In the first semi-final of Women Big bash League 2020, Melbourne Stars is going to go up against Perth Scorchers on Wednesday 25th November, 2020. The match played at North Sydney Oval, Sydney will be streamed live 1:40 PM IST onwards (7:10 AM Local) on Sony LIV.

 Melbourne, who have proved themselves to be the strongest team so far, is leading the scoreboard with 19 points and have 8 wins and 3 losses in 14 games. However, Melbourne lost to Sydney Sixers in their last game. Perth, with 6 wins and 6 lossess, is occupying the 4th position in the scoreboard.

In this BBL Season, the Wednesday’s clash will be their third face off. Previously, Perth was defeated both times by Melbourne.

The leading scorer this year is Beth Mooney of Perth Scorchers with an average of 59 runs per match and a total of 524 runs. Melbourne’s Meg Lanning has shown some excellent batting with an average of 49 runs per match.

Perth’s star bowler Sarah Glenn has taken a total of 16 wickets this season. Melbourne’s Alana King has also been bowling superbly.

The ideal team for this match should have 1 Wicket-keeper, 3 Batsman, 3 All Rounders and 4 Bowlers. So here is our prediction for the probable playing XIs.

MS-W vs PS-W Probable Playing XIs:

Melbourne Stars

Elyse Villani, Meg Lanning ( c), Mignon du Preez, Natalie Sciver, Anabel Sutherland, Katherine Brunt, Anna Lanning, Alana King, Tess Flintoff, Nicole Faltum, Sophie Dar


Lucy Cripps, Rosemary Mair, Holly Ferling, Erin Osborne, Georgia Gall, Bhavi M Devchand

Perth Scorchers

Amy Jones, Sophie Devine ( c ), Beth Mooney (wk), Chloe Piparo, Nicole Bolton, Mathilda Carmichael, Jemma Barsby, Heather Graham, Taneale Peschel, Sarah Glenn, Piepa Cleary.


Samantha Betts, Megan Banting.

MS-W vs PS-W Weather Report

A rainy morning can be forecasted on Wednesday but there will be significant improvement in the weather by the time of the match with no chance of rain. The temperature will be around 22-24 Degrees Celsius.

MS-W vs PS-W Pitch Condition

The pitch is a decent one for batting as in the last match played at the North Sydney Oval, Sydney Sixers chased down 178 runs.