PS-W vs MS-W Dream11 Prediction of 39th Match: WBBL 2019
PS-W vs MS-W Dream11 Prediction, Preview and Probable Playing XI of the 39th Match of WBBL 2019. Melbourne Stars Women will take on Perth Scorchers Women in the thirty-ninth encounters of Women Big Bash League 2019 at Junction Oval in Melbourne.
Perth Scorchers Women are fifth on the points table with five wins and four losses. Their three-match winning streak came to an end in the last encounter where they lost to Brisbane Heat Women by 8 wickets. Batting first, Scorchers could only score 112 runs with the help of 26-runs knock from Sciver and crucial contributions from Piparo and Barsby. In defense, Natalie Sciver bowled exceedingly well taking one scalp but was not enough to prevent Heat from a comprehensive victory. A unison effort will be expected from all players tomorrow to defeat Stars.
Melbourne Stars Women are having a horrible season getting only one victory in nine encounters. They are already knocked out of the season but will be eager to give some joy to the fans in the remaining five matches. In the last match, they lost to Adelaide Strikers by 57 runs. Bowling first, Holly Ferling and Alana King took one scalp each in otherwise poor bowling effort to restrict Strikers at 153. Chasing the target, Stars top order collapsed and was limping on 20/3. However, Pace bowler Nicole Hancock scored good cameo of 26* runs to take the team to a total of 96 runs. They will hope to bounce back tomorrow and put a good show against all-around Perth Scorchers.
When and Where
PS-W vs MS-W, 39th Match, Women Big Bash League 2019.
Junction Oval, Melbourne.
08:30 AM, 20th November 2019.
A good track can be expected with significant support to batsmen like in the last match at this venue where a total of 333 runs were scored on a loss of only five wickets.
Batsmen from both sides will fancy the conditions while bowlers will struggle to get some wickets.
Meg Lanning (c), Jemma Barsby, Samantha Betts, Nicole Bolton, Kim Garth, Heather Graham, Amy Jones, Emma King, Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo, Georgia Redmayne, Natalie Sciver, Kath Hempenstall.
Elyse Villani, Mignon du Preez, Nicole Faltum, Tess Flintoff, Nicola Hancock, Lizelle Lee, Katey Martin, Erin Osborne, Madeline Penna, Holly Ferling, Lucy Cripps, Alana King, Annabel Sutherland.
Perth Scorchers Women:
- An unchanged squad has been declared and no changes are expected in the playing XI.
Melbourne Stars Women:
- They have made one change in the squad with Lucy Cripps coming in for Kristen Beams.
- Tess Flintoff is likely to come in the XI for Beams.
Probable Playing XI
Amy Jones (wk), Meg Lanning (c), Georgia Redmayne, Natalie Sciver, Nicole Bolton, Chloe Piparo, Heather Graham, Kim Garth, Jemma Barsby, Tanaele Peschel, Samantha Betts.
Lizelle Lee, Elyse Villani (c), Mignon du Preez, Annabel Sutherland, Erin Osborne, Katey Martin (WK), Tess Flintoff/Lucy Cripps, Alana King, Madeline Penna, Nicola Hancock, Holly Ferling.
Top picks for PS-W vs MS-W Dream11
Perth Scorchers Women:
Meg Lanning: Skipper Lanning is one of the finest women cricketers and is a consistent performer with bat. She will open the innings and can anchor big innings. Her recent form is also very good and has scored 241 runs this season at an average of 30.
Amy Jones: She is a good batswoman and can play spin better as compared to pace. She has scored 264 runs in 9 matches at an average of 33.
Natalie Sciver: Pace all-rounder Sciver can be a match-winner with the bat as well as the ball. She has scored 226 runs till now and is also performing well with the ball and will be a must-pick in your fantasy team.
Nicole Bolton: She is technically strong batswomen and handy spinner. She has fetched 278 points till now in Dream11 and can be a good choice of captain in grand leagues.
Heather Graham: Pacer Graham was one of the top wicket-takers last season and is an attacking batswoman too. She scored 27 runs and took two scalps in the second last match.
Kim Garth: Irish all-rounder Garth is an experienced performer with the bat as well as the ball. She bowled a good spell in all the matches taking ten scalps till now.
Jemma Barsby: Spinner Barsby is a wicket-taking option and can also do late hitting duty for her team.
Melbourne Stars Women:
Lizelle Lee: Star opener Lee can play big innings at a good strike rate and will be a good pick in your fantasy team. She is fourth on the list of top scorers with 303 runs in 9 matches.
Elyse Villani: Skipper Villani is an attacking batswoman and can change the course of match single-handedly. However, Her recent form is not very inspiring and has failed to score consistently except one-two knocks.
Mignon Du Preez: South Africa batswomen Du Preez is a consistent performer and is in good form currently. She has scored 266 runs in 9 matches at an average of 29.56.
Erin Osborne: Former skipper Erin Osborne is a good middle-order batsman and handy spinner. She has lost her form after performing well in initial matches but still can fetch you good points in your fantasy team.
Annabel Sutherland: Pace all-rounder Sutherland will bat at two down and bowl a few overs of medium pace. She will be a must-pick in MS-W vs PS-W Dream11 team because of her all-round skills.
Madeline Penna: She is a wicket-taking spin bowler and has taken ten scalps in seven matches. She can also be handy with the bat.
Katey Martin: Kiwi batswomen Martin is a talented player but has been in awful form this season.
Nicola Hancock: She is a lethal pacer and can chip in with crucial wickets for the team. However, She has failed to get many wickets despite good bowling. She also scored 26* runs in the last match.
PS-W vs MS-W Dream11 Prediction
Head-to-Head/Small League Dream11 Team:
PS-W vs MS-W Dream11 Team for Grand League:
Captain and Vc Choices: Natalie Sciver, Meg Lanning, Amy Jones, Lizelle Lee, Mignon Du Preez, Nicole Bolton, Erin Osborne, Heather Graham, A Sutherland, Elyse Villani.
We will update the final Fantasy Team on Telegram Channel.
Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.