Sydney Sixers will be chasing their third consecutive WBBL title when the fourth season of the competition kicks off tomorrow.
The Sixers will have a star studded line up including T20 World Cup winners Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner when they face the Melbourne Stars.
Healy took Player of the Tournament honors after winning four Player of the Matches, topping the dismissals list as wicketkeeper and scored more runs (225) than any other player. While Gardner took Player of the Final after taking three wickets and finished 33 not out.
Sixers will also be playing with two extra marquees above the five limit rule this season as they are all midway through their deals.
However, there is one team primed to take the title from the Sydney side and that is the Adelaide Strikers.
They boost the topped ranked T20 batter in Kiwi Suzie Bates and will be joined by former Sixer Sarah Coyte while English bowler Danielle Hazell also comes into the fold.
Strikers are looking at going one step further this season as they aim to make history and qualify for their first WBBL final.
Australian and Strikers bowler Megan Schutt said despite the list the Sixers have, it is anyone's game.
"Obviously they've got quite a list there. It's pretty frightening to look at but at the same time, anyone can win on the day." Schutt told AAP.
"I think that's the beauty of T20 cricket," she said.