Women Big Bash League, 13th T20 match will be fought between Perth Scorchers Women and Adelaide Strikers Women. The match will be played at Allan Border Field, Brisbane with a ground capacity of 2500 seats. Both teams have good players and had a great journey in the last season. In the last five matches played between them, 2matches are won by Perth Scorchers and 3 matches by Adelaide Strikers.
WHEN: Sunday, 27 October 2019
KICK-OFF TIME: 5:10 AM IST
WHERE: Allan Border Field, Brisbane
Have a look over TEAM SQUADs of PERTH SCORCHERS WOMEN vs ADELAIDE STRIKERS WOMEN:
PERTH SCORCHERS WOMEN: Meg Lanning (c), Jemma Barsby, Samantha Betts, Nicole Bolton, Piepa Cleary, Kim Garth, Heather Graham, Amy Jones, Emma King, Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo, Georgia Redmayne, Natalie Sciver
ADELAIDE STRIKERS WOMEN: Suzie Bates (c), Sophie Devine, Tegan McPharlin, Bridget Patterson, Tahlia McGrath, Lauren Winfield, Katie Mack, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Sarah Coyte, Megan Schutt, Alex Price, Ellie Falconer, Annie O’Neil.
Adelaide Strikers Women had a great start in the league but become slow in their second match against Renegades. They are at 1st position with 4 points. The team has played 3 matches until now and has 2 wins, 1 loss. In the last against HBH, the team played very excellently, if we talk about their fielding that too was very good. Adelaide scored only 113 runs. They took the match at the last moment and all the award goes to their bowling and fielding. Adelaide won that match by 3 runs.
Perth Scorchers Women has played 2 matches with 1 won and 1 lost. Their starting was good but they couldn’t able to stop the runs. According to the Women’s match, 133 runs is a good score. Meanwhile, Renegades took the match from them. In the last match they back in the filed with great strategy and also with a trust that we’ll win today, one time it was like they can’t chase the target of 146 runs but they chased in only 18.2 overs. Jones and Lanning both finished the match looking in a great form. today we’re expecting the same.
From our point of view, PERTH will win today!