Who Will Win Today: Malta Women vs Austria Women, Match 6 Prediction, ECIW Spain, 2023, Match Live Score, Playing 11, Key Players

Malta Women vs Austria Women, Match 6 Prediction

Match Details

  • Series: ECIW Spain, 2023
  • Date: Sunday, 26th March, 2023
  • Time: 12:30 PKT – 13:00 IST – 07:30 GMT
  • Venue: Cartama Oval, Cartama

MLT-W vs AUT-W Match Live Streaming

  • TV channels: The match will be broadcasted on Youtube Channels.
  • Match Live Streaming: The match will be live streaming on Fancode.

MLT-W vs AUT-W Match Live Score

  • Live Cricket Score: You can watch the live score of the match here: MLT-W vs AUT-W 6th Match Match Live Score.

Last 5 Matches Played on this Venue

  • Stadium: Cartama Oval, Cartama
  • Average 1st Inning Score: 98
  • Wins:
    • Batting 1st: 3
    • Batting 2nd: 2

Pitch Report for Today’s Match

The pitch at the Cartama Oval, Cartama is a balanced pitch.

Malta Women Squad:

J Rymer, K Mandava, A Rameshan, R Theeng, S Mary Arooja, S Cholasseri, A Santhos, P Bhandari, A Pariyar, S Dahal Khatri, and S Budhatoki.

Austria Women Squad:

B UCA, E Loiuse Kirkman, H Bhullar, P Sabu, H Simpson, A Mae Zepeda, J Antoinette, M Mahadewa, V Avdylaj, S Reddy, and S Chamundaiah

Malta Women vs Austria Women Last 5 Matches

  • MLT-W: L L L
  • AUT-W: W W W

Malta Women vs Austria Women Fantasy Tips

4 Players Team

  • K Mandava (Batter)
  • A Santhosh (All-Rounder)
  • J Rymer (Wicket Keeper)
  • A Pariyar (Bowler)

Who will win Today Malta Women vs Austria Women

Austria Women are expected to win this match.

MLT-W vs AUT-W 11 Player Team

  • Wicket Keeper

    J Rymer

  • Batters

    H Bhullar, A Rameshan, K Mandava
  • All Rounder

    A Mae Zepeda, J Antoinette, S Cholasseri, A Santhosh

  • Bowlers

    A Avdylaj, S Reddy, A Pariyar
  • Captain – Vice-Captain

    S Cholasseri (C), A Pariyar (VC)

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.

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