CWG 2022: SA-W vs SL-W Dream11 Prediction 11th T20I: 3 Players You Should Avoid in Your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team
Although these players have fine experience, they have lacked consistency in the last few months.
Updated - Aug 3, 2022 7:24 pm
Match 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will witness South Africa (SA-W) taking on Sri Lanka Women Women (SL-W) on Thursday (4th August). It will be a dead rubber, as both teams will not be able to seal the semi-finals due to losses in the first two games. However, they will now have the opportunity to employ different strategies, which can work for them in the near future. Furthermore, it will be critical for both teams to finish well and get confidence under their belt for their upcoming series/tournaments.
3 Players You Should Avoid for SA-W vs SL-W game:
1. Nadine de Klerk
The bowling all-rounder has been rather average with her performances across all the formats in the last few months. Klerk missed the 2022 World Cup due to an ankle fracture. Then, she featured in the ODI series against England, but could not feature in the T20I leg due to an injury. After recovering from injury, the 22-year-old Klerk finished with figures of 0/34 in two overs of her first appearance in the CWG 2022.
2. Mignon du Preez
The middle-order batter had been terrific in the 2021/22 season of Women’s Big Bash League. However, Mignon’s form started to dip in the World Cup, wherein she could contribute only 161 runs in eight innings. In the last five international appearances, the 33-year-old garnered only 55 runs. The last innings against England in the CWG 2022 witnessed her scoring only 1 and is in abysmal form.
3. Harshitha Madavi Samarawickrama
The middle-order batter of Sri Lanka’s line-up has not produced strong performances, since scoring 75 in June this year. Harshitha has only 27 runs in two innings of the ongoing tournament, with the contribution of only 5 in the recent fixture against New Zealand. In 22 innings of the shortest format, the 24-year-old has garnered only 305 runs, at an average of 16.95.