SC-W vs ND-W Dream11 Team Prediction: Scotland and Netherlands look to shake off harrowing defeats pursuit of their first win.
The opening day of the Euro-Asia Quadrangular Series stayed true to its narrative. The firm favourites ended up recording massive wins while the lower placed sides were put down with ease, seeing the marquee series play out exactly according to everyone’s expectations.
And Netherlands will be wishing that it doesn’t continue in that tune when they face off against Scotland for their second match of the day today. Up against a side who were trashed by 72 runs in the league opener, Netherlands know they might just end up registering their first win of the series today.
Clashing heads with Thailand on Thursday in both the outfits opening encounter of the series, Scotland completely faltered in their pursuit of Thailand’s 129. They were bundled out for 55 horrendous run, putting up a shambolic display with the bat where the side failed to display any kind of fortitude with not one batter interested in biding their time out in the middle.
Up against Netherlands who fell to a resounding 79 run defeat against Ireland in the series opener and Ireland might just be fancying their chances today just like their opponents. They are up against a side who suffered a worse defeat than they did, slumping to 90 in their pursuit of Ireland’s 169-5, a result which saw them being heavily trounced in both the facets of the game.
SC-W vs ND-W Dream11 Team Prediction
Probable Playing XI
Sarah Bryce, Becky Glen, Lorna Jack, Ruth Willis, Rachael Scholes, Priyanaz, Sam Haggo, Katie McGill, Megan McColl, Hannah Rainey, Charis Scott
Juliët Post (c), Annemijn van Beuge, Leonie Bennet, Caroline de Lange, Babette de Leede (wk), Frederique Overdijk , Robine Rijke, Silver Siegers, Annemijn Thomson, Miranda Veringmeier, Sterre Kalis
Pitch Conditions and Toss
Scotland showed us yesterday that if you are willing to play the good shots and not just lash out without any motive at every delivery, this is an extremely fine wicket. It’s going to be a batting friendly wicket once again today with this being the first match of the day here. Expect the side winning the toss opting to bat first with runs of the scoreboard extremely critical.
Netherlands Women’s TEAM: Juliet Post (c), Babette de Leede (wk), Annemijn van Beuge, Annemijn Thomson, Robine Rijke, Iris Zwilling, Frederique Overdijk, Silver Seigers, Caroline De Lange, Eva Lynch, Frederique Van Arkel.
— Cricket🏏Netherlands (@KNCBcricket) August 8, 2019
With both the sides suffering massive defeats on day 1, calling a winner out from this series is extremely difficult. However with Netherland managing to bat their quota of overs and registering 35 more runs than Ireland on the scoreboard, we are going to be siding with them for a win today.
Dream 11 Picks for SC-W vs ND-W Dream11
Wicket-keepers for SC-W vs ND-W Dream11
With us putting heavy emphasis on choosing a wicket-keeper based on their ability to contribute with catches and stumpings as well, Netherlands’ Babette de Leede is the perfect testament to that narrative. Not only was she one of the top scorers from her side yesterday but came up with a slew of contributions with the gloves as well, seeing her become our pick over here.
Batswomen for SC-W vs ND-W Dream11
Middle-order bat, Robine Rijke continues to stay in our side from Netherlands with her making scores of 46, 45 and 51 over the course of this year along with having picked up 6 wickets. Her captain Juliet Post joins her after showing her ability to find the boundary in the previous encounter.
Elsewhere with Scotland managing to put on just 55 runs yesterday wt them being sent back to the pavilion in just 16 overs, picking out too many batters from their side would have been an extremely foolish decision on our behalf. Opener Becky Glen might have failed to impress yesterday but up against a much lighter bowling unit we envision her regaling us in a soiree today. Lorna Jack comes in from the side as well to complete our two woman partnership from the side.
All-rounders for SC-W vs ND-W Dream11
Both our picks are from Netherlands here with Scotland choosing not to play Rebecca yesterday. Although it’s likely that she is indulged in today by the side, we are not going to rush bringing her into our side.
Eva Lynch becomes our pick from Netherlands while we have also opted for Annemijn Thomson for this match.
Bowlers for SC-W vs ND-W Dream11
With these sides going onto lose 17 wickets in between in the previous encounter, we were always going to get in some myriad names in our bowling facet. Netherlands see us go in with their spearhead Caroline de Lange and Annemijn Van Beuge, someone who ended up as the highest wicket taker against Scotland.
From Scotland we are getting in their frontline bowler, Katie McGill with the pacer showing resilience to keep Thailand to an average score along with Hannah Rainey.
Dream 11 disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, their performances in recent time, how the two teams have fared in the cricketing fraternity over the course of the last year, 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 who are expected to dole out the maximum points.