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The WBBL league table is very close right now since a lot of the matches have been rained-out and so every team gets one point each. The few results that have been possible have given us a good look at the form of each side, though. This next contest is between the Perth Scorchers and Sydney Thunder.
Sydney Thunder occupies the top spot in the rankings right now after some excellent batting from its international stars. The Scorchers have had a mixed-start but a win in its most recent game should help get it underway.
Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers WBBL 2020 is going to be played at the Blacktown International Sportspark, Sydney on the 4th of November 2020.
Sydney Thunder has been flexing its batting muscles in the WBBL and as a result, won both of its completed games so far. They are going to be up against a potentially stronger opponent as they take on the Perth Scorchers and will have to be at their best.
Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight are the two international betters in the side that are making a difference. Knight has already set the WBBL alight with 83 from 39 balls in the first match and we think Beaumont is going to join the party soon.
Sammy-Jo Johnson smashed 30 from just 13 deliveries in the first match as she was sent up the order at 3. That is a ploy that Sydney Thunder could use more often to just provide some momentum into the inning.
It is not going to come off every time but when it does, it will probably help them win the match.
With Rachel Haynes and Phoebe Litchfield in the lineup as well, Sydney Thunder has a lot of batting firepower at its disposal.
The bowling for Sydney Thunder is very strong as well. Shabnim Ismail and Sammy-Jo Johnson provide two world-class fast-bowling options. Samantha Bates, Heather Knight, and Lauren Smith are all international-quality bowlers as well making the Sydney Thunder lineup very well-rounded.
Beth Mooney, Sophie Devine, Megan Banting, Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Chloe Piparo, Lauren Down, Sarah Glenn, Jemma Barsby, Piepa Cleary, Taneale Peschel.
An expensive off-season has seen the Perth Scorchers add some real quality to their lineup. They started a bit slow with a loss to Brisbane Heat but then come back strongly against the Melbourne Renegades. Of course, the Renegades are one of the weakest teams this season of the WBBL so that result must be taken in the proper context.
The Perth Scorchers have two of the biggest WBBL superstars headlining their side. We are talking about Beth Mooney and Sophie Devine, of course. These two have the ability to bat out teams on their own with remarkable consistency.
If one or both of them can get into prime form, stopping the Perth Scorchers is not going to be easy.
The batting talent does not end there either. Amy Ellen Jones, Nicole Bolton, and Heather Graham are all excellent batters. Their presence is going to allow Mooney and Devine to play in a free and unrestrained manner.
The bowling is a bit more of a concern for the Perth Scorchers, though. Sarah Glen is a promising leg-spinner that is going to attract a lot of attention but the bulk of the work is going to have to be done by the all-rounders. Sophie Devine, Nicole Bolton, and Heather Graham are all going to have to play a major part in the bowling throughout this edition of the WBBL.
A bit more depth in this area could have benefitted the Perth Scorchers.
Rachel Trenaman, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes, Phoebe Litchfield, Sammy Jo Johnson, Tahlia Wilson, Lauren Smith, kate Peterson, Shabnim Ismail, Sam Bates.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first. That has been how most of the teams have been successful so far. Also, the poor weather around Sydney is a big factor here as well since DLS calculations favor the chasing sides.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
The weather in Sydney has been pretty good for the last few days. The forecast for this match is also good although the rain is once again expected to make an appearance this weekend. The pitch at Blacktown Sportspark is a bit on the slower side but that has been the norm this season.
The par score seems to be around 140 although these are two strong batting sides going up against each other. We could see 150 plus total in both innings.
We think the Perth Scorchers are the team to back in this contest. The class of Beth Mooney and Sophie Devine is just too difficult to ignore. They showed good form in the previous match they played and we think they are going to lead their side to victory once more.
Bet on the Perth Scorchers to win.
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