West Indies Women vs South Africa Women 20th Match Prediction Dream11 Team

West Indies Women vs South Africa Women 20th Match Prediction

Match:   WI-W vs SA-W (Women's World Cup)
Time:    03 Mar, 01:30 PM (IST)
Series::  ICC Women T20 World Cup, 2020
Venue:   Sydney Showground Stadium - Sydney, Australia.

 After toss Update: 

Toss: Match abandoned without a ball bowled (no toss)

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 Team Form in Last 5 T20I Matches (most recent first) 


 Head to Head Stats 

(Matches Played 18)

WIN-W  Won   13
SA-W  Won     04
No Result        01
Tie                   00

 % Chance to win 

WI-W       40%

SA-W       60%

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  • After winning their first three matches, South Africa are brimming with confidence and have lots of momentum on their side.
  • West Indies boast an excellent track record against South Africa having beaten them 13 times out of 17 in the 20-over format.
  • Windies captain Stafanie Taylor has been ruled out with injury and her absence will weaken the team's already struggling batting.

 WI-W vs SA-W  Weather Report 

This could be a shortened game as light showers have been forecast for Tuesday evening. Weather is likely to be pretty cool with temperatures fluctuating around 20 degrees Celsius. The breeze blowing from the south-east should aid seam bowlers a bit more.

 WI-W vs SA-W  Toss Prediction 

The side batting first at this ground has had plenty of success in this T20 World Cup. And since the pitch has tended to become slower during the course of a match, the toss-winning skipper will probably choose to bat first.

 WI-W vs SA-W   Pitch Condition 

The Sydney Showground Stadium has not witnessed a high-scoring game in this tournament. 137 has been the average first-innings score here so far and that has proved to be enough on this slow and low surface. Expect another balanced battle between bat and ball.

 Predicted Lineups


Hayley Matthews (c), Deandra Dottin, Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Chedean Nation, Britney Cooper, Chinelle Henry/Shamilia Connell, Lee-Ann Kirby, Aaliyah Alleyne, Afy Fletcher, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman.


Lizelle Lee, Dane van Niekerk (c), Marizanne Kapp, Mignon du Preez, Laura Wolvaardt, Sune Luus, Chloe Tryon, Trisha Chetty (wk), Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Nonkululeko Mlaba.

 WI-W vs SA-W D11 Fantasy Team: 

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Initial Team in Text:
1. S Campbelle
2. L Lee
3. H Mathews
4. S Luss
5. L Wolwardt
6. D Dottin
7. D Van Niekerk
8. M Kapp
9. A Mohammad
10. S Ismail
11. N Mlaba

 Key Players: 

 WI-W Key Players: 

 Shemaine Campbelle:
She has been the team's best batter after Stafanie Taylor and will have a lot of responsibility on her shoulders now in the absence of the skipper. The wicketkeeper is averaging 34.50 in the tournament and scored 43 last week against Pakistan.

 Hayley Matthews:
With Stafanie Taylor injured, Matthews is expected to captain the Windies against South Africa. The opener is yet to get going with the bat and the onus will be on her to take the team off to a good start.

 Afy Fletcher:
The leg-spinner has taken three wickets in as many matches in this Women's T20 World Cup. She has bowled with a pretty good economy rate of 6.10 and will be the team's best bet with the ball in those crucial middle overs.

 SA-W Key Players: 

 Lizelle Lee:
She is among the top ten run-getters in the tournament and is having a healthy strike-rate of 143.42. The opening batter cracked a century recently against Thailand and will look to play another big knock come Tuesday.

 Dane van Niekerk:
She made an impressive 46 in the opening game against England and the team will want her to play a captain's knock after having scored in single digits on the previous two occasions. Dane van Niekerk can also make an impact with her leg-spin.

Shabnim Ismail:
With five wickets at an economy of 4.56, Shabnim Ismail has been South Africa's best performer with the ball in this tournament. The pacer was the pick of the bowlers last time against Pakistan with figures of 1-17 from four overs.

 Team Forms: 

 West Indies Women: 

West Indies have been struggling in this format of the game since the latter-half of last year, losing 11 matches out of 12. The one that they did win was against the eleventh-ranked Thailand in their opening fixture of this Women's T20 World Cup. That was followed by back-to-back losses - against Pakistan by eight wickets and England by 46 runs in the last game. With just two points from three games, the Windies currently find themselves third in the Group B standings.

 South Africa Women: 

South Africa have looked very impressive so far in this Women's T20 World Cup. They have had a wonderful start to the tournament, winning their first three fixtures on the bounce to book a berth in the semi-finals. They now have six points in the bag and are placed second on the Group B leaderboard. After clinching a six-wicket win in their low-scoring campaign opener against England, the Proteas Women brushed aside Thailand in the massive 113-run win and then beat Pakistan by 17 runs last time out.

Hayley Matthews, Deandra Dottin, Stafanie Taylor(c), Shemaine Campbelle(w), Chedean Nation, Britney Cooper, Lee-Ann Kirby, Aaliyah Alleyne, Afy Fletcher, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell, Sheneta Grimmond, Cherry Ann Fraser.

Lizelle Lee, Dane van Niekerk(c), Marizanne Kapp, Mignon du Preez, Laura Wolvaardt, Sune Luus, Chloe Tryon, Trisha Chetty(w), Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Masabata Klaas, Nadine de Klerk, Tumi Sekhukhune, Nondumiso Shangase.

All the best


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