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| On Jun 8, 2021 10:00 AM IST

KEN-W vs NIG-W Dream11 Team Prediction Kwibuka Women’s T20, Player Stats, Pitch Report 8 June

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KEN-W vs NIG-W Dream11 Team Prediction: In the Match 5 of the Kwibuka Women’s T20 2021, the Kenya Women will be locking horns with the Nigeria Women at the Gahanga International Cricket Stadium in Rwanda on 8 June. Both the teams witnessed quite contrasting results in their opening games of the tournament. The Kenya Women had a fabulous start to their campaign as they registered an amazing 9-wicket win over Botswana Women in the first match. On the other hand, Nigeria Women suffered a convincing 8-wicket defeat at the hands of Namibia Women. However, it will be really crucial for both these teams to play with their best of abilities in this important match.


KEN-W vs NIG-W Dream11 Team Prediction

Fixture Name: Match 5, Kenya Women vs Nigeria Women

Competition: Kwibuka Women’s T20

Date: 8 June

Time: 1 PM IST

Ground: Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, Rwanda

Team Form Guide:
KEN-W (recent last): W W W W L
NIG-W (recent last): L L W W L

Brief score of the last result at the venue: Namibia Women 101/6 defeated Rwanda Women 58/8 by 43 runs in the 4th match of Kwibuka Women’s T20.

Pitch Report: The wicket at the Gahanga International Cricket Stadium improved to a great extent for the batters on the second day of the tournament. However, there was enough help for the bowlers and they should have a big say in this match as well. The team winning the toss should look to bowl first.

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KEN-W vs NIG-W Dream 11 Prediction

KEN-W Team News

Injury Update, Unavailability

  • There are no injury issues in the Kenya Women camp.

Expected Team Changes

  • They are likely to play the winning combination.
  • Margaret Ngoche will captain the team.
  • Sharon Juma will be the wicket-keeper.
  • Veronica Abuga, Queentor Abel and Margaret Ngoche will be their main batswomen.
  • Sarah Wetoto, Edith Waithaka and Lavendah Idambo will be their key bowlers.

KEN-W Playing 11 (likely)
Margaret Ngoche
Sharon Juma
Veronica Abuga
Lavendah Idambo
Esther Wachira
Edith Waithaka
Flavia Odhiambo
Jane Otieno
SarahWetoto
Melvin Idambo

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NIG-W Team News

Injury Update, Unavailability

  • There are no injury issues in the Nigeria Women camp.

Expected Team Changes

  • They are unlikely to make a lot of changes.
  • Samantha Agazuma will captain the team.
  • Abigail Igbobie will keep the wickets.
  • Samantha Agazuma, Abigail Igbobie and Blessing Etim will be their main batswomen.
  • Agatha Obulor, Mary Desmond and Rachael Samson will be their key bowlers.

NIG-W Playing 11 (likely)
Samantha Agazuma
Kehinde Abdulquadri
Abigail Igbobie
Blessing Etim
Mary Desmond
Agatha Obulor
Rachael Samson
Omonye Asika
Salome Sunday
Favour Eseigbe
Joy Efosa


Fantasy Cricket Tips, Captain & Differential Pick

Captain Options:

Sarah Wetoto: For the Kenya Women, Sarah Wetoto bowled a sensational match-winning spell against Botswana. Sarah picked up a brilliant five-wicket haul giving away just 12 runs in her four overs.

Queentor Abel: Kenya Women’s Queentor Abel played a crucial innings with the bat in the opening win. Queentor smashed an unbeaten knock of 35 runs off just 18 balls that included 6 fours.

Differential Pick:

Blessing Etim: For the Nigeria Women, Blessing Etim has been an excellent all-rounder. Etim has smashed 227 runs and also scalped 11 wickets. She will be keen to improve her performance in this game.


KEN-W vs NIG-W Dream11 Prediction

WICKET-KEEPERS: S Juma
BATSMEN: M Idambo, V Abuga, S Agazuma
ALL-ROUNDERS: S Wetoto, Q Abel, M Ngoche, B Etim
BOWLERS: J Efosa, E Waithaka, M Desmond

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Kuljyot Singh

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