Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Stars will play their 32nd Women’s Big Bash League 2023 match on Friday at the North Sydney Oval in Sydney.
Sydney Thunder, who have won five of their last seven games, are in fantastic form and currently sit second in the standings. They didn’t bowl a delivery in their last encounter against the Hobart Hurricanes, which was abandoned.
Melbourne Stars, on the other hand, are having a difficult season. They lost by four runs against Sydney Sixers in their most recent game, marking their sixth loss overall. They are eighth in the standings with two victories.
The seven-time World Cup champion and captain of the Melbourne Stars, Meg Lanning, declared her retirement from international cricket on Thursday. She may be leaving the international scene, but she won’t be able to stop leading in domestic cricket.
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Match Details
Date and Time: November 10, 2023, Friday, 9:30 AM IST
Venue: North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Live Streaming: Star Sports Network and FanCode
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Pitch Report
Hitters have benefited from high-scoring games played at the North Sydney Oval. Bowlers must focus on delivering accurate lengths and lines.
The side batting first has triumphed four times in the previous five games. A first-inning score of about 190 is typical.
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Weather Report
At North Sydney Oval, we expect a nice Friday afternoon with a temperature of 24°C. There’s a 20% probability of precipitation and a 64% likelihood of humidity.
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Probable Playing Xl
Sydney Thunder: Chamari Athapaththu, Tahlia Wilson(w), Phoebe Litchfield, Heather Knight(c), Marizanne Kapp, Anika Learoyd, Claire Moore, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Hannah Darlington, Lauren Smith, Samantha Bates
Melbourne Stars: Meg Lanning (c), Sophia Dunkley, Alice Capsey, Annabel Sutherland, Maia Bouchier, Nicole Faltum (wk), Kim Garth, Sasha Moloney, Rhys McKenna, Sophie Day, Milly Illingworth
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Head-to-Head Records
Sydney Thunder’s record against Melbourne Stars is 69.23%. Anticipate the Thunder to complete a doubleheader as they defeated the Stars by nine wickets before.
Prediction: Sydney Thunder to win the match.
Women’s Big Bash League 2023, Match 32, Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars – Dream 11 Prediction
Wicketkeepers: Nicole Faltum, Tahlia Wilson
Batters: Meg Lanning, Heather Knight, Maia Bouchier, Phoebe Litchfield
All-rounders: Chamari Athapaththu (VC), Annabel Sutherland (C), Alice Capsey
Bowlers: Hannah Darlington, Sophie Day