ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI and Pitch Report for 3rd-place Play-off of CWG Women’s Cricket 2022
ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction: On Sunday, August 7, at Edgbaston in Birmingham, New Zealand Women (NZ-W) and England (ENG-W) will face off in the Women’s T20 Commonwealth Games 2022 third-place play-off.
The Indians defeated England in the semifinals despite England’s impressive showing in the group round. They are still in the running for a podium finish, though, so they will believe they are in the lead. On the other side, New Zealand enters the contest after suffering two straight defeats, one of which occurred against England during the group stage. Although players like Suzie Bates and Sophia Devine have held their own, the White Ferns will need their younger players to do well today. Birmingham promises to be an interesting encounter as both teams strive to finish the tournament with a bronze medal.
England Women vs New Zealand Women, Third-Place Play-Off
Date and Time: 7th August, 2022, 2:30 PM IST
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham
ENG-W vs NZ-W, Third-Place Play-Off, Pitch Report:
Even though the pitch at Edgbaston is probably going to be slower than average, it will still be a terrific one for batting. The new ball should have some movement, resulting in a competitive match between the pacers and batters. The surface should slow down and make the spinners more effective as the game goes on. When winning the toss, both teams will ideally try to bat first because the weather is favourable for it.
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ENG-W vs NZ-W, 12th T20I Probable Playing XIs:
Sophie Devine (c), Suzie Bates, Amelia Kerr, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Izzy Gaze (wk), Lea Tahuhu, Georgia Plimmer, Fran Jonas, Hannah Rowe and Hayley Jansen.
Sophia Dunkley, Danielle Wyatt, Alice Capsey, Natalie Sciver (c), Amy Jones (wk), Maia Bouchier, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Kemp, Issy Wong and Sarah Glenn.
Top Picks for ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Match:
Top Picks – New Zealand Women
Amy Jones has been producing respectable hits in the middle order over the last several games for England. No matter where she hits, the keeper-batter is capable of scoring quickly. Jones is a player to keep an eye on in this match because she is also a fantastic goalkeeper.
Sophie Ecclestone has been England’s go-to bowler for wickets in the middle and death overs despite being a bit overpriced in the team’s previous match against India. Her record speaks for itself; she is among the best bowlers in the world. The left-arm spinner is a strong addition to your ENG-W vs. NZ-W Dream11 fantasy team because she is eager to regain some form.
Top Picks – England Women
Suzie Bates has been one of the best batters in the game, despite the fact that she was held scoreless in the semifinal matchup with Australia. She has 131 runs under her belt as well as a tonne of experience. Given her recent form and propensity for scoring big runs at the top of the order, Bates can be counted on to put up some significant runs today.
Amelia Kerr scored a few runs against Australia in the previous match, but she hasn’t played her best throughout the competition. In any case, Kerr is a premier all-rounder, and her capacity to take wickets in the middle overs is particularly impressive. The White Ferns all-rounder is a must-have in your ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 fantasy team since she is expected to have a strong performance.
Important stats for ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 prediction team
Freya Kemp – 2/22 vs India Women in the previous game.
Natalie Sciver – 41(43) vs India Women in the previous game.
Suzie Bates – 131 runs in 4 matches in this tournament, Average: 43.67
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Amy Jones, Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Natalie Sciver, Sophie Ecclestone, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu and Freya Kemp.
Captain: Sophia Dunkley | Vice-captain: Amelia Kerr.
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for ENG-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Amy Jones, Alice Capsey, Sophia Dunkley, Suzie Bates, Georgia Plimmer, Amelia Kerr, Natalie Sciver, Sophie Ecclestone, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu and Sarah Glenn.
Captain: Natalie Sciver | Vice-captain: Amelia Kerr.