|Match||NZ W Vs TL W Dream11|
|League||ICC Woen’s T20 Warm-Up|
|Stadium||Karen Rolton Oval|
|Prediction||NZ-W Will Win|
NZ-W Vs TL-W Dream11 Prediction
New Zealand Women locking horns with Thailand Women in the 8th match of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup warm-up game. New Zealand Women are coming off with a loss against England women as they failed in both the departments. They will look to put up the commendable performance against the Thailand Women and utilize the warm-up matches for the mega event. On the other hand, Thailand Women will look to perform well in both the departments and try to finalize the balanced team for the opening match. The last warm-up match was abandoned due to wet outfield and they will look to make use of most of the opportunities when they face New Zealand Women.
It is expected to be cloudy and the chances of rain are very bleak. The temperature is set to hover between 22° to 26° Celsius.
The pitch at Karen Rolton Oval has proved to be a batting-friendly wicket in the warm-ups so far. The temperature will hover between 15 to 22 Degree Celsius. The weather is partly Cloudy and however, no rainfall is expected during the game. The Humidity will be around 48% and wind will blow at 27 km/h.
The average first innings score is 145 and the average second innings score is 140. The chasing team has won three matches out of 4 matches. (NZ-W Vs TL-W Dream11)
NZ-W Vs TL-W Playing 11
New Zealand Women: Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine (C), Katie Perkins, Lea Tahuhu, Rachel Priest (WK), Maddy Green, Holly Huddleston, Hayley Jensen, Katey Martin, Leigh Kasperek, Anna Peterson, Amelia Kerr, Lauren Down, Rosemary Mair, Jess Kerr.
Thailand Women: Nattakan Chantam, Naruemol Chaiwai, Nattaya Boochatham, Nannapat Koncharoenkai (WK), Sornnarin Tippoch (C), Ratanaporn Padunglerd, Chanida Sutthiruang, Rosenan Kanoh, Phannita Maya, Suleeporn Laomi, Soraya Lateh, Onnicha Kamchomphu, Thipatcha Puttawong, Wongpaka Liengprasert, Suwanan Khiaoto.
Note: This Is Warm-Up Match So, Lineups Or Playing11 Will Not Come For This Match. All Players Will Play This Match.
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Wicket-keepers: Rachel Priests return to New Zealands squad hasn’t gone as planned so far with just 60 runs from four matches (Including the warm-up match against England). However, the second and final practice game provides another opportunity for Priest to find her typical attacking intent and form ahead of the World Cup.
Batters: One batter who is in form would be Suzie Bates without any sort of doubt. Among the Top two batters in the White Ferns set-up, Bates carried her brilliant form from the South Africa series to the warm-up game against England and came up with a patient 33-run knock. Bates will be joined by middle-order batswomen Maddy Green with New Zealand expected to flourish against Thailand. Arguably Thailands best batter, Nattakan Chantam will be another key pick for the Dream11 team. Chantam has been in fantastic form of late with good performances during the tours of Australia and India. Her opening partner, Naruemol Chaiwai who had finished as Thailand’s leading run-scorer during the Qualifiers will complete our batting contingent.
All-rounders: Despite a quiet warm-up game performance against England, Sophie Devine will still be our teams captain. The Kiwi skipper camne to Australia on the back of a stellar T201 series against the Proteas Women where she had made 297 runs in four outings. Last year, Devine also lit up the Women’s Big Bash League with both bat and ball. Although not on the same scale, young leg-spinner Amelia Kerr also had a fruitful WBBL campaign and the confidence from that experience was tangible as she went onto finish the T201 series against South Africa as the leading wicket-taker with five scalps.
Bowlers: Given Thailand wouldn’t be used to the extreme pace, Lea Tahuhu will be a must for this game as she can bowl at 115-120 KPH. Along with her, the wily off-spinner Leigh Kasperek could tie down the Thailand batsman during the powerplay overs. Finally, Thailands own leg-spinner Suleeporn Laomi will be a great final addition to this fantasy team. Laomi is her countrys second-highest leading wicket-taker in T201 cricket with 43 scalps from 35 games.
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