Austria Women vs Germany Women, 2020 – 3rd T20I: 11Wickets Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Christina Gough scored 72 from 62 balls while opening the batting and was economical with the ball later on.
Published - Aug 13, 2020 2:46 am | Updated - Aug 13, 2020 2:46 am
The 3rd game of the 5-match T20I series between Austria Women and Germany Women will be played at the Seebarn Cricket Ground in Harmannsdorf.
The match starts at 2:30 PM local time (6:00 PM IST) (12:30 PM GMT).
This game can be streamed live on YouTube channel of European Cricket Network.
Thursday will witness a doubleheader between Austria Women and Germany Women in Harmannsdorf. The Germany Women, who extended their T20I winning streak to five matches, will be looking to end the day by taking the winning spree to seven games. The first match saw an astonishing difference between the two teams as Germany team were a level ahead of the hosts in all departments. Austria Women, the No.50 ranked side, have a lot of effort to put on Thursday to match the German team.
There could be rain at the Seebarn Cricket Ground late in the evening but the match is expected to be finished by that time.
The Seebarn Cricket Ground in Harmannsdorf is hosting this Women’s T20I series on a matting track which is quite uncommon when it comes to International cricket. Hence, we might not see any gradual change in the nature of pitch due to multiple matches in a single day.
Average first innings score: 165 (Women’s T20I matches)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 0, Lost – 1
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Janet Ronalds, Anuradha Doddaballapur (C), Anne Bierwisch, Christina Gough, Emma Bargna, Karthika Vijayaraghavan, Verena Stolle, Milena Beresford, Suzanne McAnanama-Brereton, Claire Pfalzner-Gibbon, Asmita Kohli, Sharanya Sadarangani (WK).
Bench – Antonia Meyenborg, Kainat Qureshi, Lena Skatulla.
Andrea-Mae Zepeda (C), Tugce Kazanci, Rezarta Avdylaj, Sylvia Kailath, Priya Sabu, Harjot Dhaliwal (WK), Anisha Nookala, Valentina Avdylaj, Harjivan Bhullar, Büsra UCA, Ayse Atis.
Bench – Albulena Avdylaj, Soujanya Chamundaiah, Derya Ortasulak, Ashmaan Saifee, Jo-An Stiglitz, Raphaela Tröbinger.
Anuradha Doddaballapur scored an unbeaten 40 while batting one down for Germany and also picked up a wicket.
Janet Ronalds opened the batting in the first T20I for Germany Women where she ended up with a 29-ball 27.
Christina Gough scored 72 from 62 balls while opening the batting and was economical with the ball later on in the first T20I.
Andrea-Mae Zepeda, the Austria skipper, scored an unbeaten 35 and gave away only 22 runs in four overs during the first T20I.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain options – Christina Gough, Anuradha Doddaballapur, Emma Bargna
Vice-Captain options – Asmita Kohli, Andrea-Mae Zepeda, Janet Ronalds
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Sharanya Sadarangani
Batters – Janet Ronalds, Priya Sabu, Sylvia Kailath
All-Rounders – Anuradha Doddaballapur (VC), Christina Gough (C), Andrea-Mae Zepeda
Bowlers – Emma Bargna, Rezarta Avdylaj, Asmita Kohli, Milena Beresford
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Karthika Vijayaraghavan
Batters – Janet Ronalds, Anne Bierwisch, Sylvia Kailath, Priya Sabu
All-Rounders – Anuradha Doddaballapur, Christina Gough, Andrea-Mae Zepeda
Bowlers – Emma Bargna (C), Rezarta Avdylaj, Asmita Kohli (VC)
There is a slight possibility of rain around the close of the second innings. Hence, Germany could prefer to bowl first if they bat first. Austria will obviously ensure they bat first considering after the first match debacle. In such case, the Germany bowlers will be crucial who is expected to run through the Austria line-up.
Austria Women might have very little to do against Germany Women going by the performances on Wednesday.