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|Nadine de Klerk||1.0||0||8||0||8.00|
|Dane van Niekerk||4.0||0||10||1||2.50|
|Nadine de Klerk||9||16||0||0||56.25|
|Mignon du Preez||40||26||4||2||153.85|
|Dane van Niekerk||25||22||0||2||113.64|
After being blanked out 3-0 in the ODI series, the New Zealand women began the T20 leg of their series against South Africa women with a convincing win. There are five matches to be played in the T20 series and so that gives South Africa women plenty of time to make a comeback into the match.
The visitors would be hoping for a return to form and back to winning ways while the home team would be keen to inflict more pain to try and make up for the drubbing they received in the ODI’s.
New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women 2nd T20 is going to be played at Seddon Park, Hamilton on the 6th of February 2020.
Three heavy defeats at home can sap the confidence of any team but New Zealand approached the T20 format with a fresh approach and the results showed. Most of the New Zealand women play the Women’s Big Bash League across in Australia and have benefitted greatly from that exposure.
Players like Leigh Kasperek, Lea Tahuhu, Sophie Devine, Suzie Bates, and Amelia Kerr bowl at some of the best batters in women’s cricket regularly. This experience showed as the Kiwi bowlers kept a tight leash around the South African batters.
The top-order for the South African team threatened to get away and post a big total but the New Zealand bowlers were always able to pick up wickets at crucial intervals. The level of the New Zealand fielding was also something to behold.
A small target allowed the New Zealand batters to play with freedom and that is exactly what Rachel Priest, Sophie Devine, and Suzie Bates did. There were eight sixes hit during the chase and 117 was scored in just over 12 overs.
This previous match was a statement of intent and New Zealand is not going to let up anytime soon. Not only does it have a very experienced bowling attack but the likes of Priest, Devine, Bates, Green, Perkins, and Martin give it a really deep batting lineup.
We don’t think New Zealand is going to take things easy against the South Africans and will relish another chance to get some revenge.
Rachel Priest, Sophie Devine, Suzie Bates, Maddy Green, Katie Perkins, Katey Martin, Hayley Jensen, Amelia Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Rosemary Mair, Leigh Kasperek.
The South African women were outplayed in every aspect of the game by New Zealand in the first T20. That will give the South Africans a moment to pause but they are not going to be overawed by New Zealand coming into this next match.
This is the same bunch of players that won the ODI series 3-0 and one loss is not going to shake their confidence just yet.
Lizelle Lee, Laura Wolvaardt, Nadine de Klerk, and Mignon du Preez form a pretty strong batting lineup as well and will come at New Zealand hard. We don’t think South Africa has the same kind of six-hitting power as New Zealand in their game but the batters are still capable of scoring quickly.
Chloe Tyron and Trisha Chetty at 5 and 6 respectively give the South Africa women’s side a decent amount of depth too.
Shabnim Ismail and Ayabonga Khaka are the two leading bowlers for South Africa. Neither of them was able to take a wicket in the previous match and as a result, the New Zealand batters made merry. Both of the senior bowlers for South Africa have to step up in this match.
Masabata Klaas, Chloe Tyron, and Tumi Sekhukhune are the other bowlers in the lineup.
The South African team has some dangerous players but it is not as suited to T20 cricket as New Zealand seems to be.
Lizelle Lee, Laura Wolvaardt, Nadine de Klerk, Dane van Niekerk, Mignon du Preez, Chloe Tryon, Sune Luus, Trisha Chetty, Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Masabata Klaas.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first.
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The weather in Hamilton is expected to be quite good for cricket and next to no chance of rain has been forecast. The pitch at Seddon Park is always good for batting. The outfield in Hamilton is one of the larger ones in New Zealand, although the ropes are brought in significantly for women’s cricket.
A high-scoring match where the team batting first would like around 150-170 is likely.
Dream11 tips and Dream11 prediction for New Zealand women vs South Africa women 2nd T20
New Zealand has a big advantage over South Africa when it comes to the batting. The home side has more power at its disposal and more players that play T20 cricket as their primary format. The experience of most of its players participating in the WBBL is also a big advantage.
We think New Zealand remains the team to back in this contest as well.
Bet on New Zealand women to win.
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