OS vs CM Match Preview
Kate Anderson is leading the batting charge for Canterbury women with 382 runs from 9 innings with an average of 63.66. She has collected these runs at a strike rate of 108.83 and has hit as many as 42 boundaries so far in the tournament. Amy Satterthwaite is the next most successful batter for Canterbury women with 261 runs from 8 innings at an average of 52.20. She has put together these runs at a strike rate of 114.47 and has hit 28 fours during the effort. Another batter is doing a fair job for Canterbury called NB Cox. She has scored 153 runs from her 9 outings.
GES Sullivan has been the leading wicket-taker for Canterbury women this season so far. From her 9 outings in the competition, she has picked up 14 wickets so far with an average of 13.85. She has also managed to pick a fourfer in the competition as well. The next most successful bowler for Canterbury women on their list is MJ Banks with 12 wickets. She has picked these wickets with an average of 21.66 and a strike rate of 17.00. SR Asmussen has also picked up 10 wickets in the competition while bowling at an average of 20.40 and an economy rate of 6.58.
Despite having missed a few games, Suzie Bates remains the leading run-getter for Otago Sparks women with 293 runs from 6 matches at an average of 73.25. She has put together these runs at a strike rate of 128.50 and has hit 27 fours and 5 sixes during the effort. Kate Ebrahim has scored 245 runs from 8 innings with an average of 35.00 and a strike rate of 101.23. She has hit 19 fours and 3 sixes during the effort. Some of the other batters have also contributed to the team efforts such as Polly Inglis and ON Gain scoring 125 and 100 runs respectively.
Kate Ebrahim has not only been one of the top run-getters for Otago Sparks women, but she has also picked up 11 wickets to lead the bowling charts. She has picked these wickets with an average of 18.54 and a strike rate of 17.4. EJ Black has also picked up 10 wickets in the tournament from 8 outings with an average of 18.40 and an economy rate of 5.93. She is bowling with a strike rate of 18.6 as well. EJ Carson and SA Oldershaw have also succeeded in picking up 7 wickets apiece for the team.
The weather during the match tomorrow is likely to remain cloudy with the sun breaking out occasionally. The temperatures during the match will be close to 21 degrees. We are likely to get south-westerly winds of 26 km/hr speed during the game. There are no chances of rain coming down during the match though. There is an 83% chance of having a cloud cover during the match.
This ground in Dunedin is owned by the town city council. In the 19 domestic T20 games played at the venue, the team batting second has won 14 matches. The average first innings total at the ground is 169 runs. The topmost score achieved at this venue is 223 runs for the loss of 5 wickets by Central Districts. So, there are plenty of runs to be had on the track and you can expect the teams to win the toss to bat second on this surface.
Otago Sparks women lead the head-to-head between the two sides.
Otago Sparks women lead the head-to-head between the two teams 3-2. They have won the last 3 games played between the two sides.
Canterbury women have more points in the competition.
Canterbury women have more points at the moment in the points tally despite going down to the same opposition in the last match. They have 24 points to Otago's 22.
There are no injury worries so far for either of the teams. So, the full sides will be available for selection in this game.
OS vs CM Probable 11
OS Playing 11
- Suzie Bates (C)
- Polly Inglis (Wk)
- Kate Ebrahim
- Caitlin Blakely
- Olivia Gain
- Bella James
- Eden Carson
- Emma Black
- Sophie Oldershaw
- Gemma Adams
- Molly Loe
CM Playing 11
- Laura Hughes (Wk)
- Amy Satterthwaite (C)
- Kate Anderson
- Natalie Cox
- Fran Wilson
- Jesinta Savage
- Lea Tahuhu
- Frances Mackay
- Jessica Simmons
- Gabby Sullivan
- Melissa Banks
The Canterbury Magicians women are doing a slightly better job in the competition than Otago Sparks women. They have more players on the side that are in good form. Despite a loss to the same opposition in the last game, the Canterbury women are doing a better job in the competition overall. So, we will bet with Canterbury women to come out trumps in this game.
Kate Anderson: Kate Anderson has been among the runs for Canterbury consistently this season. The stylish opening batter played a terrific knock of 74 runs from 71 balls in the last game and will be keen to continue the good work.
Amy Satterthwaite: Amy Satterthwaite is the captain for Otago Sparks women. She will be the most influential and skillful all-rounder playing in this match.
Gabby Sullivan: Gabby Sullivan is a clever bowler for Canterbury Magicians. She has picked up 14 wickets so far in the competition from 9 games and she is the second leading wicket-taker in the competition.
Kate Ebrahim: Kate Ebrahim is one of the better all-rounders playing in the competition. She has not only scored 245 runs but has picked up 11 wickets so far.
OS vs CM Dream11 Team 1
Keeper: P. Inglis
Batters: S. Bates, N. Cox, K. Anderson (C), B. James
All-rounders: A. Satterthwaite (VC), K. Ebrahim, C. Blakely
Bowlers: L. Tahuhu, G. Sullivan, E. Black