Welcome to another edition of 6-Banner Sunday, a joint production between The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall, and presented by our friends at Homefield Apparel, where we highlight the five most essential IU basketball stories of the past week, plus take a look at how the other IU sports programs are doing.
Indiana was seriously tested for the first time this season in New York at the Empire Classic this week. The results went as expected and were somewhere between total success and complete failure.
Meanwhile, on the women’s side, it was the best few days of the year so far, with a couple of massive victories. Also, Assembly Call had shows and an update on IU’s games streaming exclusively on Peacock. We will as usual conclude with a look at how other sports are doing led by Men’s soccer advancing to their ninth consecutive Sweet 16.
Here is what’s in this week’s edition:
• Hoosiers hold off Louisville • IU dominated by UConn • Women’s basketball beats Tennessee and Princeton in Fort Myers • Assembly Call shows • Peacock offering a Black Friday discount • Hoosier Roundup – Men’s soccer advances in NCAA tournament
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Banner #1: Hoosiers hold off Louisville
IU was able to leave New York with a victory over the Cardinals in their second game of the Empire Classic. By doing so they improved to 4-1 on the season.
The contest went back-and-forth, but the Hoosiers closed on a 13-2 run to win 74-66. Indiana employed a zone defense late to turn the game around. By doing so, they avoided an embarrassing defeat to an opposing side that barely beat UMBC and was blown out by Chattanooga. Malik Reneau and Kel’el Ware continued to look strong in the post and finished with 12 points each. However, the team’s lack of shooters is causing the opposition to clog the paint and make life difficult for IU’s duo inside.
Afterward, Hoosier coach Mike Woodson spoke, Ryan Corazza wrote the Minute After and Film Session, Alex Bozich penned Five Takeaways, and William McDermott put together a column about the late switch to zone defense. Finally, Assembly Call had its postgame polls and email as well as a Coach’s Corner, Film Room, and article about whether to be optimistic about the play so far.
Banner #2: IU dominated by UConn
IU hung tough with reigning national champion Connecticut for a while and was within seven points through 35 minutes of play. However, the Huskies pulled away late for a 77-57 win as the Hoosiers suffered their first defeat.
Reneau led the team with 18 points in the post while Ware added 11. However, poor outside shooting was the issue, as it has been all year, as the Cream and Crimson went just 3-for-13 from behind the arc.
Afterward, Woodson spoke, Ryan Corazza wrote the Minute After, Alex Bozich penned Five Takeaways, and Amanda Foster put together a column about the defeat being a wake-up call. Finally, Assembly Call went Inside The Numbers and had its postgame polls, email, and Film Room.
The Hoosiers return to action today at 4:30 pm against Harvard in a pseudo-home game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Crimson are likely better than any opponent IU has faced so far outside of UConn and sit at 5-1 overall and inside the KenPom top 150.
Banner #3: Women’s basketball beats Tennessee and Princeton in Fort Myers
After failing an early season test at Stanford miserably, things have brightened considerably for Indiana. After falling to 21st nationally due to the Stanford loss, the Hoosiers have since looked like the team that spent much of last season in the top five nationally and won the Big Ten outright.
They started the week last Sunday by defeating a lesser Lipscomb squad. However, the real measuring stick came over the Thanksgiving holiday. The Hoosiers went to Fort Myers Florida and controlled contests against Tennessee and Princeton who have the potential to make a deep run in March. Led by the post play of Mackenzie Holmes and the outside shooting of Yarden Garzon and Sara Scalia, the Hoosiers defeated the Lady Vols 71-57 on Thanksgiving before knocking off the Tigers 72-63 just over 36 hours later.
Indiana is now 5-1 and figures to make a big jump in the polls this week. They do not have another tough matchup until New Year’s Eve as they look to put together a long winning steak. Their next contest is this Thursday at Maine (7 p.m. ET on ESPN+). This will be a homecoming for Holmes who grew up outside of Portland where the game is being played.
Banner #4: Assembly Call shows
Assembly Call was on-air twice this week. This included postgame shows following the contests against UConn and Louisville.
Also, Doing The Work was on-air several times in the last few days. This included episodes following the Lipscomb and Tennessee games.
Banner #5: Peacock offering a Black Friday discount
A huge change in the Big Ten’s new TV deal will see a handful of games exclusively streamed on Peacock rather than traditional cable. This includes 12 matchups featuring the Hoosiers. Seven women’s contests starting in January (including Iowa, Maryland, and Purdue) and five men’s games beginning in December (including Ohio State, Purdue, and Wisconsin) will be seen there.
