PS-W vs ST-W Dream11 : The two sides square off against each other in successive matches in what promises to be a riveting affair
Familiar faces with eh two sides meeting each other the last time either side had stepped out onto the field in the dramatic land of the Women’s Big Bash League, both Perth Scorchers and Sydney Thunder make an advent into today’s encounter well versed with each other. It’s this discourse which adds to the intrigue of today’s upcoming contest, a match which sees this ingredient add to the spice of what is set to be a resounding affair.
Perth Scorchers had ended up triumphing in what was a closely contested affair the last time these two sides had taken on each other with the barest of margins seeing them hang onto the full points by 7 runs. Making 151, the side put in an impeccable and astute display with ball to bundle out their opponents for 144 and more importantly amass an extremely critical win as they look to embark towards a place in the upper side of the league standings.
The win saw them move to eight points from seven matches with the four wins and three defeats, placing four teams on eight points in the league as things stand. Elsewhere, despite the defeat, Sydney Thunders managed to retain their place in the annuls of the league standings with the side just the singular point ahead of Perth Scorchers but one which takes them into second place.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A relatively favourable wicket for the batters, the bat comes nicely onto the bat, allowing the batters to open their arms with ease and amass a slew of runs. Hitting the ball in the middle is easy once you’ve settled into your grove with the side winning the toss set to come out and bat first today before the spinners come into effect in the second half.
Probable Playing 11
Meg Lanning (C), Amy Jones, Nicole Bolton, Natalie Sciver, Kim Garth, Georgia Redmayne, Heather Graham, Chloe Piparo, Jemma Barsby, Taneale Peschel, Samantha Betts
Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Priest (WK), Rachael Haynes (C), Tahlia Wilson, Alex Blackwell, Nida Dar, Hannah Darlington, Rene Farrell, Rachel Trenaman, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates
Women’s Big Bash League 2019
Match: Perth Scorchers Vs Sydney Thunder
Date And Time: 12th November, Tuesday- 3:00pm IST
Venue: W.A.C.A Ground, Perth
Where To Watch: Kayo, CA Live, FanCode
- Meg Lanning, Amy Jones, Natalie Sciver, Samantha Betts
- Rachel Priest, Rachael Haynes, Tahlia Wilson, Shabnim Ismail
Top 4 Batting Order
- Meg Lanning, Amy Jones, Nicole Bolton, Natalie Sciver
- Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Priest, Rachael Haynes, Tahlia Wilson
- Meg Lanning, Natalie Sciver
- Rachel Priest, Rachael Haynes
Death Overs Bowlers
- Jemma Barsby, Samantha Betts
- Rachel Trenaman, Shabnim Ismail
PS-W vs ST-W Dream11 Picks
We are bringing in the one wicket-keeper from either side, names who are the focal point of their side’s batting unit. We begin with Amy Jones from Perth Scorchers while from Sydney Thunder we are moving in with Rachel Priest, two players whose batting styles emanate each other, seeing both of them being sharp and clean hitters of the ball to thrive on the powerplay overs.
Sydney Thunders will have Tahlia Wilson represent them as well for this clash with the number three bat top scoring for her side the last time these two met with a tantalising display of 47.
Someone who provided her the pinch perfect assistance in that clash was Alex Blackwell with the player scoring 29 runs to hold fort from one end while Tahlia Wilson went all out at the other end. The two raked up a 57 run partnership in that for the second wicket, a stand which brought ther side close to a win and kept them alive in the tie till the culminating clash.
From the opposition meanwhile we are opting for opener meg Lanning with her enjoying a massively successful 2019 with significant and note worthy displays for Australia in 2019 alongside Nicole Bolton.
Both our players have been picked up from Perth Scorchers for today’s impending tie with us brining in the daunting partnership of Natalie Sciver and Heather Graham. If it hadn’t been for Heather’s late surge in the last match, one where she piled on 33 runs in just 20 balls in the death overs, her side would have been left yearning for a win, making the all-rounder an instant pick for us.
Elsewhere, Natalie Sciver needed just 22 balls to score 37 runs and with her being an imperious performer with the ball as well, the player comes bearing with her the identity of the ideal all-rounder we go scouring for in every match.
Her 2-20 in the last match was a match winning spell, one which saw her bowl a restrictive brand of bowling to make Taneale Peschel our long choice form Perth Scorchers for this tie. From the opposition we are picking up new ball bowler and death overs operator, Rene Farrell along with Samantha Bates for the tie to bring an end to our Dream 11 proceedings for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Sciver has been selected to lead our side out for this one with Graham from the same unit coming in as the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.