CWG 2022 - AUS-W vs BAR-W Dream11 Prediction: Top 3 Captain or Vice-Captain Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team

CWG 2022: AUS-W vs BAR-W Dream11 Prediction 6th T20I – Top 3 Captain or Vice-Captain Picks in AUS-W vs BAR-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team

These three players are quite experienced in the T20I format.

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Top 3 Captain or Vice-Captain Picks in AUS-W vs BAR-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

It will be an interesting encounter when Australia Women (AUS-W) will lock horns with Barbados (BAR-W) team in Match 6 of Commonwealth Games 2022. In their first outing, Australia lost early wickets but managed to chase down the target of 155, with one over to spare. On the other hand, West Indies defended their total of 144 to secure a 15-run victory in their tournament opener.

3 players you can pick as captain or vice-captain for AUS-W vs BAR-W game:

1. Hayley Mathews

The experienced all-rounder has been promoted to the opening slot due to her impressive batting performances in the last few months. In her last five innings, Mathews has hit half-centuries on two occasions. The first game of this event witnessed the 24-year-old scoring 51 off 50 and finishing with figures of 1/13 off four overs. In 62 T20Is, she has amassed 1106 runs and picked up 59 wickets and will be a key player for the Barbados team.

2. Jess Jonassen

The experienced spinner had been inconsistent until 2019, with her wicket-taking abilities. Afterwards, Jonassen translated her WBBL success into international cricket. In the recent Tri-series involving Ireland and Pakistan, the 29-year-old returned with six wickets in two matches.

In the first game of the CWG against the Indian team, she put up a strong show with the ball, taking four wickets. The talented left-arm bowler used the drift quite well and was intelligent with her lengths. She can be the vice-captain pick for your fantasy team.

3. Meg Lanning

The Australian skipper has been in fine form this year. Lanning notched up 394 runs in the ODI World Cup and proved to be a key force for the team in their title victory. Then, the 30-year-old was the top-scorer for Australia in the Ireland Tri-series with 113 runs in two innings. Although she failed to get going against India, Lanning is expected to make a fighting comeback.