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AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- Women’s Ashes, 2022

AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, and Injury Update of 1st T20I match of Women’s Ashes, 2022.

AU-W vs EN-W Women’s Ashes 1st T20I Match Preview:

Australia Women and England Women will lock horns in the first game of a three-match T20I series of Women’s Ashes, 2022 on Thursday at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.

The much-awaited Women’s Ashes series kicks off on January 20. The multi-format series starts with a T20I series, with the first game to be played at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide. Australian Women are the current holders of the urn and will be eager to retain it at the end of the series.

Australia Women will be led by Meg Lanning. Experienced players Rachael Haynes, Ellyse Perry and Jess Jonassen will play a vital role in the series. They have suffered a major blow ahead of the series, with Beth Mooney being injured during the training session and will miss out on a few matches. The onus will be on Alyssa Healy to get them off to a flying start.

Megan Schutt is back in the side after missing out on the India series and she will be looking forward to contributing to the team’s success. The Aussies have got a good squad and will certainly be full of confidence after their recent series win over India.

England Women, on the other hand, have failed to regain the Ashes at home and will be touring Down Under in hopes of regaining the urn. Heather Knight will continue to lead the side and she will be hoping her teammates stand up in crunch situations.

Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver and Tammy Beaumont form a formidable batting lineup. Katherine Brunt and Anya Shrubsole will lead the pace bowling attack, with Sophie Ecclestone taking up spin duties.

AU-W vs EN-W Women’s Ashes 1st T20I Match Details:

1st T20I AU-W vs EN-W  T20I Series, 2022

Venue: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Date & Time: 20th Jan, at 01:40 PM IST

Live Score:  Cricketaddictor

AU-W vs EN-W Women’s Ashes 1st T20I Match Pitch Report:

The Adelaide Oval track is a balanced one where application will be key. Both batters and bowlers can be successful if they apply themselves in an effective manner.

AU-W vs EN-W Women’s Ashes 1st T20I Match Probable Playing XIs:

AU-W: Alyssa Healy (wk), Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Tahila McGrath, Nicola Carey, Jess Jonassen, Tayla Vlaeminck, Hannah Darlington, Megan Schutt

EN-W: Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight (c), Amy Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Anya Shrubsole, Kate Cross

Top Picks for AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

AU-W

Ellyse Perry had a very good WBBL season where she notched 358 runs and scalped 5 wickets. She had a top score of 50 and a BBI of 2/9.

Meg Lanning scored 84 runs at an average of 21 in T20Is last year. It was not great by her high standards, but she did end the WBBL with a half century against the Strikers.

Alyssa Healy is a destructive opening wicket keeper batter who can blast at the top of the order. She was impressive in WBBL, where she scored 231 runs at a strike rate of 115.50.

Ashleigh Gardner had scored 78 runs at an average of 26 and she also took 4 wickets in T20Is last year at a strike rate of 18. She is a solid budget option here at 8.5 credits for the team.

Jess Jonassen was in superb form in the WBBL and was the second highest wicket taker in the tournament with 21 wickets at an economy of 6.49. She also chips in with the bat and costs just 8.5 credits for the team.

EN-W

Heather Knight has notched 123 runs at an average of 24.60 in T20Is last year and can contribute with the ball as well. She struck a half century in one of the warm-up matches here as well.

Natalie Sciver was impressive with both bat and ball in 2021 for England. She accumulated 153 runs at a strike rate of 118.60 in T20Is and scalped 10 wickets at an economy of 6.51.

Danielle Wyatt scored 252 runs at a strike rate of 133.33 in T20Is last year and was their second leading scorer. She had a top score of 89.

Anya Shrubsole has taken 102 wickets in 79 matches at an economy of 5.95 in T20Is. She is a good budget bowling option here at 8.5 credits for the team.

AU-W vs EN-W Must Pick for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11 Points
Alyssa Healy 20 runs 14, 10, 33, 15
Ellyse Perry 12 runs + 1 wicket 40, 31, 4, 6, 12
Meg Lanning  56 runs 36, 43, 21, 36
Heather Knight 122 runs 69, 95, 2, 66, 2
Natalie Sciver 63 runs + 4 wickets 50, 109, 49, 13, 31
Danielle Wyat 176 runs 7, 119, 21, 47, 55

AU-W vs EN-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Heather Knight, Danielle Wyatt

Vice-Captain – Ellyse Perry, Natalie Sciver

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Alyssa Healy

Batsmen- Meg Lanning, Danielle Wyatt, Rachael Haynes

All-Rounders- Ellyse Perry (VC), Heather Knight (C), Natalie Sciver, Ashleigh Gardner

Bowlers- Jess Jonassen, Sophie Ecclestone, Anya Shrubsole

AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Women's Ashes, 2022
AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Alyssa Healy, Tammy Beaumont

Batsmen- Meg Lanning, Rachael Haynes, Danielle Wyatt (C)

All-Rounders- Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver (VC)

Bowlers- Jess Jonassen, Tayla Vlaeminck, Kate Cross

AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Women's Ashes, 2022
AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Prediction

AU-W vs EN-W Women’s Ashes 1st T20I Match Probable Winner:

England Women is expected to win this match.

Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

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EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021

England Women vs New Zealand Women Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report, and Injury Update of 4th ODI match.

EN-W vs NZ-W 4th ODI Match Preview:

On Thursday, England Women will lock horns with New Zealand Women in the 4th ODI Match at County Ground, Derby.

The New Zealand Women will kick start their England tour comprising three T20Is and five ODIs with the first T20 at the County Ground in Chelmsford on Wednesday, September 1.

Lea Tahuhu came up with a brilliant allround effort to keep the series alive as New Zealand Women picked up a narrow three-wicket win over England in the third ODI in Leicester on Tuesday (September 21). Tahuhu first wrecked the England batting line-up with a five-wicket haul, her first in international cricket, before contributing with the bat at a crucial juncture to complete the win.

New Zealand made the ideal start with the ball after winning the toss as Tahuhu struck in just the third over to trap Tammy Beaumont leg-before-wicket. Lauren Winfield-Hill was sent back in similar fashion by the same bowler in her very next over and Tahuhu made it three in three when Heather Knight was sent packing for 1. England, struggling at 20/3, quickly found themselves four down when Tahuhu struck again by breaching Sophie Dunkley’s defence.

The procession continued for the home side as they kept losing regular wickets. Tahuhu, who had already picked the first four wickets to fall, completed her five-wicket haul when she removed the seventh England batter on the day to leave the hosts at 78/7. Even though it appeared that the home side would stutter to reach three figures, they were rescued by their tail. Katherine Brunt and Kate Cross put up a defiant 53 for the ninth wicket and the 10th wicket pair added a further 24 runs to drag England to a fighting 178.

Brunt, oozing in confidence following her unbeaten 49 with the bat, made some early breakthroughs just like Tahuhu had done earlier in the day. Suzie Bates had an off colour day falling for just 5 off 19 deliveries and Lauren Down followed her back to the pavilion in the seventh over. However, New Zealand managed to regain control following an excellent third wicket partnership that saw Maddy Green and Amy Satterthwaite add 72 runs.

Even though they lost two wickets in quick succession post that partnership, New Zealand were on course to complete the win after another fruitful stand involving Green and Brooke Halliday. With just 33 needed at one stage, New Zealand made the task hard for themselves despite having six wickets in hand. Halliday and Katey Martin fell in consecutive overs and Brunt returned to pick up her fourth wicket to cause jitters in the New Zealand camp. Tahuhu then came to her side’s rescue once again as she smashed two fours and a six in the 46th over to dash England’s hopes with Green remaining unbeaten on 70 at the other end.

EN-W vs NZ-W 4th ODI Match Details:

Venue: County Ground, Derby

Date & Time: 23rd Sep, at 05:30 PM IST

Live Score:  Cricketaddictor

EN-W vs NZ-W 4th ODI Match Pitch Report:

The pitch at New Road ground in Worcester is bowling-friendly. There is enough seam movement off the surface and the overcast conditions will favor seam bowlers from both sides. The teams bowling first have won five out of the six matches played here. Expect the team winning the toss to chase at this venue.

EN-W vs NZ-W 4th ODI Match Probable Playing XIs:

EN-W: Lauren Winfield Hill, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight (c), Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Danielle Wyatt, Katherine Brunt, Charlotte Dean, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Natasha Farrant

NZ-W: Suzie Bates, Lauren Down, Maddy Green, Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Devine (c), Brooke Halliday, Katey Martin (wk), Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Leigh Kasperek, Molly Penfold

Top Picks for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

England Women

Katherine Brunt saved England Women from the early collapse in the third ODI. She batted well for her unbeaten 49 runs and was quite extraordinary with the ball as well, as she picked up 4 wickets at an economy of 2.2.

Despite her failure in the third ODI, Heather Knight is still the joint-highest run-scorer in this series with 113 runs in 3 matches at an average of 37.66, with the highest score of 89.

Danielle Wyatt was the player of the match in the second ODI for her unbeaten 63 runs. Her knock helped England put up a respectable total on the board.

Tammy Beaumont smashed 44 runs in the first outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again in this encounter. She can make a healthy impact once again in this match.

Natalie Sciver will be a good captaincy option in this match as she will have multiple opportunities to pile up points from both departments. This year in ODI format, She has scored 238 runs at an average of 59.50 while also taken 7 wickets in 7 matches. She is coming off 2 scalps from her opening outing and one in the next match and will be aiming to stack handy points once again. She will be a valuable asset to the team.

Sophie Ecclestone is coming off 2 scalps from her previous outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again. She will be a valuable asset to the team.

Kate Cross has grabbed 5 wickets in this series so far. She will be an excellent budget pick choice to consider for this game.

