MS W vs ST W Live Score, In the Match of Rebel WBBL 2020 which will be played at North Sydney Oval, Sydney. MS W vs ST W Live Score, Match between Melbourne Stars Women and Sydney Thunder Women Live on November 28th 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.
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Venue: North Sydney Oval, Sydney.
The mega finale of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) is here. Two teams led by Australia’s two of the most experienced and superstar players, Meg Lanning and Rachel Haynes, will look to lift the trophy by giving it their all in the title clash. The Stars defeated the Perth Scorchers pretty comfortably continuing to stamp their authority. They chased a paltry 126 in the 17th over itself even as Alana King was named the Player of the Match.
The Sydney Thunder, on the other hand, pulled off a heist choking the defending champions Brisbane Heat in the last five overs. The Heat lost six wickets for just 12 runs and 19 balls to botch up a well controlled chase and the credit has to be given to the Thunder for keeping their nerves when it mattered. Rachel Haynes was the star with the bat as her 40-odd runs proved to be crucial in the end.
MS W vs ST W Squads
Melbourne Stars Women
Meg Lanning, Nat Sciver, Mignon du Preez, Elyse Villani, Alana King, Annabel Sutherland, Katherine Brunt, Tess Flintoff, Sophie Day, Holly Ferling, Nicole Faltum, Anna Lanning, Erin Osborne, Lucy Cripps and Bhavi Devchand.
Sydney Thunder Women
Tammy Beaumont, Rachel Trenaman, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes, Pheobe Litchfield, Lauren Smith, Tahlia Wilson, Hannah Darlington, Shabnim Ismail, Sam Bates, Sam Arnold, Saskia Horley, Anika Learoyd and Kate Peterson.
MS W vs ST W Predicted XIs
Melbourne Stars Women
Meg Lanning (C), Elyse Villani, Mignon du Preez, Nat Sciver, Annabel Sutherland, Anna Lanning, Alana King, Sophie Day, Nicole Faltum (WK), Tess Flintoff and Katherine Brunt.
Sydney Thunder Women
Tammy Beaumont, Rachel Trenaman, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes, Phoebe Litchfield, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Tahlia Wilson, Hannah Darlington, Lauren Smith, Shabnim Ismail and Sam Bates.
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
There will be intermittent clouds for the whole day on Saturday. But such has been the weather in Sydney over the last couple of weeks now. However, there is no chance of rain. The temperature will be around the early 30s.
With this being the final, definitely a fresh pitch will be used and we might witness a comparatively high-scoring game. A score around 150 will be good to defend for the side batting first and the team winning the toss will definitely look to put runs on the board.
Average first innings score:
152 (last six WBBL matches played at the venue)
Record of the chasing teams
Won – 4; Lost – 2
MS W vs ST W Top Picks
- Natalie Sciver has mustered 241 runs with the bat and has also picked 19 wickets. Moreover, she scored an unbeaten 47 in the chase in the semi-final.
- Meg Lanning has amassed 480 runs opening the innings for the Melbourne Stars. She will be key for them in the big final.
- Elyse Villani is a dangerous batter and she opens the innings with Lanning. She has played a few brilliant knocks this season and can set the stage on fire when it matters the most.
- Heather Knight has been in great touch this season having smashed 420 runs and picked nine wickets.
- Sammy-Jo Johnson was key for the Thunder in the semi-final picking two wickets as she took her tally of wickets to 16.
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.