On Saturday, January 22, the seventh match of the Super Six stage of the ICC Women’s Under 19 T20 World Cup will be played at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom between the United Arab Emirates Women’s U19 (UAE-W U19). Here is everything you need to know about the AU-WU19 vs. UAE-WU19 Dream11 fantasy prediction, tips for fantasy cricket, today’s playing 11s, and the pitch report before the game.
To kick off their World Cup campaign, Australia lost to Bangladesh. Since then, they have put on some brutal performances that have destroyed their opponents. In this match, they will attempt to replicate their previous outstanding performance against the United Arab Emirates. Up until this point in the tournament, the United Arab Emirates have had a challenging journey. They will try to improve on their performance against the formidable Australians, who won just one match in the group stage.
The best choice among wicketkeepers is Kate Pelle. She has earned the most tournament points out of all the options for this match.
With the bat, Claire Moore appears to be in good form. She will bat first, so there is a good chance that she will score a lot in the match.
Ella Hayward has performed admirably for Australia in the team with both the bat and the ball. In this match, Hayward probably stands the best chance.
In this match, Maggie Clark’s medium pace may prove to be deadly. Clark might be the highest point-fetcher of the match in the face of a relatively weak batting lineup.
With the bat, Claire Moore has decent touch. Moore has a chance of scoring a lot in the match and getting high points because she will bat in the top order.
The bowling of Maggie Clark could be very important to the match. She might end up taking a lot of wickets and prove to be deadly against a batting lineup that is relatively weaker.
In the tournament, Lucy Hamilton has demonstrated her all-around presence. It might not be a good idea to ignore him in the match’s fantasy contests.
Batting will benefit from Senwes Park’s excellent surface. To remove something from the wicket, the bowlers will need to be extremely disciplined.
On the day of the match, the temperature is expected to be around 25°C, there will be 64% humidity, and the wind speed is 14 km/hr. During the game, there are no chances of precipitation.
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