MS W vs AS W Live Score, In the Match of Rebel WBBL 2020 which will be played at Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney. MS W vs AS W Live Score, Match between Melbourne Stars Women and Adelaide Strikers Women Live on November 7th 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.
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|ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network)
|Astro Cricket HD
|OSN Sports Cricket HD
|Gazi TV (GTV)
|Ten Sports Pakistan
|SLRC (Channel Eye)
It will be an interesting game of cricket to watch on Monday, as the top-ranked teams of the tournament, Melbourne Stars Women and the Adelaide Strikers Women will take the field to play the 29th match of the Women’s Big Bash League 2020. Both these teams, have done really well so far and will want to get another win under their belt by the end of this match.
So far, the Melbourne Stars have played 7 matches and have won 4 of them. Thanks to their net run rate, they are placed at the top of the points table. On the other hand, Adelaide Strikers have also played the same number of matches but have won one less game, and this places them at the 4th position in the points table. This makes the match a battle of the best, where the team that handles the pressure of the situation well will end up as the winning team.
MS W vs AS W Squads
Melbourne Stars Women
Meg Lanning, Katherine Brunt, Lucy Cripps, Sophie Day, Bhavi Devchand, Mignon Du Preez, Holly Ferling, Tess Flintoff, Nicole Faltum, Alana King, Anna Lanning, Erin Osborne, Nat Sciver, Annabel Sutherland, Elyse Villani
Adelaide Strikers Women
Suzie Bates, Darcie Brown, Sarah Coyte, Katie Mack, Tahlia McGrath, Tegan McPharlin, Annie O’Neil, Bridget Patterson, Madeline Penna, Alex Price, Megan Schutt, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Laura Wolvaardt
MS W vs AS W Predicted XIs
Melbourne Stars Women
Meg Lanning (C), Elyse Villani, Mignon du Preez, Nat Sciver, Annabel Sutherland, Erin Osborne, Tess Flintoff, Alana King, Nicole Faltum (WK), Sophie Day and Holly Ferling/Katherine Brunt
Adelaide Strikers Women
Tahlia McGrath, Katie Mack, Suzie Bates (C), Bridget Patterson, Stefanie Taylor, Amanda Wellington, Madeline Penna/Laura Wolvaardt, Sarah Coyte, Megan Schutt, Tegan McPharlin and Darcie Brown
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
There are no chances of rainfall happening during the match on Monday, and the temperature will be around the 18 degree Celsius mark.
The pitch at this venue will have contrasting behaviours in the first and the second innings. In the first, it will be favouring the batters, while the balance is expected to shift towards the bowlers in the second inning.
Average first innings score:
190 (One completed match of the tournament played at this venue)
Record of chasing teams:
Won – 0, Lost – 1, Tied – 0 (One completed match of the tournament played at this venue)
MS W vs AS W Top Picks
- Meg Lanning is the top run-scorer of the tournament, with 237 runs to her name in the 5 innings Her batting average rests at 79.00, while her strike rate rests at 128.80.
- Sarah Coyte is currently placed at the second spot in the leading wicket-takers’ list. She has played in 7 matches so far and has taken 9 wickets while maintaining an economy rate just over 7 runs per over.
- Laura Wolvaardt, in the 7 matches that she has played in, has scored 191 runs at an average of 31.83 and a strike rate of 111.05.
- Natalie Sciver looks to be in great touch with the ball in hand in this tournament, as she has taken 8 wickets in 6 matches. She has maintained a bowling average of 10.12.
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.