New Zealand Women vs Australia Women Dream11 Prediction: 3rd T20I, Australia Tour of New Zealand Match Prediction
In this article we look at New Zealand Women vs Australia Women: 3rd T20I, April 1, 2021 to be played at Auckland. We present our New Zealand vs Australia Dream11 Prediction comprising of 6 Australian women and 5 New Zealand players. This time around, we have opted for the players most Dream 11 contestants have chosen.
NZ vs AUS 3rd T20I Match Details
After T20I matches at Hamilton and Napier, the action moves to Auckland where New Zealand women will cross swords with World Champions Australia.
Team New Zealand Report
The home team is likely to field the following eleven players in the match at Auckland: Sophie Devine (c), Hayley Jensen, Maddy Green, Amy Satterthwaite, Katey Martin (w-k), Brooke Halliday, Amelia Kerr, Katie Perkins, Rosemary Mair, Jess Kerr, Leigh Kasperek.
Team Australia Report
The following players are likely to feature in the visitors’ playing eleven on 1 April: Alyssa Healy (w-k), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Nicola Carey, E Perry, Megan Schutt, Jess Jonassen, Vakarewa.
Dream11 Fantasy Team for 3rd T20I
As we have already stated, our selection is based on popularity. In other words, we have gone with the majority opinion measured by the percentage of people who have opted for a particular player in a given role, such as wicketkeeping, batting, bowling, and allrounder positions.
Healy is the clear winner for the wicketkeeper’s position with over 88% opting for the Australian stumper. In the batting spots, Australia’s Mooney with over 83% is the leader of the pack. NZ’s Amy Satterthwaite is close behind her, with over 76% opting for her. She is followed in turn by NZ’s Green and Australia’s Lanning. The allrounder spots go to NZ’s A Kerr and Australia’s E Perry. The bowling spots go to NZ’s Molineux, NZ’s Mair, Australia’s Schutt, and Australia’s Vakarewa, in that order.
Thus, our Dream 11 reads as follows:
Healy (c), A Kerr (v-c), Mooney, Satterthwaite, Green, Lanning, Perry, Molineux, Mair, Schutt, Vakarewa.
As you can see, in our NZ vs AUS Dream11 Team Prediction, we have chosen 6 Australians and 5 New Zealanders based on their popular appeal, which is not a bad indicator of form, as players are only as popular as they are successful. If you are wondering whether we chose all of the most popular players, we must confess that we omitted one: Sophie Devine. The NZ skipper is the most popular choice for allrounder and is also the most expensive at 10 cr. We chose to ignore Devine as she has not batted consistently in the last 10 matches. Otherwise, all our other choices reflect popular appeal. For the captain’s role, we have chosen Healy in keeping with the majority opinion. Likewise, we have made A Kerr the vice-captain.
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