WEF-W vs NOS-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI Updates, Pitch Report & Injury Updates For Match 18, The Hundred Women 2022
Welsh Fire Women are yet to record a victory in this tournament.
WEF-W vs NOS-W Team Preview:
On Friday, August 26, the Welsh Fire Women and the Northern Superchargers Women will play in the 18th match of The Hundred Women 2022 at Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens in England. Northern Superchargers Women have definitely fared better than Welsh Fire Women thus far in the campaign. They are currently in fifth place in the points table after winning two of their four games.
Welsh Fire Women, on the other hand, are now in last place in the points rankings and have not yet managed to win any of their four games. The fact that Welsh Fire Women’s star player Hayley Matthews will be unavailable for selection means that the situation could still get worse. In order to make up for this oversight, bolster their team’s confidence after achieving their first victory, and proceed in the competition on a positive note, supporters can expect Welsh Fire Women to give it their all on Friday. While Northern Superchargers Women look forward to enhancing their performance, strengthening their position in the competition, and moving forward with growing confidence
WEF-W vs NOS-W Match Details:
Welsh Fire Women vs Northern Superchargers Women, Match 18
Venue: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, England
Date & Time: 26th August at 08:00 PM IST and 3:30 PM Local Time
Live Streaming: FanCode
WEF-W vs NOS-W, Match 18, Pitch Report:
The Sophia Gardens in Cardiff will undoubtedly have a balanced surface with a total of 117 runs on average. As a result, Friday’s match might be fantastic, mixing massive runs with surprise wickets.
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WEF-W vs NOS-W, Match 18, Probable Playing XIs:
Welsh Fire Women
Tammy Beaumont (c), Fran Wilson, Rachael Haynes, Annabel Sutherland, Fran Wilson, Sarah Bryce (wk), Fi Morris, Katie George, Lauren Filer, Alex Hartley, Claire Nicholas
Northern Superchargers Women
Alyssa Healy (wk), Gaby Lewis, Bess Heath, Laura Wolvaardt, Hollie Armitage (c), Alice Davidson Richards, Beth Langston, Linsey Smith, Lucy Higham, Katie Levick, Heather Graham
Top Picks for WEF-W vs NOS-W Dream11 Match:
Top Picks- Welsh Fire Women
With an economy rate of 5.92, the slow left-arm orthodox English spinner has taken three wickets in her first four matches.
The in-form English opener has slammed 112 runs in her 4 games at a strike rate of 115.46 and an average of 37.33. Her top score is 45*.
Top Picks – Northern Superchargers Women
She is the leading run-scorer for the Superchargers in the tournament. Wolvaardt has made 195 runs in her 4 matches at an average of 97.5 and a strike rate of 138.29. Moreover, she recorded a top score of 90* runs in her last match.
She commits to a strong opening partnership with Laura Wolvaardt and gives the team the strong start they need in every match. She is a consistent performer for the team. She has played four games so far, scoring 108 runs at a strike rate of 154.28.
Must Picks for WEF-W vs NOS-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
|Player||Statistics (This Tournament)||Dream11 Points|
|Alex Hartley||3 wickets||102 points|
|Tammy Beaumont||112 runs||171 points|
|Laura Wolvaardt||195 runs||295 points|
|Alyssa Healy||108 runs||173 points|
|Alice Davidson Richards||5 wickets||189 points|
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for WEF-W vs NOS-W Dream11 Team for Fantasy Cricket:
Alyssa Healy (VC), Tammy Beaumont, Bess Heath, Laura Wolvaardt (C), Hollie Armitage, Alice Davidson Richards, Annabel Sutherland, Heather Graham, Alex Hartley, Claire Nicholas, Katie Levick
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for WEF-W vs NOS-W Dream11 Team for Fantasy Cricket:
Alyssa Healy, Sarah Bryce, Tammy Beaumont, Laura Wolvaardt, Rachael Haynes, Alice Davidson Richards (C), Annabel Sutherland (VC), Heather Graham, Alex Hartley, Claire Nicholas, Katie Levick
WEF-W vs NOS-W Risky Captaincy Choices:
The experienced English batter has struggled for the big scores in the last few months and has managed only 40 runs from the opening four matches this season with an average of 13.33.
Despite playing with a strike rate of 300 and scoring 12 runs in just one inning, the seasoned English all-rounder is constantly missing opportunities to demonstrate her bowling abilities. With an economy of 10.08 and only one wicket in four games, she is speedily becoming one of the team’s most expensive bowlers.
Players you should avoid:
The star Australian middle-order batter smashed 19 runs against New Zealand and 18 runs off 10 balls against India in the last two matches of the 2022 CWG but has failed to continue that momentum in the Hundred this season with just 25 runs in two matches so far.