WI-W vs IRE-W | 3rd ODI Match | 23-11-2021 13:00 |1|1| Preview Added | Match Finished

                                                 

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

 Match:  WI-W vs IRE-W ODI Match Prediction 
 Time:     23 November, 01:00 PM (IST) 

 Series:   3rd ODI Match 
 Venue:   Old Hararians Sports Club – Harare 

 Info: 

  • Cara Murray will enjoy the slow conditions of Harare. She took eight wickets in four games against Zimbabwe women. Back her as Ireland women top wicket-taker.
  • Deandra Dottin was in stellar form against Pakistan and scored 170 runs, including a 100. Back her as West Indies women top scorer.
  • Hayley Matthews is a utility cricketer and can contribute with both bat and ball. Back her as Player of the Match for high returns.
  • Ireland Women will be taking on West Indies Women for the first time in the third match of this season of the ICC WCW One-Day Qualifier.
  • Ireland Women won three of their recent five ODI matches whereas West Indies Women, too, won three of their recent five ODI games.
  • Both the teams have played five matches in this format in the last few years where West Indies Women all of those matches against Ireland Women.


 Live Streaming: 

Live Streaming: 3rd ODI match will be start at 01:00 PM IST and will be streamed live on Fancode.

 Weather & Pitch Report: 

⛅ Weather:

The temperature is expected to hover around 24°C on the matchday with 67 % humidity and 13 km/hr wind speed. There are 59 % chances of precipitation during the game.

🏟ī¸ Pitch:
The surface will be slower for sure and spinners will get a lot of help. We don’t think it’s going to be a high scoring game.

 Recent Form: 

WI-W:
W,     W,     W,     D,     L

✅    ✅    ✅    ❌   âŒ


IRE-W:
W,     W,     W,     L,     L

✅    ✅    ✅    ❌   âŒ


 Team News: 

 WI-W Team News: 

  • West Indies will be booming with confidence after beating Pakistan women 3-0 away from home in the previous series. It was a great performance from the eves who outplayed Pakistan in every department. Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Stephanie Taylor were brilliant with the bat, while Matthews, Shakera Seman led the charge with the ball. West Indies will enter the match as favourits.

 IRE-W Team News: 

  • Ireland women cannot be taken lightly. They are used to the conditions having played a series against Zimbabwe recently, which they won. Gaby Lewis, Gareth Delany and Leah Paul are decent batters, while Cara Murray, Celeste Raack and Laura Delany provide quality in the bowling.
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 WI-W Predicted11 

Hayley Matthews
Kyshona Knight
Kycia Knight (wk)
Deandra Dottin
Anisa Mohammed (c)
Chinelle Henry
Shamilia Connell
Britney Cooper
Chedean Nation
Karishma Ramharack
Shakera Selman
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 IRE-W Predicted11 

Leah Paul
Gaby Lewis
Amy Hunter
Georgina Dempsey
Shauna Kavanagh (wk)
Sophie MacMahon
Cara Murray
Laura Delany (c)
Orla Prendergast
Celeste Raack
Rebecca Stokell
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 Winning Chances: 

 Who will win today match: WI-W vs IRE-W ODI Match Fantasy Team 

This should be an excellent match between two teams who have been playing good cricket in recent weeks. Sydney Thunder have picked up of late but still struggle to get over the winning line and we are predicting a victory for Brisbane Heat in this fixture.

 WI-W Key Players: 

Hayley Matthews- 
Hayley Matthews is a special all-rounder for West Indies, who is a genuine match-winner as well. She had a terrific series against Pakistan this month with both bat and ball and is a must-pick player for your fantasy teams.

Deandra Dottin- 
Deandra Dottin is an exceptional top-order batter who had a good series against Pakistan. She has scored 3220 runs in her ODI career and even picked up 69 wickets as well.
Stafanie Taylor- 
Stafanie Taylor is a right-handed batter and right-arm off-break bowler from West Indies Women. She will be another outstanding choice to consider for this match.

 IRE-W Key Players: 

Gaby Lewis- 
Gaby Lewis has been impressive for Ireland in recent times and did extremely well against Zimbabwe last month by scoring 3 consecutive half-centuries. She has scored 469 runs in her 21 ODI matches and even picked up 10 wickets as well.

Laura Delany- 
Laura Delany has got plenty of experience at the international level. She has scored 634 runs in her 42 ODI matches at an average of 19.21 and picked up 17 wickets as well.
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 Team Forms: 

 WI-W Team Form: 

  • West Indies on the other hand are heading into this tournament on the back of an impressive 3-0 win over Pakistan earlier this month. They were professional right through the series and outplayed Pakistan in all the departments. They are ranked 6th in the ICC ODI rankings.

 IRE-W Team Form: 

  • Ireland are currently ranked 10th in the ICC ODI rankings. They know the conditions of Zimbabwe pretty well as they thrashed the hosts by 3-1 in their last ODI series. Laura Delany, Gaby Lewis, and Shauna Kavanagh are the players to watch out for them in this match.

