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Women's Big Bash League started off on an exciting note, but rain on the second day of the tournament hampered the progress. As there have been quite a few washouts, the points table is still pretty balanced. We are likely to see a lot of ups and downs on the ladder in the coming days as the result of each match will likely shift the teams up or down.
Melbourne Renegades and Perth Scorchers are set to meet up next in the competition in a match that will hold high importance for both sides. Renegades' both matches were washed out due to rain and they'll be desperate to get out there and add two points against their name. Scorchers, on the other hand, have already lost a match and will be keen to get back to the winning ways. The match is to be played at Drummoyne Oval, Sydney, on 31st October 2020.
Melbourne Renegades had a reasonably good season last year as they bowed out of the competition after making it to the knockouts. It will be a lot more challenging this time to achieve a similar feat as they'll be without their last summer's leading run-scorer. Having said that, they have been pretty consistent over the last couple of years and know how to win.
Apart from the absence of Jess Duffin, the injury to Lea Tahuhu is also of massive concern for the management. Tahuhu is one of the most experienced bowlers in world cricket and her bowling could have come in handy for the Renegades. Her availability for the upcoming match is still unclear.
On paper, Melbourne Renegades still have a decent squad. In fact, they have one of the best bench strength in the competition and while the two players they are missing cannot be replaced, the Renegades have pretty good replacements available. With the likes of Sophie Molineux, Amy Satterthwaite, and Lizelle Lee available at the top, Renegades have a terrific top order. The players have experience of playing across the globe and that is likely to come in handy in this shortest format of the game. Besides, thanks to the presence of versatile all-rounders, the Renegades bat pretty deep and that could prove to be a crucial factor in crunch moments.
Even without Tahuhu, Renegades seem to be having a decent bowling unit. Georgia Wareham and Molly Strano will lead their bowling unit and the likes of Carly Leeson, Maitlan Brown, and Sophie Molineux will be there to assist their most experienced bowlers. All in all, the Renegades have a decent side and we all might be in for pleasant surprises from them in the upcoming fixture.
Lizelle Lee, Josie Dooley, Amy Satterthwaite, Erin Fazackerley, Courtney Webb, Sophie Molineux, Maitlan Brown, Georgia Wareham, Courtney Neale, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano.
Perth Scorchers are coming off a massive loss and are consequently sitting at the seventh spot on the points table. Having said that, these are early days in the competition and it all can change pretty quickly should they manage to get a couple of results to go their way.
Perth Scorchers perhaps had their most difficult assignment of the season lineup-up first up as they faced Brisbane Heat in their opening encounter. Batting first on a decent surface, the Scorchers managed to put up a just-par total on the board. The total was eventually chased by the Heat with considerable ease as they won the match with seven wickets and three overs to spare.
While there wasn't much that Scorchers did wrong in that match, they were clearly outplayed. They lacked intent at the top and the loss of early wickets didn't really help their cause either. Beth Mooney top-scored for them with a 33-ball 37. There weren't much the bowlers could have done to keep Brisbane Heat from chasing the total, but Heather Graham and Piepa Cleary bowled well. Had they had some support from the other bowlers, the Scorchers would have been in the business.
On paper, Perth Scorchers are certainly one of the better-equipped sides of the tournament. They have an excellent amalgamation of youth and exuberance in their lineup. Given the sheer firepower, they have in their top-order, getting past them will not be an easy task in the coming matches.
Amy Ellen Jones, Megan Banting, Beth Mooney, Chloe Piparo, Sophie Devine, Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Sarah Glenn, Taneale Peschel, Piepa Cleary, Jemma Barsby.
Check out the Dream11 fantasy team lineup for the 10th Women's Big Bash League 2020 match, which is to be played between Melbourne Renegades Women and Perth Scorchers Women. Don't forget to check back the latest updated team lineup right after the toss.
These are early days in the tournament and most of the players are participating in the competitive fixtures after a long time. Perth Scorchers appeared a bit rusty in their first match and we expect that to happen with Renegades as well. Scorchers, on the other hand, will now be better acquainted with the conditions and are likely to put up a better performance in the upcoming contest. Also, they have an overall better side between the two teams, at least on paper, and are, therefore, our pick as the winners in the upcoming match.
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