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BCCI Announced India Women Squad For World Cup 2022

BCCI on Thursday announced India women’s squad for ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 and the New Zealand series. One of the biggest surprises was the omission of batter Jemimah Rodrigues, who had been an integral part of the team until India’s last limited-overs assignment in Australia.

The All-India Women’s Selection Committee of BCCI on Wednesday picked the squad for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. Team India play their first World Cup fixture against Pakistan on March 6th, 2022 at the Bay Oval, Tauranga. The squad announced by BCCI will also feature in the 5-match ODI series against New Zealand starting from 11th February 2022.

BCCI (File Photo| PTI)
BCCI (File Photo| PTI)

BCCI Announced India Women’s Squad For 2022 Women’s World Cup And 5 ODIs vs NZ; Mithali Raj To Lead While Jemimah Rodrigues And Shikha Pandey Misses Out

Mithali Raj will lead the 15-member squad with Harmanpreet Kaur named as her deputy. Shikha Pandey also remains absent in the Indian squad, while Sneh Rana – who impressed with her all-around skills across formats in 2021 retains her place in the side.

Left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht, opening batter Jemimah Rodrigues, and fast bowler Shikha Pandey are not included in the 15-member squad for the Women’s World Cup. Jemimah Rodrigues failed to score in double digits during the last year in all her international assignments, but she was in good touch during The Hundred in England and the subsequent Big Bash League in Australia. Shikha Pandey was similarly off-colour during her national duties.

Mithali Raj - Twitter
Mithali Raj – Twitter

Talking of the World Cup schedule, after facing Pakistan on 6th March, India women will rub shoulders against New Zealand (March 10), West Indies (March 12), England (March 16), Australia (March 19), Bangladesh (March 22), and South Africa (March 27) in the group stage.

Team India for 5 ODIs against NZ & ICC Women’s World Cup, 2022: Mithali Raj (Captain), Harmanpreet Kaur (vice-captain), Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Yastika Bhatia, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh (wicket-keeper), Sneh Rana, Jhulan Goswami, Pooja Vastrakar, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh Thakur, Taniya Bhatia (wicket-keeper), Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav.

Standby Players: Sabbhineni Meghana, Ekta Bisht, Simran Dil Bahadur.

ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 – India’s fixtures
S.No. Date Against Venue
1 March 6th Pakistan Bay Oval, Tauranga
2 March 10th New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton
3 March 12th West Indies Seddon Park, Hamilton
4 March 16th England Bay Oval, Tauranga
5 March 19th Australia Eden Park, Auckland
6 March 22nd Bangladesh Seddon Park, Hamilton
7 March 27th South Africa Hagley Oval, Christchurch

BCCI Also Announced A 16 Member Squad For A One-Off T20I Against New Zealand

The All-India Women’s Selection Committee also picked the squad for the one-off T20I against New Zealand scheduled to be played on 9th February 2022. BCCI announced a 16-member squad. Harmanpreet Kaur will lead in the lone T20 International against New Zealand to be played on February 9 before the ODIs.

Harmanpreet Kaur looks on during the match BCCI
Harmanpreet Kaur looks on during the match— BCCI

India Women’s squad for one-off T20I: Harmanpreet Kaur (Captain), Smriti Mandhana (vice-captain), Shafali Verma, Yastika Bhatia, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh (wicket-keeper), Sneh Rana, Pooja Vastrakar, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh Thakur, Taniya Bhatia (wicket-keeper), Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav, Ekta Bisht, S. Meghna, Simran Dil Bahadur.

Team India’s tour of New Zealand (Senior Women) – 2022
S.No. Date Match Venue
1 February 9th Only T20I McLean Park, Napier
2 February 11th 1st ODI McLean Park, Napier
3 February 14th 2nd ODI Saxton Oval, Nelson
4 February 16th 3rd ODI Saxton Oval, Nelson
5 February 22nd 4th ODI John Davies Oval, Queenstown
6 February 24th 5th ODI John Davies Oval, Queenstown
Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav will be a part of the premier women's domestic T20 tournament, WBBL, with Sydney Sixers | Courtesy- Cricket.com.au
Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav will be a part of the premier women's domestic T20 tournament, WBBL, with Sydney Sixers | Courtesy- Cricket.com.au
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Shafali Verma And Radha Yadav Signed By WBBL Club Sydney Sixers For WBBL 07

Shafali Verma, a young batting sensation and left-arm spinner Radha Yadav have been snapped up by Sydney Sixers ahead of the upcoming WBBL, the club announced on Monday (September 27). The announcement comes a day after Sydney Thunder confirmed the signings of Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma.

Shafali Verma, India’s youngest debutant in international cricket, put up stunning performances on Australian shores last year at the T20 World Cup and sits on top of the ICC rankings in the format.

Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI
Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI

Shafali Verma Bags Her Maiden WBBL Deal

At the back of her T20 exploits, the teenager also played for Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred recently. On Sunday (September 26), she starred in India’s famous win over Australia with a mature half-century. With her stocks constantly on the rise, Shafali Verma has now bagged her maiden WBBL deal. On Sunday, she scored a maiden ODI half-century with a mature knock of 56 as India upset the mighty Australian team, snapping a 26-game win streak.

