AS-W vs HB-W, Rebel WBBL
Hurstville Oval, Sydney, Sydney
Sunday, October 25, 2020 05:00 AM
Rebel WBBL 2020 will start from 25 October. The sixth edition of Women Big Bash will witness 59 matches played in a bio-secure hub in Sydney. The tournament will be followed by KFC Big Bash League.
The 2nd match of the 2020 Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) will be played between Adelaide Strikers Women and Hobart Hurricanes Women at the Hurstville Oval in Sydney
Adelaide Strikers Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Dream11 Preview
Adelaide Strikers are among the outsiders this time out after seeing star all-rounder Sophie Devine leave for Perth Scorchers.
Devine was in sublime form in 2019 and her absence will be a big loss, despite Stafanie Taylor – who suffered a knee injury last season – returning to Adelaide for a full season this time.
Suzie Bates leads the team and Laura Wolvaardt is their third overseas player, while Megan Schutt remains a key bowler too.
But without Devine’s star quality, they look outsiders to even reach the play-offs this time around.
Who will win the match
HB-W will win the match
AS-W Vs HH-W 2nd Match Pitch Report:
A decent batting track is on offer with 130 being a competitive target. The new ball bowlers will get some help early on with the spinners also getting some turn as well. Teams will look to chase here upon winning the toss.
Adelaide Strikers Women (AS-W) – Key Players
Tegan McPharlin (WK)
Hobart Hurricanes Women (HB-W) – Key Players
Rachel Priest (WK)
AS-W vs HB-W – Team Squad
Adelaide Strikers Women (AS-W): Suzie Bates, Sarah Coyte, Megan Schutt, Tegan McPharlin, Alex Price, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Tahlia McGrath, Ellie Falconer, Annie O’Neil, Darice Brown, Katie Mack, Bridget Patterson, Stafanie Taylor, Madeline Penna, Laura Wolvaardt
Hobart Hurricanes Women (HB-W): Hayley Matthews, Rachel Priest, Chloe Tryon, Corinne Hall, Nicola Carey, Sasha Maloney, Brooke Hepburn, Belinda Vakarewa, Erica Kershaw, Naomi Stalenberg, Emma Thompson, Hayley Jensen, Chloe Rafferty, Amy Smith