TRT-W vs WEF-W Match Prediction – Who will win today’s The Hundred Women match?
Trent Rockets would be looking to get back to winning ways.
The Trent Rockets will be locking horns with Welsh Fire in Match 21 of the Hundred Women’s 2022 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Monday, August 29. The Rockets have blown hot and cold this season, having been able to win just two of their five games. They currently occupy the fourth position in the points table with four points to their tally at an NRR of -0.127. They would be hoping to improve their net run rate as the tournament nears its business end. They head into this contest on the back of a huge 10-wicket loss against the Southern Brave.
The Welsh Fire, on the other hand, have also showcased inconsistent performances as they have managed only a solitary win in the five matches and have just two points at a dismal net run rate of -0.554. Welsh Fire currently occupy the seventh position on the table. They head into this fixture after a 11-run victory over the Northern Superchargers a couple of days ago.
TRT-W vs WEF-W Match Details
Venue – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Date and Time – August 29, 8:00 PM IST
Where to watch live – FanCode
TRT-W vs WEF-W Pitch Report
Trent Bridge surface offers an equal advantage to both batters and bowlers. Even though the wicket is batting-friendly to a certain extent, batting in the second innings is expected to be difficult. Therefore, the captain winning the toss would be looking to bat first.
TRT-W vs WEF-W, Match 21, Probable Playing XIs
Bryony Smith, Elyse Villani, Natalie Sciver (c), Mignon du Preez, Marie Kelly, Alana King, Abbey Freeborn (w), Katherine Brunt, Sarah Glenn, Kathryn Bryce, Georgia Davis
Sarah Bryce (w), Tammy Beaumont (c), Rachael Haynes, Annabel Sutherland, Fran Wilson, Nicola Carey, Katie George, Lauren Filer, Claire Nicholas, Alex Hartley, Hannah Baker
TRT-W vs WEF-W, Match 21, Probable Top Performers
Probable best batter of the match:
Skipper Natalie Sciver has been impressive with the bat in the ongoing edition of the 100-ball tournament. While she could not make much of an impact in the last game as she was dismissed for just 19, Sciver is currently the sixth-highest run-getter in The Women’s Hundred 2022, having amassed 151 runs from four innings. She would be expected to come up with an impactful performance in the next game against Welsh Fire.
Probable best bowler of the match:
Alana King might have gone wicketless in the last game, but she has been one of the most successful bowlers in the competition. The champion Australian spinner is currently the sixth-highest wicket-taker with six scalps to her name and she would be hoping to add more to her tally by bamboozling the Welsh Fire batters.