ST vs MS 32nd WBBL Match Betting Tips and Match Prediction

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Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars 32nd WBBL Winning Odds

Betting Odds for Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars 

Sydney Thunder – 1.51 (On Rs.100, users will get Rs.151 in return). Bet Now

Melbourne Stars – 2.64 (If the user bet Rs.100, he will get Rs.264 returns). Bet Now 

More betting odds and Tips

  • You can bet that Chamari Athapaththu 23.5 runs has an odds of 1.88. (If the us er bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.188). Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 23.5 has an odds of 1.88. (if the user bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.188). Bet Now
  • You can Place a bet on Tahlia Wilson if he scores above 20.5 runs and has an odds of 1.83. (if the user bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.183). Bet Now. Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 20.5 has an odds of 1.83. (if the user bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.183). Bet Now
  • A bet on Sophia Dunkley is 19.5 runs has an odds of 1.90. (if the user bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.190). Bet Now Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 19.5. He has an odds of 1.90. (if the user bet Rs.100, then he will get returns of Rs.190). Bet Now

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Match Details

Match: Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars 32nd Match, Womens Big Bash League 2023

Date: 10th November 2023

Time: 09:50 am IST and 3:40 am GMT

Venue: North Sydney Oval, North Sydney, Australia

Pitch report

This match will take place in Sydney at the North Sydney Oval. In women’s domestic T20 cricket, the average first-inning total is 155 runs, thus it’s a terrific place to bat. In our opinion, a score of 175–190 should be enough to win this match.

Weather Report

The North Sydney Oval is a batting-friendly surface where the bowlers have occasionally found assistance. Nevertheless, hitters will have the advantage on this surface since the ball will come into contact with the bat smoothly, giving them the opportunity to timing their swings precisely. On the day of the match, Sydney will have a high of 24 degrees Celsius with largely sunny skies.

Squad Comparison for Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars 

Sydney Thunder

Sydney Thunder faced the Hobart Hurricanes in their final game, which was postponed due to weather, after winning three straight games. Having lost to the Hurricanes earlier in the season, they would have preferred to even the score.

SYT Women’s batting has been excellent. At the North Sydney Oval, where Sydney Thunder defeated Brisbane by a slim margin despite needing to defend 204 runs, the pitch is fairly batting-friendly.

Tahlia Wilson and Chamari Athapaththu, the opening hitters in this lineup, are among Sydney Thunder’s best run producers and are in excellent form. These two are essential in laying the groundwork for a large sum. 

The middle-order is bolstered by the experience of all-rounder Marizanne Kapp and captain Heather Knight. These two will be the main batters to keep an eye on because they are perfect for their hitting positions in this lineup.

Only Hannah Darlington has been a reliable wicket-taker for the bowling assault, as other players like Samantha Bates and Marizanne Kapp have had difficulty breaking through. 

Sydney Thunder, who are playing the Stars for the second time this year, should be confident going into this match because they have won both of their games at this stadium when they bat first.

Sydney Thunder Playing XI

Chamari Athapaththu, Tahlia Wilson (wk), Phoebe Litchfield, Heather Knight (c), Marizanne Kapp, Anika Learoyd, Olivia Porter, Claire Moore, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Hannah Darlington, Samantha Bates

Melbourne Stars 

Meg Lanning must be considering strategies to improve the Stars’ situation in the Women’s Big Bash League 2023. With just two victories from their first eight games, they are now at seventh in the points table.

From now on, they have to win every game in order to recover and contend for a top-4 ranking. And the Melbourne Stars, who have dropped their last three games, one of which was against Sydney Thunder, will find it difficult.

Alice Capsey and skipper Meg Lanning are the two main members of the Stars’ starting lineup. At number three, Capsey has a critical role to play, and Lanning, along with Sophia Dunkley or Sophie Reid, needs to get out to a fast start.

In the final game, Reid, who had been Lanning’s opening partner, was replaced by Dunkley, who was out for a golden duck.  The starting players are having trouble getting going at the top and haven’t been in excellent form. 

Although Capsey is a talented player ranked third, her results have also been lackluster. All eyes will be on Annabel Sutherland and Maia Boucher at 4 and 5. 

It will now be up to the middle-order to step up and guide the team to a competitive score because the top-order has consistently failed to perform. Given that Kim Garth, Sohpie Day, and Annabel Sutherland are close friends, there is optimism in the bowling area. 

Melbourne Stars Playing XI

Meg Lanning (c), Sophia Dunkley, Alice Capsey, Annabel Sutherland, Maia Bouchier, Nicole Faltum (wk), Kim Garth, Sasha Moloney, Rhys McKenna, Sophie Day, Milly Illingworth

Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars Match Prediction

Melbourne Stars, in poor form, will be faced by the Thunder, who are ranked second. With their bowlers leading from the front, the stars will be hoping for a comeback. Nonetheless, the hosts will present a formidable test since their batting is clicking. The lack of dependable batters in the Stars lineup puts them well behind Sydney Thunder in this match. Our match prediction has SYT Women as the clear favorites from the outset.

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