ICC Women’s World Cup – New Zealand Women vs India Women Match 8 Dream11 Predictions, Lineups and more
The next game in the ICC Women’s World Cup will see the Indian Women taking on the hosts New Zealand in a match that is a revenge outing for the Women in Blue. Having lost the recent series to New Zealand 4-1, the Mithali Raj-led team will be looking to exact some much-needed revenge on their opponents and looking at the way they dismantled the Pakistan Women’s team in their first game of the competition, we are in for an absolute blockbuster game.
On the other hand, the New Zealand Women suffered a shock defeat to the West Indies Women in their first game of the tournament and a scrappy win against Bangladesh in the second game. They will be looking to grab a win against India to start their climb up the standings. They definitely have the players to get the job done.
The match is scheduled to take place on the 10th of February, 2022 at the Seddon Park, Hamilton.
New Zealand Women vs India Women Match 8 – Pitch Report
Seddon Park is a well-grassed stadium with a central block of nine pitches that runs roughly north-south through it. These are typically really good batting surfaces.
New Zealand Women vs India Women Match 8 – Probable XI
New Zealand Women
Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine (c), Amy Satterthwaite, Amelia Kerr, Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Lea Tahuhu, Katey Martin (wk), Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Fran Jonas
New Zealand Women vs India Women Match 8 – Players to Watch
She is a player who opens the innings and has a tendency to get the team off to a great start. In the game against Pakistan, she scored 52 runs and we expect her to go for more as she helps her nation hunt down that elusive World Cup win.
She wreaked havoc on the Pakistan Women’s team and grabbed a well deserved 4-wicket haul, conceding only 31 runs in the process. She is in great rhythm at the moment and is the second highest wicket taker in the tournament currently. We expect her to scalp some crucial wickets in the game against New Zealand.
She seems to be in great form for her team at the moment, having massed 122 runs from the two games she has played in the tournament so far. She was immense in the recently concluded series against India and her team will be counting on her to score those big runs against a rather formidable Indian bowling attack.
She was the player to watch in the recent series against India, but so far in the tournament, she has yet to start firing. She has scored 60 runs from two matches and will be looking to get going as she will be relied upon by her team to go deep into the tournament.
New Zealand Women vs India Women Match 8 – Fantasy Lineup No.1