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Toss Winner - Sydney Thunder Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Sydney Sixers Women beat Sydney Thunder Women by 18 runs
Sydney Derby between teams of opposing fortunes
SYDNEY SIXERS will win the match
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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WBBL have come to the final league stage with teams looking for victories to build momentum towards the business end. Sydney Sixers are the first team to qualify for the knockouts with hat trick of wins in their lats 3 matches. They will look to build momentum going ahead in the build up to the knockouts. Sydney Thunder are in the far end of the spectrum occupying the last position in the points table. They will look to end their season on a high with a victory and play spoilsport in Sixers momentum to the semis.
Sydney Sixers were struggling at 72/5 in the 12 over Mark in the steep chase of 164 runs against Brisbane Heat. Suzie Bates was the only player to make a good score of 41 runs as others kept losing wickets at other end. Erin Burns (51 runs) and Sophie Ecclestone (47 runs) combined together for sixth wicket to make a unbeaten 92 run partnership off just 45 balls to help their team win the match.
Their bowling unit ended with a score of 163/5 in their 20 overs with more than 60 runs scored in last 5 overs. Ash Gardener draw first blood with the wicket of Danielle Wyatt in the powerplay. Kate Peterson then ran the show picking up 4 wickets in middle overs and gave just 17 runs in her 4 overs. Ellyse Perry and Lauren Che atle were pretty decent with the ball.
KEY PLAYERS: Kate Peterson, Sophie Ecclestone, Suzie Bates
Kate Peterson, Sophie Ecclestone, Suzie Bates, Ellyse Perry, Lauren Cheatle, Ash Gardener, Erin Burns, Alyssa Healy, Nicole Bolton, Stella Campbell, Maitlan Brown
Lauren Cheatle, Stella Campbell, Nicole Bolton, Alyssa Healy, Angelina Genford, Ellyse Perry, Suzie Bates, Sophie Ecclestone, Erin Burns, Ashleigh Gardner, Kate Peterson
Sydney Thunder succumbed to yet another poor display of batting in this season as they were bundled out for just 95 runs. Their top-4 were dismissed for single digit scores and were reeling at 17/4 inside powerplay. Tahila Wilson (20 runs), Sammy Jo-Johnson (16 runs), and Vakarewa (15 runs) brought some respectability to the score as they were the only players to score in double digits.
Their bowlers gave the runs in just 14.2 overs. Sammy Jo-Johnson picked up an early wicket but weng for 28 runs in her 2.2 overs. Lauren Smith (3-0-12-1) and Belinda Varekawa (4-0-13-0) were pretty economical in their overs in the last game.
KEY PLAYERS: Belinda Varekawa, Sammy Jo Johnson, Tammy Beaumont
Belinda Varekawa, Sammy Jo Johnson, Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Smith, Tahila Wilson, Phoebe Litchfield,, Amy Jones, Rachael Haynes, Chloe Tryon, Hannah Darlington, Samantha Bates
Lauren Smith, Phoebe Litchfield, Amy Ellen Jones, Chloe Tryon, Olivia Porter, Sammy Jo Johnson, Tammy Beaumont, Belinda Vakarewa, Samantha Bates, Hannah Darlington, Rachael Haynes
Syndey is one of the good pitches and we expect the ball to bounce and turn in this pitch. Sydney is expected to have bright and sunny weather on the match day.
Sydney is happy hunting ground for the batters with the ball coming onto the bat consistently. We expect the average scores to be around 150-160 runs in this pitch.
Teams might opt to chase the target in this match as this pitch will be hard to bat in the early part of the match. Bowling first is the best option at this venue.
Sydney Sixers are on a roll with both their batting and bowling units performing well like a well gelled unit. They will look to continue their rich form into the business end. Sydney Thunder are having a forgetful season so far and will look to end their campaign on a high. Sydney Sixers beat Sydney Thunder by 15 runs in their previous encounter this season. We expect Sydney Sixers to win this match.
SYDNEY SIXERS will win the match
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