ST W vs SS W Live Score, ST W vs SS W Live Cricket Score, Rebel WBBL 2020 Live

ST W vs SS W Live Score, In the Match of Rebel WBBL 2020 which will be played at Sydney Showground Stadium. ST W vs SS W Live Score, Match between Sydney Thunder Women and the Sydney Sixers Women Live on November 18th 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.

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ST W vs SS W Live Score

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Australia Fox Sports
South Africa
ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network)
USA Willow TV
Malaysia Astro Cricket HD
OSN Sports Cricket HD
Afghanistan RTA
Bangladesh Gazi TV (GTV)
Pakistan Ten Sports Pakistan
Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)

Match Detail

Match:          ST W vs SS W Live Score
Date:            Tuesday 18th November, 2020
Time:            01:30 PM IST.

Venue:          Sydney Showground Stadium.

Match Preview

The Sydney Thunder Women are at the moment, placed at the 4th spot in the table, with 5 wins and 4 losses under their belt in the 11 matches so far, with rest of the games yielding no result. The Sydney Sixers Women at the same time are placed well below their opponents, at the 6th spot in the points table, having won 4 and lost 5 games. This match will be deciding a lot so it would be interesting to see how it unfolds.

ST W vs SS W Squads

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.

Sydney Sixers Women

Sarah Aley, Erin Burns, Stella Campbell, Maddy Darke, Ashleigh Gardner, Lisa Griffith, Alyssa Healy, Jodie Hicks, Emma Hughes, Marizanne Kapp, Lauren Cheatle, Ellyse Perry, Angela Reakes and Dane van Niekerk.

ST W vs SS W Predicted XIs

Sydney Thunder Women

Tammy Beaumont, Rachel Trenaman, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes (C), Tahlia Wilson (WK), Lauren Smith, Pheobe Litchfield, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Hannah Darlington, Shabnim Ismail and Sam Bates.

Sydney Sixers Women

Ellyse Perry (C), Alyssa Healy (WK), Erin Burns, Lauren Cheatle, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, Stella Campbell, Sarah Aley, Lisa Griffiths, Angela Reakes and Emma Hughes.

Weather Report & Pitch Condition

The weather in Sydney is expected to be clear for a full-length cricket match, with the chances of precipitation being zero per cent. The temperature is expected to be between the 21 to 23 degree Celsius mark.

The pitch at this venue supported the bowlers in the initial matches of the tournament played here, but as the tournament progressed, the batters became the more favoured players by the surface. The same can be expected to be the condition in this match also.

Average first innings score:

135 (Five games of the tournament played here)

Record of chasing teams:

Won – 3, Lost – 1, Tied – 1 (Five games of the tournament played here)

ST W vs SS W Top Picks

  • Heather Knight has been contributing well with both the bat and the ball to her team’s campaign in this tournament. She is the third-highest run-getter with 353 runs to her name in 11 matches. She has taken 8 wickets as well.
  • Samantha Bates is placed third on the wicket-takers’ list, with as many as 14 wickets to her name in the 11 matches that she has played in. She has also maintained an economy rate of just 5.59 runs per over.
  • Ellyse Perry, in her very own legendary fashion, has made her impact with both the bat and the ball. She has taken 7 wickets and has scored 294 runs at an average of 58.80 in the 10 matches that she has played in so far.
  • Sammy-Jo Johnson is looking to be in good touch with the ball in hand. She has played in 11 matches so far and has taken the 7 wickets. With the bat, she has scored a handy 66 runs in 7 innings so far.

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.

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