Match 37: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades | Squads | Players to watch | Fantasy Playing XI | Live streaming

The 37th match of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) 08 will be played between Sydney Sixers and Melbourne Renegades at Junction Oval in Melbourne on November 10. The game will begin at 9.30 AM IST (3 PM LOCAL).

Match 37: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades | Squads | Players to watch | Fantasy Playing XI | Live streaming
Match 37: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades | Squads | Players to watch | Fantasy Playing XI | Live streaming

 

Sydney Sixers are at the top of the table with six wins in eight games. On the other hand, Melbourne Renegades are at the bottom of the table with two wins in nine fixtures. In this edition, the two teams have played against each other, with Sydney Sixers defeating Melbourne Renegades by 37 runs.

Squads

Sydney Sixers:  Ellyse Perry (captain), Jade Allen, Suzie Bates, Nicole Bolton, Maitlan Brown, Erin Burns, Stella Campbell, Lauren Cheatle, Sophie Ecclestone, Ash Gardner, Ange Genford, Alyssa Healy, Kate Peterson

Melbourne Renegades: Sophie Molineux (captain), Sarah Coyte, Josie Dooley, Ellie Falconer, Ella Hayward, Shabnim Ismail, Carly Leeson, Hayley Matthews, Rhiann O’Donnell, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Wareham, Courtney Webb, Georgia Prestwidge, Erica Kershaw, Eve Jones

Players to watch

Ellyse Perry: 

The skipper of Sydney Sixers starred with the bat in her last game against Perth Scorchers. The right-handed top-order batter smashed an unbeaten 69 off 58, including eight boundaries and a six. She also bowled a couple of overs of right-arm medium-pace and conceded 13 runs.

Ashleigh Gardner: 

The right-arm off-spinner was the lone wicket-taker for Sydney Sixers in her last fixture against Perth Scorchers. She scalped 19/1 in four overs and was the most economical bowler for her side. Besides her bowling, she is known for her hard-hitting batting abilities in the middle order.

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Sophie Molineux: 

The captain of Melbourne Renegades was the only wicket-taker for her team in her last outing against Hobart Hurricanes. The left-arm spinner accounted for 20/2 in three overs. She bowled well with the new ball and struck twice inside the powerplay. With the bat, she scored 12 off 15.

Courtney Webb: 

The right-handed middle-order batter of Melbourne Renegades top-scored with 30 runs off 36 balls in her last appearance against Hobart Hurricanes. She hit a couple of boundaries in her innings. She held her team’s batting innings together and was there in the middle from the sixth to the 18th over.

Pitch

It will be the tournament’s first match at the venue. 12 women’s T20Is have been played here, with the teams batting first, winning five, and the teams batting second winning seven. The average first innings score is 132, and the average second innings score is 129. The toss will play an important role with cloudy conditions and a high chance of rain being forecast. Batting could be tricky. On the other hand, the fast bowlers may get some assistance.

Weather

The weather is expected to be mostly cloudy and breezy, with a couple of showers. The highest temperature attained during the day will be 26 degrees Celsius. There will be a 94 percent cloud cover and an 85 percent chance of rain. The wind will blow from the north-northeast.

Fantasy Playing XI

Alyssa Healy, Suzie Bates, Courtney Webb, Chamari Athapaththu, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Ellyse Perry, Hayley Matthews, Sophie Ecclestone, Lauren Cheatle, Shabnim Ismail

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Match Details

Date: November 10, 2022

Time: 9.30 AM IST (3 PM LOCAL)

Venue: Junction Oval, Melbourne

Live streaming: Sony Sports Network (India), Foxtel (Australia), BT Sports (England)

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