In Game 22 of the 2021 Women’s Big Bash League, the Sydney Thunder Women take on Melbourne Stars Women at Aurora Stadium in Launceston.
The Sydney Thunder women are at the bottom of the points table. They have so far failed to win a single match in the competition, with one of the matches lost due to rain. The Sydney Thunder women suffered a loss against the Rebels in their last match.
Hitting first, the Melbourne Rebels scored 142 on the board on account of five wickets. Hitters did their best, but continued to lose wickets at regular intervals as they failed by nine runs. The hitters have failed for them throughout the tournament and need to do better to stay in the competition to qualify for the final.
The Melbourne Stars, meanwhile, are sixth in the points table with five points to their name. They have won two of their five completed matches. The Stars lost to Hobart Hurricanes in their last match, which was a close match.
He placed 144 stars on the board, thanks to contributions from lower-ranked hitters. The bowlers failed to defend their aggregate as Hurricanes chased the total with six wickets in hand and four balls to spare. Meg Lanning hopes to improve performance in her next game.
Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars Women’s Match details
match: Sydney Thunder Women vs Melbourne Stars Women, Match 22, Big Bash Women’s League 2021
date and time: October 30, 2021, Saturday 10:35 am
placeAurora Stadium, Launceston
Sydney Thunder Women’s vs Melbourne Stars Women’s Match Report
The pitch at Aurora Stadium is good to hit. The ball comes out well on the racket and hitters enjoy hitting that surface. Fans can expect a high-score game on Saturday.
Sydney Thunder Women’s Weather Forecast vs Melbourne Stars Women’s
Temperatures in Launceston are expected to be on the lower side, between 3 and 16 degrees Celsius. There will be cloud cover throughout the match.
Sydney Thunder Women’s Championship vs Melbourne Stars Women’s Weighted 11th Rank
Sydney Thunder Women
The shooters failed to capture a stake as the Rebels posted a competitive total on the board. Smriti Mandhana was the only fighter with the bat, scoring 64 at the top of the standings. Other hitters need to contribute because they have failed miserably in the competition so far.
Sweetness Wilson (week), Smriti Mandana, Phoebe Litchfield, Corinne Hall, Anika Lloyd, Lauren Smith, Isabel Wong, Dipty Sharma, Hannah Darlington (c), Kate Peterson, Samantha Bates
Melbourne Women’s Stars
Maia Bouchier (42) and Kim Garth (44*) have developed a strong partnership to help them spread a competitive total on the board. The bowlers, especially the spinners, failed to catch a stake and needed a rescue against the women of the Thunder on Saturday.
Elise Villani, Annabelle Sutherland, Meg Lanning (center), Maya Boucher, Kim Garth, Erin Osbourne, Nicole Faltom (week), Tess Flintoff, Maddie Dark, Lynsey Smith, Sophie Day
Sydney Thunder Women’s Predictions vs Melbourne Stars Women’s
Thunder and stars reeling in the lower half of the stream. So far, players on both sides have failed to step up and shoot in unison. The Superstars will be excited to get back to winning ways as the Thunder chase their first win in the competition.
The Melbourne stars look a well-settled unit compared to the Sydney Thunder and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they came out on top on Saturday.
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