“This is a very good opportunity for me and my goal is to just enjoy myself, to make some new friends and have fun,” Verma said. “I want to play WBBL and back myself and just believe in myself.”

Shafali Verma played for the Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred recently
Shafali Verma played for the Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred recently © Getty

Head Coach Ben Sawyer, who worked with Shafali Verma in England in the recently-concluded inaugural season of the Hundred, lavished praises on the youngster labeling her fearless.

“She hits to different areas of the field and plays shots that are different to the other three girls in that top four,” he said. “The experience I had with her in Birmingham was that she wants to learn, she wants to get better and she wants to grow as a player and a person.”

At just 17, Shafali Verma, who in 2019 became India’s youngest ever to play women’s T20 internationals, is widely considered the best batting talent in the world and currently sits atop the ICC Women’s T20I Player Rankings. Shafali Verma is expected to form a lethal combination with Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry, and Ash Gardner at the top of the order for the Sixers, giving the team the most exciting top four in WBBL history.

Radha Yadav Will Be Making Her Maiden WBBL Appearance

Radha Yadav, who is in India’s squad for the upcoming T20Is against Australia, will also be making her maiden appearance in the WBBL.

“Lots of young Indian girls want to play in the WBBL,” Yadav said. “It is a very good standard and I am so happy to be able to play for the Sixers this year.”

Radha Yadav (Getty Images)
Radha Yadav (Getty Images)

Ben Sawyer was delighted with the 21-year-old spinner’s acquisition as well considering the variety she lends to the bowling attack.

“Radha brings a skill set that we have never had at the Sixers and that’s very exciting,” he said. “I think a left-arm ortho bowler is so important in the WBBL and having one who is world-class is such a great opportunity for this team. She has also batted in the middle of the order for India so she is handy with the bat too.”

Not to be overshadowed by her teenage teammate, left-arm orthodox spinner Radha Yadav who is placed 11th on the ICC Women’s T20I Player Rankings arrives at the Sydney Sixers with an outstanding resume of her own. Now aged 21, Radha Yadav was one of the discoveries of the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20, finishing as the joint-leading wicket-taker for India in the tournament, with eight dismissals in five matches.

The Sydney Sixers begin their WBBL 07 campaign in the season opener against the Melbourne Stars on Thursday, October 14 at Blundstone Arena in Hobart.

Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI
Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI
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Smriti Mandhana And Deepti Sharma Signed By Sydney Thunder In WBBL 2021/22

Smriti Mandhana and allrounder Deepti Sharma were signed by WBBL franchise Sydney Thunder, the defending WBBL champions who have pulled off a coup signing the duo ahead of their title defence in October.

Experienced Smriti Mandhana, coming off her highest ODI score of the year, is set to play for her third WBBL club after previous stints with Brisbane Heat and Hobart Hurricanes. Deepti Sharma has never played in the WBBL but has experience in domestic T20 leagues.

Smriti Mandhana is set for her third WBBL club Albert Perez/Getty Images
Smriti Mandhana is set for her third WBBL club Albert Perez/Getty Images

Sydney Thunder Signs Smriti Mandhana And Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma featured in the women’s competition of the inaugural Hundred, for London Spirit in 2020, claiming 10 wickets at an economy rate of 5.26 and, along with Smriti Mandhana, was part of Western Storm’s title-winning 2019 campaign at the now-defunct Kia Super League.

England's Captain Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont ©Action Images/Paul Childs
England’s Captain Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont ©Action Images/Paul Childs

The pair come in as replacements for English duo Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont who were unavailable despite England’s tour of Pakistan being cancelled. Shafali Verma and Radha Yadav are also set to play in the WBBL with Shafali Verma’s father, Sanjeev Verma, confirming that she has signed with Sydney Sixers back in May.

Smriti Mandhana Excited To Learn From Another Opportunity To Play In The WBBL

Smriti Mandhana, 25, said she was excited to get another opportunity to play in the WBBL and relished the challenge of being the marquee overseas player.

“Playing in overseas leagues gives you a lot of experience, especially in the T20 format,” Mandhana said. “Then, of course, you exchange so much experience with each other . . . with all the players from over the world . . . so you get to learn a lot. Rather than ‘pressure’, I always look at it as an opportunity to learn, and to get used to that pressure because it only builds when you play international cricket.”

Deepti Sharma ANI
Deepti Sharma ANI

Deepti Sharma, 24, was thrilled to get her first chance to play in the WBBL.

“This is my first time [in the WBBL], so I’m excited,” Sharma said. “I’ve had offers before, but I couldn’t play at the time because at the time we had [an international] series. It’s a big thing for Indian women’s cricket that we have the opportunity to play in the WBBL. We have to express ourselves in the competition.”

Coach Trevor Griffin, who earlier worked with the pair at Storm, felt the Indian duo were the perfect replacements for the England pair of Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont.

“While it’s disappointing not to be able to have Heather back, if you could choose any replacement for her it would be Deepti – she’s also a star,” Griffin said. “She offers a lot with the bat – Deepti is a match-winner – and she also has the talent to bowl in the powerplay, during the middle of a match, or at the death.

