NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, and Injury Update of the match between New Zealand Women and Australia Women of ICC Women’s World Cup.
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Match Preview:
The 11th match of the ICC Women’s World Cup, 2022 will be played between New Zealand Women and Australia Women at the venue of Basin Reserve, Wellington on Sunday.
Both these sides have won their last two games. After a narrow loss against West Indies Women, New Zealand Women have recorded a couple of convincing wins against Bangladesh Women and India Women.
On the other hand, Australia Women have started off superbly. They beat England Women by 12 runs before recording a big win against Pakistan Women.
Both teams will enter the field with the intention of winning this match.
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Match Details:
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Date & Time: 13th March, at 03:30 AM IST
Live Score: CricketAddictor
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Match Pitch Report:
The pitch at Basin Reserve, Wellington 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 six out of the nine matches played here. Expect the team winning the toss to chase at this venue.
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Match Probable Playing XIs:
NZ-W: Sophie Devine(c), Suzie Bates, Amelia Kerr, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Frances Mackay, Katey Martin(w), Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Kerr, Hannah Rowe
AU-W: Alyssa Healy (wk), Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning (c), Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner, Jess Jonassen, Amanda Wellington, Alana King, Megan Schutt
Top Picks for NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Prediction and Fantasy Cricket Tips:
Sophie Devine: The New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine is one of the best all-rounders in world cricket. She will be a top captaincy candidate. The skipper is the leading scorer for NZ-W, having notched 157 runs, which includes a top score of 108. She can have an impact with the ball too.
Suzie Bates is in splendid form with the bat. The veteran top-order batter notched 87 runs at a strike rate of 116.17. Bates also scored a century in the series against India.
Katey Martin has looked in good touch with the bat. The New Zealand Women’s wicket-keeper has scored 85 runs so far in this tournament.
Amelia Kerr is in fabulous form with both bat and ball. The leg-spinning all-rounder has picked up four wickets and has scored 110 runs at an average of 55.00 in this Women’s World Cup.
Jess Kerr is in good form with the ball. The 24-year-old seamer is a wicket-taking bowler and she returned with figures of 2/43 against West Indies Women. Overall, she has taken 19 wickets from 14 ODIs and she can be handy with the bat too.
Amy Satterthwaite has been one of the key players in New Zealand women’s cricket. Shehas scored 106 runs in two innings. She also has three wickets to her name.
Lea Tahuhu is the leading wicket-taker for her side in the opener as she scalped six wickets at an economy of 3.56.
Beth Mooney has an excellent record in ODI cricket (averages 44.37) and she has been in wonderful form in recent times. The left-hander has scores of 27 and 23 (both unbeaten). Thus, she will be the key for Australia Women.
Ellyse Perry has been a consistent performer for Australia Women over the years. She has the ability to have an impact with both bat and ball. She has taken one wicket and has scored 40 runs without being dismissed in two games. Still, she is an excellent all-rounder pick here.
Meg Lanning has scored 121 runs so far in this tournament. She can play big innings in this match.
Alyssa Healey has scored 100 runs so far in this tournament and is a very good pick here. She is also effective behind the stumps.
Rachael Haynes has a good record in ODI cricket. The left-hander has amassed 164 runs in two matches in this World Cup which includes a splendid 130 against England Women in the first game.
Tahlia McGrath is going to be a top captaincy option. The seam-bowling all-rounder has been in splendid form with both bat and ball. She has scored 169 runs in four innings and has taken 10 wickets in six innings in ODI cricket since the start of 2021. She scalped 2 wickets at an economy rate of 5.10 against England.
Jess Jonassen picked up 2 wickets in the last match against England. She also chips in with the bat and costs just 8.5 credits for the team.
Alana King has bowled beautifully in this competition. The 26-year-old leg-spinner has taken five wickets in two games and has an economy rate of 4.36.
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Must Picks for Dream11 Team Prediction:
|Player||Statistics (Last 5 matches)||Dream11 Points|
|Sophie Devine||157 runs||130, 27, 64|
|Amy Satterthwaite||106 runs + 3 wickets||36, 93, 92|
|Amelia Kerr||110 runs + 4 wickets||66, 66, 146|
|Meg Lanning||121 runs||111, 61|
|Rachael Haynes||164 runs||166, 47|
|Tahlia McGrath||2 wickets||62|
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:
Captain – Rachael Haynes, Amelia Kerr, Tahlia McGrath
Vice-Captain – Amy Satterthwaite, Meg Lanning, Lea Tahuhu
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Team:
Wicketkeeper- Alyssa Healy
Batsmen- Meg Lanning, Suzie Bates, Amy Satterthwaite (VC), Rachael Haynes (C)
All-Rounders- Lea Tahuhu, Amelia Kerr, Tahlia McGrath
Bowlers- Hannah Rowe, Alana King, Jess Kerr
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Team:
Wicketkeeper- Katey Martin
Batsmen- Meg Lanning (VC), Amy Satterthwaite, Rachael Haynes
All-Rounders- Ellyse Perry, Lea Tahuhu, Amelia Kerr (C), Sophie Devine
Bowlers- Amanda Wellington, Alana King, Jess Kerr
NZ-W vs AU-W ICC Women’s World Cup Match Probable Winner:
Australia Women is expected to win this match of ICC Women’s World Cup 2022.
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.