Now Peacock is offering a Black Friday deal through tomorrow where these matchups can be seen for a discounted rate. Instead of the regular $5.99 a month or $59.99 for a year, it can now be bought for $1.99 monthly with the promo code BIGDEAL or $19.99 annually with the code YEARLONG.
• Men’s soccer beat Wake Forest on the road last Sunday to advance to their ninth consecutive Sweet 16. They head to Virginia today (1 pm ESPN+) with a spot on the line in the Elite Eight next weekend. Unlike the last couple of rounds, this matchup would take place within driving distance of most IU fans should Indiana advance. The potential contest would be either in the Hoosier State (Bloomington or South Bend) or just north of it in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Also, former star Pat Noonan of FC Cincinnati was named MLS’ coach of the year.
• Football fell 35-31 in the Bucket game to close the season and now the attention turns to whether Tom Allen will be kept as head coach. Also, a former Hoosier was named as a recipient of the Ford-Kinnick Leadership Award.
• Volleyball swept the weekend vs. Michigan and Michigan State to close the season after falling to highly-ranked Wisconsin last Sunday. They conclude 2023 at 21-12 overall and 11-9 in the league. It is the first time the squad has finished at or above .500 in Big Ten play in over 20 years. However, with a poor RPI and only a couple of signature wins, their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2010 is unlikely (there is no conference tournament in volleyball to improve their resume or receive an automatic bid).
• Wrestling competed at the Keystone Classic.
• Men’s tennis announced their 2024 schedule.
• Women’s soccer had a former player receive the Leanne Grotke Award and six current Hoosiers named CSC Academic All-District.
• Swimming and diving had three athletes receive weekly awards from the Big Ten.
Thanks for your continued support for The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall. We’ll be back next weekend with a new roundup.
It’s hard to believe we are through 10 weeks of the NFL season, and of course there is plenty to digest and discuss in fantasy football as we head into the weekend of games following the Baltimore Ravens’ 34-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday.
Each Tuesday and Saturday during the season, ESPN fantasy analyst Eric Moody will ask our NFL Nation reporters the most pressing questions heading into the weekend and what to make of the fallout after games are played. Who is primed for a big performance, who is impacted by injuries and what roles might change? Here’s what our crew had to say about some of the biggest storylines heading into Week 11.
Should fantasy managers feel comfortable playing Justin Fields in his first game back against the Lions?
Fields carries no injury designation and will be full go against the Lions, likely with only a taped right thumb. This is the longest stretch of games the quarterback says he has missed dating back to high school, and it’s clear the 24-year-old is chomping at the bit to get back under center. Before he got injured, Fields was one of the league’s best deep-ball throwers, completing 13 of 26 pass attempts of 20 or more yards for 332 yards, 6 touchdowns and no interceptions. It’s natural to expect Fields might have to knock off some rust as a passer after missing Chicago’s past four games, but fantasy managers should feel good knowing how much of a threat the quarterback can be with his legs and the issues Detroit’s defense had containing another running QB — Lamar Jackson — earlier this season. — Courtney Cronin
Do you expect Tyjae Spears to continue to get more work with Derrick Henry struggling?
Spears is averaging 11.6 touches per game. The rookie back will continue to get more touches because of the offensive line struggles that result in the Titans consistently being behind the chains. Henry only has 20 or more carries in three out of nine games this season, so it’s clear Spears has cut into his workload. The Titans have moved toward more of a passing offense this season under offensive coordinator Tim Kelly. They’re throwing the ball 30.2 times per game this season, an increase just short of four attempts from last year. That bodes well for Spears, especially on third downs, where his pass-catching ability makes him Tennessee’s best option at running back. — Turron Davenport
What can we expect from the Browns’ skill position players now that Deshaun Watson is out for the season?
Potentially, not much different from what we’ve seen. Remember, Watson missed four games this year with the shoulder cuff strain before the latest shoulder injury, a fracture, ended his season. The Browns will still find a way to get wideout Amari Cooper the ball. Jerome Ford and Kareem Hunt will remain viable fantasy running backs (Ford because of the yards, Hunt because of the short-yardage touchdowns). Tight end David Njoku is capable of big games but isn’t consistently targeted. Beyond that, there’s not much there to utilize in fantasy. But for Cleveland, that’s nothing new. — Jake Trotter
How will the return of Pat Freiermuth impact the Steelers’ passing game?
