PK-W vs SA-W Best Dream 11 Team: South Africa look to build on the momentum of a stellar and stunning performance towards 3rd T20 against Pakistan
South Africa Vs Pakistan Women Best Dream 11 Team
The T20 series is charting out the same course as the ODI series did. After having gone down to a dejected batting display in the first T20, the South Africa women side were at their stupendous best. In what was a seamless blend between the bat and ball, the home side left Pakistan in tatters to subsequently make a crucial comeback into the series.
The immense fighting spirit shown by the hosts was piquant. Fielding first, everyone stepped up in the pace battery for South Africa with some absolute rippers that saw the ball to shape into the batters. Failing to read the ball that came across into them, it was a maligned performance by Pakistan with their irresponsible stay at the crease seeing wickets tumble at regular intervals.
And doing full justice to the exemplary showing that their bowlers put on were the batters who couldn’t have made the win anymore easier for the side. In the end, an 8 wicket win for South Africa was the correct result, one that did testament to the fact at how compelling they had toyed with Pakistan.
With no rest between the second and third T20, we fully eye the hosts building on the immense momentum they would have garnered from Saturday’s faceoff. Building on the back of that, our T20 Dream 11 side for the match is also built keeping in mind a South African carnage.
Wicket-Keeper for PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11
Jafta retains her place for this match as well. She didn’t get a chance to come out and bat such was SA’s top-order dominance but she’s a safe pick with the gloves. She latches onto 99% of her chances and if asked to come out to bat, we rely on her to get a good 20 runs lower down the order in the closing stages.
Batsmen for PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11
Lizelle Lee fully reposed the massive faith we had retained in her. Despite being dismissed for 0 in the opening match, she made a tremendous comeback with a half-century, player of the match performance that guided SAW to a comfortable win in the end. We pick the opener up yet again with Perez coming in to accompany her.
In Pakistan’s languishing batting performance, it was Bismah Mahroof with her second half-century of the series that kept her side in the match. She remained unbeaten at 63 and we are going to pick her for this one as well along with Umaima Sohail.
All-Rounders for PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11
We wished we could have nabbed off 4 all-rounders, such has been the scintillating display they’ve shown in the opening exchanges of the series. It’s become a tricky proposition to nail down on the 2 picks we want to hammer down from South Africa but we start off with Marizanne Kapp. She’s emerged as a player who we just can’t live without in our side, someone who has to be included without any questions.
Sune Luus was pinch perfect in the second match but we will continue to stick with Chloe Tyron solely based on her batting position. From Pakistan we’ll continue to pick Nida Dar in our unit given the number 5 spot she holds and her 4 overs with the ball.
Bowlers for PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11
The consummate success that South Africa saw in the last clash was down to their pacer Tumi Sekhukhune. She just can’t be kept away from the wickets column, that’s how on the money she has been and we pick her as the first pick in this facet. Following up will be Ismail from the home side.
We will pick Rameen Shamim from Pakistan solely on the reason that she was economical while everyone around her was destroyed. The tight line and length and wicket to wicket bowling could see it difficult to get under the ball and induce a few false shots from SAW.
Captain And Vice-Captain for PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11
Marizanne Kapp got us a whole hoard of points as captain the last time around and we are going to hand her with the massive responsibly yet again. Lizelle Lee will be our vice-captain with us expecting her to effortlessly play out the fulcrum of SA’s batting effort.
5 Match T20 Series, South Africa Vs Pakistan Women 3rd ODI
Date And Time: 19th May, Sunday- 4:30pm