New South Wales Women will play host to Victoria Women at Adelaide, looking to win their 2nd game in Women’s National Cricket League.
While their opponents will be aiming for a turn in their fortunes having lost the opening game by 18 runs against Australian Capital Territory Women.
But it’s easier said than done as New South Wales were almost perfect in their first game, barring some wayward bowling in the middle overs, and a bad start to the chase following opener Lisa Griffith’s golden duck. That’s why Victoria will have to be at their best if they are to win the next game.
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Adelaide Oval’s pitch has predominantly favored Batsman but since the re-development, a drop-in-pitch has been used for the matches. So there’s not much that can be said about the nature of the pitch but expect the Bat to rule over the Ball here.
NSW-W vs VCT-W Fantasy Team News:
New South Wales Women:
Here is NSW Breakers squad for the Women’s National Cricket League 2019-20 Round 1:
Lisa Griffith (C), Sarah Aley, Stella Campbell, Lauren Cheatle, Rene Farrell, Jodie Hicks, Saskia Horley, Phoebe Litchfield, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Lauren Smith, Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Trenaman, Tahlia Wilson
Team News – Victoria Women:
Here is Victoria’s squad for round 1:
Molly Strano (c), Tess Flintoff, Alana King, Courtney Neale, Kristen Beams, Makinley Blows, Elly Donald, Nicole Faltum, Rhiann O’Donnell, Chloe Rafferty, Annabel Sutherland, Elyse Villani, Amy Vine
NSW-W vs VCT-W Expected XIs
New South Wales Women-
Lisa Griffith, Tahlia Wilson, Rachel Trenaman, Phoebe Litchfield, Rene Farrell, Naomi Stalenberg, Lauren Cheatle, Sarah Aley, Lauren Smith, Saskia Horley, Hayley Silver-holmes
Elyse Villani, Makinley Blows, Annabel Sutherland, Alana King, Molly Strano, Nicole Faltum, Amy Vine, Tess Flintoff, Chloe Rafferty, Kristen Beams, Courtney Neale,
Lisa Griffith: Despite her failure in the last game, Lisa Griffith should be considered here, for she had a good pre-season and is in good touch.
Tahlia Wilson: The 21-year-old made her debut for New South Wales in the last game and looked cut-above than most of her teammates. Certainly a star for the future.
Rachel Trenaman: A very good option to have. She not only scored 23 runs in the middle but also chipped in with two precious wickets as well.
Rene Farrell: She is the first bowling change in the team. But her high battling position is the reason why she could be a game-changer in your team.
Molly Strano: The 26-year-old All Rounder carried her bat twice in the last 3 innings, also picking up one wicket in each of those innings.
Kristen Beams: Bowls a lot of dot balls. Got a wicket for herself in the last game. An option worth considering.
Elyse Villani: Should be confident ahead of this game, for her 41 runs innings was her best efforts in the last 7 innings.
Makinley Blows: The 21-year-old all-rounder can do damage with both the bat and the ball.
Dream 11 Teams: