Sri Lanka Women will take on Thailand Women in the 7th match of the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 at the Sylhet Outer Cricket Stadium, Sylhet on October 4, 2022 (Tuesday).
Sri Lanka Women couldn’t put up their best foot forward against a rampant Indian team in their first encounter but came back strongly to dismantle United Arab Emirates in a rain-affected encounter. Thailand, on the other hand, couldn’t compete against Bangladesh and the chances are bleak against Sri Lanka too.
Mentioned below are the top two player betting tips from the SL-W vs THA-W head-to-head encounter. Take a look!
Chamari Atapathu is a knight in shining armor for the Sri Lankan side for the longest time and the skipper has led from the front more often than not. In her 100-match T20I career, the Lankan skipper has 2090 runs at an average of 21.77 which increases to 23.45 in away conditions. With the Asia Cup happening in Bangladesh this time around, one can trust Atapattu to deliver big time here. For the last three years, her average has consistently stayed above the 30-run mark. While in 2020, it was 30.11, in 2021, it was 38.5 and in the ongoing calendar year, her average has stayed at 31.71. Those are really impressive numbers. In the last four years, her strike rate has consistently hovered above the 100-run mark, really fascinating statistics that tels you why we need to trust her even more. At the Sylhet Outer Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, she has averaged 43.49 in her T20 career, further adding more balance to what she tries to achieve. Hence, it is advisable that you place your bet on 1XBET on Atapattu to score well against Thailand so that you can carry loads of cash to the coffers.
Harshitha Madavi Samarwickrama has been a star in the making. Well, it is not an assumption but a well-laid out fact by everyone who has seen her batting. In 29 matches currently Madavi averages 22.41 but in domestic T20s, her average of 62.33 took everyone by storm in Sri Lanka. So much so that she was fast tracked into the national set-up almost immediately. In T20 wins, her average shoots up to 48.40 and that is an indicator of how good a batter she is for the Sri Lankan side. In the last game against United Arab Emirates, Madavi scored a fluent 37 to help Sri Lanka stay ahead in the curve and that further exacerbated her credentials. In the 2022 Commonwealth Games Women's Cricket Competition Qualifiers, Madavi scored at an average of 53.50 but if that is not enough, let me tell you, in the 2020 Women’s World Cup, the Lankan batter scored at an average of 41.00 in four matches. That is really good. It is fair to assume that Thailand batters will find it difficult to contain her and hence, you can go right ahead and place your bet on Madavi scoring enough runs to reward you well through 1XBET.
Let us have a look at the top team betting tip from the SL-W vs THA-W match prediction.
With Chamari Atapattu and Harshitha Madavi Samarwickrama opening for Sri Lanka in the ongoing Asia Cup, there is a tangible sense of achievement, which could be at play here. As discussed earlier, Atapattu’s strike rate in the last four years has been above 100 consistently and Madavi is a naturally gifted player, whose stroke-making is the key. Even though she batted at a strike of 96 in the last game, her 2022 strike rate has been aboven 109, which is a very good number from whichever angle you’d look at it. In the last six games for Sri Lankan women, they have lost an average of 1.2 wickets inside the powerplay and scored over 41.23 runs in the period, giving a sustainable base to work on the ideas. Further, we have seen how Atapattu takes on the bowlers in the Women’s Big Bash League, where her batting in the powerplay was the major differentiator. It wouldn’t be wild to assume that he can do the same against Thailand Women in this Women’s Asia Cup encounter between SL-W and THA-W. You can be the beneficiary of the arrangement if you click on the link below and place the bet through our affiliate partner 1XBET.
Chamari Atapathu to score big against Thailand
Harshitha Madavi ready to soar high
Sri Lanka to dominate powerplay