IRE-W vs SCO-W | Match 1 Women’s T20 | 24-05-2021 15:30 |1|1|Preview & Guide Added|GL Team Added

 IRE-W vs SCO-W Tips, Stats & Team for Today Match Prediction 

 Match:  IRE-W vs SCO-W ECS T10 Prague Fantasy Team Prediction  
 Time:   24 May, 03:30 PM (IST)  

 Series:: Women’s T20 
 Venue:  Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast. 

 Info: 

  • The second T20I between Ireland Women and Scotland Women will take place in Belfast on Monday.
  • The first encounter between the two sides was rescheduled to a later date due to rain. However, the Irish and Scottish Women are set to square off in Belfast on Monday, thanks to a short turnaround. Ireland Women will have a better knowledge of the conditions, with the likes of Laura Delany and Gaby Lewis being the ones to watch out for. But their inexperienced bowling attack will need to step up in the absence of Kim Garth as they look to gain an advantage in the series.
  • However, they will come across a resilient Scotland Women’s side that are in the midst of a rebuild. Led by Kathryn Bryce, the Scotland batting unit has a heap of experience to fall back on, making them a dangerous outfit. But like their opponents, their own bowling attack also lacks experience, but the likes of Katherine Fraser and Katie McGill should prove to be a handful at the Civil Service Cricket Club.
 Live Streaming
Live Streaming: This game is scheduled to start at 03:30 PM IST and the live score and commentary can be seen on FanCode App & Website.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
The temperature is expected to hover around 13°C on the matchday with 50 % humidity and 21 km/hr wind speed. There are 37 % chances of precipitation during the game.
🏟️ Pitch:
The conditions at the Civil Service Cricket Club will be quite balanced both for the batters and bowlers. The ball will nicely come onto the bat but the overcast conditions could go in the favour of the pace bowlers. The team winning the toss should look to bowl first as there are chances of rain factor coming into play.
Pitch Behaviour: 
Bowling

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: IRE-W vs SCO-W  Prediction:
The Ireland Women will depend a lot on the likes of Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Laura Delany and Leah Paul to deliver in the batting department. Cara Murray, Jenny Sparrow, Lara Maritz and Celeste Raack will be their main bowlers. On the other hand, the Scotland Women will be hoping that Becky Glen, Kathryn Bryce, Priyanaz Chatterji and Lorna Jack take up the responsibility with the bat while Abtaha Maqsood, Katherine Fraser and Katie McGill will be their key bowlers. The Ireland Women will start as the favourites as they have a pretty balanced side. In our Dream 11 Today Match Prediction we back Ireland Women to win this match.

 Recent Form: 

IRE-W

W,  L,   L,   W,   W
✅ ❌  ✅   ✅    

SCO-W: 
 W,   W,    L,   L,   W
✅   ✅  ❌  ❌  ✅  

 Team NEWS: 

 IRE-W Team News: 
Playing Combination: 
  • There are no injury issues in the Ireland Women camp.
  • Laura Delany will captain the side.
  • Shauna Kavanagh will be the wicket-keeper.
  • Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Laura Delany and Leah Paul will be their main batters.
  • Cara Murray, Jenny Sparrow, Lara Maritz and Celeste Raack will be their main bowlers
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 SCO-W Team News: 
Playing Combination: 
  • There are no injury issues in the Scotland Women camp.
  • Kathryn Bryce will captain the team.
  • Sarah Bryce will keep the wickets.
  • Becky Glen, Kathryn Bryce, Priyanaz Chatterji and Lorna Jack will be their crucial batswomen.
  • Abtaha Maqsood, Katherine Fraser and Katie McGill will be their key bowlers
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 IRE-W Playing 11 

Laura Delany
Gaby Lewis
Shauna Kavanagh
Rebecca Stokell
Orla Prendergast
Leah Paul
Celeste Raack
Lara Maritz
Rachel Delaney
Cara Murray
Jenny Sparrow
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 SCO-W Playing 11 

Kathryn Bryce
Sarah Bryce
Lorna Jack
Katherine Fraser
Katie McGill
Becky Glen
Priyanaz Chatterji
Abtaha Maqsood
Abbi Aitken-Drummond
Megan McColl
Ellen Watson
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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

 C & VC Options: 

Gaby Lewis: 
Ireland Women’s batswomen Gaby Lewis has an excellent record in Twenty20 international matches. In 38 matches, Gaby has scored a total of 670 runs at a strike-rate of 105.01 that includes four half-centuries.
Kathryn Bryce: 
Scotland Women skipper Kathryn Bryce has an impressive T20I record for her national side. Kathryn has smashed 400 runs in 14 T20Is at an average of 50 and a strike-rate of 101.26.
Laura Delany: 
Ireland Women captain Laura Delany also has a superb record in the shortest version of the game. In 61 T20Is for Ireland, Laura has scored 597 runs and has also picked up 33 wickets.

 IRE-W Key Players: 

 Gaby Lewis: 
Gaby Lewis is a right-handed batter from Ireland Women who opens the innings for them. She has smashed 680 runs in her 38 matches T20I career so far and can play the anchor role here. 


