WS vs THU Dream11 Tips
Western Storm will meet Thunder in the 2nd match of the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2021. The Storm had a decent last season but failed to reach the final. They finished 2nd in the South Group with 18 points.
The Thunder, on the other hand, had an underwhelming run. They finished 3rd in North Group and would be eyeing a better return this time. Let’s take a look at WS vs THU Dream11 Prediction for this Women’s ODD fixture.
WS vs THU Dream11 Today Match Prediction Details
Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy 2021 – Match 2
Western Storm vs Thunder
Date: Saturday, 29 May 2021
Time: 3:00 PM IST
Venue: County Ground, Bristol
WS vs THU Dream11 Tips – Team News
Western Storm Squad:
Sophie Luff, Georgia Hennessy, Emma Corney, Niamh Holland, Lauren Parfitt, Heather Knight, Alex Griffiths, Olivia Churcher, Danielle Gibson, Anya Shrubsole, Fi Morris, Katie George, Abbie Whybrow, Nat Wraith, Claire Nicholas, Emily Edgcombe, Steph Hutchins, and Lauren FIler
WS Playing 11 (Probable):
Fi Morris, Lauren Parfitt, Sophie Luff, Georgia Hennessy, Natasha Wraith, Heather Knight, Alex Griffiths, Danielle Gibson, Anya Shrubsole, Emily Edgcombe, and Stephanie Hutchins
Alex Hartley, Daniella Collins, Kate Cross, Rebecca Duckworth, Georgie Boyce, Natalie Brown, Alice Clarke, Alice Dyson, Sophie Ecclestone, Emma Lamb, Daisy Mullan, Olivia Thomas, Liberty Heap, Laura Jackson, Hannah Jones, Ellie Threlkeld, and Sophia Turner
THU Playing 11 (Probable):
Laura Marshall, Georgia Boyce, Alice Clarke, Eleanor Threlkeld, Natalie Brown, Sophie Ecclestone, Danielle Collins, Rebecca Duckworth, Alice Dyson, Alex Hartley, and Liberty Heap
WS vs THU Dream11 Key Players
Western Storm –
- Heather Knight
- Sophie Luff
- Georgia Hennessy
- Sophie Ecclestone
- Natalie Brown
- Georgia Boyce
WS vs THU Today Match Prediction: who will win today match?
As per our WS vs THU Today Match Prediction, Western Storm are likely to win this match.
WS vs THU Dream11 Prediction Team
WK: E Threlkeld
BAT: G Boyce, S Luff, A Griffiths
AR: H Knight (C), N Brown, G Hennessy (VC), F Morris
BOWL: S Ecclestone, A Hartley, S Hutchins