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Match Details:

South Africa Women versus Sri Lanka Women, second ODI

fourteenth February 2019, 1:30 PM IST

Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, North West Province, South Africa


In the past known as the Sedgars Park, the Senwes Park holds a unique spot in the historical backdrop of South African cricket as the men's group played their 100th T20I coordinate here. The setting has facilitated 22 ODIs so far. 9 of these were won by the group batting first while 11 were won by the group batting second.

The normal first innings score at the Senwes Park is 240. Truth be told, each of the three ODIs between Sri Lanka ladies and South Africa ladies are planned to be played at this scene. A 200+ score like the first ODI can be normal in the second ODI also. The pitch does not have much for the spinners and batswomen can score huge on the off chance that they get settled.

Match outline:

In the wake of finishing a whitewash in the T20I arrangement, South Africa ladies began things on the correct note in the ODI arrangement also.

The Proteas ladies were placed in to bat first in the first ODI. Chief Dane van Niekerk drove from the front and scored an eminent century. She made 102 off 117 conveyances. Opener Andrie Steyn likewise made an all around coordinated 75 off 100 balls previously being expelled by Ranaweera. These thumps helped South Africa ladies achieve a focused aggregate of 225 for 7 out of 48 overs (coordinate was diminished by 2 overs because of downpour).

Oshadi Ranasinghe and Udeshika Prabodhani performed well with the ball for Sri Lanka as they secured 3 and 2 wickets, individually.

Accordingly, Sri Lanka ladies could oversee 218 keeps running for the loss of 9 wickets and lost the match by only 7 runs. Wicketkeeper Prasadani Weerakkody scored 47 from 67 conveyances, Shashikala Siriwardene made 49 off 56, and Nilakshi de Silva likewise played a helpful thump of 39 off 43 – however everything went futile.

The second ODI between the two groups guarantees to be a nearby experience as Sri Lanka Women will likewise be sure in the wake of giving an extreme battle in the main match and will concentrate on the positive takeaways.

Structure Guide (latest to most seasoned in ODIs):

South Africa Women: W L W (normal structure)

Sri Lanka Women: L (Abysmal structure)

No holds barred:

Matches: 18

Won by South Africa Women: 12

Won by Sri Lanka Women: 4

NR: 2

Anticipated playing XI:

South Africa Women:

Mignon du Preez, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk (c), Shabnim Ismail, Andrie Steyn, Masabata Klaas, Lara Goodall, Laura Wolvaardt, Sune Luus, Faye Tunnicliffe (wk), Tuni Sekhukhune

Sri Lanka Women:

Shashikala Siriwardene, Chamari Athapaththu (c), Udeshika Prabodhani, Inoka Ranaweera, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Prasadani Weerakkody (wk), Nilakshi de Silva, Harshitha Madavi, Hasini Perera, Achini Kulasuriya, Umesha Thimashini

My Dream XI


Prasadani Weerakkody

Experienced Lankan wicketkeeper Prasadani Weerakkody played a convenient thump of 47 in the first ODI. The 30-year-old is looking in great structure and she additionally made 64 in the warm-up match against North West Women. A convenient pick in the position by and large as she is likewise an opener.


Andrie Steyn, Mignon du Preez, Lara Goodall, Nilakshi de Silva

22-year Andrie Steyn played splendidly well for her 75 in the first ODI. The adolescent played some extraordinary thumps for Western Province Women in the CSA Women's Provincial League also. Her ongoing structure makes her an unquestionable requirement pick in the dream side.

Mignon du Preez and Lara Goodall have both got not too bad begins in the ongoing matches. A major thump is expected from them two.

The accomplished Nilakshi de Silva battled till the very end in the principal ODI and got her group exceptionally near a success. The Panadura-conceived player made an unbeaten 39 in the first ODI and furthermore scored 48 in the warm up match against North West Women. Her capacity to bowl medium pace incidentally likewise makes her a convenient pick.

Elective: Laura Wolvaardt instead of Lara Goodall


Dane van Niekerk, Shashikala Siriwardene, Sune Luus

Skipper and go-to all-rounder of South Africa – Dane van Niekerk – is an absolute necessity pick. She not just made a splendid century in the primary match yet additionally helped the group with the ball. The leg-split bowler grabbed the essential wickets of opener Sanjeewani and Chamari Athapaththu in the first ODI. She additionally gave away only 26 keeps running in the 10 overs she bowled. Dane has been in great structure with both bat and ball.

33-year-old Shashikala Siriwardene fell only 1 run shy of a fifty in the first ODI. Her great batting structure makes her a valuable pick.

Sune Luus was the superstar amid the T20I arrangement and furthermore had a 5-fer in the second T20I. The youthful every single rounder ha been picked in the squad instead of Lizelle Lee and might be given an open door in the second ODI. Not exclusively is the 23-year-old a powerful bowler yet additionally a touchy lower request batsman.

Elective: Chamari Atapattu instead of Sune Luus


Udeshika Prabodhani, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Masabata Klaas

Udeshika Prabodhani gave a trained execution in the first ODI. She is an efficient bowler and a decent pick in the dream side.

Oshadi Ranasinghe was the pick of the bowlers for Sri Lanka in the main match as she secured 3 wickets. The Colombo-brought into the world player is relied upon to proceed with the great show.

South African speedster Masabata Klaas grabbed 3 wickets in the first ODI though she was somewhat costly. Her experience makes her a helpful pick in the dream group.

Elective: Shabnim Ismail/Inoka Ranaweera instead of Oshadi Ranasinghe

Skipper: Dane van Niekerk

Bad habit skipper: Shashikala Siriwardene

Player to look out for: Andrie Steyn

The Durban-conceived hitter Andrie Steyn has been in exceptional structure off late. The 22-year-old is relied upon to proceed with her great presentation with the bat that will gain some significant focuses in the Dream11.

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