Even before his injury, Freiermuth was less involved in the Steelers’ offense than he was a year ago. In 2022, Freiermuth averaged more than six targets per game. In four games this season, Freiermuth was targeted four times in three games and just once in the Week 2 win against the Browns. While Freiermuth, who has two touchdowns, should be a boost to the red zone offense, his inclusion isn’t going to drastically change an offense that appears allergic to throwing to the middle of the field. — Brooke Pryor
On this week’s edition of How Can This Benefit My Brand, you’ll be locked into the following pieces of value
How to optimise storytelling on TikTok
Ways to maximise YouTube SEO
Improving accessibility through IG reels
The true value behind user-generated content on X
Now that’s how you tell a story on TikTok
Casuals Corner MMA has produced this phenomenal TikTok illustrating Francis Ngannou’s journey to combat sports stardom
I must say, I got quite emotional with Will narrating this from an emotional perspective, but I get exactly what made this tick; the following involves
A smooth and peaceful audio to get the audience engaged in the tone of the video
a transition of images illustrating the journey of Francis’ legacy accompanied by a voiceover
a caption that doesn’t heavily involve many characters and encourages people to listen
responding to as many comments as possible to optimise the TikTok algorithm to help the content crawl to the top of social feeds
What’s even more powerful about this story is that it’s so easy to produce; that’s the great thing about TikTok. Will literally took his probably on his phone, accompanied by a compilation of images and a script
Demitrious Johnson leads by example on how to optimise YouTube SEO
For any fighters/brands looking to optimise their YouTube channels, I can strongly recommend using @MightyMouse as a prime example from a brand marketing perspective
Here is why
CONSISTENTLY BRANDED THUMBNAILS
As you can see with each of his YouTube uploads, he has a consistent style with how his thumbnails are presented; this can be a deal breaker with regards to someone clicking through to watch a video or not
OPTIMISING YOUTUBE SEO VIA THE DESCRIPTION SECTION
Mighty Mouse has a lot of tick boxes here which optimise visibility, SEO and referral traffic to other parts of his brand; this involves the following
3 hashtags relating to the subject of the video
a summary of the video in a few sentences
links to his social media channels alongside sponsorship leads he’s affiliated to
further hashtags that are linked to his brand
If these tactics are followed consistently, then this will pay big dividends towards growing your brand on YouTube
I appreciate how much time this takes; however, I’m here to help.
Thefashionjogger demonstrates how to optimise Instagram Reels
As a fitness influencer, the fashionjogger, also known as Lisa Migliorini, has got her Instagram game on point from a marketing perspective
This reel in itself is an example; Lisa is an Italian long-distance runner who has uploaded a reel which literally lasts for a few seconds of herself running through the streets of New York accompanied by the one and only Jay Z ft. Beyonce’s- Empire State of Mind track, which is essentially the national anthem of the state
Adding to this, something that particularly stood out to me was how she had two captions in two different languages
As she’s originally from , she’ll have an Italian audience following her content and has decided to make this culturally sensitive towards them.
From a social media marketing perspective, social media algorithms appreciate accessibility with regard to content production. What this means is the more inclusive and accessible your content is for different audiences, the more likely it is for it to get ranked higher on your desired audiences’ feeds when scrolling
X is where it’s at for user-generated content
This has been a theme I’ve noticed for a very long time on X! It’s driven via user-generated content. For combat sports, in particular, fan art is becoming increasingly popular.
By endorsing user-generated content as a fighter or a brand, you’re well on your way to building a community more likely to engage in your content. This can be transferred through various avenues, such as reactively replying to comments, pinning your favourite comments from fans on occasion, offering a creative challenge to your audience before an event, etc.
Now that’s enough from me, feel free to give me any other insights to content I may have missed out on
Week 8 of the NFL comes with a handful of all-important matchups Sunday as we close in on the halfway mark of the 2023 season.
Highlighting the early window on FOX, football fans will get to see Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud — the top two picks in this year’s draft — face off for the first time when Carolina hosts Houston. Here’s what to expect. Elsewhere, Jacksonville is on the road to battle Pittsburgh, as Trevor Lawrence experiences “the little yellow towels” for the first time.
Later, a handful of pivotal divisional matchups will be going on around the league. Closing out the evening, the Chicago Bears are facing the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday Night Football. QB Tyson Bagent, who led Chicago to a convincing win in his first NFL start last week, is at the helm again in Week 8, starting in place of Justin Fields (thumb).
