Scotland Women and Ireland Women will be playing the third and final T20I today at the Grange Cricket Club. Irish Women won the second T20I as well and have clinched the 3-match T20I series comfortably.
The Scottish ladies have not been able to perform well in this series and lost the 2nd game by 16 runs via the D/L method. Saskia Horley returned to the side and became the highest scorer with 44 from 33 balls.
Cara Murray became the top performer with the ball as she took two wickets for 20 runs in her three overs. Ireland have now won four of their last five matches against Scotland and will be looking to dominate in the 3rd match as well.
Venue: Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh
Match Format: T20I, Match 3, T20I tournament
Date: 8th September 2022
Time: 5:30 PM IST
Streaming Platform: Fan Code
When it comes to white-ball cricket, the pitch at Grange Cricket Club has been a batter’s paradise. Ireland will most likely post a huge total if they win the toss and bat first and as there are little chances of rain today, bowlers will again find themselves struggling.
Team News & Injury Updates for SCO-W vs IRE-W Dream11 Match:
No injury concerns are present on either side so we will be seeing fit sides taking part in today’s contest.
Complete Squad for SCO-W vs IRE-W Dream11 Match:
Abbi Aitken-Drummond, Saskia Horley, Kathryn Emma Bryce (c), Katie McGill, Megan McCall, Ailsa Lister (wk), Ellen Watson (wk), Lorna Jack (wk), Sarah Bryce (wk), Abtaha Maqsood, Hannah Rainey, Katherine Fraser, Olivia Bell, Priyanaz Chatterji, Rachel Slater
Amy Hunter, Gaby Lewis, Rebecca Stokell, Shauna Kavanagh, Sophie MacMahon, Arlene Kelly, Eimear Richardson, Laura Delany (c), Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Mary Waldron (wk), Cara Murray, Georgina Dempsey, Jane Maguire, Rachel Delaney
Probable Playing XI for SCO-W vs IRE-W Dream11 Match:
The Scots have not been able to perform at their very best in this series as well as the weather conditions have played spoilsport in their campaign so far. They will most probably introduce some changes in today’s squad.
Predicted Playing XI:
Abbi Aitken-Drummond, Lorna Jack, Megan McCall, Saskia Horley, Sarah Bryce (c), Ailsa Lister (wk), Abtaha Maqsood, Priyanaz Chatterji, Katherine Fraser, Rachel Slater, Hannah Rainey
The Irish on the other hand have done well in this series because of which they have it in their hands. They will be hoping to dominate Scotland Women once again.
Predicted Playing XI:
Gaby Lewis, Amy Hunter, Orla Prendergast, Eimear Richardson, Arlene Kelly, Laura Delany (c), Leah Paul, Mary Waldron (wk), Shauna Kavanagh, Cara Murray, Georgina Dempsey
Top Picks for SCO-W vs IRE-W Dream11 Match:
In her two matches, Lister has been in great form for Scotland. She has 42 runs with a strike rate of 144.82. In the 25 balls, she has faced in this series, Lister has hit nine fours. She will be a great pick for Scotland in today’s match.
Horley has been the best performer for Scotland in this series so far. She has 96 runs in the series at a strike rate of 128. She can also perform well with the ball in hand if the Scots require it.
Bryce has been good with the bat for Scotland in this series. She will look to contribute more runs in today’s game.
Kelly has three wickets in two matches so far with an excellent economy rate of 3.57. She can also play a good role with the bat in hand.
Although she couldn’t get a wicket in the first T20I, Murray returned with figures of 2/20 from three overs in the second T20I. She will be expected to get early wickets in today’s game.
Prendergast has done well with the bat in this series. She has 92 runs from two matches with a strike rate of 173.58.
Players to avoid for SCO-W vs IRE-W Dream11 Match:
Chatterji scored only 3 runs in the last match from 8 balls. She will have to improve her batting to keep the lower middle order in a strong position.
Paul did not get any wicket in the last match and her economy rate was 6.50. She will have to bowl better in today’s game.
Our Playing XI for SCO-W vs IRE-W 3rd T20I Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
SCO-W vs IRE-W
Sarah Bryce, Ailsa Lister, Gaby Lewis, Saskia Horley, Amy Hunter, Laura Delany (vc), Orla Prendergast (c), Arlene Kelly, Cara Murray, Katherine Fraser, Rachel Slater
Looking at the team combinations, Ireland Women will win this match for sure.
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