 SQUAD: 

 West Indies Women

Stafanie Taylor (c), Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Kyshona Knight, Deandra Dottin, Anisa Mohammed, Kycia Knight, Chedean Nation, Shakera Selman, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell, Hayley Matthews, Qiana Joseph, Sheneta Grimmond, Rashada Williams, Aaliyah Alleyne.

 Ireland Women
Mary Waldron (wk), Laura Delany (c), Shauna Kavanagh, Eimear Richardson, Gaby Lewis, Leah Paul, Celeste Raack, Louise Little, Sophie MacMahon, Rebecca Stokell, Cara Murray, Orla Prendergast, Georgina Dempsey, Jane Maguire, Amy Hunter.

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 Last Match Performance:  

West Indies Womens:
1. PAKW 225-7 va WIW 226-4
(West Indies Women won by 6 wickets)
2. WIW 153-10 vs PAKW 116-10
(WI Women won by 37 runs)
3. WIW 253-8 vs PAKW 209-9
(West Indies Womens won by 45 runs)
4. WIW 192-5 vs SAW 192-7
Match tied (West Indies Women won in the super over)
5. SAW 185-6 vs WIW 150-9
(South Africa Women won by 35 runs)
Ireland Womens ODI:
1. IREW 312-3 vs ZIM 227-8
(Ireland Women won by 85 runs)
2. ZIMW 178-10 vs IREW 179-2
(Ireland Women won by 8 wickets)
3. IREW 286-7 vs ZIMW 206-9
(Ireland Women won by 80 runs)
4. IREW 253-8 vs ZIMW 254-6
(Zimbabwe Women won by 4 wickets)
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 Player Form Sheet: 

 West Indies Womens 


WICKET KEEPER:

Kycia Knight –
5dwn, 5dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn,
19(21), 5(6), 15(46), 6(8),
BAT – Match – 113, Innings – 101, Runs – 1997, Avg – 22
Rashada Williams –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
6(5), 14(39), 15(40), 78(138), 42(90), 37(29)
BAT – Match – 23, Innings – 21, Runs – 454, Avg – 23

BATSMAN :

Deandra Dottin –  Right Arm Fast
Open, Open, Open, 2dwn, 2dwn,
4(5), 34(50), 132(146), 7(19), 71(123)
DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/16(5), DNB,
Kyshona Knight – Right Arm Medium
1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open,
0(3), 3(6), 5(30), 5(15),
BAT – Match – 76, Innings – 69, Runs – 1459, Avg – 28
BOWL – Over – 21, Wkt – 9, Sr – 26
Shemaine Campbelle –  Legbreak
1dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
1(13), 23(43)*, 23(20), 7(17), 39(90),
BAT – Match – 120, Innings – 106, Runs – 2253, Avg – 26
BOWL – Over – 297, Wkt – 41, Sr – 43
Chedean Nation – Right Arm Medium
4dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
51(67)*, 11(23), 22(39), 1(8), 15(52),
DNB, 0/26(4), DNB, DNB, DNB 
BAT – Match – 87, Innings – 79, Runs – 1360, Avg – 21
BOWL – Over – 262, Wkt – 42, Sr – 38

ALL-ROUNDER :

Stafanie Taylor (captain) –  Right Arm Offbreak
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn,
102(117), 23(46), 6(11), DNB, 49(77),
0/11(2), 0/10(1), 0/18(2), 0/17(3), 0/18(5+1M),
Hayley Matthews – Right Arm Offbreak
3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn,
49(58), 26(47), 57(67), 48(81), 14(29),
1/17(4), 0/41(10), 4/26(7+2M), 3/31(9+1M), 0/32(9+1M),
Chinelle Henry – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 6dwn, 4dwn, 6dwn, 5dwn,
DNB, 1(3), 1(5), 0(7), 4(6),
0/21(2), 0/11(6), 0/26(4+1M), 0/14(2), 0/25(4+1M)
BAT – Match – 54, Innings – 44, Runs – 625, Avg – 16
BOWL – Over – 151, Wkt – 24, Sr – 40
Qiana Joseph – Left Arm Fast
DNB, 6dwn, DNB, 4dwn, 5dwn,
DNB, 3(4), DNB, 8(27), 21(20),
0/26(6), 1/51(10), 2/29(8+2M), 2/24(8), 0/18(3),
BAT – Match – 27, Innings – 25, Runs – 273, Avg – 14
BOWL – Over – 151, Wkt – 22, Sr – 41
BOWLER :