“Smriti is an opening batter who has the tremendous ability to take everything in her stride. I like that she keeps her game really simple; she just wants to score runs. I’m delighted to have her on board, and I have no doubt that she’ll prove to be a great addition to Thunder.”

The WBBL begins on October 14, following India’s ongoing multi-format series against Australia, with the first 20 matches to be played in Tasmania. The finals of the WBBL 2021 will be set to play on 27th November of 2021. The WBBL 2021 features 59 matches in total which includes 56 group league matches, an Eliminator, a Challenger, and a final match.

Harmanpreet Kaur looks on during the match BCCI
Harmanpreet Kaur looks on during the match BCCI
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Ramesh Powar Confirms Harmanpreet Kaur Won’t Be Available For 1st ODI vs Australian Women

Ramesh Powar, Team India head coach confirmed that batswoman Harmanpreet Kaur will not be available for the first ODI as she received a blow on her thumb. India plays Australian women in 3 ODI’s, 3 T20I’s, and a one-off Test.

India women’s ODI skipper Mithali Raj on Monday said the two-week quarantine period in Australia was tough on her side, but there is nothing to complain about and the Girls in Blue cannot wait to get out on the park.
Ramesh Powar. (TOI Photo)
Ramesh Powar. (TOI Photo)

Ramesh Powar: Harmanpreet Kaur Got A Hit On The Thumb So She Is Unavailable For The 1st ODI vs Australia

Team India head coach Ramesh Powar has also confirmed that Harmanpreet Kaur will not be available for the first ODI as she received a blow on her thumb some days back. India and Australia will be locking horns in a multi-format series, comprising three ODIs, one-off day-night Test, and three T20Is. The first ODI will be played on September 21.

“Harmanpreet Kaur was deemed fit and hence she was selected for this tour, but unfortunately some days back she got a hit on the thumb so she is not available for the first ODI. The next ODI, we will take a call according to her pain and fitness management. Shikha Pandey is fit and fine, she is available for selection,” said Ramesh Powar during a virtual press conference.

“We expect the senior players to guide youngsters which they are doing,” said Ramesh Ramesh Powar while Mithali Raj said: “The two-week quarantine period was tough on our players because it was for two weeks, we did a week in England but this was stretched another week.”

Mithali Raj - Twitter
Mithali Raj – Twitter

“We definitely are looking at the composition before the World Cup and we will be giving our players a little more game time to fit in those roles. That is our objective in this series. I have not set any benchmarks for myself in this series, I have always felt that however I am playing, at the end of the day, my performance has to help the team to do well. If we end up winning, that is what I have always played for,” she added.

Depending on how the batting unit performs, skipper Mithali Raj will decide on whether to bat number three or four in the longer run. With Harmanpreet Kaur injured for the opener, she is likely to stick to the No. 4 position to lend more solidity to the batting line-up.

When asked whether she will bat at number three in the ODI series against Australia, Mithali said: “I think I am quite flexible with my batting order, whether it’s number three or four. It all depends on the composition of the team, if we have a good middle-order, then I put my role up which is number three. If there is inexperience in the middle-order then I push myself at number four. It all depends on the composition and now with Harmanpreet out for the first ODI, I have to think about my order.”

Ramesh Powar said that all other members of the consolidated Test and ODI squad are fit and are obviously available for selection for Tuesday’s fixture against Australian women. Harmanpreet Kaur was left out of the warm-up game on Saturday in Brisbane, though she is understood to have batted in the nets.

She had ended her Hundred stints in the UK prematurely owing to a quadriceps injury and then joined India’s other four women cricketers -all of whom were Hundred-returnees in the Bengaluru preparatory camp to serve a mandatory seven-day quarantine.

Though cleared as fit to play, her inclusion in India’s 22-player women squad for the seven-match multi-format series was something of a gamble since she made the cut without having been subjected to a workload assessment at a training given the quarantine restrictions.

Ramesh Powar: Shafali Verma Needs To Be Given Time

Ramesh Powar also said that opening batswomen Shafali Verma needs to be given time as she is just a youngster and there should not be the weight of the expectations on her shoulders.

Shafali Verma became the thrid youngest Indian women cricketer to play Test cricket after she was handed her debut | Photo: BCCI women
Shafali Verma became the third-youngest Indian women cricketer to play Test cricket after she was handed her debut | Photo: BCCI women

“As far as Shafali is concerned, I think the way she played the Test game, we were happy. As a 17-year-old, we have to give her a little breathing space. Me, Mithali, and SS Das have had conversations with her.

“She knows what is expected out of her, we do not push her who is very expressive in her batting. We do not want to curtail her game, we want to give her freedom. She has played The Hundred so she has some confidence from that, it is important for us to let her express, she is just 17, we cannot forget that,” said Ramesh Powar.

Team India departed for Australia on August 28 and upon landing, every member of the touring party underwent mandatory 14-day hard quarantine.

Sri Lanka Women’s Team[photo: Twitter]
Sri Lanka Women’s Team[photo: Twitter]
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Sri Lanka Cricket Plans To Launch Lanka Women T20 League In October 2021

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is planning to launch a Lanka Women’s League T20 cricket league in October and is in search of a suitable sports/marketing agency to join hands with them.

