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Venue: Hurstville Oval in Sydney.
Melbourne Renegades Women have had a forgettable WBBL 2020 season so far. They have played five matches, losing three of them. The Renegades have failed to register a single win in this competition as their other two fixtures were abandoned because of rain.
On the other side, the Sydney Thunder Women are at the number one position on the points table with eight points in five matches. As their current league standing suggests, they have had a contrasting record in the tournament as compared to their upcoming opponents. Thunder have registered three wins, while two of their matches ended in a no result.
MR W vs ST W Squads
Melbourne Renegades Women
Lizelle Lee, Sophie Molineux, Amy Satterthwaite(c), Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Josephine Dooley(w), Erin Fazackerley, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Rosemary Mair, Makinley Blows, Ella Hayward, Courtney Neale
Sydney Thunder Women
Tammy Beaumont, Rachel Trenaman, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes(c), Phoebe Litchfield, Tahlia Wilson(w), Lauren Smith, Kate Peterson, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates, Hannah Darlington, Saskia Horley, Anika Learoyd, Samantha Arnold
MR W vs ST W Predicted XIs
Melbourne Renegades Women
Lizelle Lee, Sophie Molineux, Erin Fazackerley, Amy Sattherwaite, Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Josephine Dooley, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Rosemary Mair.
Sydney Thunder Women
Rachel Trenaman, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes, Phoebe Litchfield, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Tahlia Wilson, Lauren Smith, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates, Gabrielle Sutcliffe.
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
The skies will be mostly sunny during this afternoon game of the Women’s Big Bash League 2020. There are negligible chances of rainfall, meaning that the fans will possibly get a full 40-over contest.
Only one match of this season played at the Hurstville Oval has produced a result. The Adelaide Strikers Women bowled out the Hobart Hurricanes Women for only 84 runs in that game. Fast bowlers and the spinners were equally successful in that match. In the other game, the Melbourne Stars Women managed 127/4 in 17 overs before the match was called off.
Average first innings score:
84 (All completed games played at this venue in this tournament)
Record of chasing teams:
Won – 1, Lost – 0, Tied – 0
MR W vs ST W Top Picks
- Rachael Haynes has scored 105 runs in four innings. She has a strike rate of 119.31, while her highest score has been 61*.
- Heather Knight has played a massive role in the Sydney Thunder Women’s success. She has scored 146 runs and taken six wickets in five matches.
- Georgia Wareham has been the most impressive batswoman from the Melbourne Renegades team. She has aggregated 84 runs in three innings, which includes a half-century.
- Sam Bates has been in top form this season, as she has scalped seven wickets in just nine overs. Her economy rate has been only 3.22 runs per over.
Rebel WBBL 2020
The sixth edition of the Women’s Big Bash League is set to start on Sunday, 25 October, in Sydney, which will host all games this season.
The tournament features some of the top talent in women’s cricket, with several international players and Australia’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup-winning team in action. The build up to this edition included lots of internationals moving from one franchise to the other, promising considerable shake-up to the competition. Ahead of the season, we take a look at some key player signings and how it could impact the franchises.
The best players from around the world have arrived in the rebel WBBL Village in Sydney Olympic Park ahead of Sunday’s opening rebel WBBL|06 matches.
More than 250 players, staff and families will spend the next five weeks inside the Village with the entire 59-game season to be played in Sydney.
Eight matches will be played across North Sydney Oval and Hurstville Oval this Sunday and Monday, highlighted by a Sunday double-header on the Seven Network, Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports (opening round fixture below).
The rebel WBBL is the world’s leading women’s domestic cricket league with more than 20 international players and staff joining the best talent from around Australia. More rebel WBBL games will be broadcast this season than ever before – a year-on-year increase of 57% – building on the success of the first-ever standalone tournament in 2019-20.