The Hundred Women Match Prediction
Match: NOS-W vs WEF-W Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 22 Aug, 07:30 PM (IST)
Series:: The Hundred Women Match-30
Venue: Headingley Stadium – Leeds, England
NOS-W vs WEF-W Info:
- Phoebe Litchfield is averaging 37.66 in the tournament and she is our pick for Northern Superchargers Women’s highest run scorer in this game.
- Tammy Beaumont has scored 158 runs from her last two innings and she is our tip for Welsh Fire Women’s highest run scorer against Northern Superchargers Women.
- With a strike rate of 10.90 in the competition, we are backing Shabnim Ismail to be Welsh Fire Women’s top wicket-taker in this match.
Live Streaming: The match will be live telecast on Fancode.
Weather & Pitch Report:
The weather seems cloudy and there are chances of rain as well.
The match will be played at Headingley, Leeds. There is good pace in the pitch although there could be some moisture in the wicket to assist the pace bowlers.
NOS-W vs WEF-W Team NEWS:
NOS-W Team News:
Ahead of this game, Northern Superchargers Women have already qualified for the next stage of the tournament. They have 10 points from seven matches and a victory in this game will guarantee them a top-two finish in the group stage.
WEF-W Team News:
Tammy Beaumont’s side travel from Cardiff to Leeds with their place in the next stage confirmed and in excellent form. They beat London Spirit Women by 23 runs on Sunday and could still finish top of the table dependent on other results.
Hollie Armitage (c)
Bess Heath (wk)
A Davidson Richards
T Beaumont (c)
Sarah Bryce (wk)
With both teams already through to the next stage, this should be an entertaining high-scoring game with not as much pressure as in previous matches. That said, both teams want to finish as high in the top three as possible so there will still be a good deal at stake. We think that Welsh Fire Women are too strong with both bat and ball and are backing them to win.
NOS-W vs WEF-W Key Players:
Northern Superchargers Women
NOS-W Team Batting
Australia Women’s Phoebe Litchfield is one of only three players to have hit over 225 runs so far in the Women’s Hundred although she could only contribute 6 runs from 1 ball in the last game. Skipper Hollie Armitage top scored with 46 runs from 43 balls against Manchester Originals Women on Sunday.
NOS-W Team Bowling
Defending a small target of 108 in Sunday’s Match 27, Grace Ballinger and Alice Davidson-Richards went wicketless as Northern Superchargers Women were beaten by 3 wickets with 1 ball remaining. Georgian Wareham bowled 13 dot balls as she finished with 3-7 from 20 deliveries.
Welsh Fire Women
WEF-W Team Batting
Welsh Fire Women’s batting has been one of their most impressive aspects this season and they posted 161-4 on Sunday in spite of Laura Harris getting a golden duck at number three. Sophia Dunkley top scored with 68 runs from 48 balls with Tammy Beaumont hitting 40 runs from 28 balls.
WEF-W Team Bowling
The seven wickets of London Spirit Women’s batters were shared around by Welsh Fire Women’s bowling attack on Sunday with South African Shabnim Ismail taking 2-26 and England international Sophia Dunkley taking 2-15. Freya Davies, Claire Nicholas and Alex Hartley all come into this match after dismissing one batter in the last game.
NOS-W vs WEF-W Team Forms:
NOS-W Team Form:
Northern Superchargers Women had won three in a row before their defeat on Sunday.
WEF-W Team Form:
Welsh Fire Women have won their last two games and are targeting their sixth win from their last seven in this match.
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Northern Superchargers Women Squad:
Marie Kelly, Jemimah Rodrigues, Phoebe Litchfield, Hollie Armitage, Alice Davidson Richards, Bess Heath, Georgia Wareham, Kate Cross, Linsey Smith, Lucy Higham, Grace Ballinger, Aylish Cranstone, Georgie Boyce, Grace Hall, Leah Dobson
Welsh Fire Women Squad:
Sophia Dunkley, Tammy Beaumont(c), Laura Harris, Hayley Matthews, Sarah Bryce(w), Georgia Elwiss, Freya Davies, Alex Griffiths, Shabnim Ismail, Claire Nicholas, Emily Windsor, Alex Hartley, Ella McCaughan, Kate Coppack, Chloe Skelton