CWG 2022: NZ-W vs SL-W Dream11 Prediction 8th T20I: 3 Players You Should Avoid in Your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team

3 Players You Should Avoid in Your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team for the NZ-W vs SL-W game. (Photo by Albert Perez/Getty Images)

New Zealand Women (NZ-W) will take on Sri Lanka Women (SL-W) in the 8th T20I match of the 2022 Commonwealth Games at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Tuesday. New Zealand Women beat South Africa in their opening match by 13 runs and are placed 2nd in Group B table with two points so far. Sri Lanka Women lost their opener against England by 5 wickets and now find themselves in the last position of Group B table. New Zealand will take a top position in the table with a win against Sri Lanka and will be in a firm position to reach the semi-finals round.

Here are 3 players you should avoid in your Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Team for the NZ-W vs SL-W game:

1. Maddy Green:

The experienced middle-order batter has excellent numbers in ODI cricket but has struggled to impress in the T20I format. In the last match, she didn’t get a chance to bat as the top-order batters managed to play all 20 overs. She has scored 521 runs in 49 T20I innings at a poor average of 12.70 and a strike rate of 91.56.

2. Anushka Sanjeewani:

The star wicketkeeper batter is likely to get to play more compared to the opponent wicketkeeper Izzy Gaze, who plays in the number seven position. But Sanjeewani is struggling for consistency this year and managed to score only 2 runs in 9 balls against England in the opening match. She also struggled to score big against India Women in the latest ODI and T20I series last month.

3. Fran Jonas:

The 18-year-old left-arm spinner made her debut in T20I cricket in the opening match against South Africa. She bowled two overs but didn’t get any wicket while conceding 16 runs. Also, in her five ODI matches, she has taken just two wickets so far. New Zealand didn’t play any cricket since the Women’s World Cup 2022 and inexperienced players like Fran Jonas are struggling to make an impact.

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