Perth Scorchers Women vs. Melbourne Stars Women Prediction and Betting Tips
Women BBL 2020 Sem Finals 1: PRSW vs. MLSW – Wed, 25th November
Women BBL 2020 Match Prediction
The WBBL 2020 semi-final line-up for this season has been settled. Table-beavers Melbourne Stars will take on fourth-positioned Perth Scorchers in the first WBBL 2020 semi-final at North Sydney Oval on 25th November.
Melbourne Stars toppled the Scorchers in both the matches they faced each other earlier this season. First time by a massive eight-wicket and the second time in a close call of 5 runs. Our Women’s BBL Match Prediction envisages that with the kind of thrust Melbourne Stars are in, they will conquest this game and make their way to the finals.
Melbourne Stars Women will win this game.
The Melbourne Stars Women have been the best team in the league so far, victorious in their first nine matches. Skipper Meg Lanning has led her side from the front with six fifties in the tournament so far; she is the second-highest run-scorer of the tournament with 458 runs to her name in merely 12 innings. They’re only a win away from confirming their berth in the final clash, and they’ll want to get it out of them in this upcoming game. Riding on the destinies of Meg Lanning and Nat Sciver, they have been brilliant with both bat and ball.
Their opponents, The Perth Scorchers, have a new-look team this year, and they have also done well this WBBL season league stage with six wins and 14 points, just enough to qualify for the playoffs. Their captain Sophie Devine has starred with the bat once again with the duo of Beth Mooney and Nicole Bolton chipping in with vital contributions regularly. The pair of Beth Mooney and Sophie Devine has mounted a mammoth of 972 runs this season. Despite their bowling attack lacking in experience, the Scorchers have done well so far and will be eyeing the Finals clash in WBBL.
Nonetheless, with the finals spot up for grabs, we should be in for another whacking WBBL game, with both sides looking to go all out for a win on Wednesday.
The venue, Pitch Report, and Toss Prediction:
The pitch at the North Sydney Oval Stadium is a competitive one, with a little in it for all. The pacers should get the ball to swing around in the powerplay, but the batters might still look to take the attack to them with the field restrictions in effect.
The North Sydney Ground has seen its fair share of blast over the last few WBBL games, with scores of over 150 runs being notched up with relative ease. The batters will need to keep an eye out for variable bounce, paving the way for an even contest between bat and ball. The batters will need to spend their time in the middle before going big, and wickets in hand could be critical towards the backend of the innings. Our Women’s BBL Match Prediction predicts that teams will opt to the ball first on winning the toss. Therefore, the toss will be critical.
Key Players to watch:
- Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney of the Perth Scorchers Women and Meg Lanning and Nat Sciver of the Melbourne Stars Women will be key players.