SS-W vs MS-W | 1st WBBL Match Team and Analysis | 14-10-2021 15:30 |1|1| Preview & Stats Added | Match Finished


 SS-W vs MS-W 1st WBBL T20 Match Prediction 

 Match:  SS-W vs MS-W Fantasy Team Prediction  
 Time:   14 October, 02:10 PM (IST)  

 Series::  Womens Big Bash League 2021   
 Venue:   Bellerive Oval, Hobart  

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 Recent Form: 

SS-W: 
W  L  W  L  L

MS-W: 
L  W  L  L  W


 Stats and Facts

Head-to-head: Matches 12
Sixers Won 5, Stars Won 6, No Result 1

 Info: 

  • The match will be played at The Blundstone Arena, Hobart. Typically the pace off bowlers have the most success on this pitch. Expect a total of around 140 to be a competitive total on this wicket.
  • Alyssa Healy hit over 400 runs in the tournament last year. We are backing her to be Sydney Sixers’ leading run scorer in this match.
  • Radha Yadav is an expert slow bowler in T20 cricket and we expect her to enjoy the pitch in Hobart. She is our tip for Sydney Sixers’ top wicket taker in this game.
  • With 491 runs at an average of 41.08 in the 2021-22 WBBL, our tip for Melbourne Stars’ highest run scorer is Meg Lanning.
 Toss Prediction
The toss is going to play an important in the result of each and every match of WBBL T20. According to our toss prediction, the team who will win the toss will elect to bat first as chasing had been difficult in most matches of WBBL.


 Weather & Pitch Report
β›… Weather:
Unfortunately, there is some rain forecast for afternoon and evening in Hobart. This could be a shortened match.
🏟️ Pitch:
Bellerive Oval played host to four WBBL matches in 2019. The average first innings score was 152 on a ground which was also good for batting in the men’s BBL last season. Expect a true surface here.

 Team NEWS: 

 SS-W Team News: 
Sydney Sixers Women won the WBBL title in 2017 and 2018 but have finished in 5th place in each of the last two seasons. In 2020 and 2021 the Sixers finished with 14 points, last year they missed out on 4th place and the play-offs by virtue of net-run-rate. Captain Ellyse Perry is joined in the Sixers squad by fellow Australian marquee players Ashleigh Gardner and wicket-keeper Alyssa Healy. They have only two overseas marquee players with Shafali Verma boosting the batting line-up and Radha Yadav adding left-arm spin to the bowling attack.

 MS-W Team News: 
Melbourne Stars Women finished top of the group stage last year but lost to Sydney Thunder in the final in North Sydney in November. Although there was disappointment in the camp, it was far and away their most successful campaign after previous finishes of 5th, 5th, 7th, 7th and 8th. Meg Lanning finished 2nd in the run scorers list with 491 runs, Nat Sciver took 19 wickets and was second only to Sammy-Jo Johnson. This year’s overseas marquee players are Maia Boucher (England), Linsey Smith (England) and Kim Garth (Ireland).
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 Sydney Sixers 

1 Alyssa Healy (wk)
2 Shafali Verma
3 Ellyse Perry
4 Ashleigh Gardner
5 Nicole Bolton
6 Angela Reakes
7 Maitlan Brown
8 Emma Hughes
9 Radha Yadav
10 Lauren Cheatle
11 Stella Campbell
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 Melbourner Stars 

1 Elyse Villian
2 Meg Lanning (c)
3 A Sutherland
4 Maia Bouchier
5 Erin Obsorne
6 Kim Garth
7 Maddy Darke
8 G Gall
9 Tess Flintoff
10 Nicole Faltum
11 Sophie Day

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! Match Finished. 

 SS-W Key Players: 

 Alyssa Healy: 

Alyssa Healy has an outstanding record vs Stars. She has smashed 394 runs in 10 innings at an average of 43.78 and strike rate of 164.85. However, she averages just 17 in 10 T20s at Hobart, so it will be interesting to see how she fares here.

 Shafali Verma: 

Can Shafali Verma make an immediate impact. The 17-year old from India has been outstanding in leading her teams to wins, averaging 36.15 and striking at 152.21 in 22 such matches. Interestingly, she averages just 9.81 in the 21 matches her team has lost.

 Ellyse Perry: 

Ellyse Perry may move down the order from her usual opening position. She has the most runs in Sixers-Stars matches, with 428 runs in 11 matches at an average of 61.14 and strike rate of 106.73. She will be aiming to come back from a quiet T20I series against India.

Perry’s 191 runs at Hobart come at an average of 63.67. Also, she has 10 wickets in as many matches on this ground in T20s.

 Ashleigh Gardner: 

Ashleigh Gardner has worked hard on her bowling in 2021, and it showed with her efforts against India (2/28, 1/12, 1/22). She also has a century against Melbourne Stars in T20 cricket (overall average of 27).