The proposed structure of the tournament is four teams, each featuring a squad of 16 players together with a staff of 10 personnel including two overseas coaches. Each of the four teams is allowed a maximum of six international cricketers from full member and associate member countries of the ICC.

Sri Lanka Cricket(Photo credit: SLC Twitter)
Sri Lanka Cricket(Photo credit: SLC Twitter)

Sri Lanka Cricket To Launch Lanka Women’s League T20 And May Include Foreign International Women Cricketers

The tournament will be held at either Dambulla or Pallekele. SLC has called for expressions of interest from interested candidates to be sent to them by 7 September.

Sri Lanka Cricket CEO Ashley de Silva has invited interest from foreign players and mentioned that the tournament could go ahead even with just the local players if the foreign players are not interested. So far, the tournament is likely to be held at Dambulla or Pallekele and is expected to be a four-team affair in a 10-day tournament.

Each team can have a maximum of 16 players in the squad out of which a maximum of six players are allowed from the full number and associate nations.

Sri Lanka Women's Cricket Team[photo: Twitter]
Sri Lanka Women’s Cricket Team[photo: Twitter]
The Sri Lanka cricket board hasn’t announced any international matches for the women’s team recently and their last assignment was in the T20 Worldcup in March 2020 against Bangladesh women. They are likely to take part in the ODI World cup qualifier in November-December in Zimbabwe which will be their first assignment after a long time. Sri Lanka women’s team are at 9th in the ICC ODI rankings for teams with 47 rating points.

Sri Lanka Cricket Looking For A Suitable Sports Or Marketing Agency

Sri Lanka cricket is also looking for a suitable sports agency or a marketing agency to help them out in moving the tournament forward. Sri Lanka has been a hotspot at the moment for Covid -19 as well with the recent Afghanistan vs Pakistan series getting postponed due to the lockdown in the Island nation. This will be a great boost to the Sri Lanka fans to see a women’s cricket league making its stature in the country.

SLC CEO Ashley De Silva (Photo-Twitter)
SLC CEO Ashley De Silva (Photo-Twitter)

“Even if there are no foreign players, we will go ahead with the local players,” SLC CEO Ashley de Silva told ESPNcricinfo. “As for overseas coaches, depends on the offers that we get in terms of franchise owners for the teams.”

The tournament is currently slated for October. SLC has largely ignored high-profile engagements for their women cricketers, since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The recently concluded The Hundred women’s tournament had fetched in a lot of attention. The Oval Invincibles won the inaugural season of the women’s competition. Many key names from women’s cricket featured in the league. The fans also turned out in big numbers to watch the games which further garnered the audacity of the tournament.

Lanka Premier League was originally scheduled to start in August but was rescheduled several times due to restrictions for the COVID-19 pandemic. On 5 November, the tournament was given the green light to go ahead, with all the matches being played at the MRIC Stadium in Hambantota, from 26 November to 16 December 2020.

Jaffna Stallions won by 53 runs against Galle Gladiators in the final and became the inaugural Champions of LPL.

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Ramesh Powar Asserts Indian Women Are Looking Forward To Australian Tour

Ramesh Powar, India women head coach has emphatically stated World Cup preparation assumes top priority, and winning momentum from there will be the best possible preparation for the team’s maiden pink-ball Test in Australia. It’s not often that India head into a tour of Australia being better prepared than the hosts, whose last international assignment was against New Zealand in April.

In comparison, India first had a home series against South Africa in March followed by a two-month tour to the UK in the summer. The worsening Covid crisis in Australia has forced a major reshuffle of the venues for the Indian women’s team’s forthcoming tour Down Under.

Ramesh Powar. (TOI Photo)
Ramesh Powar. (TOI Photo)

Venue Of India Women’s One-Off Test Against Australia Women Shifted

The historic one-off pink-ball women’s Test between India and Australia, scheduled to begin from Sept 30, has been moved from the WACA in Perth to the Carrara Stadium (known commercially as the Metricon Stadium) in Gold Coast in Queensland.

According to reliable BCCI sources, the three-match ODI series between the two teams, which will kick off the tour from Sept 19, has now been moved from North Sydney Oval in Sydney to Mackay, a city in Queensland. The other two matches are supposed to be held on Sept 22 and 24.

India Women
India Women. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Gold Coast, and not North Sydney Oval as initially planned, will now also host the T20Is after staging India’s maiden, much-anticipated pink-ball Test on Oct 7, 9, and 11. An official announcement regarding the revised itinerary of the tour is expected soon.

Australia is currently badly affected by Covid-19. The number of cases is constantly going up, which means no matches can be organized in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth. All these cities are repeatedly going into lockdowns. This has forced Cricket Australia (CA) to move the ODI and T20I series out of Sydney to Mackay, and the pink ball Test from Perth to Gold Coast, which will also host the three T20Is now.

“However, this is also a tentative schedule, which CA has communicated to the BCCI. As per the altered schedule, the Indian team will fly tomorrow (Sunday) evening from Bangalore to Dubai in a chartered flight. From Dubai, the team will fly to Brisbane, where they will quarantine for two weeks before going to Mackay.”

