a winning total. Having an average of over 53 and a strike rate of almost 94, Lanning has proven to be a serious batting stalwart in the past few years. She has scored over 3600 runs in the 80 matches that she has played in her ODI career. In the absence of Ellyse Perry, she will have the responsibility to lead play the important role in the batting order.
Alyssa Healy-

The wicketkeeper-batsman has been exceptional in the limited-overs since her promotion to open the batting. She has not only scored consistently but at a high rate too. She is a big match player too as she showed in the T20 World Cup final held earlier this year by winning the player of the match award. She can be relied upon playing a quick knock in Aus-W vs NZ-W match prediction.
Megan Schutt- Megan Schutt is expected to lead the Australian bowling line-up. The world no. 3 looked a little rusty in the T20 series but is expected to perform well in the longer version. She has picked up 87 wickets in 59 games at an average of just 22. She is expected to play a bigger role in the absence of Ellyse Perry and Delissa Kimmince.
Suzie Bates- The New Zealand no. 3 is one of the most experienced batters in the side. She is a class player but has often struggled to make a big score in the last few games. This was evident in the T20I series too. The average of almost 43 at a strike rate of 80 proves that she has been the rock of this batting order over the years. Her experience and presence at the crease will be important if NZ have to challenge Australia in their own ground.
Sophie Devine- The NZ skipper is expected to play a big role at the top of the order. A decent average of 32 at a good strike rate proves that she has that talent give NZ a quick start at the top of the order. She will have to bear the responsibility to play out the new ball.
Amelia Kerr- Kerr proved her talent in the last game when she took NZ over the line in a tense finish. She has the highest individual women’s score in ODIs which she scored at the age of 17. The teenage sensation is expected to play a key role in the ODI series.

Differential picks

Beth Mooney- The opening batter is expected to play a key role at the top alongside Alyssa Healy. She was the player of the tournament in the T20 World Cup earlier this year. Along with Healy, she has been a regular opener for Australia over the years
Rachel Haynes- Haynes is expected to play at No.4 as she did in the T20I series too. In the absence of Elysse Perry she will shoulder the responsibility to handle the middle order alongside Meg Lanning.
Lea Tahuhu- This might be a surprise choice but Tahuhu has been the most experienced player in NZ bowling line-up. She has the experience of playing in Australian conditions and will be crucial with the new ball and at the death.

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