Heather Knight has hit five international centuries and very rarely throws her wicket away. She is our pick for Royal Challengers Bangalore’s highest run scorer in this game. Megan Schutt has been one of the best bowlers over the last few months. She is well worth backing as Royal Challengers Bangalore’s top wicket taker on Saturday.
Laura Wolvaardt struck 57 runs from 45 balls on Thursday and the South African is our tip for Gujarat Giants’ highest run scorer against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Kim Garth took 2-18 from her four overs in the last game and she is a strong choice for Gujarat Giants’ top wicket taker in this match.
Ellyse Perry is contributing with the bat and the ball at the moment. We recommend backing her to take over 1.5 wickets in this clash.
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Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Giants WPL T20 Match Prediction & Betting Tips
RCB-W vs GUJ-W Match Prediction & Betting Tips, Womens Premier League 2023
Royal Challengers Bangalore and Gujarat Giants go head to head on Saturday evening at the Brabourne Stadium in Match 16 of the Women’s Premier League. The two teams occupy the bottom two places in the table but both picked up much needed victories in their last matches. Read on as we preview this game. This fixture gets underway in Mumbai at 15:30 local time.
After finally getting their season up and running with a win, Royal Challengers Bangalore will feel full of confidence. They are only two points behind the third place team and we expect them to be very good again in this game.
After successive defeats against Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians, the Giants responded well with a win over the Capitals on Thursday. They will fancy their chances of beating the bottom placed team in this match.
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Giants Women T20 Match Live Streaming
TV channels: This match will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket, Fox Sports, Willow Sports and SuperSport.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women Team News & Playing 11
RCB-W Team News
It has been a really tough campaign for Royal Challengers Bangalore who, in spite of having a team packed with top international players, had not been able to pick up any victories before Wednesday. It would be a surprise if there were any changes to the side ahead of this match.
RCB-W Key Players
Heather Knight- the England international skipper is a consistent player in the upper-middle order and hit 30 not out in the last game against Gujarat Giants.
Ellyse Perry- in spite of playing for the team at the bottom of the table, the Australian has been one of the players of the tournament after contributions with the bat and the ball.
Megan Schutt- the Australian opening bowler was poor in the opening games of the tournament but is looking to pick up a wicket for the fourth successive match in this clash.
RCB-W Team Form
After losing their first five matches, Royal Challengers Bangalore finally got their first win in their last game.
After losing to Mumbai Indians by 55 runs in their previous game, Gujarat Giants brought South African Laura Wolvaardt back into the team with Annabel Sutherland dropping out. With the Giants getting a win over Delhi Capitals, we expect to see an unchanged side.
GUJ-W Key Players
Laura Wolvaardt- the South African opener hit six fours and one six in Thursday’s victory. She has hit half-centuries in five of her last six innings.
Ashleigh Gardner- the 25 year old all-rounder Australian is in excellent form and was awarded the Player of the Match Award after hitting 51 not out and taking 2-19 in the last game.
Kim Garth- the Irish born bowling all-rounder has now picked up eight wickets across WPL 2023 tournament. She comes into this match with a strike-rate of 12.7.
GUJ-W Team Form
Gujarat Giants won their last match to end a short run of two successive defeats.
Who will win Royal Challengers Bangalore Women vs Gujarat Giants Women T20 Match?
Gujarat Giants have some players in strong form but looking at the two squads, it is Royal Challengers Bangalore who have the bigger names. We think the Challengers come into the game as the top team.
RCB-W vs GUJ-W Top Team Batsmen
Heather Knight, Ellyse Perry and Sophie Devine are our batting recommendations for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Devine enjoyed facing the Gujarat Giants’ bowlers in the last game when she hit 66 runs at the same venue as this match. Perry has scored over 200 runs in the tournament.
We recommend Laura Wolvaardt, Sophia Dunkley and Harleen Deol as our batting picks for Gujarat Giants. Dunkley hit 65 runs from only 28 balls in a Player of the Match performance the last time she was up against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Deol top scored for the Giants in the last head to head against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
For Royal Challengers Bangalore, Ellyse Perry, Sobhana Asha and Megan Schutt are our bowling choices for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Asha is in excellent form and has taken 2-27 in both of her last two games. Perry bowls with accuracy and pace.
For Gujarat Giants, Kim Garth, Sneh Rana and Ashleigh Gardner are our bowling tips. Skipper Rana has got spin in every game of the tournament and has taken a wicket in each of her last two matches. Only two bowlers have taken more wickets than Gardner so far in the competition.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women vs Gujarat Giants Prediction
This should be an excellent contest with both teams looking to make it two wins in a row. Although they are the bottom two sides, they have a chance of finishing in the top three and progressing to the play-offs. We are backing the all-round skills of Sophie Devine and Ellyse Perry to be very important in this match. Our prediction is for Royal Challengers Bangalore to win the game.
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