Charlotte Dean scalped 1 wicket  haul in the 3rd match to make her total tally to 6 in this series.

New Zealand Women

Suzie Bates is a veteran all-rounder in the New Zealand Women team, the top-order batswoman has scored 4548 runs at an average of 42.5 while also picked 75 wickets in her 125 ODI matches Career.

Sophie Devine will be another reliable captaincy pick in this match as she will have multiple opportunities to pile up points from both departments. So far, she has scored 65 runs, while also picking up 4 wickets in this tournament.

Leigh Kasperek has scalped 5 wickets in the series so far. She will be aiming for another successful outing here. She will be a key inclusion to fantasy squads.

Amy Satterthwaite has scored 113 runs in the ODI series so far. In the last ODI, she scored 33 runs. Satterthwaite can be another good pick for the match.

Jess Kerr will be an important choice for this match considering her skills to net crucial scalps. He grabbed 3 wickets, giving away 42 runs in the previous match. She will be a key inclusion to fantasy squads.

Maddy Green’s responsible innings of unbeaten 70 runs from 106 deliveries in the third ODI helped New Zealand Women to secure their first victory in this series. In 3 matches so far, she has scored 98 runs at an average of 49.

Lea Tahuhu picked up her maiden 5-wicket haul in the third ODI. She returned with the figures of 5/37 and played a crucial knock of 19* runs from 15 deliveries. Overall in this series, she has picked up 8 wickets and has scored 48 runs with the bat.

Katey Martin will be a decent budget pick choice to consider for this game. She will be a key inclusion to fantasy squads.

Hannah Rowe has scalped 4 wickets in this series so far.

 EN-W vs NZ-W Must Pick for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11 Points
Heather Knight 169 runs + 1 wicket 21, 95, 121, 33, 11
Kate Cross 51 runs + 11 wickets 157, 48, 60, 88, 43
Katherine Brunt 131 runs + 7 wickets 56, 48, 10, 105, 197
Sophie Devine 86 runs + 6 wickets 16, 83, 99, 94, 15
Amy Satterthwaite 139 runs + 1 wicket 52, 25, 103, 13, 42
Lea Tahuhu 70 runs + 10 wickets 3, 80, 104, 33, 199

EN-W vs NZ-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Katherine Brunt, Sophie Devine

Vice-Captain –  Amy Satterthwaite, Heather Knight

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Amy Jones

Batsmen-   Danielle Wyatt, Lauren Winfield, Maddy Green

All-Rounders-  Heather Knight, Sophie Devine, Amy Satterthwaite(vc), Katherine Brunt(c)

Bowlers-  Leigh Kasperek, Kate Cross, Lea Tahuhu

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EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Amy Jones

Batsmen-   Danielle Wyatt, Lauren Winfield, Maddy Green, Tammy Beaumont

All-Rounders-  Heather Knight(vc), Sophie Devine(c), Katherine Brunt

Bowlers-  Leigh Kasperek, Kate Cross, Lea Tahuhu

EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

EN-W vs NZ-W 4th ODI Match Probable Winner:

England Women is expected to win this match.

Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

 

England Women's Cricket Team
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EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021

England Women vs New Zealand Women Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report, and Injury Update of 2nd ODI match.

EN-W vs NZ-W 2nd ODI Match Preview:

On Sunday, England Women will lock horns with New Zealand Women in the 2nd ODI Match at New Road, Worcester.

The New Zealand Women will kick start their England tour comprising three T20Is and five ODIs with the first T20 at the County Ground in Chelmsford on Wednesday, September 1.

The hosts lead the series 1-0 and the White Ferns will be looking to bounce back in the second game.

The first game saw England defeat New Zealand by 30 runs. After being put in to bat, England had a good start with Beaumont and Winfield Hill starting cautiously. Skipper Heather Knight walked in at No. 3 and played an outstanding knock as she stood tall against the Kiwi bowlers.

The middle-order batters failed but Katherine Brunt played a crucial hand lower down the order. Knight departed on 89 and Brunt on 43, helping them put up 241 on the board. The bowlers then stepped up to knock over New Zealand for 211. The wickets were spread among the bowlers as they took an early lead in the series.

New Zealand, on the other hand, need to quickly bounce back. The bowlers did a good job of restricting the English team to 231. Jess Kerr starred with the ball, picking up three wickets. There weren’t any healthy contributions from the batters apart from Amy Satterthwaite.

She tried her level-best and remained unbeaten on 79 but lacked support from the other end as the team fell short by 30 runs. The batters need to step up and back up their bowlers to level the series in the next game. Sophie Devine will be hoping for a much-improved performance from her side.

EN-W vs NZ-W 2nd ODI Match Details:

Venue: New Road, Worcester

Date & Time: 19th Sep, at 03:30 PM IST

Live Score:  Cricketaddictor

EN-W vs NZ-W 2nd ODI Match Pitch Report:

The pitch at New Road ground in Worcester is bowling-friendly. There is enough seam movement off the surface and the overcast conditions will favor seam bowlers from both sides. The teams bowling first have won five out of the six matches played here. Expect the team winning the toss to chase at this venue.

