WBBL 2020-21 ST-W vs HB-W Dream11 Prediction: In the 53rd match of Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL 2020), Sydney Thunder Women will lock horns with Hobart Hurricanes Women in tomorrow's WBBL match at the Drummoyne Oval, Sydney. The match is scheduled to start at 09:30 AM Local Time (04:00 AM IST) and it will be streamed live on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. Here is a look at our ST-W vs HB-W Dream11 prediction, playing 11 updates, key players, and live-streaming details as described below.
As Sydney Thunder Women have a dream run thus far in the ongoing competition and one more win could get Rachael Haynes and Co much closer to qualifying for the next round. On the other hand, the HB-W had already out of the tournament, so Corinne Hall-led side will play for their pride against in-form Sydney Thunders in tomorrow's WBBL Match 53 at Sydney.
Meanwhile, Sydney Thunder Women are in third place in the standings with 14 points to their name in 13 matches and a win will put them in the top 2. On the other hand, Hobart Hurricanes Women have just managed to win three from 12 matches that have been played so far and languishing at the bottom-place in the standings.
When these two teams faced each other last time early in the tournament, it was Sydney Thunder Women who hold their nerves in an exciting nail-biter and won the match by a solitary run in the end.
Batsmen - Rachel Trenaman, Rachael Haynes, Naomi Stalenberg
Keeper - Rachel Priest(VC)
All-Rounders - Nicola Carey, Heather Knight(C), Sammy-Jo Johnson
Bowlers - Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates, Belinda Vakarewa and Amy Smith
Heather Knight, Nicola Carey, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Rachael Haynes, and Hannah Darlington
Sydney's pitch will be well-balanced, with an equal amount of help coming in for both the batsmen and the bowlers. We can expect a nail-biter between the bat and the ball. The Average score at this venue will be around 140-150 runs.
A full-length match is very much on the cards for Sunday as the sky is expected to be partly cloudy, with just a mere chance of rainfall. The temperature will be around 21 degrees Celsius.
Sydney Thunder Women: Tammy Beaumont, Rachel Trenaman, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes(C), Phoebe Litchfield, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Tahlia Wilson(WK), Hannah Darlington, Lauren Smith, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates
Hobart Hurricanes Women: Nicola Carey, Corinne Hall(C), Rachel Priest(WK), Chloe Tryon, Naomi Stalenberg, Hayley Jensen, Sasha Moloney, Amy Smith, Emma Thompson, Chloe Rafferty, Belinda Vakarewa
Sydney Thunder Women who has been in peak form thus far and languishing at the top-four, are the clear favorites for this epic thriller that has been played tomorrow against Hobart Hurricane Women in Sydney. But the bottom-placed HB-W side will try to finish the season on a high note, so ST-W must beware of them.