WI vs NZ: West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates

WI vs NZ: West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates

WI vs NZ 3rd ODI Dream11 Prediction: On Sunday at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, the third and final ODI of the series will take place between West Indies (WI) and New Zealand (NZ). Due to the D/L method, New Zealand won the second game decisively by a score of 50 runs, tying the series at one game each. The New Zealand batsmen once again had trouble and were dismissed for just 212 runs. Daryl Mitchell added 41 runs off 63 balls, and opener Finn Allen scored the most with 96 runs off 117 runs. While giving up just 24 runs in nine overs, Jason Holder and Kevin Sinclair each got four wickets.

From the outset, New Zealand’s bowlers had complete control of the match and bowled out the hosts for just 161 runs. The majority of the West Indies’ run came from the lower order, led by Alzarri Joseph’s 49 runs off just 31 balls and Yannic Cariah’s top score of 52 runs. Trent Boult took three wickets while only allowing 18 runs in six overs, and Tim Southee took four wickets while giving up 22 runs for New Zealand.

WI vs NZ Match Details:

West Indies vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI

Venue: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

Date & Time: 21st August at 11:30 PM IST and 2:00 PM Local Time

Live Streaming: FanCode

WI vs NZ, 3rd ODI, Pitch Report:

In ODI cricket, the ground at Kensington Oval is evenly suited for both batters and bowlers. However, the pacers, who have dominated the opening two games, are benefiting greatly from the surface’s additional seam and bounce.

Injury News:

Due to a quad strain, Kane Williamson is most likely going to miss the third game.

WI vs NZ: West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates
WI vs NZ: West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Dream11 Prediction, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates

WI vs NZ, 3rd ODI Probable Playing XIs:

West Indies

Shai Hope (wk), Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks, Nicholas Pooran, Keacy Carty, Jermaine Blackwood, Jason Holder, Yannic Cariah, Akeal Hosein, Alzarri Joseph, Kevin Sinclair.

New Zealand

Martin Guptil, Finn Allen, Tom Latham (c & wk), Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, Daryl Mitchell, Michael Bracewell, Mitchell Santner, James Neesham, Trent Boult, Tim Southee.

Top Picks for WI vs NZ Dream11 Match:

Top Picks – Batters

Finn Allen, the 23-year-old opener, is displaying a lot of potential after scoring a huge 96 runs off 117 balls in the most recent game. He led the series scoring charts with 121 runs after also scoring 25 runs off 24 balls in the first game. In just six ODI games, he has amassed 270 runs at an excellent average of 45 and a strike rate of 95.07 overall.

The Caribbean batsman Shamarh Brooks, who was in good form, was bowled out on duck in the previous game after facing eight balls. However, he scored fifty in the last T20I match against New Zealand before smashing 79 runs in the first game.

Top Picks – All-Rounders

The best bowler for West Indies thus far in this series has been Jason Holder. In the previous game, he grabbed three wickets, including Tom Latham and both Kiwi openers. Although he hasn’t yet had a significant effect with the bat, his recent bowling performance makes him an easy all-around choice for this game.

Top Picks – Bowler

Trent Boult, the number one bowler in the world, grabbed three wickets in the last game while only allowing 18 runs to be scored in his six overs. He also scored 16 runs in 13 balls. He picked up two wickets in the first game, giving him 10 overall in his last five games.

Alzarri Joseph, a powerful pacer who just claimed Devon Conway’s key wicket, then scored 49 runs off just 31 balls. He also picked up three wickets in the first game and will be an important bowler for the home team in the championship game.

Top Picks – Wicketkeeper

Before Tom Latham and Nicholas Pooran, the seasoned wicketkeeper-batter Shai Hope will be the obvious choice for wicketkeeping. In the first two games, he got off to a good start but was unable to turn his inning into a significant score. In the first two games, he scored 42 runs, then last month, he crushed a century against India.

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for WI vs NZ Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Shai Hope, Finn Allen (c), Shamarh Brooks, Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Jason Holder (vc), Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Trent Boult, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein.

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for WI vs NZ Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Finn Allen, Martin Guptil, Shamarh Brooks, Glenn Phillips, Daryl Mitchell (vc), Jason Holder, Trent Boult (c), Alzarri Joseph, Tim Southee, Akeal Hosein, Kevin Sinclair.

WI vs NZ Risky Captaincy Choice:

The penultimate game’s captaincy duties were given to veteran batsman Tom Latham. In three ODI games, he hit 108 runs, including a fifty against Ireland in the second game last month. However, in the first game, only 12 runs were scored, and in the last game, a duck was bowled out.

The talented batter Devon Conway scored 106 runs in three T20I games and also excelled in the Indian Premier League 2022. In contrast, he has had trouble having a same effect in the first two ODI games. In the first game, he scored four runs off 15 balls, and in the last one, he scored six runs off 17 balls.

Player you should avoid:

The Caribbean captain Nicholas Pooran is still having trouble, scoring just two runs in the most recent game. In the first game, he scored 28 runs and appeared to be on the verge of regaining his previous level of excellence. However, Pooran has had trouble scoring frequently since assuming the captaincy in June.

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