Punt Picks:
Eyes will be on Stella Campbell in WBBL 07. As one of the country’s up-and-coming pacers, Campbell will be looking to build on solid performances vs India in the tour match (3/38) and ODI (1/41).

 MS-W Key Players: 

 Annabel Sutherland: 

Given that the likes of Nat Sciver and Mignon du Preez are not longer available for the Stars, eyes will be on Annabel Sutherland who is expected to have greater responsibility with both bat and ball.

She has had limited opportunities vs Sixers to date (3 inns, 27 runs, avg. 27.00) and one wicket at an average of 53.00

 Meg Lanning: 

Meg Lanning has a key role to play. The skipper has a fine record for the Stars against the Sixers, with 247 runs in five matches at an average of 82.33 and strike rate of 121.08.

Also, Lanning loves batting at Hobart. She has scored 310 runs in nine matches on this ground at an average of 51.67 and strike rate of 121.57.

 Ellyse Villani: 

Ellyse Villani has scored 356 runs at an average of 32.26 in 12 matches against the Sixers. Also, Villani prefers to chase in T20s, averaging 36.61 in 119 such matches compared to 25.27 in 113 games batting first.

Punt Picks:
Maia Boucher was in some decent form in the recent Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy in England, striking scores of 30, 40 and 33 for the Vipers.

Tess Flintoff took 11 wickets in 14 matches in WBBL 06 at an average of 20. She has three wickets in as many matches vs Sixers (avg. 23.67). Sophie Day also took 11 wickets last season (avg. 21).

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 Team Forms: 

 SS-W Team Form: 
Sydney Sixers, despite possessing star-studded lineups, have missed the finals in the past two years. Two fifth-placed finishes is certainly not good enough for the Sixers, who now have Shafali Verma among the talented Australian core including Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner. So, a strong start can set the tone for a good campaign.

 MS-W Team Form: 
Melbourne Stars, last year’s finalists, will also be looking to make a mark early in the tournament. However, they will have to perform this season without magnificent talent in their ranks this time around. England stars Natalie Sciver and Katherine Brunt are unavailable to return this season, while South Africa Mignon du Preez has moved to Hobart and Australian leg-spinner Alana King is with the Scorchers. So, the onus will be on the Aussie core – particularly Meg Lanning and Annbel Sutherland – to lead the way.

 SQUAD: 
 Sydney Sixer Women: 

Ellyse Perry(c), Alyssa Healy(w), Shafali Verma, Nicole Bolton, Lauren Cheatle, Ashleigh Gardner, Radha Yadav, Angela Reakes, Erin Burns, Maitlan Brown, Stella Campbell, Emma Hughes, Matilda Lugg, Jade Allen, Claire Moore.

 Melbourne Stars Women: 

Meg Lanning(c), Nicole Faltum(w), Elyse Villani, Anna Lanning, Annabel Sutherland, Linsey Smith, Erin Osborne, Kim Garth, Maia Bouchier, Lucy Cripps, Tess Flintoff, Maddy Darke, Georgia Gall, Rhys McKenna.

Watch Team Guide Section for Stats & Player Forms etc

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+ Ground and Pitch info about

Bellerive Oval, Hobart.

 Last Women’s T20 Matches on this Ground: 

1. Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder
ADS 161-6 ST 161-6
Pacer – 8
Spinner – 4
Scores
BAT :
Sophie Devine – 88(56)
Rachel Priest – 48(20)
Naomi Stalenberg – 37(37)
Tahila McGrath – 32(38)
BOWL :
Amanda Wellington – 3/17(4)
Hannah Darlington – 3/29(4)
Megg Schutt – 2/38(4)
2. Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers
ADS 143-3 HB 141-7
Pacer – 5
Spinner – 4
Scores
BAT :
Suzi Bates – 64(54)
Chole Tryon – 44(22)*
Sophie Devine – 31(35)
BOWL :
Amanda Wellington – 3/23(4)
3. Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat
BH 157-9 HH 150-7
Pacer – 10
Spinner – 4
Scores
BAT :
Grace Harris – 43(27)
Erin Fazackerley – 35(21)
France Wilson – 32(36)
BOWL :
Belinda Vakarewa – 3/17(4)
Delissa Kimmince – 2/30(4)
Tayla Vlaeminck – 2/35(4)
Maisy Leigh Gibson – 2/33(4)
Amella Kerr – 2/16(4)
 

Total:
Pacer – 23
Spinner – 13

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Avg Score:
Batting 1st- 153
Batting 2nd- 151


 Players Form @ Bellerive Oval : 

 β€MS-W @Oval : 

