Otago Women will be facing off against Central Districts Women in their first game of the Domestic One Day tournament (New Zealand Women’s ODD), Central District has already played three matches till now in this tournament and are at the top of the points table. Catch all the Dream11 Predictions, Fantasy Cricket Tips, and Injury Updates in this article.
OS-W vs CH-W Match Details, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The 5th game of the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield 2020-21 will be played between Otago Women and Central Districts women on 19th of December at University Oval, Dunedin. 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.
OS-W vs CH-W Match Preview, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Central Districts Women will be playing their 4th game of the season, they last played against Wellington Women in which they were defeated by 2 wickets, they posted 187 while batting first with the help of half-centuries from Hannah Rowe and Georgia Atkinson.
Otago Women, on the other hand, will be playing their first match against a well-settled side like Central Districts, they will have to find a good balance in the first match itself if they have to beat them.
OS-W vs CH-W Weather Report, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The temperature is expected to be around 14-17°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.
OS-W vs CH-W Pitch Report, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
The pitch at the University Oval, Dunedin is a neutral one and will assist both batters and bowlers equally, although the bowlers in women’s cricket are always in the game and have higher fantasy potentials.
Average 1st innings score:
Record of chasing teams:
75% matches in this tournament have been won by the side chasing a score.
OS-W vs CH-W Injury Update, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
(Will be added when there is an update)
OS-W vs CH-W Probable XIs, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Central Districts Women: Natalie Dodd, Jess Watkin, Anlo van Deventer, Kerry-Anne Tomlinson, Hannah Rowe, Mikaela Greig, Melissa Hansen, Georgia Atkinson, Monique Rees, Ashtuti Kumar
Bench: Esther Lanser, Emily Cunningham, Rosemary Mair
Otago Women: Millie Rose Cowan, Caitlin Blakely, Polly Inglis, Marina Lamplough, Sophie Oldershaw, Katey Martin, Bella James, Olivia Gain, Suzie Bates, Hayley Jensen, Emma Black
Bench: Sophie Gray, Saffron Wilson, Gemma Adams, Molly Loe.
OS-W vs CH-W Top Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team:
Jess Watkin opens the batting for the Central Districts. While opening in three-game, she has already scored two half-centuries, and is an explosive kind of batter and can score big consistently. Try her as multiplier option in multiple lineups.
Monique Rees has been the best bowler for the Central Districts so far, she has already taken 6 wickets in three games with very low economy rate, she can be a smart multiplier option if the game is shortened due to rain.
Hannah Rowe is a bowling all-rounder, she has performed with both bat and ball in last few games. In the last game against the Wellington, she scored 64 runs and took 1 wicket as well. She can be promoted to top-order by the management after her classy knock in last game.
Suzie Bates is the international Captain of the White ferns, she is a top-class batswoman and can bowl few overs of off-spin in between.
OS-W vs CH-W Captain and Vice-Captain Choices, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Captain – Suzie Bates, Jess Watkin
Vice-Captain – Hannah Rowe, Claudia Green.
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for OS-W vs CH-W Dream11 Prediction And Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Katey Martin
Batsmen – Caitlin Blakely, Anlo van Deventer, Kerry-Anne Tomlinson
All-rounders – Hannah Rowe, Suzie Bates (C), Jess Watkin (VC)
Bowlers – Bhagya Herath, Georgia Atkinson, Monique Ress, Claudia Green
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for OS-W vs CH-W Dream11 Prediction And Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Katey Martin
Batsmen – Caitlin Blakely, Anlo van Deventer,
All-rounders – Hannah Rowe (C), Suzie Bates, Jess Watkin
Bowlers – Georgia Atkinson, Monique Ress, Claudia Green (VC), Marina Lamplough
OS-W vs CH-W Expert Advice, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Pitches in this tournament have supported bowlers heavily, a score of 200+ was seen only once in 8 innings, so try to pick more all-rounders and bowlers in your fantasy side.
OS-W vs CH-W Probable Winners, New Zealand Women’s ODD:
Central Districts Women have the advantage of already playing multiple matches, they have a settled side and are favourites to win this contest.