Betting Odds for SA-W vs NZ-W(South Africa-W vs New Zealand-W) 

South Africa-W – 2.40 (On Rs.100 users will get Rs.240 in return). Bet Now

New Zealand-W – 1.53 (If the user bet Rs.100 he will get Rs.153 returns). Bet Now 

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Match Details

Match: South Africa-W vs New Zealand-W (SA-W vs NZ-W), 7th Match

Date: 13th February 2023, 

Time: 10:30 pm IST

Venue: Boland Park – Paarl

Pitch report

There is some turn in this wicket but also some pace, particularly in the evening games. Any score over 180 will be very hard to chase down in the second innings.

Weather Report

Clear skies with the humidity levels increasing to over 70% by the end of the game. The temperature will fall from the mid-20s to the low-20s across the match.

Squad Comparison for South Africa-W vs New Zealand-W  

South Africa-W

South Africa started the World Cup under a cloud of controversy, after captain Dane van Niekerk’s was left off the squad due to failing a fitness exam. It’s an odd choice to leave off a star player.

SA did have a great start to the year, as they defeated India in the Final of the T20 Tri-Series, so this team is more than capable of making a big splash in the World Cup. SA-W vs NZ-W, Marizanne Kapp, Shabnim Ismail, and Laura Wolvaardt will be the most important players for the squad, although it’s worth looking out for bowler Nonkululeko Mlaba, who is rising quickly in the ICC rankings and had 12 wickets from her last nine matches.

South Africa-W Playing XI

Laura Wolvaardt, Tazmin Brits, Marizanne Kapp, Sune Luus (c), Chloe Tryon, Anneke Bosch, Nadine de Klerk, Sinalo Jafta (wk), Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Nonkululeko Mlaba

New Zealand-W  

New Zealand is a good side but no one should be totally surprised that they lost to Oz by 97 runs! NZ will focus on the next match, but they won’t have an easy opponent in South Africa.

The batting was quite terrible, as they only scored 76 runs, but the NZ bowling is something to discuss. SA-W vs NZ-W, Both Kerr and Tahulu took three wickets, so SA needs to watch their batting during their overs. Sophie Devine is already in trouble with a foot injury and her duck against Australia is a bad sign

New Zealand-W Playing XI

Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine (c), Bernadine Bezuidenhout (wk), Maddy Green, Hannah Rowe, Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Kerr, Eden Carson, Fran Jonas

South Africa-W vs New Zealand-W Match Prediction

After very disappointing results for both South Africa Women and New Zealand Women on Friday and Saturday, we expect both teams to approach this game with a positive attitude and look to be attacking from the start. SA-W vs NZ-W, We are predicting a close and competitive game but are backing New Zealand Women to win.


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