WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11 Prediction: Best Dream11 team for today’s West Indies vs Ireland Women 1st T20I | TSR helps you with best Dream11 team.
Ireland women cricket team are set to begin a new journey for themselves in the arena of the cricketing fraternity. Ahead of what is set to be a long, congested and hectic summer for them, the side will be partaking in a three match T20 series against West Indies.
They’ll be following it up by a full-fledged series against Zimbabwe, before partaking in a quadrangular series which will be proceeded by the vital T20 World Cup qualifiers.
And there couldn’t be a better way to begin their advent into major cricketing series than contesting with one of the finest T20 side on the global stage. In West Indies they have an opponent who is astoundingly well versed, a complete unit renowned for the wide range of cricketing abilities.
West Indies are without a doubt favourites to come out on top of this series. They defeated Pakistan 2-1 in their most recent T20 outing. It was a result that had stunned the cricketing arena with the host nation considered as the likeliest side to go all the way and get their arms around the glistening trophy.
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) May 24, 2019
WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11 Prediction
Bowlers for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
Ireland are going to lose a basket full of wickets in this match with the West Indian bowling line-up besmirching their efforts of putting on a total of any semblance. Alfy fletch and Shamina Connel will be the two players who are bound to pick up wickets at regular intervals and they both come in.
From Ireland, the lone pick of Louise Little wraps up our side.
All-rounders for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
Ranked 10 th in the ICC T20 rankings, Ireland’s lacklustre and lopsided batting order has been the main reason for their abject showings on the biggest stage. However with mainstays, Isobel, Cecelia Joyce, Clare Shillington and Ciara Metcalfe all retiring after the T20 World Cup, the side is set for a transition as it looks to imbed in a hoard of few players into their side.
It’s the all-rounders from their side who we are earmarking to help us get a few points for us. Kim Garth and Laura Delaney will be looking to take the new bunch under their tutelage and show resilience on the day with some resolute performances. We’ll select Laura Delaney to come into our side for this one.
From West Indies, it’ll be Hayley Matthews who comes in. She can deliver with both the bat and ball and has been known to take centrestage in the side. Despite enduring an average Women’s T20 Challenger league in India, back among the national side, she’s bound to score runs. Giving her company will be Stefanie Taylor, another player who can rip apart any bowling unit in the world.
Wicket-keepers for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
Mary Waldron was the first of six players to receive a professional contract from the Ireland Cricket Board this year and with an astute experience behind her, we expect her to a bankable player for her side this series. She’s one of the few batsmen who can apply herself in the middle and score runs once settled into her groove and we are going to select her from the side.
With the new rules in place, we are going to make fruitful use of them and get in another wicket-keeper, this time from West Indies. It’ll be opener Kycia Knight who is our pick with Ireland’s bowling having till now shown nothing of note. If Knight can apply herself in the early part, the match can turn out to be one where she can get a big innings.
Batswomen for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
It’s a heavily chopped and changed unit for Ireland and due to this we’ll be picking up just Gaby Lewis from the side. The opener is someone who still inspires some kind of confidence and with overs on her side, she can eye out a way to craft an important innings for her side.
From West Indies, we are going to select Shemaine Campbell and Chedean Nation. The injures to all-rounder and number 3 batter Dottin mean that these two will be promoted up the order and it’s a new role which could fully see them amassing a bagful of runs.