Match 11 of FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022 will see Barmy Army Women going up against Sapphires Women at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday, May 10. The match will start at 9:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Barmy Army vs Sapphires odds for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022
Barmy Army: 1.60
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Barmy Army vs Sapphires recent form
Both Barmy Army and Sapphires have played three games this season, with the former winning two and the latter winning one. Thanks to a superior net run rate of 1.075, Barmy Army currently sit second in the standings while Sapphire is second from the bottom at fifth.
The Heather Knight-led Barmy Army started off their FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022 campaign with a fine win over Spirit. A day later, on May 6, the team lost out to Falcons, who rode on Dan Wyatt’s 49-ball 76 to claim the victory.
Recently, the team defeated Tornadoes by an impressive eight-wicket margin with over four overs still remaining. Chasing Tornadoes’ 150/2, Barmy Army achieved the target in only 16 overs with their openers putting together a 116-run partnership.
As for Sapphires, it’s been a rather tough start. They began their campaign with a 17-run defeat to Tornadoes. The team bounced back with a 10-wicket win over Warriors but succumbed to a 55-run defeat at hands of Spirit in their last outing.
Barmy Army: W, L, W
Sapphires: L, W, L
Barmy Army vs Sapphires head-to-head
Thursday's meeting between Barmy Army and Sapphires will be the first time these two teams will play each other in the FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20.
Barmy Army vs Sapphires prediction and cricket betting tips for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022
Judging by the current run of form, it’s safe to say Barmy Army will start as the outright favourites. The team has been extremely good with the bat, with Deandra Dottin outshining everyone with a return on 143 runs in three innings. The 30-year-old has hit a whopping 17 fours and six sixes already.
Sapphires, on their part, have been brilliant at times, but their success has relied more on individual brilliance than collective effort.
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