EN-W vs NZ-W 2nd ODI Match Probable Playing XIs:

EN-W: Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Winfield Hill, Heather Knight (c), Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Charlotte Dean, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Freya Davies

NZ-W: Lauren Down, Suzie Bates, Maddy Green, Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Devine (c), Brooke Halliday, Katey Martin (wk), Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Leigh Kasperek

Top Picks for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

England Women

Heather Knight will be among the must-have fantasy picks considering her dominating batting skills, she can turn out to be among the top points contributors in this game. She smashed 89 runs at a strike rate of 83.17 in the previous match.

Tammy Beaumont smashed 44 runs in the previous outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again in this encounter. She can make a healthy impact once again in this match.

Natalie Sciver will be a good captaincy option in this match as she will have multiple opportunities to pile up points from both departments. This year in ODI format, She has scored 238 runs at an average of 59.50 while also taken 7 wickets in 7 matches. is coming off 2 scalps from her previous outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again. She will be a valuable asset to the team.

Katherine Brunt scored 36 runs and picked up 1 wicket in the previous game and will be among the top fantasy picks for this match once again. She will be aiming for another successful outing here.

Sophie Ecclestone is coming off 2 scalps from her previous outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again. She will be a valuable asset to the team.

Kate Cross has been in top form with the ball in the 50 – over format in 2021. The England seamer has returned with nine wickets from five matches and has an economy rate of 4.05. Took two wickets in the opener.

New Zealand Women

Suzie Bates is a veteran all-rounder in the New Zealand Women team, the top-order batswoman has scored 4548 runs at an average of 42.5 while also picked 75 wickets in her 125 ODI matches Career.

Sophie Devine will be another reliable captaincy pick in this match as she will have multiple opportunities to pile up points from both departments. So far, she has scored 34 runs, while also picking up 2 wickets in this tournament.

Leigh Kasperek is the leading wicket-taker for New Zealand in the T20I series as she picked 6 wickets. She played only two ODI matches this year and scalped 9 wickets with a bowling average of 7.77. Picked up a wicket in the opener.

Amy Satterthwaite is going to be one of the key batters for the White Ferns. She is a top quality batter and can also bowl some crucial overs. The southpaw scored 79 * and looked in superb touch. She’d be looking to put in another superb performance.

Jess Kerr will be an important choice for this match considering her skills to net crucial scalps. He grabbed 3 wickets, giving away 42 runs in the previous match. She will be a key inclusion to fantasy squads.

Lea Tahuhu is coming off 2 wickets from her previous outing and will be aiming to stack handy points once again. She will be a valuable asset to the team.

Katey Martin will be a decent budget pick choice to consider for this game. She will be a key inclusion to fantasy squads.

 EN-W vs NZ-W Must Pick for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11 Points
Tammy Beaumont 229 runs 103, 111, 15, 1, 54
Sophie Ecclestone  17 runs + 10 wickets 9, 109, 99, 90, 73
Natalie Sciver 156 runs + 5 wickets 61, 96, 50, 91, 62
Sophie Devine 71 runs + 4 wickets 21, 16, 83, 99
Amy Satterthwaite 256 runs + 2 wickets 153, 64, 52, 25, 103
Jess Kerr   31 runs + 7 wickets 66, 34, 19, 52, 111

EN-W vs NZ-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Devine

Vice-Captain –  Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper-  Katey Martin

Batsmen- Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont(vc), Lauren Winfield

All-Rounders-  Natalie Sciver, Sophie Devine, Amy Satterthwaite(c)

Bowlers- Sophie Ecclestone, Lea Tahuhu, Kate Cross, Freya Davies

EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Amy Jones, Katey Martin

Batsmen- Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Winfield

All-Rounders-  Katherine Brunt(vc), Sophie Devine(c), Amy Satterthwaite

Bowlers-  Sophie Ecclestone, Lea Tahuhu, Kate Cross

EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

EN-W vs NZ-W 2nd ODI Match Probable Winner:

England Women is expected to win this match.

Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

 

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EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021

England Women vs New Zealand Women Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report, and Injury Update of 1st ODI match.

EN-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI Match Preview:

On Thursday, England Women will lock horns with New Zealand Women in the 1st ODI Match at County Ground, Bristol.

The New Zealand Women will kick start their England tour comprising three T20Is and five ODIs with the first T20 at the County Ground in Chelmsford on Wednesday, September 1.

England Women played their last ODI series against India where they beat the tourist by 2-1 in three ODI matches and also coming into this match after winning three T20I matches series against New Zealand Women by 2-1. They also favorite to win this game.

On the other hand, after losing the T20I series, New Zealand Women will be looking to make a strong come in 50 overs cricket. they played their last ODI series against Australia Women where they go defeat by 3-0 in three ODI matches series.

