India Women (@1.4) vs South Africa Women (@2.87)

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India Women will win

India Women – South Africa Women Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 09:30

Rodrigues averages over 144 in her last five innings, scoring 289 runs and is a top choice for your Dream11 team. Rodrigues had a stellar Womens Super League campaign with the Yorkshire Diamonds even scoring a century just two matches ago. This series could very well be another chapter in the great Jemimah Rodrigues fairytale. The fearless teenager who recently turned 19, already has 608 runs under her belt in just 25 innings.

Most recently, they came from 2-1 down to beat Pakistan 3-2; Lizelle Lee hit 60 from 31 balls as they chased 174 to win the fourth game by four wickets and level the series, before a strong bowling performance and more Lee fireworks saw them win the decider by nine wickets. South Africa have won both bilateral WT20i series they have played since the World T20.

Dream11 Team South Africa Women vs Board Presidents XI Warm-Up Twenty-20 Match 2019 Cricket Prediction Tips For Todays T20 SA-W vs BPXI-W at CB Patel International Cricket Stadium, Surat: Before the South Africa Women cricket team start their international campaign in India, they will have a chance to assess the conditions by playing a warm-up game against the Board Presidents XI in Surat, on Friday.

Lee is a T20 specialist who often plays on the attack and is a bankable option for your SA-W vs IN-W Dream11 team. She scored a 48-ball 65 and looked in control as long as she was on the pitch. The wicket keeper was the pick among the batswomen in South Africas 83-run victory over India women Board Presidents XI in their second warm-up game of the tour.

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The Indian womens side has made some exciting changes to try and improve its showing as well as building on its strengths. All the focus may be on India vs South Africa mens tour but the women are also getting ready to duke it out over five T20 internationals and three ODIs. South Africa women have had a tough time in T20 cricket of late and are missing some of their most senior players for this tour.

While the action from the series is certainly going to be entertaining for any cricket fan, Dream11 contests are open for Fantasy Cricket enthusiasts which will provide opportunities for these fans to earn big. But with fewer matches as compared to their male counterparts, Dream11 players could find it a little confusing as to who should be in their side. And thats where we come in. A five-match T20I series followed by a three-match ODI series will see the two teams will battle it out ahead of the ICC Womens T20 World Cup. While South Africas mens cricket team has already managed to come back from behind and draw level in the three-match T20I series against India, the SA womens cricket team are all set to kick start their tour of India on Tuesday, September 24.

She is very capable of that and is a player you should have in your team. Although Smriti Mandhana started the Womens Super League T20 in England in tremendous form, scoring back-to back half-centuries and all, just nine runs from her last four games will be a reason to worry for the Indian opener. Undoubtedly the strongest batter in the Indian attack, the hosts will be relying on Mandhana to hit form and lead Indias batting attack from the front.

Poonam Yadav, Anuja Patil and Shikha Pandey all claimed five wickets in the series too. India beat South Africa 3-1 when they last met in a bilateral WT20i series, and they have won four from five in total, with one game rained off. In that series in South Africa, Mithali Raj was Indias top-scoring batsman with 192, while Smriti Mandhana weighed in with 135.

They made 173/5 and bundled out the hosts for mere 91. Check Dream11 Team South Africa Women vs India Women 1st T20I, South Africa Women tour of India Cricket Prediction Tips For Todays Match SA-W vs IN-W: The first T20I between India women and South Africa women will be played at Lalabhai Contractor Stadium, Surat on September 24. After South Africa Womens first tour match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, the visitors got going in the in the second tour match with a convincing win by 83 runs against Board Presidents XI.

INDW vs SAW Head to Head

Nevertheless, South Africa should prove to be a tough nut to crack with Lizelle Lee and Sune Luus in good touch as seen in the practice match earlier. The Indians play their first T20I game since their disappointing series loss against England earlier in the year and will fancy their chances as well with Dane van Niekerk unavailable for the Proteas.

Smriti Mandhana: The 23-year-old has burst onto the scene for India and, while her WODI form is better than her WT20i record, she is still more than capable of some big hits and big scores with the bat. Her next 50 will be her tenth in WT20i, at a rate of around one in every nine innings so far.

Their batting fell short in the latter, with scores of 119/6, 111/8 and 118/6 proving too low. They were first whitewashed by New Zealand and then suffered the same fate when they played England too. Since the World Cup, when they reached the semi-finals, India have played two WT20i series but lost 3-0 in each. The latter was a one-run defeat in Guwahati.

The South African women would be desperate to take as many outputs as possible from this warm-up game to be completely prepared when they take on the Harmanpreet Kaur-led Indian side. The focus is expected to be on a certain 15-year-old Shafali Verma, who has been picked in India Womens Twenty-20 International squad that will face their South African counterparts in the series which all follow this game.

The right-arm off break bowler can make good use of the conditions in Surat and can be an instrumental player in the Indian side this series. Another star performer in the Womens Super League in England, Deepti Sharma had a prolific season with Western Storm earlier this year. Not only did she have a good tournament with the ball, but Sharma also scored a few crucial runs to help her side dominate in the tournament.