Wicket Keeper :
Maddy Darke –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
Nicole Faltum –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
BATSMAN :
Meg Lanning (C) –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 9, Runs – 310, Avg – 51
H2H
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 8, Runs – 432, Avg – 72
Elyse Villani – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 8, Runs – 171, Avg – 34
H2H
BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 12, Runs – 356, Avg – 33
Anna Lanning –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 3, Runs – 11, Avg – 6
H2H
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 3, Runs – 26, Avg – 9
Maia Bouchier – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
ALL-ROUNDER :
Annabel Sutherland – Right Arm Medium
H2H
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Runs – 27, Avg – 27
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 1, Sr – 48
Kim Garth – Right Arm Medium
On the Ground
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 1, Sr – 6
H2H
BOWL – Over – 6, Wkt – 2, Sr – 18
Georgia Gall –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
Lucy Cripps –  Right Arm Medium
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
BOWLER :
Rhys McKenna –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
Erin Osborne – Right Arm off-Break
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 1, Sr – 90
H2H
BOWL – Over – 42, Wkt – 11, Sr – 22
Linsey Smith – Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Stats Found
Tess Flintoff – Right Arm Medium
H2H
BOWL – Over – 7, Wkt – 3, Sr – 14

 β€SS-W @Bellevire: 

Wicket Keeper :
Alyssa Healy (WK) –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 9, Runs – 121, Avg – 18
H2H
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 10, Runs – 394, Avg – 44
Matilda Lugg –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found
BATSMAN :
Shafali Verma –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found
Erin Burns – Right Arm off-Break
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 28, Innings – 28, Runs – 723, Avg – 28
BOWL – Over – 50, Wkt – 16, Sr – 20
H2H
BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 10, Runs – 120, Avg – 15
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 1, Sr – 48
Angela Reakes – Legbreak Googly
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 1, Runs – 4, Avg – 4
BOWL – Over – 7, Wkt – 0
H2H
BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 6, Runs – 77, Avg – 20
BOWL – Over – 3, Wkt – 0
Claire Moore –
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found
ALL-ROUNDER :
Nicole Bolton – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Runs – 75, Avg – 25
BOWL – Over – 9, Wkt – 4, Sr – 13
H2H
BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 11, Runs – 185, Avg – 18
BOWL – Over – 10, Wkt – 3, Sr – 20
Ashleigh Gardner – Right Arm off-Break
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 79, Avg – 79
BOWL – Over – 4, Wkt – 0
H2H
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 9, Runs – 243, Avg – 27
BOWL – Over – 18, Wkt – 3, Sr – 36
Ellyse Perry (C) – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 5, Runs – 191, Avg – 63
BOWL – Over – 32, Wkt – 10, Sr – 20
H2H
BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 11, Runs – 428, Avg – 61
BOWL – Over – 27, Wkt – 3, Sr – 54
BOWLER :
Hayley Silver Holmes –  Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 0
H2H
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 0
Jade Allen – Right Arm Legbreak
17 year old Spinn Bowler, No Scorecard found.
Lauren Cheatle – Left Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 9, Wkt – 2, Sr – 27
H2H
BOWL – Over – 16, Wkt – 1, Sr – 96
Maitlan Brown – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 5, Wkt – 3, Sr – 10
H2H
BOWL – Over – 30, Wkt – 5, Sr – 36
Radha Yadav – Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found
Stella Campbell – Right Arm Fast Medium
H2H
BOWL – Over – 3, Wkt – 1, Sr – 18
Emma Hughes – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found

 Players Form: 

 Melbourne Stars Women 


Wicket Keeper :
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Maddy Darke –
5dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 4dwn
1(1), DNB, 4(7), 0(3)
BAT – Match – 13, Innings – 7, Runs – 22, Avg – 4

Nicole Faltum –
9dwn, DNB, DNB
3(7), DNB, DNB
BAT – Match – 41, Innings – 15, Runs – 95, Avg – 10

BATSMAN :

Meg Lanning (C) –
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
14(14), 16(20), 0(2)*, 27(25)

Elyse Villani – Right Arm Medium
Open, Open, Open, Open
1(11), 18(10), 45(28), 24(27)

Anna Lanning –
DNB, 3dwn, 4dwn, Open
DNB, 1(5), 7(4), 16(18)
BAT – Match – 68, Innings – 45, Runs – 604, Avg – 17

Maia Bouchier – Right Arm Medium
4dwn, 4dwn, Open, 3dwn
1(2), 25(24), 13(11), 7(9)
BAT – Match – 74, Innings – 68, Runs – 905, Avg – 17
BOWL – Over – 35, Wkt – 12, Sr – 17


ALL-ROUNDER :

Annabel Sutherland – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn
DNB, 20(20), 30(26)*, 0(0)*
1/13(3), DNB, DNB, 0/11(1)

