MAL-W vs CAN-W Dream11 Prediction FIBA Women’s World Cup Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks and Tips for Mali Women vs Canada Women

Updated on: Sep 27, 2022 2:26 am IST

  • MAL-W vs CAN-W Dream11

    MAL-W vs CAN-W Dream11: FIBA Women’s World Cup has already raeched the last stage of the Group Stage in what has been a rather fluid motion overall. Seven teams have qualified. From Group A, USA, China, and Belgium, the three favorites are through while the last spot is a knockout game between Puerto Rico and Korea. On the other hand, the slate is clear for Group B with Australia, France, Serbia, and Canada already having qualified. In this game, Canada will take on Mali.

    Mali is yet to win a game and although their play has improved a bit, they still remain vulnerable. They lost to Serbia 68:81 despite another double-double by Sika Kone. Meanwhile, Canada finally came to ground after losing to hosts Australia 72:75 despite a 17 points effort by Nirra Fields. This game is basically a dead-rubber but the Candian team will like to enter the Quarter-Finals with a blowout win in their cap.

    Neutral Venue
    Match Timing:
    27 September, @ 11:30 AM (+05:30 UTC)
    Venue: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, Australia

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    Mali has been one of the worst offensive teams in the tournament. Apart from Kone and Djbiaye, the team has been able to identify options that can score in double-figures. Their defense is strong and so is their rebounding but they lack shot-creators that can answer big runs of the oppositions. Still, this would have been a wonderful learning experiences for teenager Maimouna Haidara whereas the same goes for 20-year old Sika Kone. Thus, this young team can be a big-time threat in the coming time.

    Canada finally suffered a defeat against Australia but it was just by three points and they once again gave the opponents a lot of trouble. The team has identified different set of offensive players and they have built a deep scoring lineup. Nirra Fields has been amazing off the bench whereas Bridget Carleton is finding her stroke. With guards like Kia Nurse and Shay Colley, there is no shortage of shooters and the frontline of Achonwa, Alexander, and Amihere is a physical trioka.

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    France Women Roster:

    Expected France Starters
    C: Marieme Badiane
    PF: Alexia Chartereau
    SF: Gabby Williams
    SG: Marine Fauthoux
    PG: Sarah Michel

    BENCH: Lisa Berkani, Ana Tadic, Helena Ciak, Iliana Rupert, Mamingam Toure, Marie-Eve Paget, Kendra Cherry.

    Mali Women Roster:

    Mali Expected Starters
    C: Diana Balayera
    PF: Miamouna Haidara
    PF: Sika Kone
    F: Salimatou Kourouma
    PG: Touty Gandega

    BENCH: Kankou Coulibaly, Aminata Traore, Djeneba Sangare, Kamite Elisabeth Dabou, Alima Dembele, Meiya Tirera, Djeneba N’Diaye.

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    Sika Kone(MAL-W)
    Points: 13
    Rebounds: 11
    Assists: 00
    Blocks: 01
    Kone has been strong inside, both as a scorer and defender, and she has proven her mettle at the big stage. I expect her to be in 12-18 points and 9-14 rebounds range.

    Kayla Alexander(CAN-W)
    Points: 04
    Rebounds: 11
    Assists: 02
    Steals: 02
    Blocks: 01
    Kayla has been a prolific rebounder and help defender but her offensvie production has been down. I expect a 8-12 points, 9-13 rebounds, and 1-2 blocks/steals range. She can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 Prediction scenario.

    Djeneba N’Diaye(MAL-W)
    Points: 10
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 01
    Steals: 03
    N’Diaye has been struggling in the last two games but she has been effective as a scorer overall. I expect her to be in 9-14 points and 1-3 steals range.

    Nirra Fields(CAN-W)
    Points: 17
    Rebounds: 06
    Assists: 03
    Blocks: 01
    Steals: 01

    Nirra’s offensive game has been full of explosive play and she has continued to be Canada’s reliable guard scorer. I expect a 11-17 points, 3-6 rebounds, and 1-2 steals range.

    Maimouna Haidara(MAL-W)
    Points: 12
    Rebounds: 08
    Assists: 01
    18-year old Maimouna has showcased that she can become a loaded rebounding and scoring big Forward. I believe she will be in 8-12 points and 5-8 rebounds range.

    Bridget Carleton(CAN-W)
    Points: 16
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 00
    Steals: 02
    Wing Bridget has found her stroke, especially making tough mid-range faders off-the-dribble. and has continued to be a stellar defensive presence. I expect her to be in 14-18 points and 3-6 rebounds range.

    Alima Dembele(MAL-W)
    Points: 08
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 03
    Steals: 02
    Dembele has been a decent scorer at the off-guard position. I believe she will be in 6-10 points range here.

    Shay Colley(CAN-W)
    Points: 10
    Rebounds: 01
    Assists: 02
    Steals: 01
    Shay has been a consistent double-digit scorer for the team since the beginning of the tournament. I expect her to be in 11-16 points range here.

    Salimatou Kouruoma(MAL-W)
    Points: 08
    Rebounds: 06
    Assists: 01
    Salimatou has improved over the tournament both as a scorer and rebounder. I expect a 6-12 points and 4-7 rebounds range.

    Laeitcia Amihere(CAN-W)
    Points: 07
    Rebounds: 03
    Assists: 01
    Blocks: 03
    Steals: 02

    Amihere has been a huge catalyst on the defensive end for-the-bench while chipping in with great rebounding and inside scoring. I believe she will be in 6-10 points, 4-6 rebounds, and 1-3 steals.blocks range.

    Kankou Coulibaly(MAL-W)
    Points: 12
    Rebounds: 01
    Assists: 01
    Kankout has had a couple of solid scoring nights. I expect a 10-14 points range here.

    Kia Nurse(CAN-W)
    Points: 11
    Rebounds: 03
    Assists: 01
    Steals: 01
    Nurse’s production is a bit down because of an absence from injury and also due to much more balanced Canadian team. I expect her to be in 9-15 points and 3-5 rebounds range.

    Diana Balayera(MAL-W)
    Points: 02
    Rebounds: 02
    Assists: 02
    Diana has been a decent presence as the starting Center. I expect a 3-6 points and 3-5 rebounds range here.

    Natalie Achonwa(CAN-W)
    Points: 04
    Rebounds: 06
    Assists: 02
    Steals: 01
    Natalie provides grit and grind inside. I expect her to be in 4-8 points and 5-8 rebounds range here.

    Kankou Coulibaly(MAL-W)
    Points: 05
    Rebounds: 03
    Assists: 00
    Coulibaly has been posting almost similar numbers.

    MAL-W vs CAN-W Dream11 Lineup

    PG: B Carleton
    SG: N Fields, D Ndiaye
    SF:  S Kourouma
    PF: S Kone(SP), M Haidara
    C:   K Alexander(PP), K Coulibaly

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