EN-W vs AU-W Dream11 : After losing by 93 runs, England look to restore parity as yet another series defeat stares them in the face
This Women’s Ashes Series has seen England unravel horrendously. Heading into the encounter with high expectations accorded from the side, England’s fall has made for shambolic viewing with the side failing to win a single encounter across any format up till now.
After squandering their chance to fight it out for the trophy, England headed into the T20 series looking to atleast save themselves for the embarrassment of being swept apart in the series. Unfortunately for them, the predicament failed to improve with the side doling out yet another horrid display, one Australia needed no second invitation to come and capitalise on.
Allowing Australia to score a massive 226-3 while batting first, it didn’t take time for England’s batting line-up to fold out again as they were brushed apart for just 133, giving Australia a huge 93 run win. The defeat has drawn massive flak from the ardent home supporters, one who have been bitterly dejected with the way the home side have been dismissed this series.
And ahead of today’s second T20, England will once again look to try and finally register a win today. Albeit extremely unlikely, the side have the skills at their disposal to overhaul this deficit and register a series win here.
EN-W vs AU-W Probable Winner
Test, ODI or T20s, England women just can’t seem to defeat Australia across any of the three formats. It’s been a chastening and harrowing time for them this summer against one of their biggest rivals with the side putting on horrendous displays with no sight of improvement in the future.
And with Australia absolutely relentless and ruthless, expect this to be another win for them here. They’ve enjoyed playing against an English side which have languished both while batting and bowling and there’s no chance England win this one.
Probable Playing 11
Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone, Amy Jones (wk), Heather Knight (c), Laura Marsh, Natalie Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Winfield, Danni Wyatt
Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Ellyse Perry, Ashleigh Gardner, Rachael Haynes, Sophie Molineux, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham, Delissa Kimmince, Megan Schutt
Women’s Ashes Series
Match: England Vs Australia Second T20
Date And Time: 28th July, Sunday- 6:30pm IST
Venue: The County Ground, Hove
Pitch Conditions And Toss
As the previous encounter showed, this wicket is going to be a pinch perfect one for batting. The conditions are perfect over here to come out and find the boundary with their being little purchase for the bowlers. The toss won’t really make a difference but batting first and posting a big total looks ideal.
Wicket-Keepers for EN-W vs AU-W Dream11
Australia’s Alyssa Healy is our wicket-keeper for this encounter. Sarah Taylor from England will not be participating in the series and Amy Jones has not been in the best of form, making Healy the best pick here.
Batswomen for EN-W vs AU-W Dream11
Playing out one of the most exquisite innings we have seen in the women’s T20 arena, Australia’s captain Meg Lanning walks into our side. She went onto register a mammoth 133, hitting 17 fours and 7 sixes and we see her fully regaling us in yet another soiree today as well.
Opener Beth Mooney is also picked up by us from the side after she scored a half0centuy to give her captain the perfect support at the top of the order. The only pick from England is that Lauren Winfield, the only bat who looked interested in doing something with the bat the last time around.
All-Rounders for EN-W vs AU-W Dream11
With 2 wickets for herself, Australia’s Ellyse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner with a score of 27 in the series opener make a way into our side. Perry didn’t get too bat for a long time in the last match but with her elevation in the batting ranks, expect her to contribute to your side massively today with both the bat and ball.
From England we have picked by Natalie Sciver and Katherine Brunt after the two managed to score 28 and 29 respectively.
Bowling Order for EN-W vs AU-W Dream11
Her side’s most successful bowler with figures of 3-25, pacer Megan Schutt is bound to wreck havoc in England’s ranks today as well. She’s indispensible to our side and is going to be accompanied by rank turner Sophie Molineux for this while another spinner comes in, this time from England in Sophie Ecclestone.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Meg Lanning has been selected as our captain for this match while Perry is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Advice
With teams partaking in the tournament in a hectic and congested schedule, one which sees several countries play on consecutive days, there is a likelihood of sides changing their playing 11’s for every match. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your side which include the best performers for each side with players being roped in based on their pivotal role and importance to the team paired with the pitch conditions, toss and recent performances.