EN-W vs AU-W Expert Dream11 Team | ICC Women T20 World Cup final match Prediction

Are you searching for AU-W vs EN-W Dream11 Team prediction of the match Australia Women vs England Women that is to be played on 25 Nov. Do you want to know who will win the match, then you are at the right place. In this post we will provide a preview of the match along with probable playing 11, key players, captain and vice-captain options and our Fantasy Cricket team for Dream11 and MyFab11

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EN-W vs AU-W match preview

The moment of truth is about to come. Australia Women vs England Women will be the final of ICC World Women T20, 2018. It was a one-sided match between Australia Women and West Indies Semi-final while there was a bit of a fight for England Women to beat the table toppers of the tournament. In the end, both the teams deserved to be in the final and one thing is for sure, which is, viewers are goingto be on the edge of their seat during this whole match.
Australia Women beat West Indies Women in their last match. Not expected as it went for West Indies supporter, the match after a point seemed in Australia’s court. Losing the toss and forced to bat first, Australia Women made sure that they would do anything to get through this game and emerge victorious this time. Beth Mooney couldn’t do much and had to depart early by contributing only 6 runs to the team total. Alyssa Hayley continued to prove her spur by scoring 46 runs in 38 balls. She along
with Captain Meg Lanning took the innings to 71 runs from 20-1 and that’s when Alyssa Healy played a sweep shot and lobbed the ball for a simple catch to Shamilia Connell. Then a couple of batsmen came played some shots but not for long. Towards the end came Rachel Haynes and proved again that she is placed at number six for a reason. She bombarded the ball within a blink of an eye, she made 25 runs which included four boundaries. Their team total was raised to 142 runs in the end. Guarding the
respectable target, the bowlers did an amazing job. They made sure that no West Indies batsmen shouldn’t stay on the crease for more than two overs. It was astounding to see that apart from Stafanie Taylor, no other batsmen could score more than 10 runs. Ellyse Perry, Delissa Kimmince and Ashleigh Gardner took two wickets each while Megan Schutt, Sophie Molineux, and Georgia Wareham took one wicket each. They shattered the dreams of West Indies Women when they bowled the whole team out
for just 71 runs and won the match by 71 runs.
The next match that took place at the same venue was the second semi-final between India Women and England Women. Both the teams faced-off against each other in ICC Women World Cup 2017 finals and this match was no less than that. India did their utmost to beat England Women to feel the vibes of winning the trophy, but England Women didn’t allow them to do so. India, decided to put up a good fight, batted first and started off well. But England’s Captain Heather Knight didn’t allow that start to
grow and took the first wicket of aggressor Smriti Mandhana who was playing well. From there, the wickets kept falling as leaves of a tree in Autumn. Apart from the opening partnership of 43 runs, the maximum run-partnership England Women allowed was of 36 runs for the third wicket. Heather Knight, Kirstie Gordon, and Sophie Ecclestone were enough to bring down the team to their knees. Knight took three while Gordon and Ecclestone took two tickets each. They stopped the Indian Innings at 112 runs.
Not much of a target to defend, Indian bowlers couldn’t do much. Losing two early wickets might have rattled the England team a bit but Amy Ellen Jones and Natalie Sciver made sure that nothing comes in between them and the finals. They both came and showed everyone how the champions bat. Jones made 53 runs from 47 balls while Sciver was faster and made 52 in just 38 balls. Both these batsmen took their time and comfortably led their team to win the semi-final in the 18th over.

When and Where

Match: AUSW vs TBC, Final, ICC Womens World T20 2018

Date: Sunday, November 25, 2018

Time: 12:00 AM GMT

Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

EN-W vs AU-W squad

Australia Women Squad: Rachael Haynes, Megan Schutt, Elyse Villani, Alyssa Healy (wk), Meg Lanning (c), Ellyse Perry, Nicole Bolton, Delissa Kimmince, Beth Mooney, Nicola Carey, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham, Tayla Vlaeminck

England Women Squad: Danielle Hazell, Heather Knight, Anya Shrubsole, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Jenny Gunn, Amy Ellen Jones, Natasha Farrant, Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield, Sophie Ecclestone, Kirstie Gordon, Linsey Smith, Sophia Dunkley Brown

Venue Scoring Pattern

Avg 1st inn score: 133

Avg 2nd inn score: 112

EN-W vs AU-W probable eleven

Australia Women

Rachael Haynes, Megan Schutt, Elyse Villani, Alyssa Healy (wk), Meg Lanning (c), Ellyse Perry, Delissa Kimmince, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham

England Women

Danielle Hazell, Heather Knight (c), Anya Shrubsole, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield, Sophie Ecclestone, Kirstie Gordon, Sophia Dunkley Brown

AU-W vs EN-W Key Players

Australia Women

Healy, Lanning, Perry, Gardner, Mooney

England Women

Knight, Beaumont, Amy, Sciver, Shrubsole

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AU-W vs EN-W Captain and Vice-Captain options

Safe for SL

Sciver, Gardener, Healy, Perry

Risky for GL

Beaumont, Amy, Lanning

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