PS-W vs ST-W Dream11 Match Prediction: The Perth Scorchers Women’s side will be playing hosts to Sydney Thunder as they look to climb higher up the points table.
Though Perth Scorchers are sixth on the table with eight points, they are still on level terms with Brisbane Heat, Melbourne Renegades and the Sydney Sixers.
Sydney Thunder on the other end with four wins and two defeats is on the second spot in the league with nine points on board. The Thunders are just a point behind Adelaide Strikers.
A win for either of the teams will be pivotal in the grand scheme of things.
Date- Tuesday, November 12 | Time- 3:00 PM (IST) | Venue- W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth
They have named only one change to their squad. Local talent Amy Edgar comes into the squad as a replacement for ruled-out Piepa Cleary.
Amy Jones and Meg Lanning will be expected to lead the charge with the willow, while Natalie Sciver, Georgia Redmayne and Heather Graham should handle the middle order through quick runs.
Graham’s bowling attribute also makes her a threat alongside Sciver, Peschel and Garth.
Possible Inclusion: Amy Edgar could come in place of Piepa Cleary to provide further assistance in the batting lineup.
Skipper Rachel Haynes has returned to the squad after missing the last game.
Stalenberg and Priest should be the two openers. Tahila Wilson and the skipper Alex Blackwell should come in at three and four for their side. Nida Dar and Trenaman could come in for a late onslaught.
Shabnam Ismail and Rene Farrell and Hannah Darlington should lead the pace attack, whereas Samantha Bates and Nida Dar could contribute in the middle overs through spin.
Possible Inclusion: Sydney Thunder skipper Rachel Haynes will be back in contention after recently recovering from a foot infection.
Perth Scorchers- A Jones, M Lanning, G Redmayne, N Sciver, N Bolton, H Graham, J Barsby, C Piparo, K Garth, S Betts, T Peschel.
Sydney Thunders- N Stalenberg, R Priest, T Wilson, A Blackwell, N Dar, R Trenaman, R Farrell, H Darlington, S Ismail, R Haynes, Samantha Bates.
In the last five meetings between the two sides, it’s Perth Scorchers who has won each and every game as Sydney Thunders look for an answer.
Amy Jones and Meg Lanning are among the top run-getters in the WBBL this season. Jones and Lanning have scored 233 and 216 runs from their last seven games for the Scorchers respectively.
Alex Blackwell has been in good form as well for Sydney Thunder. Blackwell has scored 219 runs from seven games for her side this season.
Nida Dar has been amongst the wickets for hor Sydney Thunder. The spinner has taken eight wickets in the campaign so far.
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