2019 Women’s Kia Super League – Western Storm vs Surrey Stars Preview & Prediction
When is Western Storm vs Surrey Stars taking place? Wednesday 21st August 2019 – 15:00 (UK)
Where is Western Storm vs Surrey Stars taking place? The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
What is the expected weather for Western Storm vs Surrey Stars? 20c with plenty of clouds ahead but next to no chance of rain
What channel is Western Storm vs Surrey Stars on? Sky Sports have the rights to televise some Kia Super League matches, so it is worth checking their broadcast schedule
Where can I stream Western Storm vs Surrey Stars? If televised on Sky Sports, then subscribers will be able to stream the match live via Sky Go
Where can I get tickets for Western Storm vs Surrey Stars? https://www.ecb.co.uk/tickets/ksl
What was the outcome in the last meeting between Western Storm and Surrey Stars? Surrey Stars beat Western Storm 9 runs
THE TEAM NEWS
- Western Storm made it a magnificent seven as they extended their winning run in this year’s Women’s Super League with a tight victory over second-placed Southern Vipers to open up a lead of 12 points at the top of the table.
- The Storm posted 170/3 from their 20 overs which was their highest score to date in this season’s competition and they were able to claim a 15-run win thanks Freya Davies’ superb effort with the ball as she took 4-18.
- Heather Knight was again pivotal for her side as she lead the way with the bat, notching a century partnership with Fran Wilson as both England stars made half-centuries with Knight’s 61 from 48 balls the top score for her side.
- Surrey Stars suffered a third consecutive loss in the Women’s Super League as their grip on the trophy slipped further and they have plenty of improving to do if they are to get anywhere near retaining their crown.
- The Stars failed to score quickly enough with their total of 121/6 falling short of what was required as Yorkshire Diamonds chased that down with just a single ball remaining to edge out Surrey.
- Natalie Sciver again struggled with both bat and ball, failing to take a wicket with her tally standing at just four from five games whilst she only managed five with the bat meaning she has yet to surpass 24 runs so far this tournament.
Western Storm will be hoping to keep their 100% start to the Women’s Super League going as they host reigning champions Surrey Stars. The visitors have not had the best of times recently and have lost their last three as their attempt to retain their title looks set to fall short on current form. The Storm have dealt with everything thrown their way so far and there is little to suggest that their winning run will come to an end any time soon.