On Thursday, January 19, New Zealand Women U19 (NZ-WU19) and West Indies Women U19 (WI-WU19) will face off in the 23rd match of the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom. Here is everything you need to know about the Dream11 Fantasy prediction for the match between NZ-WU19 and WI-WU19.
The New Zealand Women’s U19 team leads the Group C points table after winning both of their first two matches. In their most recent match, they lost by nine wickets to Ireland Women U19. On the other hand, West Indies Women U19 have also won as many as two matches and are currently just below their rivals in the Group C points table. By a significant margin of 77 runs, they defeated Indonesia Women U19 in their most recent match.
In the most recent two matches, Antonia has batted well, scoring 44 runs at a strike rate of 115.78. She might be a good option for your budget fantasy team.
Holder is a hard-throwing batter who has the potential to score runs quickly in the upcoming game. In two games, she has scored 35 runs at a remarkable strike rate of over 218.
With both the bat and the ball, Joseph can provide you with some crucial points. She has scored 20 runs in two matches and taken three wickets at an economy rate of 3.50.
In the current World Cup, Zaida has bowled exceptionally well, taking five wickets at an economy rate of 5.13. She is a true wicket-taker who frequently achieves breakthroughs.
In two matches, Zaida has scored 107 runs and taken five wickets. She would be an ideal leader for your fantasy team.
For your fantasy team, Browning could be a great multiplier choice. In two innings, she has scored 67 runs and taken two wickets.
With five wickets at an economy rate of 3.71, Wakelin currently leads her team in the tournament in wicket taking. She is undoubtedly an essential selection for your fantasy team.
The batters have won the last couple of games on Senwes Park in Potchefstroom’s pitch. However, as the match progresses, the wicket tends to slow down, making it somewhat challenging to bat on in the second innings. Since the average first-inning score in the last four games played at the venue was 131 runs, batting first should be the preferred strategy.
Potchefstroom, South Africa, has cloudy weather. On the day of the match, the temperature is expected to be around 26°C, with a humidity of 35% and a wind speed of 6.5 km/h. Additionally, visibility is 10 km. During the game, there are 15% chances of precipitation.
The Star Sports Network will broadcast the ICC U19 Women’s World Cup live. It will also be live streamed on the Disney+Hotstar website and app.