Anisa Mohammed  – Right Arm Offbreak
1/25(6), 1/44(10), 2/26(10), 0/26(6), 0/16(4), 
BOWL – Over – 1323, Wkt – 256, Sr – 33
Aaliyah Alleyne – Right Arm Medium
2/41(10), 1/28(6), 0/19(3), 0/24(4), 2/38(8+2M)
BOWL – Over – 100, Wkt – 17, Sr – 35
Shamilia Connell – Right Arm Fast
3/18(7+2M), 0/35(9), 0/26(4+1M), 0/17(4+1M), 1/30(6),
BOWL – Over – 460, Wkt – 63, Sr – 44
Sheneta Grimmond  – Right Arm Offbreak
DNB, DNB, 1dwn, 4dwn, DNB
DNB, DNB, 1(6), 40(48), DNB
0/31(8), 4/33(10), 0/11(2), 2/24(7), 1/48(8)
BAT – Match – 27, Innings – 15, Runs – 237, Avg – 17
BOWL – Over – 89, Wkt – 23, Sr – 23
Shakera Selman – Right Arm Medium
2/40(10), 1/22(7), 2/35(9+1M), 0/28(6+1M),
BOWL – Over – 89, Wkt – 23, Sr – 23

 Ireland Womens: 

WICKET KEEPER:

Mary Waldron –
5dwn, DNB, DNB, 6dwn
20(34), DNB, DNB, 4(5)
BAT – Match – 90, Innings – 63, Runs – 838, Avg – 16
Shauna Kavanagh –
3dwn*, DNB, DNB, 3dwn, 3dwn
0(1), DNB, DNB, 34(31), 31(65)
BAT – Match – 80, Innings – 61, Runs – 1085, Avg – 21
Sarah Forbes –
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, Open
1(8)*, 73(74), 1(15), 10(22)
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 8, Runs – 157, Avg – 26

BATSMAN :

Gaby Lewis –
Open*, Open, Open, Open, Open
36(57), 78(86), 96(129)*, 65(74), 24(51)
Amy Hunter –
1dwn*, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 5dwn
42(52), 121(127), 4(13), 1(2), 2(4)
BAT – Match – 19, Innings – 18, Runs – 314, Avg – 21
Orla Prendergast – Right Arm Fast Medium
4dwn*, 3dwn, 2dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn
18(34), 12(10)*, 3(9)*, 23(27), 28(22)
0/6(3), 0/8(3+1M), DNB, DNB, DNB
BAT – Match – 22, Innings – 18, Runs – 485, Avg – 32
BOWL – Over – 110, Wkt – 21, Sr – 32
Louise Little – Right Arm Medium
1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open
2(9), 34(52), 12(30), 0(11)
BAT – Match – 29, Innings – 21, Runs – 200, Avg – 10
BOWL – Over – 153, Wkt – 25, Sr – 36
Rebecca Stokell –
1dwn, Open, Open, Open
22(62), 18(30), 4(4), 23(46)
BAT – Match – 21, Innings – 21, Runs – 425, Avg – 22
BOWL – Over – 25, Wkt – 6, Sr – 25
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ALL-ROUNDER :

Laura Delany (captain) – Legbreak
2dwn*, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn, 2dwn
1(2), 68(53), DNB, 35(40), 86(81)
2/32(10), 1/22(6), 0/13(3), 1/41(9)
Emiear Richardson- Right Arm Offbreak
4dwn*, 5dwn, DNB, 3dwn
3(4), 2(6), DNB 55(34)
0/46(9), 0/14(2), 1/22(5+1M), 4/21(10)
Leah Paul – Left Arm Medium Fast
Open*, Open, Open, Open, Open
37(91), 12(24), 63(83), 95(118), 13(22)
2/38(7+1M), 1/48(10), 2/24(9+1M), 1/29(7+2M), 0/56(6)
BAT – Match – 33, Innings – 31, Runs – 844, Avg – 30
BOWL – Over – 177, Wkt – 25, Sr – 42
BOWLER :

Celeste Raack – Legbreak
0/27(9+1M)*, 1/31(8), 3/34(10), 2/23(10), 0/32(5)
BOWL – Over – 220, Wkt – 33, Sr – 40
Sophie MacMahon – Right Arm Medium
2/44(8), 1/51(8), 1/23(5), 0/16(3)
BOWL – Over – 184, Wkt – 33, Sr – 33
Jane Maguire –
0/20(5)*, 1/24(4), 1/30(8), 1/34(9+1M)
BOWL – Over – 97, Wkt – 9, Sr – 66
Cara Murray – Legbreak
1/54(8)*, 1/33(6), 2/42(7), 3/56(10), 2/47(9)
BOWL – Over – 140, Wkt – 29, Sr – 29
Georgina Demsey – Right Arm Medium
0/22(6), 0/53(8), 1/23(5), 1/39(7+1M)
BOWL – Over – 67, Wkt – 10, Sr – 40
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Toss: West Indies Women opt to bowl


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Guide:

Apply below strategies to make your best dream team after the toss
1 Select small league team and rotate or change C/VC, also pick 1 punt player in place of player which you think will not perform
2 for more Grand League Combinations Make One sided winning combination for both side team – as per toss and pitch info.

 Make necessary changes if any player absent 

*Above GL Team Guide Images for Guide only.
*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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