QUN-W vs SAU-W Today Match Prediction, Match 11, WNCL 2021/22, Cricket Betting Tips, 06th March 2022

  • Match- Queensland Women vs South Australia Women
  • Date- 06th March 2022
  • Match Format- 50-Overs
  • Venue- North Sydney Oval, Sydney
  • Time- 4:30 AM IST
  • Weather Forecast- Thunderstorm, 20-23 °C

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QUN-W vs SAU-W Today Match Prediction, Match 11, WNCL 2021/22, 06th March 2022

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Queensland Women

Queensland Women will take on South Australia Women in the 11th match of the Women’s National Cricket League 2021/22. North Sydney Oval in Sydney will host this fixture on March 06. Queensland is placed at the 5th spot on the points table with one win and a loss so far.

They won their first fixture against Tasmania Women by 66 runs whereas lost their last outing against the same by 5 wickets(D/L method). In their last fixture against Tasmania, the stipulated overs were reduced to 48 due to interruption by rain. Batting first, Queensland scored 223/6.

Georgia Redmayne high-scored 63 off 88. Georgia Voll, Charli Knott, and Grace Harris also contributed for 30 odds. In the chase, an unbeaten ton was scored by Nicola Carey and a fifty by Heather Graham. This helped Tasmania chase the given target in 45.1 overs with the loss of five wickets.

Courtney Grace Sippel, Meagan Dixon, Grace Harris, and Jess Jonassen bagged a wicket apiece for Queensland.

Top Batsman for Queensland Women

  • Mikayla Hinkley- 101 Runs in 2 Matches, 50.50 Average
  • Grace Harris- 99 Runs in 2 Matches, 49.50 Average

Top Bowler for Queensland Women

  • Jess Jonassen– 6 Wickets in 2 Matches, 3.20 Economy
  • Meagan Dixon– 3 Wickets in 2 Matches, 4.35 Economy

South Australia Women

On the other hand, South Australia Women are placed in the 2nd spot on the points table with two wins in equal matches. They defeated Western Australia Women in both their fixtures. Once by 2 wickets and in their last outing by 86 Runs.

Batting first, South Australia Women scored 296/7. Emma de Broughe hammered 93 off 107 while Courtney Webb scored 61 off 65. Annie O’Neil also contributed for 48 off 37. Kate Peterson also added to the misery of Western Australia Women adding 26* to the scoreboard.

In the chase, Western Australia Women were knocked over at paltry 210. Charis Bekker remained their highest scorer at 36 while the other batters did short cameos. Kate Peterson and Samantha Betts bagged three scalps apiece. Jemma Barsby got hold of 2 wickets while Brooke Harris bagged a scalp.

Top Batsmen for South Australia Women

  • E de Broughe- 151 Runs in 2 Matches, 75.50 Average
  • Courtney Webb– 110 Runs in 2 Matches, 55.00 Average

Top Bowler for South Australia Women

  • Samantha Betts– 8 Wickets in 2 Matches, 4.12 Economy
  • Jemma Barsby- 3 Wickets in 2 Matches, 4.15 Economy

Weather Report

The weather is expected to remain cloudy throughout the match. There is a heavy chance of interruption by rain as showers are predicted. The temperature will hover around 20-23 °C.

  • Precipitation: 90%
  • Humidity: 87%
  • Wind: 37 km/h

Venue Stats

Total matches1
Matches won batting first0
Matches won bowling first1
Highest score174
Lowest score173

Pitch Report

The wicket will be batting-friendly with a little help for the pace bowlers who like to hit the deck. The surface at North Sydney Oval has an equal amount of assistance for both batter and bowlers. Pacers can be effective with the new ball while spinners can provide breakthroughs in the middle overs.

QUN-W vs SAU-W Probable Playing 11

Queensland Fire Women Playing 11

Georgia Redmayne (WK), Charlie Knott, Georgia Voll, Grace Harris, Mikayla Hinkley, Jess Jonassen, Lilly Mills, Georgia Prestwidge, Ellie Johnston, Courtney Grace Sippel, Meagan Dixon 

Wicketkeeper- Georgia Redmayne

Batsmen- Georgia Voll, Ellie Johnston, Charlie Knott, Mikayla Hinkley

AllRounder- Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen

Bowlers- Georgia Prestwidge, Courtney Sippel, Lilly Mills, Meagan Dixon

South Australia Women Playing 11

Bridget Patterson, Courtney Webb, Annie ONeil, Emma de Broughe, Tegan McPharlin (wk), Jemma Barsby, Brook Harris, Megan Schutt, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Alex Price, Josephine Dooley.

Wicketkeeper- Tegan McPharlin

Batsmen- Bridget Patterson, Courtney Webb, Annie ONeil, Emma de Broughe, Josephine Dooley

AllRounder- Jemma Barsby, Brook Harris

Bowlers- Megan Schutt, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Alex Price

QUN-W vs SAU-W, 11th Match, Who will win the match, Today Match Prediction

Queensland Women is expected to win against South Australia Women.

Queensland Women always had an upper hand in the encounter between the two teams. Also, the analysis of the number is in favor of Queensland, where in the last 5 matches head to head between the two teams, Queensland Women have emerged victorious on two occasions. South Australia Women won just one while two matches were abandoned.

On the other hand, in the last outing, the two teams faced each other South Australia Women came on the top winning by eight wickets.

Popular Betting Odds for QUN-W vs SAU-W, 11th Match, Today Match Prediction, Cricket Betting Tips

Top Batsman for Queensland Women– Georgia Redmayne

Georgia Redmayne is a must-pick here for her performance in the past edition of WNCL. She hammered an unbeaten 134* to seal the win for Queensland. As the skipper, she has always contributed with the bat every time and provided a good start to the team whenever required. She emerged as the leading scorer for her team last season scoring 531 Runs in eight matches with an impressive average of 132.75. Redmayne high scored 63 off 88 in the last outing against Tasmania Women.

Top Batsman for South Australia Women- Emma de Broughe 

Leading the run tally for South Australia de Broughe is in sublime form with the willow. She accounted for 151 runs in 2 matches at an average of 75.50. She scored 58 in the first fixture against Western Australia and fell shy of just 7 runs to reach her century in the second match against the same.

Top Bowler for Queensland Women– Jess Jonassen

Jonassen recently became the second bowler to take 100 wickets in the WBBL. She brings experience to her side and is expected to contribute with the bat as well. Last year she picked nine wickets in six matches she played with an economy of 3.54 and also scored 120 runs in crucial stages with an average of 40. She bagged a wicket in the last match while giving away 3.80 runs per over.

Top Bowler for South Australia Women- Samantha Betts

Betts is one of the leading bowlers in this edition of WNCL. She has bagged 8 wickets in just 2 matches, three of which came in the last match against Western Australia Women. She took a five-wicket haul in the first match against Western Australia and played a vital role in the win.