Here are the top moments!
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders
On the third play of Washington’s second possession, Sam Howell connected with wide receiver Terry McLaurin for a 26-yard touchdown.
Commanders O rolling
After holding Philadelphia to a field goal, Washington got its second touchdown. On the 10th play of the drive, Howell connected with wide receiver Jahan Dotson on a 21-yard touchdown.
Absurd TD grab!
Shortly before halftime, Jalen Hurts threw it up for A.J. Brown near the pylon, and the wide receiver pulled off a sensational one-handed touchdown grab for Philadelphia’s first touchdown.
Joey Slye drained a 61-yard field goal for the Commanders before halftime.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers
Vikings break the ice
Minnesota scored the first points of the game late in the first quarter when Cam Akers ran in a 6-yard score.
Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys
On the 10th play of the opening possession, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott hit tight end Jake Ferguson for an 18-yard touchdown.
Cowboys cornerback Daron Bland stepped in front of Matthew Stafford’s pass and ran it back 30 yards for a pick-six.
Daron Bland returns an interception 30 yards for a TD to extend Cowboys’ lead against Rams
All Cowboys early on
Two plays after blocking a punt out of the end zone for a safety, the Cowboys took a 26-3 lead when Prescott hit wide receiver CeeDee Lamb for a 10-yard touchdown.
It’s a rout
Prescott hit Lamb for a 22-yard touchdown, giving the Cowboys a 33-3 lead.
After putting together a 12-play touchdown drive before halftime, the Rams reached the end zone again to opening the second half when Stafford hit wide receiver Puka Nacua for a 20-yard score. They trailed 33-17.
New Orleans Saints at Indianapolis Colts
Colts take advantage
An illegal formation on Brian Bresee extended the Colts’ second possession, and they capitalized one play later when Gardner Minshew hit wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. for a 10-yard touchdown.
On the seventh play of the ensuing possession, Saints quarterback Derek Carr hit running back Alvin Kamara, who ran into the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown.
Six plays after the Colts stripped Carr and recovered the loose ball, Zach Moss punched in a 1-yard rushing score. Then the Saints responded, with Taysom Hill thundering in a 20-yard score on the ground.
Rashid Shaheed got behind the Colts secondary, and Carr hit the wide receiver in stride for a 58-yard Saints touchdown.
Houston Texans at Carolina Panthers
It took 17 plays and 9:20, but the Texans reached the end zone when fullback Andrew Beck punched in a goal-line score on the ground.
Bryce Young hit tight end Tommy Tremble for a goal-line score. That said, the Panthers missed the extra point.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers
FGs for days
It was a messy first half in Pittsburgh with no touchdowns scored and Jacksonville turning the ball over twice but leading 9-3 at halftime.
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins
Three plays after Patriots defensive back Kyle Dugger intercepted Tua Tagovailoa, Mac Jones hit wide receiver Kendrick Bourne for a 24-yard touchdown.
Same ol’, same ol’
Tagovailoa threw it up, and wide receiver Tyreek Hill brought it down for a 42-yard Dolphins touchdown.
Get it out fast!
Tagovailoa hit wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. for a goal-line Dolphins touchdown.
New York Jets at New York Giants
Giants D makes a play
Linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux strip-sacked Jets quarterback Zach Wilson on the opening possession of the game, and Jihad Ward fell on the loose ball for the Giants, who later got a field goal.
Somehow a TD
Wilson got the ball out to Breece Hall, and the running back ran through the Giants defense for a 50-yard touchdown.
Atlanta Falcons at Tennessee Titans
TD No. 1
Titans quarterback Will Levis, who’s starting in place of Ryan Tannehill (ankle), recorded his first NFL touchdown when he connected with wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins for a 47-yard score.
They do it again
Levis and Hopkins hooked up for another touchdown, this one going for 16 yards.
Stay tuned for updates!
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Indiana coach Mike Woodson conducted a brief interview with Rhett Lewis at Friday’s Hoosier Hysteria at Assembly Hall.
Here’s a full transcript of everything Woodson said in a five-minute interview near midcourt:
On what nights like Hoosier Hysteria say about the state of Indiana’s love for basketball and the support for the IU program:
“It hasn’t changed all these years. Indiana has the greatest fans in college basketball without a doubt.”
