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|Sammy Jo Johnson||30||13||1||4||230.77|
|Sammy Jo Johnson||4.0||0||29||1||7.25|
The rain continued to have an impact in the Women's Big Bash League as the match between Sydney Sixers and Adelaide Strikers was cut short due to rain before the Sixers marked their dominance with a dominating win. Coincidentally, the first match of Sixers which was scheduled to be played against the Thunders was washed out due to rain.
Sydney Thunder, on the other hand, continued to be winless as their second match too was abandoned without any ball bowled. Thunder will now be looking for a win in their next match, which they are set to play against Adelaide Strikers. The match is to be played at Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney, on 31st October 2020.
Sydney Thunder is perhaps the youngest team in the entire competition. They have as many as eight players aged 20 or less and include two of the most popular youngsters from the Australian Cricket team. Their coach, Trevor Griffin, has already made it clear that Thunder will adopt a fearless approach in this season and that is also apparent by the squad he has at his disposal.
While Thunder will be a tad disappointed that they are yet to go out there and play, a couple of washouts has actually put them in a pretty strong position. Their first two matches were against the two stronger teams in the competition and with two points already against their name, the Thunder will be more confident to face Strikers in the upcoming encounter.
Sydney Thunder may be pretty rich in talented youngsters, but it is rich in experience as well. With the likes of Rachel Haynes, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, and Sammy Jo Johnson, the Thunder have a terrific top-order. Having said that, they lack experience in their lower middle-order and that can come into the picture in crunch contests. With Hannah Darlington, Shabnim Ismail, and Lauren Smith, their bowling seems to be in pretty good hands.
Thunder finished at the sixth spot last year and have all the ingredients to improve their standings this time around. They are a bit over-reliant on their experienced players, but if they deliver, there are not many teams that will be able to stop Thunder.
Rachael Haynes, Sam Bates, Tammy Beaumont, Hannah Darlington, Shabnim Ismail, Sammy Jo Johnson, Heather Knight, Phoebe Litchfield, Lauren Smith, Rachel Trenaman, Tahlia Wilson.
Adelaide finished as runners-up last year but will be pretty disappointed with the start they've had in the tournament so far. In the two matches gone so far, they've won one and lost one and are consequently placed at the third spot on the ladder. While they are still in a pretty good position, the deflating defeat that they faced in their recent match would be stinging them.
After defeating Hobart Hurricanes in the first match, the Strikers suffered a massive defeat at the hands of Sixers in a rain-affected encounter. The Strikers never looked in control and kept losing wickets at regular intervals before finishing with a total of 68 for 7 in nine overs. Tahlia McGrath, Laura Wolvaardt, Amanda Jade Wellington, and Madeline Penna all failed at the top as the Strikers were reduced to 14 for 4. Thanks to a brilliant knock by Bridget Patterson, who scored 28 off 14, the Strikers posted a fighting total, but that proved to be a little too low for the Sixers.
There wasn't a lot that the Strikers' bowlers could have done, even though the surface had some juice in it. Megan Schutt and Darcie Brown bowled well at the top, but once Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry got set, the bowlers couldn't really impose themselves. On paper, the Strikers have a decent bowling attack and they showed that against the Hurricanes. The Strikers will be hoping that their batsmen and bowlers get back to the form they started the tournament with and if they are able to do that, Thunder will have their work cut out.
T McGrath, Katie Mack, Laura Wolvaardt, B Patterson, Stafanie Taylor, Amanda Wellington, Maddie Penna, T McPharlin, S Coyte, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown.
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There's nothing to separate the two sides on the basis of performance as Thunder haven't had a chance to showcase their skills in the tournament so far. The Strikers have had an on-off kind of tournament and will be looking to get back to their best in the upcoming match. Given the intent their batsmen showed in the previous match, it would be fair to say that they lost quick wickets largely because of the weather. While Strikers have already scored a win in the tournament, Thunder will still be searching for one. On paper, Syndey Thunder have a more power-packed batting unit between the two sides. For that reason, we expect them to emerge on top in this upcoming encounter.
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