Welsh Fire and London Spirit bring an end to a fantastic four weeks of 100-ball group stage action at Sophia Gardens.
Both of the Welsh Fire and London Spirit squads have found it tough in the competition, with the teams hoping to close out their campaign well going into next year’s action.
The Women's Competition opens the closing act with the Welsh Fire playing for a third victory this campaign in front of a home crowd.
Spirit have a slim chance of making third, requiring a win and a large net run rate swing in their favour. They had struggled to start, registering one win from their first four but, since then, they have managed to win two of their last three. A late charge could be on the cards for the Lord's outfit.
Georgia Redmayne could be key with the bat, scoring 152 runs so far along with teammates Hayley Matthews and Bryony Smith. Matthews has also taken the most wickets for the Fire, with her nearest team-mates taking nearly half the wickets she has.
For Spirit, the introduction of Tammy Beaumont has been important with the bat, scoring 131 runs. Captain Heather Knight and Deandra Dottin have also scored highly for Spirit. Deepti Sharma has taken the most wickets for her side.
As for the Men’s Competition, both sides are playing for pride. Fire got off to a great start, winning their first two matches. Since then, and the loss of Jonny Bairstow, they have slipped to five straight defeats.
As for Eoin Morgan’s team, Spirit struggled to get out of the gates but managed to register a first victory against the Southern Brave.
Stand-in Fire captain Ben Duckett is the second top-scorer in the Men’s Competition with 226 runs with Glenn Phillips second for runs scored for the Fire with 134. Qais Ahmad has taken the most wickets for his side with 8 so far in the competition.
Young Blake Cullen and Brad Wheal have both taken wickets for the Spirit, but the team generally have struggled for wickets during the competition. Adam Rossington was important in their victory against Manchester Originals whilst Eoin Morgan is the top-scorer in the competition for the Spirit.