Women’s big bash league 2022

The women’s big bash league is the Australian women’s domestic Twenty20 tournament. The WBBL replaced the Australian women’s Twenty20 cup which was introduced in the 2007-08 season. The competition features eight city-based franchises.

A total of eight teams will feature in the women’s big bash tournament (2022).
 Adelaide Strikers Women, Brisbane heat Women, Hobart Hurricanes Women, Melbourne Renegades Women, Melbourne Stars Women, Perth Scorchers Women, Sydney Sixers Women and Sydney Thunder Women.
Records and current champion
The most runs have been scored by Beth Mooney in the competition, she has scored 3674 runs so far in the competition. Molly Strano has taken 119 wickets the most in the history of the competition. The current champion of the competition is Perth Scorchers.
Today’s match
Today’s match is to be played between the defending champion Perth Scorchers Women and Melbourne Stars Women in the WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association) stadium in East Perth, Australia at 2:40 pm (IST).
Where to watch?
 The match between Perth Scorchers Women and Melbourne Stars Women will be televised on Sony sports network in India.
 The live streaming of the match will be done on the Sonyliv app.
Tomorrow matches
There will be a double header tomorrow as the Melbourne Renegades Women will be playing against Brisbane heat and Sydney Sixers Women will be playing against Adelaide Strikers Women.
Both matches will be played at Karen Roltan Oval, Adelaide city, Australia. The first match will start at 6:30 am (IST) and the second match will be played at 9:55 am (IST).
Current Standings
The current table toppers are Sydney Sixers women who are unbeaten in the tournament with 3 wins in 3
matches. The Perth Scorchers Women are in the second position with 2 wins in 2 matches. Sydney Thunder Women are yet to win a match in the tournament, they have placed in the last position on the points table.
Qualification criteria for Semi finals
The top four teams in the points table will be qualifying for the semifinals. It is too early to predict the qualifying teams for the semifinals. There are the early days of the tournament, still a month to go in the league. Can the Perth scorchers defend their title or we will find a new winner let’s wait and watch. Till then ADIOS, take care.

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