EN-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI Match Details:

Venue: County Ground, Bristol

Date & Time: 16th Sep, at 05:30 PM IST

Live Score:  Cricketaddictor

EN-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI Match Pitch Report:

The pitch of County Ground, Bristol is a good batting surface and offers plenty of assistance to better. pacers get some help in initial overs while spinners come into play in middle overs.

EN-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI Match Probable Playing XIs:

EN-W: Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight (c), Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Anya Shrubsole, Natasha Farrant, Freya Davies

NZ-W: Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine (c), Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Katey Martin (wk),  Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu., Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Leigh Kasperek

Top Picks for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

England Women

Heather Knight roared back in style from injury and scored a match – winning 42 in the third T201 to help England clinch the series . The England skipper has also mustered 209 runs at an average of 41.80 in ODI cricket in 2021.

Tammy Beaumont is the leading run-scorer for England Women in ODI format this year as the opening batswoman has scored 328 runs in just 6 matches at an average of 109.33. she also scored 113 runs in 3 T20I matches against New Zealand.

Natalie Sciver will be a good captaincy option in this match as she will have multiple opportunities to pile up points from both departments. This year in ODI format, She has scored 238 runs at an average of 59.50 while also taken 7 wickets in 7 matches.

Sophie Ecclestone will be must pick option among the bowlers and the left-arm orthodox bowler has picked 10 wickets for England Women in ODI this year he also scalped 3 wickets in 3 T20I matches against NZ-W.

Kate Cross has been in top form with the ball in the 50 – over format in 2021. The England seamer has returned with nine wickets from five matches and has an economy rate of 4.05.

New Zealand Women

Suzie Bates is a veteran all-rounder in the New Zealand Women team, the top-order batswoman has scored 4548 runs at an average of 42.5 while also picked 75 wickets in her 125 ODI matches Career.

Sophie Devine is another reliable captaincy option in this match. The white Ferns All-rounder can get big points with both bat and ball. In the recent T20I against England Women, she has scored 87 runs and picked 3 wickets.

Leigh Kasperek is the leading wicket-taker for New Zealand in the T20I series as she picked 6 wickets. She played only two ODI matches this year and scalped 9 wickets with a bowling average of 7.77.

Amy Satterthwaite is going to be one of the key batters for the White Ferns. She has already scored a ton in ODI cricket this year. Overall , she has accumulated 193 runs at an average of 38.60.

Jess Kerr bowled quite well in the T20I series and picked up two wickets at an economy rate of 7.00 . Moreover , in ODI cricket , she has taken five wickets in 2021 .

Katey Martin is quite safe behind the stumps and contributes really well. She can even be pretty handy with the bat. She has scored 1481 runs in ODI cricket and averages 21.77 .

 EN-W vs NZ-W Must Pick for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11 Points
Tammy Beaumont 257 runs 95, 103, 111, 15, 1
Sophie Ecclestone  12 runs + 8 wickets 12, 9, 109, 99, 90
Natalie Sciver 217 runs + 6 wickets 173, 61, 96, 50, 91
Sophie Devine 116 runs + 4 wickets 21, 16, 83
Amy Satterthwaite 190 runs + 2 wickets 14, 153, 64, 52, 25
Suzie Bates   191 runs + 1 wicket 39, 85, 46, 55, 21

EN-W vs NZ-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Tammy Beaumont, Sophie Devine

Vice-Captain – Amy Satterthwaite, Tash Farrant

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Amy Jones, Katey Martin

Batsmen- Heather Knight, Amy Satterthwaite(vc), Tammy Beaumont(c), Danielle Wyatt

All-Rounders-  Natalie Sciver, Sophie Devine

Bowlers- Sophie Ecclestone, Leigh Kasperek, Tash Farrant

EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper- Amy Jones, Katey Martin

Batsmen- Heather Knight, Amy Satterthwaite, Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt

All-Rounders-  Natalie Sciver, Sophie Devine(c)

Bowlers- Sophie Ecclestone, Leigh Kasperek, Tash Farrant(vc)

EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, New Zealand Women Tour of England 2021
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction

EN-W vs NZ-W 1st ODI Match Probable Winner:

England Women is expected to win this match.

Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

 

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ECB Is Hopeful Women Tri-Series With India And South Africa After England Women Are Ready To Start Training

England Women’s cricket team will now begin their training from the beginning of the next week. On last Thursday (18th June), the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced the 24-member squad of the women’s cricket team for the forthcoming training. They are hopeful to host a tri-series where the India Women’s national cricket team and South Africa women’s national cricket team can participate.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, both men’s and women’s cricket have suffered. As the new home summer of England cricket has been delayed to start, English women’s cricket has also been affected.

While the England men’s cricketers have just started their training, the women’s cricketers are now getting ready to resume their training process. The ECB has announced the 24-member squad of the women’s cricket team while they will begin the training process from Monday, 22nd June 2020.

tri-series, England Women

Talking about the training process, the ECB stated in their press release, “The players will return across six venues, initially training on their own before progressing to small group training. Squads for specific formats will be named in due course, subject to confirmation of the proposed series.”

