NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Prediction: 3rd T20I, Probable Playing XI & Top Picks, Australia Women tour of New Zealand, 2021

NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Prediction 3rd T20I, Australia Women tour of New Zealand, 2021

NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 PredictionProbable Playing XI, and Fantasy Cricket Tips of the 3rd T20I match at Eden Park, Auckland.

New Zealand Women:

New Zealand Women have made a perfect comeback into the series by winning the last match comfortably by four wickets. They put up an excellent performance with both bat and ball.

Frances Mackay opened the innings in Sophie Devine’s place and batted well but fell short of just four runs to her half-century. Another opener, Jensen, has appeared to be struggling a bit in this series to score runs. Amy Satterthwaite was made skipper in the last match and has played a good inning in the first match.

In the middle-order, Amelia Kerr has been batting decently and has provided stability to the team. The wicket-keeper Katey has not been able to contribute much with the bat. Maddy Green, Halliday, and Hannah Rowe have managed to play quick innings whenever they have a chance. 

The bowling department has given decent performance as they have not picked up many wickets but managed to control the flow of runs. Mackay and Jen Kerr have been the consistent wicket-takers in the team.

New Zealand would want to continue their winning momentum by winning the next match and also the series.

Australia Women:

Australia Women have put up a decent performance so far in this series, but they had to face disappointment in the last match they lost by four wickets.

The opening batsman and the wicket-keeper of the team Alyssa Healy have been struggling to score runs as she got out early in both matches. Her partner, Beth Mooney, batted very well in the last game scoring an unbeaten half-century. At No.3, skipper Lanning has contributed a decent amount of runs in both matches. 

Haynes has been batting decently in the middle order and Garnder, who scored a brilliant fifty in the first match. Ellyse Perry has been batting decently in the lower-middle order.

The bowling unit has appeared to be doing a better job as they have managed to pick up a good amount of wickets and did not concede many runs. Megan Schutt and Jess Jonassen have been bowling very well and picked up wickets consistently. Georgia Wareham has also been performed decently with the ball.

Australia Women need to improve their batting performance if they want to win this series.

Match Details

New Zealand Women vs Australia Women 3rd T20I, Australia Women tour of New Zealand, 2021

Date: 1st April 2021

Time: 07:30 AM IST

Venue: Eden Park, Auckland

NZ-W vs AU-W Live Score

playerzpot ads banner 2024

NZ-W vs AU-W Head-to-head

Total Matches Played: 44

NZ-W Won: 20

AU-W Won: 23

Tied: 0

No Result: 1

Pitch Report

Average first innings score: 168

Average second innings score: 152

(The average score is based on twenty-four played here at this venue)

The pitch here is considered to be slower, but it will be good for batting. The bowlers need to put extra effort into picking up wickets.

(The chasing team at this venue has won twelve out of the twenty-four matches)

Weather Forecast

Scattered storms are expected during match time, and there is a high chance of rain.

NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Team News

New Zealand Women:

  • Sophie Devine might play the 3rd T20I of the series. She miss previous match after waking up feeling unwell.

Australia Women:

  • They are likely to go with the same playing XI as of the last match.

Probable Playing XI

New Zealand Women:

Sophie Devine (C), Frances Mackay, Amy Satterthwaite, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin (WK), Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Hayley Jensen, Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Rosemary Mair


Thamsyn Newton, Fran Jonas

Australia Women:

Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Nicola Carey, Georgia Wareham, Jess Jonassen, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown/Tayla Vlaeminck.


Sophie Molineux, Belinda Vakarewa, Tahlia McGrath, Molly Strano, Hannah Darlington, Tayla Vlaeminck/Darcie Brown.

Top Picks for NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Team


Sophie Devine:

(1 M, 17 R, 17 A + 3 O, 0 W)

Sophie is a batting all-rounder and also the captain of the team. She did not play the last match. S Devine is very good Captain choice in NZ W vs AU W Dream11 Team.

Amelia Kerr:

(2 M, 56 R, 28 A + 7 O, 1 W)

She is a 20-year old all-rounder and generally bats in the middle-order. Amelia scored 36 runs in the last match but went wicketless. She is also good to make Captain/Vc in New Zealand women vs Australia women Dream11 Fantasy Team.

Frances Mackay:

(2 M, 49 R, 49 A + 8 O, 3 W)

Mackay is an all-rounder and is equally good with both bat and ball. She opened the innings in the last match, scored 46 runs, and picked up 2 wickets.

Jess Kerr:

(2 M, 8 O, 3 W)

She is a right-arm medium-fast bowler. Jess managed to pick up a wicket in the last match.

Amy Satterthwaite:

(2 M, 46 R, 23 A + 2 O, 0 W)

Amy is a batting all-rounder and leads the side in the absence of Sophie. She scored 6 runs and went wicketless in the last match.

Australia Women:

Beth Mooney:

(2 M, 61 R, 61 A)

She is a left-handed batsman and generally opens the innings for the team. Mooney batted well, scoring 61* runs in the last match.

Meg Lanning:

(2 M, 55 R, 27.50 A)

Skipper Lanning is a right-handed batsman and plays at No.3. She scored 27 runs in the last match. 

Alyssa Healy:

(2 M, 6 R, 3 A)

Healy is the wicket-keeper batsman and opens the inning along with Mooney. She hasn’t been able to score much this series.

Megan Schutt:

(2 M, 8 O, 3 W)

She is a right-arm medium-fast bowler. Schutt bowled well, picking up 2 wickets in the last match.

Jess Jonassen:

(2 M, 8 O, 3 W)

She is a left-arm orthodox bowler and can be handy with the bat down the order. Jonassen went wicketless in the last match.

Georgia Wareham:

(2 M, 8 O, 2 W)

She is a 21-year old right-arm leg-break bowler. Wareham bowled well in the last match, picking up a wicket.

Ashleigh Gardner:

(2 M, 74 R, 74 A + 1 O, 0 W)

She is a batting all-rounder and bowls a few overs of spin if required. Gardner scored only 3 runs in the last match.

Ellyse Perry:

(2 M, 25 R, 25 A + 1 O, 1 W)

Perry is an all-rounder but has not been bowling much in the recent matches. She scored 2* runs and picked up 1 wicket in the last game.

Darcie Brown:

(1 M, 4 O, 1 W)

She is Right-arm fast bowler. D Brown took 1 wicket in the previous match.

Nicola Carey:

(2 M, 6 O, 2 W)

She is an all-rounder but mostly known for her bowling. Nicola picked up one wicket in the last match.

NZ-W vs AU-W Dream11 Prediction

A Healy

M Lanning, B Mooney, A Satterthwaite

J Jonassen, S Devine (C), A Kerr (Vc), F Mackay

G Wareham, D Brown, H Rowe

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection

  • Sophie Devine
  • Amelia Kerr
  • Frances Mackay
  • Beth Mooney
  • Meg Lanning
  • Alyssa Healy
  • Megan Schutt

We will update the final Fantasy Team on Telegram Channel.

Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

GST Free & Lowest Entry Fees App | Sign Up and Get ₹500 Free!

Refer Code: CRICGRAM

PlayerzPot banner ads World Cup

Leave a Comment