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WNCL 2019-20: QUN-W vs TAS-W – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Team And Preview

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Match Details

Queensland Fire vs Tasmanian Tigers
Souths District Cricket Club, Brisbane
September 23rd, 2019
7:00 AM IST

Preview

After a tough loss to Western Australia, Queenslanders look to kickstart their campaign as they face the Tasmanian Women at the South District Cricket Club in Brisbane. In spite of a balanced side in their possession, Queensland Fire didn’t put up a good score despite a late order surge. While the likes of Sammy Jo-Johnson and Jemma Barsby impressed with the ball, they succumbed to a loss in their opening game. In front of home support, Queensland will consider themselves as the favorites with the Tasmanians also losing their first game in a low-scoring thriller against WA. With both teams looking to overcome this false start, an entertaining game of cricket between two of the most exciting sides in the division awaits.

Pitch Report

A decent track is on offer with scores of 220-240 being highly competitive. The pacers should get some help from the surface like the spinners, who will be crucial in the middle overs on Monday.

Weather Report

The weather forecast looks promising with no rain on the cards for the entire duration of the match. Pacers should get additional help from the overlying conditions as both sides look to overcome their false start in the tournament.

Injuries: No injury concerns were reported from either side

Predicted XI

QUN-W:

Queensland shouldn’t tinker with it’s line-up early on with only one match done and dusted. In Grace Harris, they have one of the breakout starts of last year with the all-rounder even scoring a hundred in WBBL. Along with Laura Harris and Kirby Short, Grace Harris in crucial to the fortunes of this side. While she plays a major role in the bowling department as well, the onus will be on Johnson and Prestwidge, who yield the new ball for the Queenslanders in this format.
G Harris, K Short, L Harris, G Redmayne, C Knott, M Hinkley, J Dooley, S Johnson, J Barsby, G Prestwidge and H Birkett

TAS-W:

No changes are expected from Tasmania despite losing its first game. Corinne Hall was their best batter with a fifty to her credit against a formidable WA bowling unit on Sunday. With the likes of Erin Fazackerley, Meg Phillips and Belinda Vakarewa also in their ranks, Tasmania should fancy their chances on what should be a decent wicket to bat on.
M Phillips, S Daffara, C Hall, E Thompson, S Maloney, B Hepburn, E Fazackerley, E Geeves, M Gibson, S Bates and B Vakarewa.

Top Picks:

Although they started off on the wrong note, Grace Harris and Kirby Short are must-have in the fantasy team given their experience playing in the WBBL. Walking along the same lines, Hobart Hurricanes regulars, Corrinne Hall and Sasha Moloney also warranty a place in the side. Sammy-Jo Johnson was the pick of the bowlers in the first game and should do well in this one as well while all eyes will be upon  Belinda Vakarewa, who is the Tasmanians’ best bet with the ball in hand on Monday.

Captaincy Options:

1. G Harris
2. E Thompson
3. L Harris

 

Fantasy Team & Point Projections

 G Redmayne, Points: 34-36, Grade: B

E Thompson, Points: 56-58, Grade: A

G Harris, Points: 60-62, Grade: A

L Harris, Points: 52-54, Grade: A

K Short, Points: 58-60, Grade: A

C Hall, Points: 22-24, Grade: B

S Moloney, Points: 24-26, Grade: B

S Jo-Johnson, Points: 50-52, Grade: A

J Barsby, Points: 40-42, Grade: A

B Vakarewa, Points: 48-50, Grade: A

S Bates, Points: 28-30, Grade: B




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