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IR-W Vs WI-W Dream11 Prediction: Fantasy Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Injury Update

Know the fantasy tips, pitch report, & more about the Ireland-W vs West Indies-W, ICC Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier match being held at Harare on Tuesday.


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Ireland Women are all set to clash with West Indies Women in the third match from group A of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier match, scheduled to be played at the Old Hararians Sports Club in Harare, Zimbabwe on Tuesday. Ireland head into their opening match of the tournament, after suffering a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Zimbabwe Women, earlier in October. Meanwhile, the Windies Women sweep their three-match ODI series against the Pakistan Women, two weeks ago. Both teams would look to earn the victory in their campaign opener as they look for a spot in the upcoming 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup.

Ireland Women vs West Indies Women: Dream11 Predictions

IR-W vs WI-W: Fantasy XI- Shauna Kavanagh, Deandra Dottin, Gaby Lewis, Rebecca Stokell, Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews (c), Laura Delany (vc), Leah Paul, Shamilia Connell, Shakera Selman, Georgina Dempsey

Ireland Women predicted XI- Rebecca Stokell, Gaby Lewis, Laura Delany (c), Eimear Richardson, Louise Little, Shauna Kavanagh (wk), Leah Paul, Georgina Dempsey, Orla Prendergast, Sophie MacMahon, Celeste Raack

West Indies Women predicted XI- Deandra Dottin, Rashada Williams, Kyshona Knight, Stafanie Taylor (c), Hayley Matthews, Shemaine Campbelle (wk), Kycia Knight, Chinelle Henry, Anisa Mohammad, Shamilia Connell, Shakera Selman

Ireland Women vs West Indies Women: Pitch Report

The surface at the Old Harare Sports Club is expected to be on the slower side, where batters would have to work hard in order to score runs. Spinners will be handy for both teams in the middle overs of the match.

Ireland Women vs West Indies Women: Top Picks ­

The 20-year-old Irish allrounder Gaby Lewis has impressed everyone in the past series by scoring three back-to-back half-centuries. He has scored a total of 469 ODI runs in 21 matches so far, and has also dismissed 10 batters. Laura Delany meanwhile is an experienced campaigner for Ireland, as she has scored 634 runs in 43 ODI matches, and has 17 wickets to her name. At the same time, Hayley Matthews and Deandra Dottin would be top picks from the Caribbean squad as Matthews had a wonderful series against Pakistan, while Dottin has the experience of scoring 3220 ODI runs and 69 ODI wickets in her career.

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