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Tornadoes vs South Coast Sapphires odds: FairBreak Invitational T20 2022 predictions and cricket betting tips

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Tornadoes will lock horns with South Coast Sapphires in the second match of FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Thursday, May 5. The match will start at 5:30 PM IST.

Organised by Hong Kong Cricket, the inaugural edition of FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 is an ICC sanctioned tournament featuring six teams. The tournament was earlier planned to be held in Hong Kong itself but the COVID-19 pandemic forced the organisers to move the competition to UAE.

A total of 90 women cricketers from 36 different countries will take part in the tournament. However, no cricketer from India will feature in the competition as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) didn’t provide No Objection Certificates (NOC) citing the ongoing Senior Women's T20 Trophy.

Tornadoes vs South Coast Sapphires odds for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022

Tornadoes: 1.62

South Coast Sapphires: 2.30

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Note: Odds are subject to change.

Tornadoes vs South Coast Sapphires recent form

Both Tornadoes and South Coast Sapphires will play their first match of FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20. While Tornadoes feature international stars including captain Stafanie Taylor, Sophie Devine and Sune Luus, South Coast Sapphires comprise skipper Sana Mir, Elyse Villani and Natasha Farrant. 

Tornadoes vs South Coast Sapphires head-to-head record

This will be the first meeting between Tornadoes and South Coast Sapphires in FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20.

Tornadoes vs South Coast Sapphires prediction and cricket betting tips for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022

On paper, Tornadoes have a more balanced side and hence, have the odds in their favour against South Coast Sapphires on Thursday. But considering the composition of both the teams, we can expect a close contest.

Featured photo: ASIF HASSAN / AFP






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