PK-W vs SA-W Dream 11 Prediction : After an exhilarating ODI series, South Africa Women and Pakistan Women turn to the shortest format of the game
South Africa Vs Pakistan Women Dream 11
Proceeding an exhilarating 3 match ODI series, South Africa and Pakistan are set to turn their attentions to the shortest format of the game. Beginning 15th May, the two countries are set to take to the field in a 5 match T20 series, one that is bound to be a testament to the leaps and bounds by which women’s cricket has grown over the year.
If the ODI series is anything to go by, we are set to be engrossed in a resounding brand of cricket come today. The two sides played out a 1-1 draw in the series, with South Africa restoring parity in the second match after the first was won by Pakistan. Chasing in Benoni, Pakistan managed to draw level with the hosts 265, leaving the match ending with both the sides sharing the spoils. It was the sixth overall drawn result in a women’s match with South Africa taking part in an unprecedented third.
Ahead of the match slated for a 4:30pm IST start, we scour through the most scalable players for your Dream 11 side which can help create a tangible side. Our in-depth analysis pours into and offers insight based on the playing conditions and strength of both the sides.
Sinalo Jafta was the wicket-keeper in the ODI series for the South African unit but with opener Lizelle Lee imbedded in this category as well in the game, she becomes our pick without a doubt. She scored a breezy 57 in 61 balls, an exquisite innings that saw her find her way to the boundary 10 times. She’s an expansive player, armed with a stupendous variety of shots and the T20 format will suit her.
Laura Wolvaardt got a half-century as well in the closing match of the series, albeit a slow but dependable one. She’s someone who can be banked upon to get the runs for your side with a 74 as well in her kitty in the second match that saw SA clean the floor by 8 wickets. She’s the only South African batter we’ve decided to pick for this encounter.
Javeria Khan got a 74 and 34 in the ODI series and with her coming in at number 3, she becomes our first pick from Pakistan’s side. Umaaima Sohail can be among the runs as well if she gets going and gets set in the middle. Bismah Mahroof will complete the batting order which has seen us opt for three Pakistan’s players.
We’ve gone for the full quota of the specialist exponents with the both the bat and ball here, completing South Africa’s exquisite batting order in this section. The home side’s captain, Sune Luus has been a flawless figure in the side’s middle-order, plying on the runs mercilessly in what has been a stupendous display with the bat by her. She’s been unperturbed by Pakistan’s pacers, something her outright 80 run innings in the concluding ODI saw.
Chloe Tyrone is the second pick we’ve gone from for South Africa with the bowler set to be amongst the wicket on pitches that will pay dividends to her style of bowling. The lone pick from Pakistan with Nida Dar coming in given that she comes out to bat relatively up the order and is given the entire quota of overs to send down as well.
Surprisingly enough, it’s this department that we’ve packed the most heavily given how the bowlers have enjoyed the most time out in the middle. Barring the last match, both South Africa and Pakistan were blown apart concurrently in the series and we trust the pacers to reap the rewards of yet more friendly conditions here.
The profoundly illustrious Masabata Klass from South Africa is the first player we wanted when we set out to pick this part. She got a hattrick in the second match, following it up with a further three wickets in the decisive match and she’s been just riveting. Tumi completes the set of players from South Africa, seeing us pick out 6 players from their side.
Form Pakistan Aliya Riaz comes in, given that she becomes first of the bowlers to come out and bat and also that she costs just 7.5 credits. Pinched for money here to build our time, she is a good pick with the contributions likely from both the bat and ball.