CWG 2022: AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction Semi-Final 2: 3 Players You Should Avoid in Your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team
New Zealand batter Brooke Halliday has scored just 23 runs off 32 balls in the 2022 Commonwealth Games so far.
Updated - Aug 5, 2022 8:04 pm
Australia Women (AUS-W) face their neighbors New Zealand Women (NZ-W) in the 2nd Semi-final clash of the 2022 Commonwealth Games at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Saturday. Australia beat Pakistan in their last match by 44 runs to finish Group B at the top with six points. Beth Mooney and Tahlia McGrath smashed unbeaten fifties and the latter took three wickets as well.
New Zealand finished Group A in the second position after their heavy defeat against England in the last match. New Zealand were restricted to just 71 runs while batting first with Maddy Green scoring the highest 23 runs.
Here are 3 players you should avoid in your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team for the AUS-W vs NZ-W game:
1. Brooke Halliday:
The 26-year-old all-rounder scored only one run in the last match and was run out on her ninth ball. She has scored only 23 runs despite playing 32 balls in this tournament so far. Her recent numbers are also not convincing enough and she is likely yot get dropped from the squad after this tournament. Halliday has scored only 96 runs in 13 T20I matches at a poor average of 13.71 and a strike rate of 88.88.
2. Izzy Gaze:
The 18-year-old wicketkeeper batter made her international debut for New Zealand in this tournament. She didn’t get a chance to bat in the opening match and she failed to make an impact in the last two matches with just 20 runs. Before this tournament, she failed to score in double-digits in her last seven matches with just 23 runs. In the last match, Gaze managed to score only 4 runs off 11 balls and was unfortunate to run out.
3. Grace Harris:
The experienced all-rounder smashed 37 runs off just 20 balls in the opening match against India Women to guide her team to a comeback win. But she didn’t get a chance to bat in the last match with the top-order is in great form as always. In fact, Harris has been part of Australia’s last six matches but got a chance to bat only once. She has taken 6 T20I wickets but was not given a chance to bowl in the last six matches as well.