Kim Garth – Right Arm Medium
5dwn, 1dwn, 7dwn, DNB
2(3), 2(4), 5(2), DNB
1/33(4), 0/17(2), 1/14(2), 0/21(2)
BAT – Match – 125, Innings – 90, Runs – 1437, Avg – 26
BOWL – Over – 379, Wkt – 116, Sr – 20

Georgia Gall –
No Stats Available

Lucy Cripps –  Right Arm Medium
LA
4dwn, 6dwn, 6dwn, 6dwn
7(6), 31(43)*, 29(46), 8(17)
DNB, DNB, 2/25(2), DNB
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 75, Avg – 25
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 2, Sr – 6


BOWLER :

Rhys McKenna –
No Stats Available

Erin Osborne – Right Arm off-Break
0/10(1), 0/24(4), DNB, 1/20(4)
BOWL – Over – 665, Wkt – 173, Sr – 23

Linsey Smith – Left Arm Orthodox
1/29(4), 2/18(4), 2/12(4), 2/18(4)
BOWL – Over – 362, Wkt – 106, Sr – 20

Tess Flintoff – Right Arm Medium
1/6(1), 0/11(1), 3/32(3), 3/13(3),
BOWL – Over – 51, Wkt – 13, Sr – 24

 β€Sydney Sixers Women 

Wicket Keeper :
Alyssa Healy (WK) –
Open, Open, Open, Open
4(8), 4(2), 8(14), 4(11)
Matilda Lugg –
Open, Open, Open, 3dwn
1(5), 29(27), 26(34), 26(18)
2/14(3), DNB, DNB, DNB
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 110, Avg – 22
BATSMAN :
Shafali Verma –
Open, Open, Open, Open
1(3), 3(7), 18(14), 8(3)
Erin Burns – Right Arm off-Break
2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, DNB
23(22), 28(22)*, 38(26), DNB
1/23(15), 1/21(20), 1/15(15), 1/19(20)
(Bowls in Brackets)
Angela Reakes – Legbreak Googly
4dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn
21(12), 0(0), 4(7), 24(28)*
BAT – Match – 143, Innings – 64, Runs – 120, Avg – 15
BOWL – Over – 179, Wkt – 51, Sr – 21
Claire Moore –
No Scorecard found
ALL-ROUNDER :
Nicole Bolton – Right Arm Medium
4dwn, 3dwn, DNB, 3dwn
32(25), 17(15), DNB, 6(7)
DNB, 0/34(3), 1/23(3), 0/18(3)
Ashleigh Gardner – Right Arm off-Break
2dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn
1(5), 1(5), DNB, 3(3)
1/22(4), 1/12(4), 2/28(3), DNB
Ellyse Perry (C) – Right Arm Medium
3dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 4dwn
8(11), 2(4), DNB, 2(2),
DNB, 0/17(2), 0/3(1), 1/8(2)
BOWLER :
Hayley Silver Holmes –  Right Arm Medium
DNB, 1/23(3), 2/26(3), 0/16(2),
BOWL – Over – 44, Wkt – 13, Sr – 21
Jade Allen – Right Arm Legbreak
17 year old Spinn Bowler, No Scorecard found.
Lauren Cheatle – Left Arm Fast Medium
0/19(4), 0/17(2), 0/7(1), 1/9(2)
BOWL – Over – 152, Wkt – 42, Sr – 27
Maitlan Brown – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 0/19(3), 0/8(3), 0/18(3)
BOWL – Over – 187, Wkt – 50, Sr – 22
Radha Yadav – Left Arm Orthodox
0/37(4), 0/17(2), 1/33(3), 1/24(4)
Stella Campbell – Right Arm Fast Medium
0/16(2), 1/10(1), 1/17(2), 0/30(3)
BOWL – Over – 50, Wkt – 15, Sr – 30
Emma Hughes – Right Arm Medium
2/12(2)
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 1, Sr – 12

Watch Final Team Section for Our GL & SL Final Team


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 ! Match Finished. 

Toss: 

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Guide:

Apply below strategies to make your best dream team after the toss
1 Select small league team and rotate or change C/VC, also pick 1 punt player in place of player which you think will not perform
2 for more Grand League Combinations Make One sided winning combination for both side team – as per toss and pitch info.


 Make necessary changes if any player absent 

*Above GL Team Guide Images for Guide only. 
*You can make necessary changes as per your choice. 
*Above Team maybe Highly risky so play at your own risk. 
*for final team check here in the last 15mins of the match deadline. 

*You can also make some other combination by changing 1-2 players with help of Team Guide.

Best of Luck.

 Disclaimer: > Fantasy Cricket is a game of skill and luck is also very much important to win the grand league in dream11 or any other fantasy cricket leagues. We have covered the skill part.


> We have mentioned the expected playing 11 as per our cricket knowledge. You can change the fantasy team once the playing 11 is out.

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