New Zealand women will be bounced back in this match.
After winning the T20I Series 2-1 the English women are now aiming to seal the ODI Series. They played according to the game plan, winning their first ODI in 30 runs and a 1-0 lead in a three-game series. Heather Knight worked for the women in England and helped raise the total to win the match, and then the collective performance from the bowlers brought them a victory.
New Zealand women recovered well in the run chase, but fell short of their goals in 30 runs.They took a lot of positives from 1NS Aiming to bounce in the game and 2NS Series match. It’s a winning game for them to stay alive in the series.
Women in England vs. Women in New Zealand, second ODI
venue: County Ground, New Road, Worcester
Date Time: September 19NS, IST at 3:30 pm and local time at 11:00 am
Live broadcast: Sony Sports Network
County Ground, New Road hosts international equipment after a long gap of 22 years. Wickets are expected to be neutral for both batters and bowlers to have the opportunity to shine equally.
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EN-W and NZ-W XI playability:
Lauren Winfield Hill, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight (c), Nat Sciver, Amy Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkle, Catherine Brandt, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Charlotte Deane, Freyja・ Davis
New Zealand woman
Lauren Down, Suzie Bates, Maddy Green, Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Divine (c), Katie Martin (wk), Brooke Holiday, Hannah Rowe, Jess Carr, Lee Toughf, Lee Lee Casperek
Top picks for EN-W vs NZ-W Dream 11 matches:
Top pick – – England girls
Heather Night One of the most successful captains Britain has ever experienced. She played Captain Knock and accumulated valuable 89 runs from 107 balls, so she wasn’t disappointed with the first ODI.
Catherine Brandt The first ODI had a great show with both bats and balls. Coming to number 7, she recorded 43 runs from 51 deliveries, after which the ball was also delivered by picking up the wicket with an economy of 2.75.
Top pick – – New Zealand woman
Amy Satterthwaite There was a shortage of partners in the first ODI. She remained undefeated in 79 runs from 87 appearances, but unfortunately her gritty knocks weren’t enough for a New Zealand woman to win.
Sophie Divine An experienced activist who can contribute with both bats and balls. She recorded 34 runs in her first ODI and also won two wickets.
EN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Essentials:
We recommend playing EN-W and NZ-W Dream 11 Fantasy Cricket XI No.1.
Katie Martin, Heather Night (c), Lauren Winfield Hill, Maddy Green, Catherine Brandt, Natalie Shiver, Sophie Divine (vc), Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Ecclestone, Lee Toughf, Kate Cross
We recommend playing XI No.2 of EN-W and NZ-W Dream 11 Fantasy Cricket.
Amy Jones, Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont (vc), Maddy Green, Natalie Shiver, Catherine Brandt, Sophie Divine, Amy Satterthwaite (c), Freyja Davis, Lee Toughf, Jess Carr
Choice of high-risk captains for EN-W and NZ-W:
Lauren Winfield Hill She got off to a good start with her first ODI, but couldn’t make the start and finished her innings after recording 21 runs. You can risk choosing her as a skipper for your fantasy team.
Jess Car The first ODI was chosen by a bowler from a New Zealand woman. She continued to choose three ticket gates in the 4.42 economy. You can risk choosing her as the captain of your fantasy team.
Players you should avoid:
Batter slots have so many options that it’s hard to choose Brooke Holiday At the last 11.
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Disclaimer: This team is based on the author’s understanding, analysis, and instinct. When choosing a team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decisions.