There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best MI-W vs RCB-W dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss MI-W vs RCB-W 4th Match news, MI-W vs RCB-W fantasy Cricket prediction, and Expert data. This League is called TATA Women’s Premier League in the dream11 app.
Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women Schedule:
Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, The 4th match will be played in Brabourne Stadium on 6 March 2023 at 7:30 PM.
MI-W vs RCB-W Dream11 Prediction and Today Injury Update:
Mumbai Indians Women are looking very strong side and will look to replicate what MI men team does. They won 1st game against GUJ-W by 143 runs.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women are very good side on paper but lost there 1st game by 60 runs and will look to take it as 1 off day.
Best Picks For Dream11 Team
Wicket-Keeper Best Pick & Prediction
Y Bhatia is very talented youngster if get chance to bat in top order. Must try her in gl teams as she is capable to score big. She has scored 1 run in last game.
R Ghosh keep for India and is very talented youngster and expected to bat 3 down.Must try her in gl teams as captain vc. She has scored 2 run in last game.
I Roy is crucial wicket keeper for Railways and coming with lot of domestic experience but might not play in starting games.
Batsmen Best Pick & Prediction
Harman bat 2-3 down and if required can also bowl few overs. She if get set will score big on her day as she has been in brilliant form. She has scored 65 run in last game.
C Tryon is must have player provide points through both department also bowl few overs. She is very attacking player. She has scored 51 runs and picked 2 wicket in last 4 game. She missed last game.
S Mandhana will oen for RCB-W, She has been in superb touch and will also lead her side. She was India’s highest run scorer in worldcup. She has scored 35 run in last game.
H Knight will bat at 1-2 down and a very good player and in good form also bowl part time. She has scored 34 runs and picked up 2 wickets in last game.
S Devine is 1 of the best pick available here top allrounder in world at present bowling 3-4 overs and bat in top order. She has scored brilliant 14 runs in last game.
All Rounder Best Pick & Prediction
N Sciver is top most allrounder in world. She will bat 1 down and will also bowl full overs. She was most valuable player in Hundred. She scored 23 run and picked 2 wicket in last game.
A Kerr is also must have player who bats 2-3 down also bowl 4 over of leg spin. She has been in brilliant form. She has scored 45 runs and picked up 2 wicket in last game.
Mathews is very good allrounder has been in very good form. She will bat in top order and also bowl overs every game. She has scored 47 runs in last game.
E Perry if best pick available here top allrounder in world at present bowling 2-3 overs and batting in middle order but her recent form is excellent. She has scored 31 run in last game.
D Van bat in top order and if required can also bowl few overs. She is coming back after long injury gap. She has also lead South Africa. She did not play last game.
Bowlers Best Pick & Prediction
P Vastrakar will lead the pace attack for MI-W she is always among wickets. She can also quick run down the order batting 4-5 down.
I Wong is must have from MI-W as she will also bowl in death. She has picked up 1 wickets in last game.
S Ishaque is future of India keep an eye on her as she is very good left arm orthodox spinner who also bat well. She has picked up 4 wicket in last game.
M Schutt will lead the pace attack for RCB-W. She is always among wickets. She has raw pace.
R Thakur is India’s best pace bowler and is always among wickets in powerplays but has not been consistent in death overs.
MI-W vs RCB-W Probable Playing 11:
Mumbai Indians Women Playing 11:
Y Bhatia, H Matthews, N Sciver, H Kaur, A Kerr, A Kaur, P Vastrakar, H Graham, H Kazi, J Kalita, S Isaque
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women Playing 11:
S Mandhana, D Van, S Devine, E Perry, R Ghosh, I Roy, K Zanzad, M Schutt, Renuka Singh, S Patil, S Pawar