These six different venues are National Performance Centre (Loughborough), Emerald Headingley (Yorkshire) The Kia Oval (London), Bristol County Ground (Bristol), Chester Boughton Hall CC (Lancashire) and the 1st Central County Ground (Hove).

ECB further added, “Their training sessions will take place under the same medical guidelines and bio-secure conditions as have been in place for England Men.”

Tri-series can be played in September between England Women, India Women and South Africa Women

According to the earlier planning, Indian Women’s would tour in England in this month for the four-match Women’s ODI and two-match Women’s T20I series. But the tour was finally postponed due to the pandemic.

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India Women cricketers (Image Credit: Twitter)

Now, the ECB is planning to host a tri-series, where the other participants will be India Women and South Africa Women. This tri-series can be played in September.

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South Africa Women Team (Image Credit: Twitter)

The 24-member squad of the England Women for the training: Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Bell, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Alice Davidson-Richards, Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Katie George, Sarah Glenn, Kirstie Gordon, Amy Jones, Heather Knight, Emma Lamb, Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Bryony Smith, Linsey Smith, Mady Villiers, Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield, Issy Wong, Danni Wyatt.

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India women vs England women semi-final washed-out in Sydney. Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: India Women Qualify For Maiden Final After Sydney Washout

India women’s cricket team created history after reaching the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 due to the washout semi-final on Thursday (5th March) at Sydney Cricket Ground (Sydney). The upcoming final will be India’s first final of this tournament’s history.

There was a high tension when the International Cricket Council (ICC) refused to allow the reserve-day for the semi-final matches while both the semis have been scheduled on the same day and also at the same venue.

Ultimately, the fear became true at least for the England women, who had been forced out from the tournament without playing the semi-final of this tournament.

The first semi-final was scheduled to begin at 14:00 local time. But due to the continuous rain, it wasn’t possible to begin the game on time. While the cut-off time for the toss was 16:36 local time (cut-off time for match begin at 16:51 local time). However, the match officials declared the match abandoned around 16:10 local time.

India women advanced to the semi-final of this tournament after finishing on the top of the Group A points table (8 points) by winning all the four matches of that group stage.

Meanwhile, England women were on the second spot of the final Group B points table (6 points) as they won three out of four matches and lost only against South Africa Women.

Final points table of Group A

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
India 4 4 0 0/0 8 +0.979
Australia 4 3 1 0/0 6 +0.971
New Zealand 4 2 2 0/0 4 +0.364
Sri Lanka 4 1 3 0/0 2 –0.404
Bangladesh 4 0 4 0/0 0 –1.908

 

Final points table of Group B

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
South Africa 4 3 0 0/1 7 +2.226
England 4 3 1 0/0 6 +2.291
West Indies 4 1 2 0/1 3 –0.654
Pakistan 4 1 2 0/1 3 –0.761
Thailand 4 0 3 0/1 1 –3.992

As India Women had higher points than England women, India women qualified for the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020.

Captains’ reactions of England Women and India Women

England Women’s captain Heather Knight was feeling frustrated after the rain washout semi-final.

Heather Knight, England Women, final, Women's T20 World Cup
Heather Knight (Image Credit: Twitter)

She said, “Frustrating, didn’t want the World Cup to end this way but not much you can do about this. Would have been good to have a reserve day perhaps. That loss to South Africa cost us. Not really, we expected to reach the semi-finals and that we did. Undone by the weather. Did feel like we had started to gain momentum in recent games and we were really ready for this semifinal. Yes, Sarah Glenn and Sophie (Ecclestone) have been great. So has been Mady. Not starting a tournament great has been a concern, so perhaps we can work on that (smiles).”

Meanwhile, the Indian Women’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur is expecting the reserve day at least for the knockout stages in future ICC tournaments.

It will be the first time when India Women will play the final in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.

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Harmanpreet Kaur (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Kaur said, “It is unfortunate not to get a game due to the weather. But that’s how the rules go. In future, it would be nice to have a reserve day. From day one, we knew that we have to win all the games because if in case we don’t get any play in the semifinals, it will be hard for us. Credit to the team, we wanted to win all the games and we did it. Everybody is looking in great touch.”

On this Sunday (8th February), India Women will play the final of this tournament against the winners of the second semi-final at Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne).

Group B champions South Africa Women and Group A runners-up Australia Women will now face in the second semi-final of this tournament.

This match has been scheduled to begin at 19:00 local time on Thursday. However, this game is also likely to be affected due to rain.

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India's Women's Team. Photo Credit: Twitter.
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Rain Threat Looms Large Over India-England Semi-Final

As cricket fans are desperately waiting to see India women’s team fighting it out in the semi-final against England, rain might play spoilsport. And, thus the hopes of fans could be dashed. Yes, the first semi-final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is highly-likely going to end up in a thunderclap in Sydney. Well, India is likely to get the advantage of the situation against England, who have reached semis for the fourth time.

