Women’s National Cricket league 2021 in Australia, The 16th match will be played Between Queensland Fire Women & Western Australia Women (QUN-W vs WF-W) At Allan Border Field, Brisbane.
Queensland Women have played their first match against the unbeaten Australia Capital Territory Women and the opposition won by 5 wickets in that match.
Queensland Fire Women will look for their first victory in this tournament. They are led by Jess Jonassen in this league.
Queensland moved to the bottom of the points table with that defeat and in the second match, they faced South Australia Women in which the opposition won by 8 wickets comfortably.
Western Australia Women have played both of their matches against Tasmania Women in which Tasmania Women won both the games and pushed Western Australia Women to the last position on the points table. They will seek to register their first victory in this match. They are led by Chloe Piparo in this tournament.
This match is going to take place at Allan Border Field, Brisbane. Expecting this pitch to be balanced but the few matches has done here makes a bit bowling friendly jus a bit.
Expected 1st Batters score 171 (20ovrs)
Expected XI – QUN-W vs WF-W
Queensland Fire XI: Beth Mooney (WK), Georgia Voll, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen (C), Georgia Redmayne, Mikayla Hinkley, Ellie Johnston, Charli Knott, Georgia Prestwidge, Courtney Grace Sippel, Holly Ferling.
Western Australia Women XI: Chloe Piparo (c), Nicole Bolton, Megan Banting, Mathilda Carmichael, Amy Edgar, Alana King, Piepa Cleary, Taneale Peschel, Emma King, Sheldon Cooper, Zoe Britcliffe
|Top 4 Picks for Dream11 Team|
|Beth Mooney, the wicketkeeper-batter from Queensland, will open the innings for her side. She scored a 58 against Australian Capital Territory Women and seems to be in good touch so she will be a crucial pick for this game.|
|Jess Jonassen bats 2 down and bowls her full quota on most occasions. Hence, her all-around skills make her a must-pick in the fantasy team.|
|Nicole Bolton took 3 wickets in 10 overs in the first innings and then scored a valuable knock of 71 runs off 79 balls under pressure against Tasmania Women. She can provide decent points with both the departments and is a mandatory pick for the team.|
|Chloe Piparo, the opening-batsmen from the Western Australian Women team, is in nice form as she scored back-to-back half-centuries for her team against Tasmania Women. She will be a good pick for the team once again in this match.|
C & VC Selection –
Safe options: Nicole Bolton, Jess Jonassen, Chloe Piparo, Beth Mooney.
Risky Options: Holly Ferling, Taneale Peschel