 Laura Delany: 
Laura Delany is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium pacer from Ireland Women. She has scored 597 runs and took 33 wickets in her 66 matches T20I career, she will eye for another successful outing here.

 Rachel Delaney: 
Rachel Delaney is a right-handed batter and right-arm off-break bowler from Ireland Women. She played only one T20I game in her T20I career so far but looked in the great touch in the recent domestic matches. 


 SCO-W Key Players: 

 Sarah Bryce: 
Sarah Bryce is one of the more important members of the Scottish Women’s side. She has amassed 511 runs in 20 T20Is at an average of 39.3, with the highest score of 65. 


 Kathryn Bryce: 
Kathryn Bryce is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium pacer from Scotland Women. She has smacked 400 runs and picked up 15 wickets in her 14 matches T20I career. She will be a valuable asset for the fantasy side here.

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 Team Forms: 

 IRE-W Team Form: 
Ireland Women will have a better knowledge of the conditions, with the likes of Laura Delany and Gaby Lewis being the ones to watch out for. But their inexperienced bowling attack will need to step up in the absence of Kim Garth as they look to gain an advantage in the series.

 SCO-W Team Form: 
The Scotland batting unit has a heap of experience to fall back on, making them a dangerous outfit. But like their opponents, their own bowling attack also lacks experience, but the likes of Katherine Fraser and Katie McGill should prove to be a handful at the Civil Service Cricket Club.

 SQUAD: 
 Ireland Women: 

Laura Delany, Ava Canning, Rachel Delaney, Georgina Dempsey, Amy Hunter, Shauna Kavanagh, Gaby Lewis, Jane Maguire, Lara Maritz, Cara Murray, Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Celeste Raack, Jenny Sparrow, Rebecca Stokell.

 Scotland Women: 

Kathryn Bryce, Sarah Bryce, Becky Glen, Lorna Jack, Abbi Aitken-Drummond, Ikra Farooq, Abtaha Maqsood, Samantha Haggo, Katie Mcgill, Priyanaz Chatterji, Ailsa Lister, Katherine Fraser, Ellen Watson, Megan McColl.


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 Scotland Womens T20I 

Wicket Keeper:
Sarah Bryce (Vice Captain) –
Open, Open, Open, Open
65(48), 1(2), 59(57)*, 63(49)*
BAT – Match – 20, Innings – 20, Runs – 511, Avg – 39

Ailsa Lister –
1dwn, 3dwn
16(23), 1(5)
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 17, Avg – 8

BATSMAN :
Becky Glen –
Rebecca Glen –
DNB, 3dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
DNB, 2(2), 4(13), 8(9), 15(13)
BAT – Match – 20, Innings – 15, Runs – 213, Avg – 15
BOWL – Over – 6, Wkt – 1, Sr – 24

Lorna Jack –
Open, Open, Open, 2dwn, Open, Open
5(11), 25(22)*, 1(5), 1(1)*, 17(19), 54(55)*
BAT – Match – 20, Innings – 19, Runs – 229, Avg – 15

Ellen Watson –
DNB, DNB, 6dwn, 3dwn
DNB, DNB, 3(4)*, 0(1)
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 5, Runs – 40, Avg – 13

Ikra Farooq –
8dwn, 9dwn, 10dwn
2(4), 0(9), 10(5)
0/8(2), DNB, 0/17(2)
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Runs – 6, Avg – 6
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 1, Sr – 48

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ALL-ROUNDER :
Kathryn Bryce (Captain) – Right Arm Medium Fast
DNB, Open, 1dwn, Open
DNB, 21(20), 45(50), 29(20)*
2/6(2+1M), 2/13(2), 1/8(3+1M), 2/6(2)
BAT – Match – 14, Innings – 13, Runs – 400, Avg – 50
BOWL – Over – 46, Wkt – 15, Sr – 18

Samantha Haggo – Right Arm Medium
6dwn, DNB, DNB, 7dwn
18(22)*, DNB, DNB, 5(11)
0/10(1), 2/10(2), 1/10(2), 0/15(3)
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 3, Runs – 24, Avg – 24
BOWL – Over – 11, Wkt – 5, Sr – 13

Priyanaz Chatterji – Right Arm Medium Fast
4dwn, DNB, 5dwn, 3dwn, DNB
2(2)*, DNB, 5(5)*, 5(14), DNB
1/16(3), DNB, 0/10(1), 1/20(3), DNB
BAT – Match – 19, Innings – 13, Runs – 99, Avg – 11
BOWL – Over – 44, Wkt – 12, Sr – 21
BOWLER : 
Abtaha Maqsood – Legbreak
3/27(4), 1/18(4), 2/20(4), 0/16(4), 1/5(1)
BOWL – Over – 43, Wkt – 19, Sr – 13

Katie Mcgill – Right Arm Medium Fast
1/10(1), 0/13(2), 0/15(1), 0/6(1)
BOWL – Over – 48, Wkt – 18, Sr – 16

Abbi Aitken-Drummond – Right Arm Medium Fast
1/23(4), 1/9(2), 0/8(1), 0/28(4)
BOWL – Over – 18, Wkt – 2, Sr – 54

