Warriors will lock horns with Spirit in match 10 of FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday, May 10. The match will start at 5:30 PM IST.

Warriors vs Spirit odds for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022

Warriors: 1.85

Spirit: 1.96

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Warriors vs Spirit recent form

Warriors will look to bounce back after suffering a 10-wicket thrashing against South Coast Sapphires in their previous fixture. Electing to bat, Warriors rode on Georgia Redmayne’s 33 off 39 balls and Mignon du Preez’s 26-ball 31 to post 129/5 in their allotted 20 overs. In reply, fifties from captain Elyse Villani (62 not out) and Gaby Lewis (62 not out ) powered South Coast Sapphires to a thumping victory.

Warriors have also lost their matches against Falcons and Tornadoes as they currently languish at the bottom of six-team standings.

On the other hand, Spirit head into the encounter after thrashing South Coast Sapphires by 55 runs in their last match. Opting to bat first, captain Nicola Carey’s 70 off 43 balls and Bismah Maroof’s unbeaten 40 helped Spirit post 156/4 in their 20 overs. In response, South Coast Sapphires were bowled out for 101 in 19.4 overs. Pacer Ayabonga Khaka was the wrecker-in-chief for Spirit as she picked five wickets for just nine runs in her quota of four overs.

With seven points from three matches, Spirit are currently third in the standings with two wins and one defeat.

Warriors: L, L, L

Spirit: W, W, L

Warriors vs Spirit head-to-head record

This will be the first meeting between Warriors and Spirit in FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20.

Warriors vs Spirit prediction and cricket betting tips for FairBreak Invitational Women’s T20 2022

Even though Warriors are currently on a three-match losing streak, they have the odds in their favour against Spirit in their upcoming fixture. Considering the team combination of two sides, Warriors will have the edge over Spirit on Tuesday.

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