On what the next step is this season for IU basketball:
“Well, the only step, when I came in here a few years ago is trying to get our team to win a Big Ten title. Shouts out to Teri Moren and her ladies for winning a Big Ten title. That was unbelievable. But that’s the next step and then you go from there to winning a national title.
“That’s the only reason why I came back. There’s nothing in it else for me. It’s never been about me. It’s about the players behind me that I coach, my family, my daughters, my immediate family and the fans.
“And I gotta say this. When all of you guys go home tonight, do me a favor. Get on your knees and say a prayer for Bob Knight and his family because I wouldn’t be standing here – make no mistake about it – Bob Knight is Indiana basketball.”
On the legacy that players like Trayce Jackson-Davis and Race Thompson have left and the legacy that guys like Xavier Johnson and Trey Galloway can continue to build:
“Well again, we’re going to miss those guys. There’s no doubt about that. Their time here was special. The two years that I spent with them. But as a coach, my staff and I, we gotta move on and get ready for this season.
“I love the makeup of our ballclub. This summer they put in a lot of work and yes there’s a lot of work that Mike Woodson’s got to get done on both ends of the floor with this group to win at a high level. And we’ll get there, but it’s going to take some time. But I’m very pleased with the progress and where we are today know that we got a lot of work ahead.”
On what winning basketball will look like with this year’s team:
“It’s unbelievable. We got 10 new faces on this team and they don’t really know what Indiana basketball is about. They don’t know the fanbase and how we travel. It’s unbelievable, man. It’s hard to describe.
“So only time will tell when they step foot on this floor in front of our fans that they’ll realize how good it is.
“I also want to give a shoutout to our president Pam Whitten and our athletic director (Scott Dolson) because I wouldn’t be standing here today if it wasn’t for him. So thank you guys, thank you for coming out this evening because it means a great deal to the ladies program and to the men’s basketball program. And let’s go root on Tom Allen and his crew tomorrow.”
The Denver Broncos are releasing veteran outside linebacker Frank Clark in the same week he gave back nearly $1.7 million to help create this scenario, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday.
Clark agreed to a restructured deal Wednesday, giving back $1.686 million in guaranteed salary, perhaps making his contract more attractive on the trade market.
He is the second pass-rusher the Broncos will have parted ways with in recent days. Late last week, the Broncos traded Randy Gregory to the San Francisco 49ers.
Clark was in his first season with the Broncos but appeared in just two games because of injury. He had been ruled out of Thursday night’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with an illness.
He joined the Broncos following his release by the Chiefs in March after they were unable to find common ground with his agent, Erik Burkhardt, on a reworked contract.
Clark, 30, played in 58 regular-season games in four seasons with the Chiefs, where he played defensive end and totaled 23.5 sacks. He often had his most productive games in the postseason. Clark played in 12 playoff games for the Chiefs and had 10.5 sacks. He was selected to three Pro Bowls in four seasons in Kansas City.
He played his first four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, also at defensive end, and has 58.5 sacks and 14 forced fumbles in nine seasons.
This week’s edition of ‘How Can this Benefit My Brand?’ includes insights surrounding how to efficiently repurpose other channels to form long-form content, how YouTube SEO can be optimised, ways to meet the needs of the TikTok algorithm, how X posts can maximise the same impact as a blog post alongside a super engaging way fighters can optimise Instagram reels.
Wow, I’ve officially been featured on the DAZN x Series YouTube channel.
Now that’s a big deal! Ahead of #KSIFury, Misfits Boxing has gotten crossover boxer Slim Albaher to react to comments from the crossover boxing community around updates in the industry.
One of these posts came from me posting on X about how an anticipated fight between AnesonGib & Slim would’ve been electric, but unfortunately, due to financial issues between Gib and Mams Taylor, Gib is currently unwilling to be affiliated with Misfits Boxing…
However, combat sports athletes and brands can learn from this YouTube video alone to use comments and fan-led reactions across different channels to be repurposed through reaction videos like this.
It clearly pays dividends and almost makes your marketing strategy work like a human skeleton where every channel you have is interdependent towards growing your brand in some shape or form.
How can combat sports athletes optimise their YouTube SEO game through descriptions?
None other than Viddal Riley became an English cruiserweight champion this weekend, and there are many tick boxes that he’s applied to marketing this incredible achievement.
Firstly, he’s affiliated with his hashtag through the custom keyword feature on his YouTube upload, allowing him to optimise visibility through his content.
