NZ-W vs BD-W Dream11 Team fantasy Prediction: ICC Women’s ODI World Cup

There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best NZ-W vs BD-W dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss NZ-W vs BD-W 5th Match news, NZ-W vs BD-W fantasy Cricket prediction, and dream11 Expert data. This League is called ICC Women’s ODI World Cup 2022 in the dream11 app.

New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women Schedule:

New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women, The 5th match will be played in University Oval on 7 March 2022 at 3:30 AM.

NZ-W vs BD-W Dream11 Prediction and Today Injury Update:

New Zealand Women are favourite to win this cup as they are playing in there home soil and has been in brilliant form. They chase 323 inside 43 overs against Strong AUS in practice game but lost 1st game against WI-W and it was big setback for them.

Bangladesh Women debut in worldcup last game and could have done setback beating SA-W but could not win.

Best Picks For Dream11 Team

Wicket-Keeper Best Pick & Prediction

N Sultana is experienced player from BAN-W who mostly bat 1-2 down and is consistent player. She has scored 29 run last game. S Sultana will bat in top order for BD-W and will keep. She has scored 27 run last game

Try K Martin in gl as she can score 30+ runs and provide some keeping points, and also good credit saver. She has scored 44 runs in last game.

Batsmen Best Pick & Prediction

A Satterthwaite is most consistent player but unable to convert her starts in big score. She has scored 31 runs in last game.

S Bates always Performs must have player as bat in top order. She has scored 3 runs in last game.

Try M Green in gl as can also bowl few overs. She has been in brilliant form. She has scored 9 runs in last game.

Sharmin Akhter and F Hoque will bat at top for Ban, both are very good player and F Hoque can also bowl few overs if needed. S Akhter has scored 34 run last game

M Khatun has been in good form in domestic circuit and will look to perform well.

All Rounder Best Pick & Prediction

S Devine if best pick available here number 1 allrounder in world at present bowling 7-8 overs and bat in top order. She has scored brilliant 108 in last game.

A Kerr is also must have player who bats 2 down also bowl 10 over. She has been in brilliant form. She has scored 13 runs and picked up 1 wicket in last game.

F Mackay is very good spinner from NZ always among wicket in domestic circuit. She has scored 17 runs and picked up 1 wicket in last game. She missed last game.

S Khatun is wicket taking bowler and is very experienced player and can be tried as gl captain vc. She has scored 2 run and picked up 1 wicket in last game

R Ahmad is very good leg spinner from Bangladesh who also bat 4-5 down and has been in good form. She has scored 21 run and picked up 1 wicket in last game

Bowlers Best Pick & Prediction

J Kerr will lead the pace attack for NZ and she is always among wickets. She was pick of the all bowlers in last series. She has scored 25 runs and picked up 2 wickets in last game.

H Rowe, R Mair must have if NZ bowl 1st as they both bowl in death.

J Alam and N Akhter are 2 important pacer for BAN both are wicket taker and also bowl in death. F Khatun will assist them with her leg break. J Alam has picked up 2 wicket last game.

NZ-W vs BD-W Probable Playing 11:

New Zealand Women Playing 11:

S Bates, A Satterthwaite, S Devine, M Green, A Kerr, K Martin, M Green, H Rowe, R Mair, J Kerr, F Jonas

Bangladesh Women Playing 11:

Nigar Sultana (c), S Sultana, S Akhter, Fargana Hoque, Murshida Khatun, R Ahmad, L mondal, S Khatun, Nahida Akter, Jahanara Alam, R Moni

NZ-W vs BD-W Dream11 Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:

The below players are rated highly, who will get more dream11 points when comparing to other players.

Captain Choice: A Kerr, S Devine

Vice-Captain Choice: S Bates, J Alam

Grand League Picks: M Green, S Khatun

(This is the list of high profile players. So they can come in handy at any time)

Dream11 Team for Grand Leagues:

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