Skippers Amy Jones and Natalie Sciver are in tremendous form.
Birmingham Phoenix Women will host Trent Rockets Women in the 14th match of the Hundred Women’s 2021 on Super Sunday. Birmingham Phoenix Women were completely outplayed by Southern Brave, as they los their previous match by 8 wickets. Amy Jones’s timely knock of 42* runs wasn’t enough for Phoenix. With one win and 2 losses, they have placed themselves at the 4th spot in the standings with 2 points.
Meanwhile, Trent Rockets women have finally registered their first win of the tournament. They defeated London Spirit Women by 18 runs, thanks to special knock from Rachel Priest and equally impressive bowling performances. They need to keep the same tempo going for the rest of the matches.
Birmingham Phoenix Women vs Trent Rockets Women, Match 14
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham
Date & Time: August 1st at 3:30 PM IST and 11:00 AM local time
Live Streaming: Fancode
It’s a favorable surface for both batters and bowlers. Seamers will always have an early advantage, as the batters need to tackle the swing in the early part of the innings, and later on, they can shift their gears once they are set. Anything over 140 is a good competitive score on this venue. Batting first is a good option.
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Probable Playing XIs for BPH-W vs TRT-W:
Birmingham Phoenix Women
Shafali Verma, Eve Jones, Amy Jones (c), Emily Arlott, Erin Burns, Katie Mack, Georgia Elwiss, Gwenan Davies, Issy Wong, Kirstie Gordon, Abtaha Maqsood
Trent Rockets Women
Rachel Priest (wk), Sammy-Jo Johnson, Natalie Sciver (c), Katherine Brunt, Heather Graham, Abigail Freeborn, Emily Windsor, Sarah Glenn, Kathryn Bryce, Lucy Higham, Michaela Kirk
Top Picks for BPH-W vs TRT-W Dream11 Match:
Top Picks – Birmingham Phoenix Women
Birmingham Phoenix Women are heavily reliant on Amy Jones at the top of the order. She has been consistent with the bat in this tournament and has delivered when it mattered the most. In 3 matches, she has mustered 106 runs at an average of 53.
Young sensation Shafali Verma is not in her usual flow in this tournament. She has managed to score 41 runs in 3 matches at an average of 13.66 and a strike rate of below 100. You can still back her and include her in your fantasy teams.
Top Picks – Trent Rockets Women
Rachel Priest played a scintillating knock of 76 runs from just 42 balls against London Spirits, which earned Trent Rockets their first victory. Overall in 3 matches, she has scored 84 runs at a strike rate of 161.53.
Natalie Sciver is a must pick for your fantasy teams. In only 3 matches so far in this competition, she has scored 109 runs at an average of 36.33 and has even picked up 2 wickets as well.
BPH-W vs TRT-W Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for BPH-W vs TRT-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Amy Jones, Rachel Priest, Abigail Freeborn, Eve Jones, Shafali Verma (vc), Katherine Brunt, Natalie Sciver (c), Sammy-Jo Johnson, Kathryn Bryce, Kirstie Gordon, Issy Wong
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for BPH-W vs TRT-W Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Amy Jones (c), Rachel Priest (vc), Katie Mack, Shafali Verma, Eve Jones, Natalie Sciver, Erin Burns, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Sarah Glenn, Lucy Higham, Kirstie Gordon
BPH-W vs TRT-W Risky Captaincy Choices:
Eve Jones has scored 87 runs in 3 matches in this tournament at an average of 29. She is a talented player and you can take a risk and pick her as your fantasy team skipper.
Katherine Brunt is an aggressive cricketer who gives more than 100% when she is on the field. It’s worth a risk to pick her as your fantasy team skipper.
Player you should avoid:
Since Amy Jones and Rachel Priest are the first choices of wicket-keeping options, you can avoid Gwenan Davies while making your fantasy teams.
Note: Updated Fantasy teams and Playing XIs of every match will be provided in our Telegram channel if the information is available.
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.