“Everything is uncertain due to the concerning Covid situation in Australia. Let’s hope that the Covid situation doesn’t get worse in Australia, otherwise the tour itself may have to be called off even after the team reaches Australia,” reliable sources of BCCI said.

The Indian team underwent a camp in Bangalore in a bio-bubble. The five players who took part in ‘The Hundred’ in the UK will join the bubble on Sunday after a six-day quarantine. Ramesh Powar has said that despite the hype being built around the one-off pink-ball Test against Australia at the Gabba beginning September 30, the team’s main focus would be on the three-match ODI series keeping in mind the 2022 World Cup in March next year.

Ramesh Powar: India Women Prepared For Any Format And Happy To Tour Australia

Ramesh Powar also insisted while they’ve tried to prepare for the Test in the best possible way, taking markers and cues from their experience in England and situational awareness will be key to them competing well.

Ramesh Powar said that the 15-day conditioning camp at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru was an exercise in match simulations and team binding, adding that the focus was also on finding reserves capable of sharing pace bowler Jhulan Goswami’s burden.

“Looking at the current situation we are happy to go to Australia and keep playing cricket. After England, we had a one-month break and we back ourselves to do well, we have played enough in the Bangalore camp and are prepared for any format,” Ramesh Powar said.

 

Richa Ghosh , T20 World Cup Twitter
Richa Ghosh, T20 World Cup Twitter

“In the pre-departure presser on Saturday, coach Ramesh Powar, when asked about the possibility of the team’s schedule in Australia being altered due to border restrictions and Covid-19 lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne, said, “We are looking forward to a tour which is challenging and we all are excited to go there and put in our best effort to make it a good tour.”

Meghna Singh, Yastika Bhatia, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, and Richa Ghosh have been included in the Test and ODI setups of the Indian Women’s team for the tour of Australia in September-October. Radha Yadav, Arundhati Reddy, Priya Punia, and Indrani Roy, who were part of the Indian Test and ODI squads in England but didn’t get a game, have been left out.

The Hundred Dream11 Prediction Fantasy Cricket Tips Dream11 Team
The Hundred Dream11 Prediction.
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SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021

SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, and Injury Update of The Hundred Women’s Competition match between Southern Brave Women and Oval Invincibles Women.

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Preview:

In the finals of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021, Southern Brave Women will take on Oval Invincibles Women at Lord’s, London.

Oval Invincibles Women will be fighting against Southern Brave Women for the second time this season.

After a full month of thrilling encounters, the inaugural season of The Hundred comes to an end as the Southern Brave and Oval Invincibles lock horns tonight in the women’s competition final at the iconic Lord’s London for the final glory.

With seven wins and just one defeat in eight encounters, Southern Brave finished as the group leader that eventually earned them a direct entry into the finals whereas Oval Invincibles have paved their way through the Eliminator round after finishing second in the group leg with four wins, three defeats and one no result in eight encounters.

The last time they played against each other in this season, Southern Brave Women beat Oval Invincibles Women by 30 runs.

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Details:

Venue: Lord’s, London

Date & Time: 21st August, at 07:30 PM IST

Live Score: Cricketaddictor

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Pitch Report:

The pitch of The Rose Bowl is a good batting track, there should be some help on offer for the bowlers as well. The batters should enjoy the ball coming onto the bat from the start. Batting gets easier in the second half. Chasing is the ideal option upon win the toss.

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Playing XIs:

SOB-W: Danielle Wyatt, Gaby Lewis, Sophia Dunkley, Stafanie Taylor, Maia Bouchier, Amanda Wellington, Anya Shrubsole (c), Fi Morris, Tara Norris, Carla Rudd (wk), Lauren Bell

OVI-W: Georgia Adams, Dane van Niekerk (c), Fran Wilson, Marizanne Kapp, Alice Capsey, Mady Villiers, Natasha Farrant, Sarah Bryce (wk), Grace Gibbs, Joanne Gardner, Shabnim Ismail

Top Picks for SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

SOB-W

Sophia Dunkley: In the last match, she scored 20 runs in a 20 ball and take her tally to 244 in eight games. Dunkley striking at 138.13 in this competition.

Stafanie Taylor: The Caribbean skipper and all-rounder might be an effective option as a fantasy captain. She remained unbeaten in the first five matches in the competition and has scored 164 runs. Moreover, she has taken three wickets with the ball.

Danielle Wyatt: She will be a top batting option in the match. The England opener has looked in good touch. Smashed 53 runs from 34 balls in the last match and has scored 208 runs in 8 matches while striking at 132.48.

Amanda-Jade Wellington: Has been in superb form with the ball. Australian leg spinner has picked 13 wickets with the best figure of 4/14.

OVI – W

Dane van Niekerk: She has been good with both bat and ball. She has mustered 233 runs in 8 innings at an average of 46.60 while striking at 107.90 and has picked up 7 wickets as well.

Marizanne Kapp: She could be an effective captaincy option in a fantasy team. in the last match, she did an all-rounder performance as she picked 3 wickets and smashed 37 runs with the bat as well. Scored 124 runs and picked up 7 wickets.