India vs England semi-finals: Sydney; Weather report-

The semifinal will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and telecast will begin in India at 9:30 am. According to the weather report, it will rain the whole day in Sydney with the temperature being near 23-degree celsius.

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Benefit for India:

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India celebrates a wicket. (Photo by Jan Kruger-IDI/IDI via Getty Images)

So far, Team India hasn’t lost a game as they are leading the group chart by winning all the matches. On the other hand, England was defeated by South Africa in the opener while they went on to win all other fixtures.

So, India is ahead of its opponent which means if rain interrupts the game, they will unarguably enter the finals of the tournament. It will be a fairly an advantage for Harmanpreet Kaur-led side who might play maiden finals.

No reserve days:

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Heather Knight-led England. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

As per rules in the ICC book, there is no reserve day for the Women’s T20 World Cup semifinals which will surely not be appreciated by England fans either. Like the boundary count rule last year in the 2019 World Cup, this rule will be criticized by many.

According to ICC for the playing conditions, 10-over a side is a must to complete a particular game. Also, the Duckworth–Lewis–Stern method will play a big role in the game. The team will hope to win the toss in a bid to increase their chances of winning the game.

Squads:

India Women Squad: Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Taniya Bhatia (w), Veda Krishnamurthy, Shikha Pandey, Radha Yadav, Poonam Yadav, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Pooja Vastrakar, Harleen Deol, Arundhati Reddy, Richa Ghosh

England Women Squad: Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight(c), Fran Wilson, Amy Ellen Jones(w), Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole, Mady Villiers, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Georgia Elwiss, Lauren Winfield, Kate Cross, Freya Davies

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South Africa Women Team. Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Fixtures Of Knockout Stages

The Group stage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 ended with the washout. However, the rain didn’t affect the other matches of the Group stage in this tournament.

Tuesday (3rd March) was the final day of the Group stage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. On this day, Group B teams Thailand faced Pakistan, and South Africa had to play against the West Indies.

Thailand Women stunned everyone by scoring their highest WT20I total of 150/3 (20 overs) after deciding to bat first. Before this match, they failed to reach the 100-run marks in all the other three games of this tournament.

While their openers Nattakan Chantam and Nattaya Boochatham put the first wicket partnership of 93 runs, Chantam scored 56 runs, and Boochatham played the knock of 44 runs.

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Nattakan Chantam (Image Credit: Twitter)

However, the rain completely denied the second innings of that match as it ended with no result. While Pakistan Women finished this tournament with three points, Thailand Women finished with one point.

Meanwhile, South Africa Women vs West Indies Women match didn’t start due to the rain washout. South Africa Women have entered the semi-final of this tournament as a Group B champions with seven points while the West Indies said goodbye this tournament with three points.

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South Africa Women (Image Credit: Twitter)

England Women earlier qualified for the semi-finals from this Group B and they now finished in the second position of this group.

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England Women (Image Credit: Twitter)

Earlier, India Women (8 points) and Australia Women (6 points) have advanced to the semi-finals from Group A. India Women are now the only team in this tournament who have won all the four matches of this tournament before the knockout stages.

 

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India Women (Image Credit: Twitter)

 

 

Meanwhile, the hosts Australia Women are playing this tournament as the defending champions.

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Australia Women (Image Credit: Twitter)

Here are the final point-tables along with the fixtures of the knockout stages of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020.

Final points table of Group A

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
India 4 4 0 0/0 8 +0.979
Australia 4 3 1 0/0 6 +0.971
New Zealand 4 2 2 0/0 4 +0.364
Sri Lanka 4 1 3 0/0 2 –0.404
Bangladesh 4 0 4 0/0 0 –1.908

 

Final points table of Group B

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
South Africa 4 3 0 0/1 7 +2.226
England 4 3 1 0/0 6 +2.291
West Indies 4 1 2 0/1 3 –0.654
Pakistan 4 1 2 0/1 3 –0.761
Thailand 4 0 3 0/1 1 –3.992

 

Knockout stages of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020

(Semi-finals)

5th March 2020 (D/N): India vs England – Sydney Cricket Ground (Sydney)

5th March 2020 (N): Australia vs South Africa – Sydney Cricket Ground (Sydney)

(Final)

8th March 2020 (N): Winner of Semi-final 1 vs Winner of Semi-final 2 – Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne)

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South Africa Women Team. Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: South Africa Women And England Women Qualify For Semi-Finals

On the crucial day of Group B in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, South Africa Women and England Women have secured their places for the semi-finals.

South Africa Women vs Pakistan Women

After winning the toss, South Africa Women’s captain Dane van Niekerk decided to bat first. While the Proteas team scored 136/6 (20 overs), they restricted Pakistan Women to 119/5 (20 overs) and won by 17 runs.

Both the South African openers, Lizelle Lee (4) and Dane van Niekerk (3) lost their wickets cheaply. While Mignon du Preez scored 17 runs, Marizanne Kapp played the fighting knock of 31 runs.

