CWG 2022 – AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Prediction: Top 3 Captain or Vice-Captain Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team

Suzie Bates leads the most runs chart with 131 runs in 2022 CWG.

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Top 3 Captain or Vice Captain Picks in AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team. (Photo by Julian Herbert/Getty Images)

Australia Women (AUS-W) will face rivals New Zealand Women (NZ-W) in the 2nd semi-final of the Commonwealth Games 2022 Saturday at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Australia Women took three wins in three matches at CWG with a big win against Pakistan in the final match. In-form all-rounder Tahlia Macgrath hit an unbeaten fifty and then took three wickets to lead her team to the semi-finals.

New Zealand women lost the last Group A match against host nation England by seven wickets after scoring just 71 runs while batting first. Star batter Suzie Bates tops the scoreboards in this tournament and other players must up their game against mighty Australia.

Here are the top 3 captains or vice-captains in the AUS-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket team:

1. Beth Mooney:

The veteran Australian batter struggled to score well in the first two games against India and Barbados with only 12 runs. But she hit undefeated 70 runs from 49 balls with the help of eight fours and one six. This is her first fifty in the last five T20I matches and she will be the perfect choice to lead your fantasy squad on Saturday. Her return to form is boosting the morale of Australia, who are favorites to win gold in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Mooney scored 1,796 runs in 68 games with an average of 37.41 and a strike rate of 122.42.

2. Tahlia McGrath:

The star all-rounder continues her red-hot form with another match-winning knock in the final match. She scored the highest unbeaten run of 78 runs from just 51 balls with an impressive 152.9 pass rate against Pakistan. And then took three wickets while allowing only 13 runs in her three-over spell. Now she leads both the most runs and most wickets chart for Australia and is in the running to finish this tournament as the leading run scorer or wicket taker or both.

3. Suzie Bates:

Kiwi’s lead-off hitter hit 91 runs off 64 balls in the opening game against South Africa and she’s been leading the scoreboards in this tournament ever since. She also played a crucial 34-point knockout against Sri Lanka, but only managed to score six runs in the final game against England Women. Bates is a safe choice as captain when betting on New Zealand’s win against Australia on Saturday. Both Amelia Kerr and Sophie Devine will need to contribute more and build partnerships with Bates if New Zealand hopes to reach the final.

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