SS-W Vs AS-W, WBBL 2022 Final: Sydney Vs Adelaide who will win?
SS-W Vs AS-W, WBBL 2022 Final, Sydney Vs Adelaide who will win? The stage is now set for the greatest matchup of this season’s WBBL. As Sydney Sixers and Adelaide Strikers are all set to square off for the last time to win the trophy. After the thrilling 58 matches of the Women’s Big Bash League 2022.
Let us look at who will win SS-W Vs AS-W WBBL 2022 Final in detail.
On Saturday, November 26, the final game of Women’s Big Bash League 2022 will take place at the North Sydney Oval in Sydney.
Sydney, who topped the standings with 11 victories from 14 games, became the first team in the WBBL 2022 to make it to the finals. While Adelaide Strikers played the challenger match on Thursday. Winning by 6 wickets over Brisbane Heat women to secure a spot in the finals.
Sydney Sixers have already won the championships twice, and if they triumph again on Saturday. It will be history as no team has ever won more than two WBBL championships. Adelaide, however, is aiming to take home their first trophy.
It will be the wait of almost 53 days to witness the champion and as the finale is near by the expectation is rising more and more.
With Sydney, the more balanced and powerful team is looking a bit ahead of winning the cup. We can’t simply neglect Adelaide strikers, the second best team in the league this season.
Both teams claimed victory in one of their two WBBL matches this season, each winning a game. In the head-to-head matchup between the two teams, Sydney is ahead of Hobart with 12 victories in 15 games.
The two games they faced off against each other in the WBBL this season ended with one team winning for each team. When comparing the two teams head-to-head, Sydney is superior to Hobart with 12 victories in 15 games.
SS-W Vs AS-W: Key players to watch out for
Laura Wolvaardt: One of the tournament’s most consistent batters, Laura Wolvaardt has scored 388 runs 15 games at an average of 27.71 and a strike rate of 106.59. She is the second highest run scorer this season so far and requires 47 more to become the top scorer.
Ellyse Perry: The skipper of table toppers Sydney Sixers and the backbone of her team. Ellyse Perry is currently fourth on the list of most runs in the league with 375 in 14 games at an average of 41.67. She is a consistent performer for her side and will continue to play in her style.
Ashleigh Gardner: Gardner has been playing some fantastic cricket and has smashed 339 runs in 14 games at a whopping strike rate of 153.39. While she bagged 23 wickets in the process and will likely to play destructively in the final game too. In order to put her side win the title.
Amanda Wellington: With 21 wickets in 15 games, Amanda Wellington has had a spectacular performance and is one of the tournament’s key players.
Megan Rubble: A crucial member of the Sydney Sixers and the tournament’s leading wicket-taker. Would like to keep up her outstanding bowling performance in the championship match to aid her team in winning. She has excelled thus far in the multi-team competition, taking wickets when they were most necessary. In 14 games, she has taken 26 wickets so far.
SS-W Vs AS-W Playing 11 (Predicted)
Sydney Sixers women 11
Alyssa Healy (wk), Suzie Bates, Erin Burns, Nicole Bolton, Angelina Genford, Claire Moore, Ellyse Perry©, Ashleigh Gardner, Lauren Cheatle, Stella Campbell, Jade Allen
Adelaide Strikers women 11
Tegan McPharlin (wk), Laura Wolvaardt, Katie Mack, Annie O’Neil, Deandra Dottin, Tahlia McGrath ©, Madeline Penna, Ella Wilson, Megan Schutt, Amanda Wellington, Jemma Barsby
SS-W Vs AS-W Pitch Report
Sydney’s north Sydney oval has a level playing field that is advantageous to both bowlers and batsmen. Spinners can be particularly important in the middle overs because the pitch will be fresh.
SS-W Vs AS-W: Who will win?
On paper, Sydney Sixers appears to be a stronger team than their opponent Adelaide Strikers and is expected to win the match. Given their players’ recent performances and current form. It is very likely that they will win this match. And set a record by winning the most trophies in Women’s Big Bash League history.
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