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Australia vs West Indies Dream11 Prediction: 3rd ODI, July 24, 2021

Australia vs West Indies Dream11 Prediction: 3rd ODI, July 24, 2021, Australia Tour of West Indies

Bridgetown will host Australia vs West Indies, the 3rd ODI of the ongoing series of Australia’s tour of the West Indies, on July 24, 2021. In this article, we preview the game and make our Australia vs West Indies Dream11 Prediction.

Team Australia Report

Josh Philippe, Ben McDermott, Mitchell Marsh, Moises Henriques, Alex Carey, Ashton Turner, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Wes Agar, Josh Hazlewood

Team West Indies Report

Shai Hope, Evin Lewis, Shimron Hetmyer, Jason Mohammed, Darren Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Hayden Walsh, Akeal Hosein, Sheldon Cottrell

Dream11 Fantasy Team for 3rd ODI

Wicketkeepers

Shai Hope is arguably the best batsman in the West Indies squad. In his last six matches, Hope has scored 496 runs at 82.67, with a strike rate of 81.84. Alex Carey has scored 264 runs at 66.00 in his last 5 ODI innings, including a top score of 106 against England at Manchester. In the absence of first-string players in the squad, Carey was made captain on the back of his good performances on the tour of England in 2020.

Batsmen

Josh Philippe scored 39 off 42 balls in his debut innings in the first ODI of the series, justifying the faith of the selectors. Kieron Pollard has been an impact player for West Indies across formats. In his last 9 ODI innings, Pollard has scored 296 runs at 46.00, including 56 in his latest innings against Australia in the 1st ODI of the series. In his fledgling ODI career, Ashton Turner has made 191 runs in 8 matches, including a top score of 84 not out versus India in March 2019. In his last innings in the first ODI of the ongoing series versus West Indies, Turner made 49.

All-Rounders

Mitchell Marsh has scored 383 runs in his last 13 ODI innings at 29.6, while supplementing the performance with 7 wickets. 

Bowlers

Alzarri Joseph has been among the most successful West Indian bowlers in recent times. In his last 10 ODIs, Joseph has taken 18 wickets at an economy rate of 4.62 and a strike rate of 32.66. Adam Zampa has made spin a potent weapon for Australia, taking 23 wickets in his last 10 ODI matches, while registering an economy rate of 5.31 and a strike rate of 23.82. Josh Hazlewood has taken 17 wickets in his last 9 matches with an economy rate of 4.54 and a strike rate of 30.00. In the first match of the ongoing series at Bridgetown, Starc showed why he is rated one of the world’s best fast bowlers across formats, taking 5 wickets for 49 to help Australia crush the hosts. Hayden Walsh has emerged as one of the best white ball fast bowling prospects for West Indies, with 12 wickets in the recently concluded T20I series. In the first ODI of the ongoing series, Walsh took 5/39 to add to his reputation.

Captain and Vice-Captain

Alex Carey and Mitchell Marsh are the captain and vice-captain of our dream11.

Dream11

Our AUS vs WI Dream11 Team Prediction reads as follows: Shai Hope, Alex Carey, Josh Phillippe, Kieron Pollard, Ashton Turner, Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Starc, Hayden Walsh, Josh Hazlewood, Alzarri Joseph, Adam Zampa

Summary

We have made our Australia vs West Indies Dream11 Prediction, allowing the most recent performances of players to influence our selections.

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