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ST-W vs MS-W Dream11 Match Prediction | Sydney Thunder Women vs Melbourne Stars women | Women’s Big Bash League

By Walli Siddiqui @DSportsWall

ST-W vs MS-W Dream11 Match Preview | Sydney Thunder Women vs Melbourne Stars women | Women’s Big Bash League

Sydney Thunders take on the Melbourne Stars as both sides currently dangle at the bottom of the league table.

Match Details

Date- Sunday, October 27 | Time- 8:30 AM (IST) | Venue- Bansktown Oval, Sydney


Sydney Thunders Women

Stalenberg and Priest will be expected to open the innings for the Thunders. Whereas, the skipper, Rachel Haynes comes in at number three. Blackwell, Litchfield and Farerrell shoud accommodate the middle order. Samantha Bates, Shabnam Ismail and Farrell could chip in with the ball for Sydney.


Melbourne Stars Women

Captain, Elyse Villani and Lizelle Lee are the likely candidates to open the innings. Ingis, du Preez, Martin could follow in next in the lineup. Osborne and Sutherland should be in charge of the middle order. Hancock, Osborne, Beams and Flintoff should be the front line bowlers.


ST-W vs MS-W Possible Playing Eleven

Sydney Thunders Women- Priest, Stalenberg, Haynes (C), Blackwell, Litchfield, Nida Dar, Darlington, Farrell, Griffith, Ismail, Bates

Melbourne Starts Women- Villani (C), Lee, Inglis, M du Preez, K Martin, Osborne, Sutherland, Flintoff, Hancock,  Beams, Rafferty


Head-to-Head

In the last four meetings between the two teams it’s Sydney Thunders who has had all the say by winning them all.


Top Picks

Rachel Haynes with the bat can be dangerous at the top order for Sydney Thunders. Whereas, Shabnam Ismail is an absolute asset with the new ball in had for the Thunders.

Elyse Villani’s big hitting in the middle order makes her equally dangerous for the Melbourne Stars

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ST-W vs MS-W Dream11 Today Match Prediction | Fantasy Team

Wicket Keepers- R Priest, E Inglis

Batters- R Haynes(C) , E Villani (VC) , M D Preez, A Blackwell

All Rounders- T Flintoff, N Dar

Bowlers- S Bates, S Ismail, N Hancock

Walli Siddiqui @DSportsWall

A true sports enthusiast who cherishes the thought of writing, reporting, or presenting, particularly when it comes to the two most popular sports in the world. Football as well as Cricket.