NSW Vs WBW Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11, Toss, Pitch And Match Report: Unscathed Wellington Blaze look to keep their unblemished record intact today.
The league stages of the women’s edition of the Super Smash have been every bt about Wellington Blaze. Unbeaten in the six matches they have plied their skill set in till now, the side find themselves sitting befittingly in top spot, a position which has seen no challengers till now.
And when they step out to the middle for the second match slated for this New Year’s day, the side will be looking to emulate the same rampant form which has seen them emerge as outright favourites for the league trophy. The side further reserved their spot at the pinnacle the last time around with a 6 wicket win over the Hearts.
Elsewhere for fifth placed Northern Spirit, 2019 was capped off with yet another dejecting result. Playing against Otago Sparks, the side shambolically last way in pursuit of the 147 run target laid out infront of them to be put down by 10 runs. It was their third defeat in five matches, form which exemplified why they have struggled so abysmally this season, showings they’ll be looking to overhaul come a fresh year.
One of the easier matches to call for us, yet another win looks set to be on the cards far the Blaze. They are undoubtedly the most well rounded and complete side in the league, a side who should find It relatively easy to cruise their way to their 7th win.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A extremely sublime wicket far the batters, the pitch over here is completely devoid of anything for the bowlers especially in the opening part of the encounter, one which will lead the team winning the toss opting to bat first today.
Probable Playing 11
Katie Gurrey, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Felicity Leydon-Davis (C), Kate Anderson, Brooke Halliday, Eimear Richardson, Olivia Lobb (WK), Lily Mulivai, Charlotte Sarsfield, Carolyn Esterhuizen, Lauren Heaps
Rachel Priest (WK), Rebecca Burns, Sophie Devine (C), Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Leigh Kasperek, Thamsyn Newton, Liz Green-Perry, Jess Kerr, Maneka Singh, Deanna Doughty
Super Smash 2019-20
Match: Northern Spirit Vs Wellington Blaze
Date And Time: 1st January, Wednesday- 8:00am IST
Venue: Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
Where To Watch: FanCode
- Katie Gurrey, Kate Anderson, Carolyn Esterhuizen, Lauren Heaps
- Rachel Priest, Rebecca Burns, Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr
Top 4 Batting Order
- Katie Gurrey, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Felicity Leydon-Davis, Kate Anderson
- Rachel Priest, Rebecca Burns, Sophie Devine, Maddy Green
- Katie Gurrey, Kate Anderson
- Rachel Priest, Sophie Devine
Death Overs Bowlers
- Charlotte Sarsfield, Carolyn Esterhuizen
- Jess Kerr, Deanna Doughty
NSW Vs WBW Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
She has been the focal point of her side’s batting order, a name who has provided her side with some astute foundations to effortlessly loft themselves from to make Rachel Priest from Wellington Blaze our pick in this facet of our side.
NSW Vs WBW Dream11 Batswomen
She’s going to be accompanied by Maddy Green along with Rebecca Burns who scored 20 runs for Wellington Blaze the last time around.
Elsewhere, for the day from the opposition, Katie Gurrey will be the first name to be enshrined in the docket of our Dream 11 setup. The player has showed frit and guile in an otherwise languishing batting unit with the opener scoring 24 runs the last time around as well to emote why she’s held in such high esteem.
NSW Vs WBW Dream11 All-Rounders
Her team’s top scorer with the 40 runs in the foregone affair, Felicity Leydon Davis tried her level best to keep her side in the chase till the closing stages and push them as close to the target as plausible. Kate Anderson will be her partner for the day from Northern Spirit while we have an akin duo being brought in from Wellington Blaze as well.
It begins with Sophie Devine with the revered all-rounder once again showing why she’s considered as a stalwart of the game in New Zealand with imperious displays on a consistent basis this season. Amelia Kerr top scored for her side with 47 runs the last time around in a tricky run chase to see her come in as well from the side.
NSW Vs WBW Dream11 Bowling Order
With two wickets a apiece to their name in the side’s last outing, both Jess Kerr and Deanna Doughty showed why they are such tenacious players. The two players have been the custodians of their side’s bowling unit this season, rising to the occasion with wicket to wicket line and length to make the duo our pick for this one.
Lauren Heaps becomes our sole player from Northern Spirit to bring an end to our set of picks for this forthcoming outing.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Devine will lead our side out as the captain with her counterpart Kerr being the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.