Secondly, he’s remembered to endorse his sponsor, Myprotein, alongside utilising the discount code ‘VIDDAL’, which can act as a tracker to show how influential Riley is towards an ambassador for the brand.
Thirdly, he’s plugged his editors responsible for crafting this vlog of his fight which can inspire other fighters to consider using them for leverage.
Last but certainly no means least, he’s left a link to all of his socials via Linktree! This is great for third-party traffic and gaining more of a community aside from subscribers on one platform.
If I were to be hyper-critical, Viddal could’ve optimised his description further by allocating timestamps of certain parts in his video to give viewers more accessibility towards when particular events occur during the video.
Aside from that, well done to the Rilist!
Cage Titans demonstrating they know how TikTok works!
When it comes to producing content on TikTok, it’s essential to capitalise on viral trends/audios/content to maximise the impact of your personal content!
In MMA, Khamzat Chimaev is a big deal who has gone from strength to strength to becoming one of the biggest stars in the West.
As a result, many other things will get attached to him, such as popular audio used for user-generated content pieces, fight compilation clips, catchphrases that will be a part of his fighter slogan and nickname and much more!
Cage has maximised this by promoting one of their fighters, Jay Curley, with some fight highlights accompanied by audio centralised around Khamzat Chimaev clips.
To maximise brand engagement on the platform, they’ve even taken time to respond to comments about the video, which is fantastic for community building and growing an audience.
Match of the Day demonstrates how to optimise an X post.
Away from combat sport, MOTD has shared some content surrounding speculation around the Spurs vs. Liverpool game over the weekend.
Regarding how they’ve optimised their X post for this, they’ve included a branded graphic that follows the MOTD logo’s colour schemes, an essential code for generating brand awareness towards prospective audiences.
Secondly, there’s a VERY comprehensive alt-text description about what the imagery is illustrating, which makes your content more accessible towards disadvantaged audiences who might be visually impaired; it’s a good tactic for making your content more inclusive.
Thirdly, including three hashtags relevant to their content house style is key, such as #BBCFootball for general fans, #LFC for Liverpool supporters and #THFC for Spurs supporters.
There are three simple ways for a brand to make its content brand-sensitive.
Joshua & Joel Iyalla & Glitch Boxing show us how to make boxing tutorials engaging in Instagram Reels.
If you’re a fighter with an upcoming event, utilise the location to endorse engagement, virality and culture to optimise your brand.
What I mean by this is both Joshua and Glitch Boxing have their socials on point to educate their audience about boxing knowledge through tutorials, tips and tricks.
However, both gentlemen have optimised an opportunity at a beautiful spot with a view of the Eiffel Tower to undergo what would be regular content for both creators. Therefore, think proactively when it comes to content creation opportunities.
That’s enough from me. Do you have any further insights that I may have missed out?
AUS-W vs WI-W Dream11 Prediction 2nd T20I Match | Australia Women vs West Indies Women Dream11 Team, North Sydney Oval Pitch Report: On October 02, 2023, Australia Women will be playing the 2nd ODI match of the series against West Indies Women at North Sydney Oval Cricket Ground. Australia Women won the 1st ODI match by eight wickets.
Australian Players showed a dominating cricket and easily defeated South Africa. Tahlia McGrath played a match-winning inning of 60 runs in 32 balls and knocked seven fours and three sixes. Skipper Alyssa Healy played a stormy inning of 59 runs at a strike rate of 193.10.
West Indies Skipper Hayley Matthews played a responsibility but couldn’t get support from the other end, hence lost the match. Matthews scored 99 runs in 74 balls with 14 fours and four sixes. The Bowlers of West Indies failed to break the partnership as they only took two wickets of Australian Women.
AUS-W vs WI-W 2nd T20I Match 2023 Details:
Match: Australia Women vs West Indies Women 2nd T20I Match 2023
Venue: North Sydney Oval, North Sydney
Date & Time: October 02, 2023, 01:35 PM (IST)
AUS-W vs WI-W Dream11 Prediction Today Match:
The Dream11 Prediction of Australia Women vs West Indies Women’s second ODI Match is choosing players who played good cricket in the first ODI match. Try to Pick more All-rounders in your fantasy Team to get more points. Pick Ashleigh Gardner as Captain and Hayley Matthews as Vice-Captain.
The Pitch of North Sydney Oval is known for its batting-friendly wicket; all-rounders are expected to perform well, and there is a high chance of these players will dominate the match. The Average score in T20I Cricket at this venue in Women’s Cricket is around 168 runs.
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