WBBL 2016-17 Perth Women vs Hobart Women 5th Match Live Score Toss Result Winner Prediction Full Details

WBBL 2016-17 Perth Women vs Hobart Women 5th Match Live Score Toss Result Winner Prediction Full Details :- As the Womens Big Bash League Season 2 is currently going on in full swing tonight yet again we will witness a triple header as in the match no. 5 of WBBL 2 PRSW vs HBHW will happen and this is the second time when both these sides will face off against each other in this tournament as yesterday itself Hobart Hurricanes Women have defeated Perth Scorchers Women by 5 Wickets in the season opener now its time for the Perth side to take their revenge today.


The fifth match of Women’s Big Bash League 2016-17 between Perth Scorchers Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women will be played at North Sydney Oval, Sydney, the interesting women t20 cricketing contest will start at around 5:15 AM Indian Standard Time.

Toss Winner:

Perth Scorchers Women have won the toss and have elected to bat first


Hobart Women (Playing XI): Hayley Matthews, Georgia Redmayne(w), Heather Knight(c), Amy Satterthwaite, Erin Burns, Corinne Hall, Sasha Moloney, Emma Thompson, Veronica Pyke, Brooke Hepburn, Katelyn Fryett

Perth Women (Playing XI): Elyse Villani, Suzie Bates(c), Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Lauren Ebsary, Chloe Piparo, Katherine Brunt, Megan Banting(w), Emma Biss, Emma King, Rebecca Grundy

Prediction – Perth Scorchers Women will win today match of WBBL 2016-17

Match Details

Match: PRSW vs HBHW, 5th Match, Womens Big Bash League, 2016-17
Date: Saturday, December 10, 2016
Toss: Perth Women won the toss and opt to bat
Time: 11:45 PM GMT
Venue: North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Donovan Marius Koch, Simon Lightbody
Third Umpire: Claire Polosak
Match Referee: Bill Hendricks

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