KIA Women’s Super League, 2019: Match 30, Southern Vipers vs Loughborough Lightning: Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Danielle Wyatt is the leading run-getter of the tournament with 341 runs in the KSL 2019.
Updated - Oct 24, 2019 7:29 pm
The 30th match of the Kia Super League 2019 will be played between Southern Vipers and Loughborough Lightning at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.
The match starts at 6:30 PM local time (11:00 PM IST) (5:30 PM GMT).
Southern Vipers and Loughborough Lightning will face on Wednesday which could be a warm-up for the semi-final between them on the finals day. The result of the game is hardly going to make a difference to the points table. Loughborough is placed at No.2 in the points table having won six matches including three of them by bonus point. They are currently on a 5-match winning streak which began with a win over Surrey Stars.
Lightning won only one of their first four matches. They lost two matches by huge margins to Western Storm, who are yet to lose a match this season. The other defeat came against Southern Vipers who sneaked in a 2-wicket win at the start of the season. The Vipers have gone opposite to the Lightning as the two of the three matches they lost this tournament came in the last ten days where they played three games.
The weather in Southampton is expected to be inconsistent on Wednesday. The Rose Bowl is expected to be under clouds throughout the day with spells of rain. About 25-35% chances of rain is expected during match timings. The facilities at the Ageas oval are good enough to get a game once the rain stops.
The Rose Bowl has been on the slower side in recent times. Even in the T20 Blast, the scores below 150 have been defended successfully. In the previous match between Vipers and Diamonds, the home team managed to defending 127. The team winning the toss could elect to bat first and aim anything over 140.
Average first innings score: 139 (KSL games since 2018)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 2, Lost – 3
Injury and Availability News:
Stafanie Taylor missed the previous two matches due to tight niggle.
Shabnim Ismail replaced Hayley Matthews in the Loughborough Lightning squad.
Probable Playing XIs:
Danielle Wyatt, Suzie Bates, Tammy Beaumont (C & WK), Maia Bouchier, Thea Brookes, Paige Scholfield, Amanda Wellington, Fi Morris, Tash Farrant, Charlie Dean, Lauren Bell.
Bench: Marie Kelly, Stafanie Taylor, Carla Rudd, Issy Wong.
Amy Jones (WK), Chamari Atapattu, Mignon du Preez, Abbey Freeborn, Georgia Elwiss (C), Georgia Adams, Jenny Gunn, Kathryn Bryce, Sarah Glenn, Shabnim Ismail, Kirstie Gordon.
Bench: Alice Monaghan, Lucy Higham, Jo Gardner, Tara Norris.
Suzie Bates hasn’t been consistent in the tournament but has done a decent job with the ball. Chamari Atapattu and Georgia Elwiss had a couple of good matches recently. After a string of low scores, Amy Jones bounced back with an unbeaten 66 in the previous match.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Danielle Wyatt, Mignon du Preez, Suzie Bates, Amy Jones
Vice-Captain – Chamari Atapattu, Tammy Beaumont, Georgia Elwiss, Amanda Wellington
There is no stopping Danielle Wyatt as she has three fifties and a score of 42 across her previous four innings. Given her decent success with the ball in the tournament, she can be trusted as captain.
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones
Batsmen – Danielle Wyatt (C), Suzie Bates, Chamari Atapattu, Mignon du Preez (VC)
All-Rounders – Georgia Elwiss, Jenny Gunn
Bowlers – Amanda Wellington, Tash Farrant, Sarah Glenn
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones
Batsmen – Suzie Bates (C), Chamari Atapattu (VC), Danielle Wyatt, Mignon du Preez
All-Rounders – Georgia Elwiss, Kathryn Bryce
Bowlers – Amanda Wellington, Tash Farrant, Shabnim Ismail
Stafanie Taylor injured her tight couple of day ago. She might not be forced to play this game. But if picked, she can be selected in the fantasy team in place of Jenny Gunn or Kathryn Bryce. Shabnim Ismail might be brought into the playing XI straight away keeping the finals day in mind.
Loughborough Lightning are expected to record their 6th straight win.