WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11 Prediction: Best Dream11 team for today’s West Indies vs Ireland Women 3rd T20I | TSR helps you with best Dream11 team.
There’s just no stopping the exhilarating West Indies sojourn for the Ireland women cricket team. Looking to restore parity in the series after being bludgeoned in the opening match, Ireland fell to a 45 run defeat against West Indies on Tuesday to lose grasp of the three match series.
Having lost the series, the third and final T20 on Wednessday is all about restoring lost face for Ireland. Having managed to bat out their full quota of overs and reach the symbolic milestone of 100 in the previous contest, the side will be looking to take heart from that much improved batting performance and continue to build on it ahead of their ODI and T20 series against Bangladesh.
Elsewhere for West Indies, the culminating encounter is all about continuing to do much of the same come the 29th. They’ve outplayed Ireland in all three departments of the game, hardly having to be drained in their efforts to nail down a graceful and flamboyant performance that sees them in complete control of the series.
WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11 Prediction
Wicket-keepers for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
With a neat little 25 runs for herself, Mary Waldron was only one of the few players from Ireland to reach double digits and the opener is going to be selected by us once again. In a batting line-up filled with mistakes, she’s offered solitude as she becomes the one well versed performer in the line-up.
Batsmen for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
Britney Cooper is going to be our first pick from West Indies given her reliable and consistent performances this series. The pitches have been good to come out and play on, offering more than enough for pristine strokeplay to find the fence and she’ll be accompanied by Shemaine Campbell in our side. Chedean Nation will be third pick from West Indies given she got a go out for 4 overs with the ball as well.
Victory by 45 runs and unassailable 2-0 series lead!
IREW 112/6 (20)
Garth 51* Waldron 25
— WINDIES Women (@windieswomen) May 28, 2019
With no Cooper the previous time around and Stacy-Ann-King massively impressing in both the facets of the game, she’s going to be a questionable pick for us. She’s looking quite the find at just 8 credits and if she can replicate her stellar showing from the opening match, it’ll be a rich haul of points coming in our Dream 11 side.
All-rounders for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
Hayley Mathews was being written off completely by everyone after her time in India and the first match of this series but she showed why she’s such a pivotal figure for her side in the second match. Coming out to bat, the all-rounder scored a boundary stroked 33 runs to give her side the perfect platform. She’s going to come into our side again for the match.
The second all-rounder pick from West Indies is a little troublesome one for us. Stefanie Taylor demoted herself way too down the order and with her deciding not to give herself a go with the ball, she’s no longer looking as the same points bucket as she did in the opening match. With West Indies having sealed the series, we might be in for another shuffle in the batting order and we are going to leave her out for this.
From Ireland in comes their captain Kim Garth. She’s without a doubt been their finest performer this series, a dependable performer with both the bat and ball to amass over 100 runs in the game. While Ireland hardly warrant any players, she’s one we would consider any day given the tantalizing touch she’s been in.
Bowlers for WI-W vs IR-W Dream 11
It’s going to be a bowling heavy unit and we’ll begin with the Ireland bowlers first. Celeste Raack and Sophie MacMahon are our two picks given how economical they’ve been throughout the series along with getting the wickets as well to themselves.
Aly Fletcher will begin our West Indies pick with her being the go to bowler for the West Indies. The second pick makes for a tricky proposition especially given the way West Indies have decided to rotate their bowlers this series and we’ll be just picking up Karishma Ramharack given that she’ll be looking to be given another outing as West Indies gear up for bigger series.