ENG-W vs SL-W Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Team Info & Dream11 Team for 1st T20 Match Team & Analysis

ENG-W vs SL-W 1st T20 Match Prediction 

Match:  ENG-W vs SL-W Fantasy Team Prediction 
Time:   31 Aug, 10:30 PM (IST)  

Series:: 1st T20 Match 
Venue:  County Cricket Ground – Hove, England 

ENG-W vs SL-W Preview: 

  • With a reputation for being an incredibly forceful batter, Danielle Wyatt arrives bolstered by her exceptional showings in the Hundred. It’s advisable to support her as the top batter for the England women’s team.
  • A standout performer in the Sri Lanka women’s team, Chamari Attapattu, boasting an impressive tally of nearly 2500 runs, stands as their premier batter. It’s recommended to place your bet on her as the top batter for the Sri Lanka women’s team.
  • While the Sri Lanka women’s team might not produce a plethora of sixes, the English players possess a penchant for sending the ball beyond the boundary. Consequently, the England women’s team is anticipated to register a higher count of sixes in the upcoming match.

Live Streaming of ENG-W vs SL-W: 

Live Streaming: The match will be live telecast on Fancode App.

Weather & Pitch Report


The weather will be clean and there are no chances of rain. 

Pitch Report of ENG-W vs SL-W:

The pitch at County Ground Hove will be good for batting. The pace and bounce will be consistent so batters will find it easy to score runs. A high-scoring game can be expected if SL women bat well.

ENG-W vs SL-W Team NEWS: 

ENG-W Team News: 

The England women’s team has showcased strong performances in T20Is, making it to the World Cup semifinals and securing victory in the T20I series against Australia women with a 2-1 score. The squad for the series has been announced with all key players included. Notably, emerging talents, fast bowler Mahika Gaur and wicketkeeper-batter Bess Heath, have earned their first-time selection to the team.

SL-W Team News: 

Following the T20 World Cup, the Sri Lanka women’s team engaged in two series against New Zealand and Bangladesh. Against Bangladesh, the team displayed their prowess by securing a 2-1 victory, yet faced a setback against New Zealand, succumbing to a 2-1 defeat in a similarly competitive contest.

Predicted Playing11:


1. Heather Knight

2. Danielle Wyatt

3. Alice Capsey

4. Maia Bouchier

5. Amy Jones

6. Danielle Gibson

7. Issy Wong

8. Charlotte Dean

9. Sarah Glenn

10. Kate Cross

11. Lauren Bell


1. C Atapattu

2. V Rajapaksha

3. H Samarawickrama

4. N d Silva

5. A Sanjeewani

6. Kavisha Dihari

7. Hasini Perera

8. S Kumari

9. Inoshi Fernando

10. Inoka Ranaweera

11. Kawya kavindi

Winning Chances: 

In terms of both caliber and current performance, the England women’s team holds a significant advantage. Their recent accomplishment includes a 2-1 triumph over Australia women in a T20I series, coupled with their advancement to the T20 World Cup semifinals. To leave a mark in this series, the Sri Lanka women’s team will need to surpass expectations. Given these factors, we consider England women to be the clear favorites.

ENG-W vs SL-W Key Players: 

ENG Women 

ENG-W Team Batting 

Heather Knight, Danielle Wyatt, and Alice Capsey are set to take center stage with their batting prowess. Wyatt arrives with a series of remarkable displays in the HUNDRED tournament, boasting an impressive record of 2478 runs in 146 matches for England. Knight, an integral part of the England team, holds a stellar track record, amassing over 1600 runs. Meanwhile, Alice Capsey, recognized for her powerful striking abilities, has contributed more than 300 runs to the England team’s total and is renowned for her ability to dispatch the cricket ball with force.

ENG-W Team Bowling 

Our top selections for standout bowlers would be Sarah Glenn, Danielle Wyatt, and Issy Wong. With an impressive track record, Glenn and Wyatt have secured 59 and 46 wickets, respectively. Additionally, Wong’s prowess as a bowler has elevated her to a prominent position within England’s ranks, particularly as one of their premier spinners.

SL Women 

SL-W Team Batting 

Chamari Attapattu stands as Sri Lanka’s standout performer, and her performance in the upcoming series holds significant importance for Sri Lanka’s prospects. With a notable tally of 2484 runs under her belt, Attapattu’s contribution will be pivotal. Nilakshi de Silva has also exhibited potential with an impressive record of over 800 runs. Anticipations are equally elevated for Harshita Madavi, recognized for her ability to deliver powerful shots, making her a key player to watch.

 SL-W Team Bowling 

The bowling responsibility will be shouldered by Inoka Ranaweera, Oshadi Ranasinghe, and Kavisha Dilhari. This trio of bowlers has collectively amassed 81, 58, and 21 wickets for the team.

ENG-W vs SL-W Team Forms: 

ENG-W Team Form: 

In their latest T20I series, the England women’s team competed in the Ashes and emerged victorious with a 2-1 win over Australia women.

SL-W Team Form: 

In their most recent T20I series, the Sri Lanka women’s team faced off against New Zealand women and encountered a 2-1 loss.

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England Women (ENG-W) Squad: 

Danielle Wyatt, Alice Capsey, Maia Bouchier, Heather Knight(c), Amy Jones(w), Freya Kemp, Danielle Gibson, Kate Cross, Bess Heath, Sarah Glenn, Charlotte Dean, Lauren Bell, Issy Wong, Lauren Filer, Mahika Gaur

Sri Lanka Women (SL-W) Squad: 

Harshitha Samarawickrama, Chamari Athapaththu(c), Hasini Perera, Nilakshi de Silva, Anushka Sanjeewani(w), Kavisha Dilhari, Imesha Dulani, Sugandika Kumari, Inoshi Priyadharshani, Inoka Ranaweera, Kawya Kavindi, Udeshika Prabodhani, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Hansima Karunaratne, Achini Kulasuriya, Vishmi Gunaratne

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