Georgia Adams: Was considered a player of the match in the last match as she smashed unbeaten 37 runs in the last match. Overall, she has mustered 129 runs in 8 innings.

Alice Capsey performed well with bat and ball in the previous match. Scored 26 runs and picked up a wicket to takes her tally to 132 runs and 8 wickets.

Natasha Farrant: She has been brilliant with the ball so far in this tournament. She has picked up 18 wickets in 9 matches. She will be a crucial pick in the fantasy team.

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Must Picks for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11  Points
Sophia Dunkley 181 runs 29, 34, 73, 30, 89
Stafanie Taylor 80 runs + 2 wicket 60, 33, 2, 27, 29
Amanda-Jade Wellington 9 wickets 126, 2, 4, 29, 114
Dane van Niekerk  113 runs +3 wickets 35, 45, 152, 28, 43
Alice Capsey  47 runs + 5 wickets 82, 45, 53, 65, 37
Natash Farrant  10 wickets 33, 100, 43, 57, 120

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Dane Van Niekerk, Amanda Wellington

Vice-Captain – Danielle Wyatt, Tash Farrant

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Sarah Bryce, Carla Rudd

Batsmen–  Danielle Wyatt(vc), Sophia Dunkley, Georgia Adams

All Rounders–  Dane Van Niekerk(c), Alice Capsey, Marizanne Kapp, Amanda Wellington

Bowlers– Tash Farrant, Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Bell   

SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream XI Team, The Hundred Women's Competition 2021
SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Sarah Bryce,Carla Rudd

Batsmen–  Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Georgia Adams

All Rounders–  Dane Van Niekerk, Amanda Wellington(c), Alice Capsey

BowlersTash Farrant(vc), Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Bell   

SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream XI Team, The Hundred Women's Competition 2021
SOB-W vs OVI-W Dream11 Prediction

SOB-W vs OVI-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Winner:

Southern Brave 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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OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021

OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, and Injury Update of The Hundred Women’s Competition match between Oval Invincibles Women and Birmingham Phoenix Women.

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Preview:

In the Eliminator match of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021, Oval Invincibles Women will lock horns with Birmingham Phoenix Women at Kennington Oval, London.

After 32 matches and campaigns that ebbed and flowed throughout last month, we have three teams left in the inaugural The Hundred women’s competition, out of whom one will be knocked out on Friday. Oval Invincibles take on the Birmingham Phoenix in the Eliminator.

Both teams have had opposite campaigns as the Invincibles started their campaign with a few wins on the trot before losing a couple of them in a row, but won when it mattered to finish second in the points table.

While Birmingham Phoenix had won only one out of their first five games before winning their last three to qualify, however, they will be without their explosive opener Shafali Verma, who has returned India to join the national team’s camp ahead of India’s tour of Australia.

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Details:

Venue: Kennington Oval, London

Date & Time: 20th August, at 07:30 PM IST

Live Score: Cricketaddictor

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Pitch Report:

Traditionally, the surface here at Kennington Oval is a batting-friendly one with slight help for the spinners. The outfield is lightning fast. The surface will become flat in the latter half, and hence, bowling first is a good option.

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Playing XIs:

OVI-W: Georgia Adams, Dane van Niekerk (c), Fran Wilson, Marizanne Kapp, Alice Capsey, Mady Villiers, Natasha Farrant, Grace Gibbs, Joanne Gardner, Sarah Bryce (wk), Shabnim Ismail

BPH-W: Evelyn Jones, Amy Ellen Jones (c & wk), Katie Mack, Erin Burns, Georgia Elwiss, Gwenan Davies, Isabelle Wong, Emily Arlott, Phoebe Franklin, Kirstie Gordon, Abtaha Maqsood

Top Picks for OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

OVI – W

Dane van Niekerk: She has been good with both bat and ball. She has mustered 231 runs in 8 innings at an average of 66.66 while striking at 112.99 and has picked up 6 wickets as well.

Marizanne Kapp: She could be an effective captaincy option in a fantasy team. in the last match, she did an all-rounder performance as she picked 2 wickets and smashed unbeaten 23 runs with the bat as well. Scored 87 runs and picked up 4 wickets.

Georgia Adams: Was considered a player of the match in the last match as she smashed unbeaten 37 runs in the last match. Overall, she has mustered 125 runs in 7 innings.

Natasha Farrant: She has been brilliant with the ball so far in this tournament. She has picked up 14 wickets in 8 matches. She will be a crucial pick in the fantasy team.

BPH-W

Evelyn Jones: The lefthand batswoman is the leading run-getter for Birmingham Phoenix Women in this tournament. She has scored 233 runs at an average of 33.28.

Erin Burns is a useful contributor with both bat and ball. The Aussie all-rounder has 133 runs and 6 wickets to her name in this tournament.

Kirstie Gordon: She has been the best bowler for Birmingham in this 100 ball tournament, in 8 games she has scalped 13 wickets with the best figure of 3/14.

