CWG 2022: NZ-W vs SA-W Dream11 Prediction 3rd T20I: 3 Players You Should Avoid in Your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team
These players did not exude enough confidence with their performances in their last series.
Updated - Jul 30, 2022 12:40 pm
Cricket at Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022 started with a strong footfall at Edgbaston. Match 3 of the event will witness New Zealand Women (NZ-W) locking horns with South Africa Women (SA-W) on Saturday (30 July). Both teams will certainly miss the services of their key players in the tournament. New Zealand’s Katey Martin and Amy Satterthwaite have called time on their international career.
On the other hand, the experienced Marizanne Kapp and Trisha Chetty will not be available due to personal and injury reasons respectively. It will be interesting to see which team gets a winning start in the coveted tournament.
Here are 3 players you should avoid in your fantasy teams for the NZ-W vs SA-W game:
1. Sune Luus:
The captain of the Proteas team, Luus had missed the final T20I match against England due to injury. Furthermore, she was dismal with her performances in the England limited overs, where she managed to accumulate only 21 runs in five innings.
Also, the 26-year-old last bowled a month ago, in a practice match. In the shortest format, the all-rounder has 890 runs and 48 wickets to her name.
2. Brooke Halliday:
The middle-order batter Halliday has made limited appearances for the White Ferns in international cricket. In 17 ODIs, she has 356 runs at an average of 22.25. The 26-year-old has scored only 73 runs in nine innings, at a mere average of 14.60. She could score only 58 runs in the ODI World Cup this year in four appearances.
3. Shabnim Ismail:
One of the finest bowlers to grace the cricket field for the Proteas team, Ismail is undergoing through a rough patch. The strike bowler could only secure two wickets in as many appearances of the 50-over series against England at a grim average of 59. Furthermore, the 33-year-old could not take even a single wicket in the T20I leg against Three Lionesses.