NZW VS SAW, ICCW WC 2022 Prediction

NZW VS SAW, ICCW WC 2022 Prediction

NZW vs SAW Prediction:

The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 is gathering traction as the teams go through the league rounds. New Zealand and South Africa were dark horses in the tournament, while it regarded Australia and England as favourites. New Zealand, the hosts, has had a roller coaster ride with wins and defeats so far in the league round, whereas South Africa has won all its matches so far. In this encounter, both sides will compete, with the winner gaining an advantage in the qualifying race.


New Zealand

New Zealand lost by 141 runs in the past game, which might affect their NRR in the future. Last night, Amy Satterwhite scored 44 runs in their 128-all out innings. Sophie Devine has a century, while Amelia Kerr and Suzie Bates both have a fifty to show for their efforts at the top of the list. The finishers for New Zealand are likely to be Maddy Green and Katey Martin. Their bowling spearhead, Lea Tahuhu, has taken 9 wickets in four matches. Amelia Kerr (5 wickets) and Hayley Jensen (4 wickets) have provided essential support at the other end with wickets. Jess Kerr, Hannah Rowe, and Francis Mackay have been frugal, but they need to step up and take more wickets to assist their side to contain the opposition. Cricket Betting

Bet on the following players:

Amelia Kerr, Amy Satterwhite, Lea Tahuhu

New Zealand Women’s Playing XI Predictions:

Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Katey Martin (wk), Jess Kerr, Frances Mackay, Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Hannah Rowe/Rosemary Mair, Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine (c), Amelia Kerr.

South Africa:

In the last two matches, South Africa kept their cool to win close fights against Pakistan and England. Laura Wolvaart kept her hot streak going with 77 runs in the past game (75 & 41 in first 2 matches). In the middle order, Sune Luus and Tazmin Brits contributed key runs, while the lower order of Marizanne Kapp, Chloe Tryon, and Trisha Chetty guided them to victory in the difficult closing seconds.Marizanne Kapp (8 wickets) and Ayabongha Khaka (7 wickets) have been their main wicket-takers, with Shabman Ismail (4 wickets) and Masabata Klaas (4 wickets) giving vital support. Sune Luus and Chloe Tryon are managing the fifth bowler’s quota of overs, but they have yet to record a wicket.

Author: Avery Owens