The Hundred Women 2022 - Southern Brave vs Manchester Originals Women Dream11 Match Prediction, Top Picks, Playing 11, Captain, Vice Captain, Player Stats, Pitch Report & Weather Update
|Southern Brave vs Manchester Originals Women, Match 9 The Hundred|
|Date||18th August 2022|
|Time||8:00 PM IST, 2:30 PM GMT, 3:30 PM LOCAL|
|Venue||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
Southern Brave women have played two games and have won both matches comprehensively. They defeated London Spirit women by 6 wickets in the first game before defeating Oval Invincibles women by 12 runs. Batting first, Smriti Mandhana scored 46 to lead Brave to 153-8 before the bowlers restricted Oval Invincibles to 141-7.
Meanwhile, Manchester Originals women have won one and lost one in their two outings. They lost the first game to Trent Rockets women by 43 runs but won the last game against Welsh Fire by 11 runs. A blazing 67 by Deandra Dottin took Originals to 156-2 and despite a valiant effort by Hayley Matthews, Welsh Fire fell short by 11 runs.
The wicket is a good one to bat but it has lost some of its pace, thus the batters initially need to get used to the pace and once they have got a hold of the conditions, they can cut loose.
There is more than 40 per cent chance of rain on the match day. However, British weather can be unpredictable. Clouds can pile up pretty quickly on a sunny day or there can be no rain on a gloomy day.
Smriti Mandhana, Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Tahlia McGrath, Maia Bouchier, Georgia Adams, Freya Kemp, Amanda Wellington, Anya Shrubsole (c), Carla Rudd (wk), Lauren Bell
Lizelle Lee, Emma Lamb, Ami Campbell, Deandra Dottin, Amy Satterthwaite, Cordelia Griffith, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross (c), Eleanor Threlkeld (wk), Grace Potts, Hannah Jones
Both teams should play the same team given the fact that they won their respective previous games with ease.
The teams have previously played one game against each other and Manchester Originals won by 17 runs.
|Matches Played||Southern Brave||Manchester Originals||NR|
|Batters||Danielle Wyatt, Smriti Mandhana, Lizelle Lee, Amy Satterthwaite|
|All-rounders||Deandra Dottin (VC) Tahlia McGrath (C ) Emma Lamb|
|Bowlers||Amanda Wellington, Sophie Ecclestone, Freya Kemp|
The Indian stalwart played a crucial role in Brave’s win and scored a quick-fire 46 against Oval Invincibles. She has been in good form of late and is a very good selection for our team.
The destructive opener can be inconsistent at times, but she has terrific batting skills. When on song, Wyatt is a treat to watch as she will decimate the bowling side.
The West Indies veteran had a decent outing in the last game. She scored a half-century and also took two wickets to lead her team to a win.
The premium English bowler is in the form of her life. Not only she is one of the best spinners, but she is also equally good with the bat. In the last game, she scored unbeaten 36 runs and took a wicket at an incredibly low economy rate.
The Australian is also a very good all-rounder who can turn the game on her head. If it’s her day, she will blow away an opposition on her own.