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Online Cricket Betting – Free Tips | WBBL 2020, Match 48: Sydney Thunder Women vs Sydney Sixers Women

On Tuesday, when Sydney Thunder Women and Sydney Sixers Women face each other, the results of the match will be of great significance in terms of the effect on the dynamics of the points table. Both of these teams are positioned far apart in the table, and any changes in their position will have a substantial effect on the other teams’ standings in the tournament.

At the moment, the Sydney Thunder Women are put in 4th position in the table, with 5 wins and 4 defeats under their belt in the 11 matches so far with no result for the rest of the games. At the same time, the Sydney Sixers Women are ranked well below their rivals, having won 4 and lost 5 games at the 6th position in the points table. This match will decide a lot, so seeing how it unfolds will be fascinating.


A full cricket match is expected as the weather in Sydney is forecast to be clear, with the risk of precipitation being 0%. The temperature will be between 21 and 23 degrees Celsius.



At this place, this is the second WBBL game, and the pitch should favour the spinners. On both sides, the power play overs will be critical, and against the new ball, run-scoring could be relatively more comfortable.


For the pacers, there may be some swing on offer, who should also get the ball to skid under the lights. During the WBBL game, the pitch is not expected to change much, which could cause both captains will choose to bat first if they win the toss.


Playing XIs:

Sydney Thunder Women:

Rachael Haynes (c), Tahlia Wilson (wk), Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Phoebe Litchfield, Rachel Trenaman, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Hannah Darlington, Lauren Smith, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates


Sydney Sixers Women:

Ellyse Perry (c), Alyssa Healy (wk), Marizanne Kapp, Erin Burns, Dane van Niekerk, Angela Reakes, Lisa Griffith, Jodie Hicks, Sarah Aley, Stella Campbell, Ashleigh Gardner


Sydney Thunder Women vs Sydney Sixers Women Dream 11:

Sammy-Jo Johnson (c), Alyssa Healey (wk), Erin Burns, Rachel Ternaman, Tammy Beaumont, Marizanne Kapp, Elysse Perry, Heather Knight, Hannah Darlington, Samantha Bates, Stella Campbell


Although both teams have not been at their best in the last few games, in the previous match against the Melbourne Renegades, the Sydney Thunder looked fine. Besides that, the Sydney Sixers are overly focused on Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy. They won’t win a lot of matches unless or until they start scoring runs collectively. The Sydney Thunders are favourites to win this match. Let’s bet on now!

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