CAN-W vs AUS-W Dream11 Prediction FIBA Women’s World Cup Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks and Tips for Canada Women vs Australia Women
Updated on: Sep 26, 2022 2:11 am IST
CAN-W vs AUS-W Dream11: FIBA Women’s World Cup has been moving at a sonic pace and within a few days, we have reached closer to Quarter-Finals. In this tournament, we have seen some obvious results but then we have also seen the rise of Canada, a team that has set a high standard in their group. In this game, the Candian team is going to take on Australia.
Canada put another masterclass against Japan and won 70:56 as Bridget Carleton put up 17 points. On the other hand, Australia overwhelmed Serbia in a physical battle, winning 69:54 as sharpshooter Bec Allen inserted 16 points. Canada has already moved to the Quarter-Finals whereas Australia is close too, winning two out of three games.
Match Timing: 26 September, @ 04:00 PM (+05:30 UTC)
Venue: Sydney SuperDome, Sydney, Australia
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Canada’s defense has been incredible and they have shut down some of the favorites in the Group. The play of Kayla Alexander, especially on the rebounding end has been inspiring whereas different players have stepped up the scoring game, including Bridget Carleton and Nirra Fields. Shay Colley has been a consistent guard scorer and the physical duo of Alexander and Natalie Achonwa has been huge. The bench is bolstered by both Fields and the motivating play of Laeticia Amihere and Canada drives their game based upon their elite defense.
Australians have recovered from their opening night loss to France. The major reason for that has been their improved defensive play and the change of lineup whereas Tolo has played more minutes than a bit off-colour Magbebor. Bec Allen has been doing the heavy lifting on the offensive end whereas the team is full of versatile passers like Tolo, George, and Whitcomb. Still, the Aussies are known mostly for their grinding play but this game against Canada is going to be their litmus test.
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Australia Women Roster:
Australia Expected Starters
C: Marianna Tolo
F: Cayla George
SF: Steph Talbot
SG: Bec Allen
G: Sam Whitcomb
BENCH: Darcee Garbin, Ezi Magbebor, Tess Magden, Lauren Jackson, Kristy Wallace, Sara Blicavs, Anneli Maley.
Canada Women Roster:
Canada Expected Starters
C: Natalie Achonwa
F: Kayla Alexander
SF: Bridget Carleton
SG: Shay Colley
SG: Kia Nurse
BENCH: Aislinn Konig, Sami Hill, Nirra Fields, Laeticia Amihere, Mael Gilles, Philipinna Kyei, Taya Hanson.
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Kayla is an elite rebounder who has been halting opponents’ charge inside as well. I believe she will be in 8-14 points, 9-14 rebounds, and 1-3 blocks/steals range.
Bec Allen(AUS-W )
Allen’s scoring is driving Aussie effort lately and she will need to continue her quick scoring ways. I expect her to be in 11-17 points and 3-5 rebounds range. She can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 Prediction scenario.
Without Shay, Canada’s offensive balance would have been in disarray and she has revved it up defensively too. I expect a 10-14 points and 1-3 steals range here.
Cayla George(AUS-W )
Cayla’s offense has been inconsistent but her rebounding, playmaking and defense has been huge. I believe she will be in 6-10 points, 5-8 rebounds, 2-4 assists, and 1-3 steals/blocks range.
Carleton recovered from an awful shooting night and came up with a match-winning performance while giving her usual disciplined defense. I expect a 10-15 points and 4-6 rebounds range.
Samantha Whitcomb(AUS-W )
Whitcomb hasn’t been in her usual groove and committed 7 turnovers in the last game. I believe she will be in 8-12 points, 3-5 assists, and 3-5 rebounds range here.
Achnowa has been a big-time rebounder and has provided toughness inside, bolstering Canada’s effort. I expect a 6-10 points, 6-10 rebounds, and 1-2 steals/blocks range.
Steph Talbot(AUS-W )
Talbot can be counted upon as a defender while she can also provide strong rebounding and off-the-ball scoring. I expect her to be in 7-12 points and 4-6 rebounds range.
Nurse’s impact has been limited because of a long absence due to injury, still she is hustling around. I expect a 8-14 points and 3-5 rebounds range.
Marianna Tolo(AUS-W )
Marianna has earned starting minutes due to her amazing play as a scorer and playmaker. I expect her to be in 10-14 points and 3-6 assists range.
Nirra has had her moments on the offensive end and gives superb guard depth. I believe she will be in 10-15 points and 3-5 assists range.
Ezi Magbebor(AUS-W )
Ezi’s production has been below expectations and her confidence is a bit shake. I expect her to be in 6-10 points and 3-6 rebounds range.
Young Amihere has been a big factor off-the-bench, especially as a rebounder and defender. I expect her to be in 6-12 points, 4-7 rebounds, and 1-3 steals/blocks range.
Celeberated player Lauren who made a comeback at age 41 has struggled offensively but gives great memories for long-time Australian Women’s Basketball fans. I expect her to be in 4-7 points and 3-5 rebounds range.
Sara is a hustler who plays limited minutes.
CAN-W vs AUS-W Dream11 Lineup
Lineup will be updated once the contests open
Australia: Bec Allen, Steph Talbot, Cayla George, Marianna Tolo, Samantha Whitcomb
Canada: Kayla Alexander, Bridget Carleton, Nirra Fields, Natalie Achonwa, Laeticia Amihere.
Favorite SP Player: Kayla Alexander
Favorite PP Player: Bec Allen
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