SV vs LL Dream11 Match Prediction Women’s Super League T20, Team News, Playing 11

Updated on: Aug 28, 2019 3:26 pm IST

  • SV VS LL Dream11

    SV vs LL Preview: 

    Southern Vipers and Loughborough Lightning will lock horns in the 30th fixture of Womens Cricket Super League 2019 at The Rose Bowl, Southampton.

    Southern Viper has a good chance to make it to the quarter-finals if they manage to win against Lightning. At present, Southern Vipers are lying at the third spot having won four out of 9 games.

    Meanwhile, Loughborough Lightning doesn’t need to worry much as they are already for the safer side with six wins in 9 games.

    Table topper Western Storm have clearly made it to the finals with their unbeaten run in the tournament so far.

    The clash between these two giants is expected to be mouthwatering. Don’t miss out!

    The match is set to begin at 11:00 PM IST.

    Match Details: 

    SV vs LL, 30th match, Womens Cricket Super League 2019

    The Rose Bowl, Southampton

    28th August 2019, 11:00 PM IST

    Head to Head (Last Five Games)

    Vipers 136/8 beats Lightning 135/5 – Women Cricket Super League 2019

    Vipers 172/6 lost to Lightning 174/7 – Women Cricket Super League 2018

    Vipers 105/10 lost to Lightning 109/4 – Women Cricket Super League 2018

    Vipers 180/2 beats Lightning 134/10 – Women Cricket Super League 2017

    Vipers 156/4 beats Lightning 97/10 – Women Cricket Super League 2016

    Pitch Report: 

    We haven’t witnessed not many high scoring games at this venue. Target near 150 is sufficient to defend. The last game at Rose Bowl saw 127 runs on the scoreboard and similar is expected to happen again.

    Venue Stat:

    Avg 1st inn score: 174
    Avg 2nd inn score: 147
    Highest Total: 248/6 (20 Ov) by AUS vs ENG
    Lowest Total: 79/10 (14.3 Ov) by AUS vs ENG
    Highest Chased: 144/2 (17.3 Ov) by ENG vs SL
    Lowest Defended: 163/10 (20 Ov) by SL vs ENG

    SV vs LL Team News: 

    South Vipers replaced Marie Kelly with Charlotte Dean in the previous game and bowling just one over, she conceded 11 runs.

    She is likely to be given one more chance, so Vipers would step up with the same playing 11.

    Loughborough Lightning seems to be in good form and they would stick to their winning combination for the clash against Southern Vipers.

    Hayley Matthews and Kathryn Bryce leave for their respective national duties

    Shabnim Ismail to replace Hayley Matthews in
    Loughborough Lightning squad for their remaining fixtures.

    Lightning was phenomenal with the ball and ball in their previous game.


    Loughborough Lightning:

    Kathryn Bryce, Sarah Glenn, Georgia Adams, Abigail Freeborn, Joanne Gardner, Georgia Elwiss (c), Jenny Gunn, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Chamari Athapaththu, Mignon du Preez, Hayley Matthews


    Georgia Elwiss (c), Jenny Gunn, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Chamari Athapaththu, Mignon du Preez, S Ismail, Higham, Sarah Glenn, Georgia Adams, Abigail Freeborn, Joanne Gardner

    Southern Vipers

    Tammy Beaumont (C), Dani Wyatt, Tash Farrant, Suzie Bates, Stafanie Taylor, Sophie Molineux, Charlie Dean, Maia Bouchier, Lauren Bell, Carla Rudd, Paige Scholfield, Thea Brookes, Marie Kelly, Issy Wong, Fi Morris.

    Playing 11:

    Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont (c & wk), Suzie Bates, Natasha Farrant, Amanda Wellington, Paige Scholfield, Thea Brookes, Marie Kelly, Maia Bouchier, Lauren Bell, Fi Morris

    SV vs LL Dream11 Fantasy Team: 

    Fantasy Players: 

    Southern Vipers: 

    D Wyatt – 362 runs – 8 innings – 45.25 average – 110 Highest Score

    T Beaumont – 169 runs – 8 innings – 14.14 average – 53 highest score

    N Farrant – 12 wickets – 7 innings – 6.08 economy – 3/18 best figure

    Loughborough Lightning

    M de Preez – 246 runs – 7 innings – 61.50 average – 70* highest score

    G Adams – 139 runs – 7 innings – 34.75 average – 50 highest score

    J Gunn – 8 wickets – 9 innings – 5.78 economy – 3/14 best figure

    S Glenn – 9 wickets – 9 innings – 6.11 economy – 3/25 best figure

    Replace H Mathews with S Ismail (Both teams)

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