Coming to bat at the no.5 position, Laura Wolvaardt controlled that innings from the one side while there was no solid help from the other sides. The 20-year-old Wolvaardt hit her second T20I fifty and remained not out on 53 runs off 38 balls (8 fours).

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Laura Wolvaardt (Image Credit: Twitter)

Among the Pakistan Women bowlers, the right-arm medium pacer Diana Baig (2/19) took two wickets and the all other four bowlers got one wicket each.

Chasing down that target, only the skipper Javeria Khan and Aliya Riaz managed to reach the 20-run mark, but the Pakistan Women hardly showed aggressive batting performances. While the opener Javeria Khan scored 31 runs, Aliya Riaz only had the 100+ strike-rate in that innings as she was unbeaten on 39 runs off 32 balls.

South Africa Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Image Credit: Twitter

Though none of the South Africa Women bowlers managed to take more than one wicket in the second innings, they mostly bowled in the tight lines.

England Women vs West Indies Women

In their final Group Stage match of this competition, England Women beat West Indies Women by 46 runs. The English captain Heather Knight decided to bat first after winning the toss. While England Women scored 143/5 (20 overs), they bowled out their opposition for just 97 runs (17.1 overs).

Though the opener Tammy Beaumont (0) was dismissed on the fourth ball of the match, Danni Wyatt and the in-form Natalie Sciver handled that early situation with 50 runs partnership for the second wicket. While Wyatt scored 29 runs, Sciver continued her batting and scored her third half-century in this tournament (played fourth game). The right-handed batter Sciver played the knock of 57 runs off 56 balls (6 fours).

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Natalie Sciver (Image Credit: Twitter)

At the end of that innings, Amy Jones (23 not out off 13 balls) and Katherine Brunt (10 not out off 4 balls) played some crucial cameos.

In reply, apart from Lee-Ann Kirb (20), all other Caribbean cricketers failed to reach the 20-run mark. Captain Stafanie Taylor was retired hurt on 15 runs off 18 balls due to serious groin injury. She was rushed to the hospital for scans, and it made herself unavailable for the rest of the game, which hugely affected her side.

Among the England Women bowlers, Sophie Ecclestone picked up three wickets and had the bowling figures of 3.1-1-7-3. Also, Sarah Glenn (2/16) took two wickets.

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England Women cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

Latest points table of Group B (Updated till 1st March 2020)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
England 4 3 1 0/0 6 +2.291
South Africa 3 3 0 0/0 6 +2.226
West Indies 3 1 2 0/0 2 –0.654
Pakistan 3 1 2 0/0 2 –0.761
Thailand 3 0 3 0/0 0 –3.992
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Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Round-Up – South Africa Women And England Women Claim Victories

On Friday (28th February), during the Group B contests of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, South Africa Women thrashed Thailand Women (by 113 runs) while England Women secured their crucial victory against Pakistan Women (by 42 runs).

South Africa Women vs Thailand Women

After winning the toss, South Africa Women decided to bat first and managed the big first innings total of 195/3 (20 overs). In reply, Thailand Women were bundled out for just 82 runs.

South Africa Women
Image Credit: Twitter

Though the Proteas captain Dane van Niekerk (2) lost her wicket cheaply, another opener Lizelle Lee and Sune Luus controlled that innings very well. They put the 131 runs partnership for the second wicket where Lee hit a 59-ball century and scored 101 off 60 balls (16 fours and 3 sixes). Luus also played the crucial knock of 61 not out off 41 balls (5 fours and 2 sixes). Moreover, Chloe Tryon scored 24 off 11 balls (only four and 2 sixes) at the last moment.

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Lizelle Lee (Image Credit: Twitter)

In reply, only Onnicha Kamchomphu (26) and Chanida Sutthiruang (13) managed to reach the double-digit scores at the chasing.

The stand-out South Africa Women bowlers were Shabnim Ismail (3/8) and Sune Luus (3/15) as both took three wickets each in the second innings of that match.

England Women vs Pakistan Women

Pakistan Women captain Bismah Maroof won the toss against England Women and decided to field first. While England Women managed to score 158/7 (20 overs), Pakistan Women replied with 116 runs before getting all out (19.4 overs).

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England Women’s cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

English captain Heather Knight played the crucial knock in the first batting as she scored 62 runs off 47 balls (8 fours and only six). Also, Natalie Sciver (36) and Fran Wilson (22) scored some crucial runs in that innings.

Among the Pakistan Women bowlers, Aiman Anwer (3/30) picked up three wickets, and Nida Dar (2/43) got two wickets.

In reply, Pakistan Women were losing their wickets at regular intervals. Apart from the lower-middler-order batter Aliya Riaz (41), there were no strong fights from the other Pakistan batters.

England Women bowlers Anya Shrubsole (3/25) and Sarah Glenn (3/15) both got three wickets each in the second innings.

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