Watch today’s match between wf-w vs TAS-w (Western Fury vs Tasmanian Tigers), and it will be the 4th match of the WNCL 2019-20. This league is Australia’s national domestic 50 over competition named Women’s Nation Cricket League, or the WNCL. We would like to tell you that this competition has a history of 23 years with the winning state presented the Ruth Preddy Cup. In this tournament, there are only 7 teams who played against each other across Australia. In the WNCL 2019-20 will feature a revamped schedule, against each other, and a total of 8 matches in this season, and an increase on the six they’ve played across each of the past nine seasons.
Dream11 pick for WF-W vs TAS-W
My Dream11 Team
Emily Smith, Emma King, Corinne Hall, Meg Thompson (C), Erin Fazackerley, Emma Inglis, Sam Bates, Kathleen Hampenstall, Meg Phillips, Courtney Webb, Ashley Day
Match will start at 5:30 am IST.
WF-W vs TAS-W Predicted 11
Western Fury: Megan Banting, Emma King, Amy Edgar, Taneale Peschel, Meg Thompson, P Cleary, Emma Inglis, Molly Healy, Chloe Piparo, Kathleen Hampenstall, Ashley Day
Tasmanian Tigers: Emily Smith, Stefanie Daffara, Corinne Hall, Emma Thompson, Erin Fazackerley, Sasha Moloney, Sam Bates, Meg Phillips, Brooke Hepburn, Courtney Webb, Masiy Gibson
WF-W vs TAS-W Squads
Western Fury: Chloe Piparo (c), Megan Banting, Nicole Bolton, Piepa Cleary, Sheldyn Cooper, Ashely Day, Sophie Devine (NZ), Amy Edgar, Molly Healy, Kathleen Hempenstall, Emma Inglis, Emma King, Taneale Peschel, Meg Thompson
Tasmanian Tigers: Brooke Hepburn, Corinne Hall, Samantha Bates, Stef Daffara, Erin Fazackerley, Emma Flint, Katelyn Fryett, Maisy Gibson, Emma Manix-Geeves, Sasha Moloney, Meg Phillips, Emily Smith, Courtney Webb, Belinda Vakarewa.
Dream11 Today’s Match Preview
In the WNCL 2019-20, Western Australia Women team started their campaign with a steady win over the previous year runners-up Queensland Women. As we have observed in the last match that Taneale Peschel and Sophie Devine’s opening burst reduced the hosts to 28/4 by end of 7th over. And both of them has also picked up 3 wickets individually but Queensland ended on 189 from 104/8 as Jemma Barsby scored a 70-ball 63 and the shocking part is that Jemma Barsby was batting at No.9.