Victoria will be aiming for its first Women's National Cricket League title since 2004-05 when it hosts Queensland on Saturday at the CitiPower Centre, Junction Oval.
Australian all-rounder Annabel Sutherland is one of two additions to the squad that played two matches in Perth last week.
Zoe Griffith has also been named.
Sutherland has been sidelined with a stress reaction in her femur.
The Final will be coach Lachlan Stevens’ last match in charge after he announced his resignation earlier this week to return to Queensland for family reasons.
The match will be broadcast on Fox Cricket and entry to the ground is free with up to 1,000 spectators permitted to attend.
Women’s National Cricket League Final Victoria v Queensland Saturday March 27 CitiPower Centre, Junction Oval 10am Coverage: Fox Cricket, cricket.com.au, Kayo
Elyse Villani (Captain)
Crowd capped at 1,000 attendees each day
Entry is free, no tickets will be issued.
Gate 2 (Lakeside Drive) will be the only gate open.
Spectators will be socially distanced in the Blackie Ironmonger and Kevin Murray Grandstands
QR code MUST be scanned to gain entry into ground
Bag checks subject to standard conditions of entry
BYO Alcohol or Pets prohibited
The grassed hill area on the eastern side of the ground is closed to spectators.
There will be limited catering facilities on-site (coffee van). Spectators may bring food and drinks in plastic bottles (no glass)
Public toilets will be available under the Blackie Ironmonger Grandstand
Parking & vehicle access limited due to roadworks within Albert Park.