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PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 Match Prediction | 3rd T20I | Team News

PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 Match Preview

Pakistan Women vs England Women Dream11: Pakistan women's disappointing tour is finally coming to an end. It is time for the third and final T20I which will be played at the Kinrara Academy Oval in Kuala Lumpur.
The story of the tour so far has been a sheer disappointment for Pakistan women. They were completely blanked in the ODIs and are left reeling in the T20I series as well.
As far as the English women are concerned, they would be eyeing yet another clean-sweep and claim their hands on the trophy with precision.
Here, we have come up with T20 Match prediction, team news, possible playing elevens and fantasy picks for PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 prediction, today match prediction.

Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur, 20th December at 07:30 AM IST

Last result at this venue

Nov 13, 2019: England Women 185/5 (20 Overs) defeated Pakistan Women 101/9 (20 Overs) by 84 runs.

Head to Head (Last 5 games)

Pakistan Women won: 00
England Women won: 05
No result: 00

PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 Team News

England Women News
With the series already in their pocket, the English women would be looking to give some game time to their benched players.
Injuries: No injury concerns
Possible changes:
Kirstie Gordon could come in for Katherine Brunt, whereas, Lauren Winfield might replace Fran Wilson in the eleven.
England Women Playing 11- (Expected).
Natalie Sciver, Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight, Amy Ellen Jones, Sarah Glenn, Fran Wilson/Lauren Winfield, Freya Davies, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt/Kirstie Gordon, Mady Villiers, Sophie Ecclestone

Pakistan Women News
They played with the same eleven in the last two games. However, with this being the last match of the tour, changes are definitely expected.
Injury: No injury concerns.
Possible Changes: Rameen Shamim could replace Diana Baig in the eleven as the latter has failed to pick up a single wicket from two games.
In the batting unit. Omaima Sohail could lose her place to Ayesha Zafar.
Pakistan Women Playing 11- (Expected)
Bismah Maroof, Omaima Sohail, Javeria Khan, Aliya Riaz, Iram Javed, Sidra Nawaz, Anam Amin, Diana Baig/Rameen Shamim, Nahida Khan, Nida Dar, Syeda Aroob Shah

PK-W vs EN-W Today match prediction Squads

PK-W Squad
Bismah Maroof (c), Fatima Sana, Nashra Sandhu, Nida Dar, Javeria Khan, Kaynat Hafeez, Anam Amin, Nahida Khan, Sidra Nawaz, Sidra Amin, Aroob Shah, Diana Baig, Omaima Sohail, Rameen Shamim, Aliya Riaz.

EN-W Squad
Heather Knight (c), Fran Wilson, Amy Jones (wk), Freya Davies, Lauren Winfield, Anya Shrubsole, Nat Sciver, Sophie Ecclestone, Katherine Brunt, Kirstie Gordon, Tammy Beaumont, Danni Wyatt, Sarah Glenn, Kate Cross, Mady Villiers.

PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from England Women-

Players to watch-out:
Tammy Beaumont: 1178 runs from 60 innings at a strike rate of 106.70 in T20s.
Danielle Wyatt: 1470 runs from 79 innings in T20s at a strike rate of 124.89.
Natalie Sciver: 1133 runs from 64 innings in T20s at a strike-rate of 111.07 and 51 wickets.
Sophie Ecclestone: 36 wickets from 25 T20 matches.

Players to avoid:
Fran Wilson, Freya Davis

Fantasy Picks from Pakistan Women-

Players to watch-out:
Bismah Maroof: 2166 runs from 99 innings in T20s at a strike rate of 92.84 and 36 wickets.
Javeria Khan: 1687 runs from 91 innings at a strike-rate of 92.13 in T20s.
Aliya Riaz: 370 runs from 32 innings in T20s and 15 wickets.

Players to avoid:
S Aroob Shah

Who will Win Today Match: We are backing England Women to win this contest.

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teams which we have provided here of PK-W vs EN-W Dream11 are to the best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.