Wellington Women, after winning their first game, will be playing against the only team in the competition to have scored 200+ i.e. Canterbury Women in yet another New Zealand Women’s Domestic One Day tournament (New Zealand Women’s ODD).
CM-W vs WB-W Match Details, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The 6th game of the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield 2020-21 will be played between Canterbury Women and Wellington Women on 20th of December at Hegley Oval, Christchurch. The game is scheduled to begin at 2:30 AM IST and the live score and commentary can be seen on FanCode and Cricbuzz in India.
CM-W vs WB-W Match Preview, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Both the teams are coming off a victory in their respective last games. Wellington chased down a below-par score of 188 against the Central Districts while Canterbury Women smashed 236 runs and won by 84 runs against the Northern Districts.
Jacinta Savage was the pick of the bowlers for the Canterbury as she took 6 wickets in 7.1 overs by giving away just 18 runs, she also was the highest scorer of the game by scoring 59 runs. Wellington was helped by unbeaten 63 runs from their wicket-keeper Jessica McFadyen.
CM-W vs WB-W Weather Report, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The temperature is expected to be around 12-17°C on the match day and the sky will have some scattered dark clouds, the game might see rain interruptions and a shortened game will be seen.
CM-W vs WB-W Pitch Report, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The pitch at the Hagley Oval, Christchurch is a neutral one and will assist both batters and bowlers equally, new ball bowlers have benefitted from the overcast condition. Initial swing moment will be seen and it might persist little longer than usual.
Average 1st innings score:
Record of chasing teams:
60% matches in this tournament have been won by the side chasing scores.
CM-W vs WB-W Injury Update, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
(Will be added when there is an update)
CM-W vs WB-W Probable XIs, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Wellington Women: Rebecca Burns, Georgia Plimmer, Thamsyn Newton (C), Caitlin King, Jessica McFadyen, Jess Kerr, Maneka Singh, Xara Jetly, Bethany Molony, Natasha Codyre, Kate Chandler
Bench: Sophie Divine, Amilia Kerr, Maddy Green, Leah Kasperek
Canterbury Women: Frances Mackay, Emma Kench, Kate Ebrahim, Natalie Cox, Jacinta Savage, Kirsty nation, Laura Hughes, Gabby Sullivan, Melissa Banks, Kate Sims, Sarah Asmussen
Bench: Georgia Edge, Jessica Simmons, Kristy Havill
CM-W vs WB-W Top Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team:
Jacinta Savage had a dream game in the first match, she took 6 wickets and scored 59 runs, she is batting in the middle overs which is ideal in these conditions, she will be a must-have pick after this remarkable performance.
Natalie Cox is batting at number four and scored 37 runs off 46 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes, she played mostly ground shots and most of her shots were safe. She is also a good fielder and is placed at important positions.
Jessica McFadyen is a wicket-keeper batswoman, she can produce fantasy points in multiple ways, she scored unbeaten 63 runs in her last innings with the help of 4 boundaries and one six.
Kate Chandler bowled beautifully in her last innings, she took 3 wickets in her 10 overs, giving just 39 runs. She is generally economical and amongst the wickets.
CM-W vs WB-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Captain – Jacinta Savage, Jessica McFadyen
Vice-Captain – Natalie Cox, Kate Chandler.
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for CM-W vs WB-W Dream11 Prediction And Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Jessica McFadyen (VC)
Batsmen – Rebecca Burns, Natalie Cox, Kate Chandler.
All-rounders – Kate Ibrahim, Thamsyn Newton, Jacinta Savage (C), Maneka Singh
Bowlers – Bethany Molony, Xara Jetly, Sarah Asmussen
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for CM-W vs WB-W Dream11 Prediction And Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Jessica McFadyen
Batsmen – Rebecca Burns, Natalie Cox, Kate Chandler
All-rounders – Kate Ibrahim, Thamsyn Newton, Jacinta Savage (C), Frances Mackay.
Bowlers – Sarah Asmussen, Bethany Molony, Jess Kerr (VC)
CM-W vs WB-W Expert Advice, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
In these bowling friendly pitches, try to pick players that can contribute from multiple disciplines. Top-order batsmen haven’t performed well yet, you can risk to drop them in your fantasy lineups.
CM-W vs WB-W Probable Winners, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Canterbury has a strong batting side which is complemented by equally good bowling lineup, they are the favourites against Wellington Women.