Katherine Fraser – Right Arm Off-break
2/16(4), 0/27(3), 1/13(1), 1/8(2)
BOWL – Over – 39, Wkt – 15, Sr – 15

Megan McColl –
0/16(2), 3/22(4), 0/10(1), 0/8(2)
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 3, Sr – 30

  Ireland Women’s T20I 

Wicket Keeper :
Amy Hunter –
4dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn
3(3)*, 10(25), 1(3), 14(11)
BAT – Match – 15, Innings – 11, Runs – 99, Avg – 20

Shauna Kavanagh –
6dwn, DNB, 6dwn, DNB,  5dwn
6(6)*, DNB, 11(9), DNB, 1(1)*
BAT – Match – 45, Innings – 29, Runs – 174, Avg – 8
BATSMAN :
Gaby Lewis – Legbreak
Open, Open, Open, Open
5(5), 5(7), 1(5), 26(23)
BAT – Match – 38, Innings – 38, Runs – 670, Avg – 20
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 3, Sr – 30

Rachel Delaney – Right Arm Off-break
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
9(7), 46(53)*, 49(49)*, 0(2)
1/30(3), 0/23(3), 0/26(4), 1/23(4)
(Domestic Matches)
BAT – Match – 21, Innings – 11, Runs – 170, Avg – 28
BOWL – Over – 60, Wkt – 15, Sr – 24

Rebecca Stokell – 
Open, Open, 3dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn
10(7), 17(17), 36(24), 0(3), 4(3)
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 8, Runs – 105, Avg – 15

Jenny Sparrow –
4dwn, DNB, 4dwn, DNB
9(9), DNB, 4(4), DNB
1/15(4), DNB, 1/20(3), 0/36(4)
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 2, Runs – 13, Avg – 6
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 3, Sr – 30

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ALL-ROUNDER :
Laura Delany (captain) – Legbreak
2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn
25(39), 2(8), 28(31), 0(0)*
0/11(1), 0/17(2), 2/17(4), 1/5(2)
BAT – Match – 61, Innings – 50, Runs – 599, Avg – 17
BOWL – Over – 133, Wkt – 33, Sr – 24

Leah Paul – Left Arm Fast Medium
DNB, 4dwn, 4dwn, 6dwn
DNB, 5(15), 11(20), 4(2)*
1/20(3+1M), 0/15(2), 3/10(3), 1/13(2)
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 6, Runs – 61, Avg – 12
BOWL – Over – 19, Wkt – 6, Sr – 19

Orla Prendergast – Right Arm Medium Fast
3dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open
10(10), 2(5), 11(17), 2(6), 5(6)
2/11(4), 0/5(1), 0/8(1), 0/7(1), 0/18(2)
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 8, Runs – 80, Avg – 11
BOWL – Over – 17, Wkt – 5, Sr – 21

Ava Canning –
1/23(3), 0/23(3), 0/15(2), 0/18(3)
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 1, Runs – 6, Avg – 6
BOWL – Over – 17, Wkt – 4, Sr – 25
BOWLER :
Georgina Dempsey –
DNB, 0/8(1), 0/14(2), 0/14(4)
LA – BOWL – Over – 40, Wkt – 8, Sr – 30

Jane Maguire –
0/22(1), 2/23(3+1M), 0/28(4), 0/21(3)
BOWL – Over – 25, Wkt – 5, Sr – 30

Lara Maritz – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 0/13(2), DNB, 1/7(2), 3/4(2+1M)
BOWL – Over – 35, Wkt – 9, Sr – 23

Cara Murray – Legbreak
2/25(4), 1/37(4), 0/25(3), 2/33(4)
BOWL – Over – 50, Wkt – 10, Sr – 30

Celeste Raack – Legbreak
0/8(1), 0/9(2), 0/8(1), 1/31(4)
BOWL – Over – 36, Wkt – 6, Sr – 36


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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

Toss: Scotland won the toss and opted to bat

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 Other C & VC Options: 

Gaby Lewis: 
Ireland Women’s batswomen Gaby Lewis has an excellent record in Twenty20 international matches. In 38 matches, Gaby has scored a total of 670 runs at a strike-rate of 105.01 that includes four half-centuries.
Kathryn Bryce: 
Scotland Women skipper Kathryn Bryce has an impressive T20I record for her national side. Kathryn has smashed 400 runs in 14 T20Is at an average of 50 and a strike-rate of 101.26.
Laura Delany: 
Ireland Women captain Laura Delany also has a superb record in the shortest version of the game. In 61 T20Is for Ireland, Laura has scored 597 runs and has also picked up 33 wickets.


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*You can make necessary changes as per your choice. 
*Above Team maybe Highly risky so play at your own risk. 
*for final team check here in the last 15mins of the match deadline. 

*You can also make some other combination by changing 1-2 players with help of Team Guide.

Best of Luck.

 Disclaimer: > Fantasy Cricket is a game of skill and luck is also very much important to win the grand league in dream11 or any other fantasy cricket leagues. We have covered the skill part.


> We have mentioned the expected playing 11 as per our cricket knowledge. You can change the fantasy team once the playing 11 is out.

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