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Must Picks for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11  Points
Erin Burns   114 runs + 3 wickets 7, 61, 37, 86, 60
Evelyn Jones  146 runs + 1 wicket 24, 2, 100, 18, 98
Kirstie Gordon    16 runs + 9 wickets 43, 77, 85, 100, 29
Dane van Niekerk   119 runs + 3 wickets 35, 45, 152, 28, 43
Marizanne Kapp  145 runs + 5 wickets 107, 100, 34
Natasha Farrant  7 wickets 57, 33, 100, 43, 57

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Dane Van Niekerk, Erin Burns

Vice-Captain – Marizanne Kapp, Evelyn Jones

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Amy Jones

Batsmen– Evelyn Jones, Fran Wilson, Katie Mack, Georgia Adams

All RoundersDane Van Niekerk (c), Marizanne Kapp (vc), Erin Burns, Emily Arlott

Bowlers–  Tash Farrant, Kirstie Gordon, Issy Wong

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OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Amy Jones

Batsmen– Evelyn Jones, Joanne Gardner, Katie Mack, Georgia Adams

All RoundersDane Van Niekerk (c), Erin Burns, Alice Capsey

Bowlers–  Tash Farrant, Kirstie Gordon (vc), Grace Gibbs

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OVI-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction

OVI-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Winner:

Oval Invincibles Women are 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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WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021

WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, and Injury Update of The Hundred Women’s Competition match between Welsh Fire Women and London Spirit Women.

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Preview:

In the 32nd match of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021, Welsh Fire Women will take on London Spirit Women at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.

Sophie Luff-led Welsh Fire have already been knocked out of the tournament. They are currently languishing at the bottom of the points table with four points from seven games. The Fire is on a three-match losing streak, including a 39-run loss against their Southern Brave counterparts in their previous outing.

On the other hand, opponents London Spirit after a good start have lost their way in the tournament. The Heather Knight-led team are staring down elimination ahead of their last league encounter tonight, while the Spirit seemed to gain back their momentum after defeating the Northern Superchargers and Manchester Originals.

However, they succumbed to an eight-wicket loss at the hands of the Oval Invincibles, which further dented their cause and they are not in the most comfortable position.

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Details:

Venue: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Date & Time: 18th August, at 07:30 PM IST

Live Score: Cricketaddictor

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Pitch Report:

The Sophia Gardens provides a neutral wicket where both the departments are expected to receive a decent amount of help from the surface. Spinners can come lethal in the middle overs while pacers will be in the game throughout.

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Playing XIs:

WEF-W: Bryony Smith, Hayley Matthews, Georgia Redmayne, Sarah Taylor (wk), Sophie Luff (c), Alice Macleod, Piepa Cleary, Georgia Hennessy, Katie George, Nicole Harvey, Alex Griffiths

LNS-W: Naomi Dattani, Tammy Beaumont (wk), Heather Knight (c), Deandra Dottin, Danielle Gibson, Deepti Sharma, Chloe Tryon, Charlotte Dean, Freya Davies, Sophie Munro, Alice Monaghan

Top Picks for WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

WEF – W

Hayley Matthews: She is one of the best all-rounders in the world. In this tournament too, she has scored 214 runs at an average of 36 and has taken 9 wickets. In this match, she will be a good option for the captain and vice-captain.

Bryony Smith: She has also performed brilliantly in this tournament, scoring 124 runs at a strike rate of 112 and taking 4 wickets. In this match too, she can score good points with bat and ball.

Georgia Redmayne: In the last match she scored only 17 runs but she has been good with the bat in the competition and scoring run consistently, he has scored 152 runs at an average of 30.40.

Piepa Cleary: She is the second-highest wicket-taker from the WEF side; has taken 5 wickets in this tournament so far. In this match also she can get good points from bowling.

LNS-W

Heather Knight: She is the captain of LNS-W in this tournament, has scored 180 runs, and has taken 3 wickets in this tournament. She can be a good option for captain and vice-captain in this match.

Deandra Dottin: West Indies is an all-rounder of origin, she is one of the best all-rounders in the world. In this tournament, she has scored 134 runs in 7 matches and took 3 wickets. She can prove to be a trump card in the dream team.

Deepti Sharma: She has troubled the batsmen a lot on the strength of his tremendous spin bowling. So far in this tournament, she has taken 8 wickets and scored 77 runs. She can score good points with bat and ball, so she needs to be in the dream team.

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Must Picks for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11  Points
Hayley Matthews  151 runs + 8 wickets 122, 107, 97, 20, 85
Bryony Smith  104 runs + 3 wickets 40, 32, 77, 53, 48
Piepa Cleary  3 wickets 4, 29, 68, 7, 12
Heather Knight 119 runs + 1 wicket 43, 7, 38, 82, 48
Deandra Dottin 111 runs 40, 14, 72, 37, 6
Deepti Sharma 46 runs + 6 wickets 30, 63, 35, 107, 15

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Georgia Redmayne, Hayley Mattews

Vice-Captain –  Bryony Smith, Heather Knight

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Tammy Beaumont

Batsmen–  Heather Knight, Georgia Redmayne (c), Naomi Dattani

All Rounders– Deandra Dottin, Deepti Sharma, Hayley Mattews, Bryony Smith (vc)

Bowlers–  Piepa Cleary, Nicole Harvey, Hannah Baker

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WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Prediction

 Suggested Playing XI No.2 for WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Tammy Beaumont

Batsmen–  Heather Knight (vc), Georgia Redmayne, Naomi Dattani

All Rounders– Deandra Dottin, Deepti Sharma, Hayley Mattews (c), Bryony Smith

Bowlers–  Danielle Gibson,, Nicole Harvey, Hannah Baker

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WEF-W vs LNS-W Dream11 Prediction

WEF-W vs LNS-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Winner:

London Spirit 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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NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report and Injury Update- The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021

NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Dream11 Team, and Injury Update of The Hundred Women’s Competition match between Northern Superchargers Women and Birmingham Phoenix Women.

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Preview:

In the 31st match of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2021, Birmingham Phoenix Women will take on Northern Superchargers Women at Headingley, Leeds.

Comparing the performance of both the teams, Northern Superchargers Women has played seven matches so far in which they have won three matches and one match was canceled due to bad weather and they are third in the points table with 7 points.

On the other hand, Birmingham Phoenix Women have also played seven matches so far in which they have won three matches and they are sixth in the points table with 6 points. If Birmingham Phoenix Women is able to win this match then it will move to third place in the points table, while if Northern Superchargers Women manages to win this match then it will move to second place in the points table.

This match will be between both the teams. It is going to be important for both the teams to win this match and enter the field with the intention of securing their place in the top four.

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Match Details:

Venue: Headingley, Leeds

Date & Time: 17th August, at 07:30 PM IST

Live Score: Cricketaddictor

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Pitch Report:

The pitch at Headingley is very good for batting. The ball comes onto the bat nicely and the bowlers need to be on their toes. Both of the completed games at the venue have been won by teams chasing at the ground.

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Playing XIs:

NOS-W: Lauren Winfield Hill (c & wk), Jemimah Rodrigues, Laura Wolvaardt, Bess Heath, Alice Davidson Richards, Sterre Kalis, Beth Langston, Linsey Smith, Kalea Moore, Elizabeth Russell, Katie Levick

BPH-W:  Shafali Verma, Evelyn Jones, Amy Ellen Jones (c & wk), Katie Mack, Erin Burns, Georgia Elwiss, Gwenan Davies, Isabelle Wong, Emily Arlott, Kirstie Gordon, Abtaha Maqsood

Top Picks for NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:

NOS-W

Jemimah Rodrigues: The Indian batswoman is the leading run-scorer in the Hundred Women’s, she has amassed 248 runs in six innings at an average of 50 and is striking at 154  so she will be a good option for a captain.

Alice Davidson-Richards: She is a good captaincy option in your fantasy team, the bowling all-rounder has been brilliant with both bat and bowl in the tournament. she has scalped 7 wickets, also mustered 107 runs in this tournament.

Linsey Smith is the leading wicket-taker for Superchargers. She scalped 8 wickets in this tournament so far. She has chipped in with 30 runs as well.

BPH-W

Shafali Verma: The Indian opener and attacking batswoman smashed an unbeaten 76 against Wlase Fire Women in the last match. Overall she has scored 163 runs at a strike rate of 139 in this tournament.

Evelyn Jones: The lefthand batswoman is the leading run-getter for Birmingham Phoenix Women in this tournament. She has scored 169 runs at an average of 28.16.

Kirstie Gordon: She has been the best bowler for Birmingham in this 100 ball tournament, in seven games she has scalped 12 wickets with the best figure of 3/14.

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Must Picks for Dream11 Team Prediction:

Player Statistics (Last 5 matches) Dream 11  Points
Shafali Verma  144 runs 29, 21, 29, 103, 23
Evelyn Jones  115 runs + 1 wicket 48, 24, 2, 100, 18
Kirstie Gordon    16 runs + 8 wickets 4, 43, 77, 85, 100
Jemimah Rodrigues  156 runs 84, 21, 86, 25, 12
Alice Davidson-Richards 84 runs + 5 wickets 59, 109, 54, 31, 5
Linsey Smith 30 runs + 5 wickets 46, 32, 67, 10, 48

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Alice Davidson Richards, Evelyn Jones

Vice-Captain –Kirstie Gordon, Linsey Smith

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Amy Jones

Batsmen–  Laura Wolvaardt, Jemimah Rodrigues, Shefali Verma, Evelyn Jones

All RoundersAlice Davidson Richards(c), Erin Burns, Emily Arlott

Bowlers–  Linsey Smith, Kirstie Gordon(vc), Liz Russell

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NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Team:

Wicketkeeper–  Amy Jones

Batsmen–  Laura Wolvaardt, Jemimah Rodrigues, Shefali Verma, Evelyn Jones(c)

All Rounders– Alice Davidson Richards, Erin Burns, Emily Arlott

Bowlers–  Linsey Smith(vc), Kirstie Gordon, Liz Russell

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NOS-W vs BPH-W Dream11 Prediction

NOS-W vs BPH-W The Hundred Women’s Competition Probable Winner:

Northern Superchargers 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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