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Toss Winner - Hobart Hurricanes Women won the toss and chose to bat first
Hobart Hurricanes Women beat Perth Scorchers Women by 2 runs
Tall ask for Hobart Hurricanes against Perth Scorchers Women
Perth Scorchers Women to win
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2021 | Format: T20 | Venue: W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
The Perth Scorchers Women Women would look to improve their position on the points table as they take on the Hobart Hurricanes Women in the 33rd game of the Women’s Big Bash League 2021. The Scorchers Women defeated the Melbourne Renegades Women in their last game while the Hurricanes Women went down against Sydney Sixers Women in the last game.
The Perth Scorchers Women Women have enjoyed an excellent record against Hobart Hurricanes Women in the past and have won the last seven out of eight games between the two sides. They shall aim to continue with the same record playing at their home ground. Hobart Hurricanes Women have had an ordinary season and it will be interesting to see if they can make it count here.
Sophie Devine’s side put up a strong show in their last game against table-toppers Melbourne Renegades Women winning it by 40 runs. Their batters look in excellent form and they would look to ride the momentum. Their record against the Hobart Hurricanes Women has been good in the past and the team shall aim at a strong show here.
Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney set up a 165-run stand in the last game with Mooney scoring a hundred and they would look to provide an electrifying start here. The middle-order is formidable with Chamari Athapaththu, Marizanne Kapp, and Heather Graham in this side. Mathilda Carmichael, Lisa Griffith, and Alana King have their range of strokes and shall look to do the big-hitting towards the end.
Kapp and Taneale Peschel have bowled well with the new ball in this tournament so far and they would look to strike early in the game. Lilly Mills and Lisa Griffith have also done well in the middle overs and the same would be expected from them. Sophie Devine, Graham, and King add lots of bowling options for the team making this a very strong attack.
Sophie Devine (c), Beth Mooney (wk), Chamari Athapaththu, Mathilda Carmichael, Heather Graham, Lisa Griffith, Marizanne Kapp, Alana King, Lilly Mills, Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo
Three consecutive losses have hurt the campaign for Rachel Priest’s side. With two wins in nine games the side is sitting on the 7th spot on the points table. It was poor efforts with the bat in their last game against Sydney Sixers Wome where they lost by 31 runs. They don’t have the best of records against the Scorchers and Priest shall hope to see a better show from here players.
Priest and Ruth Johnston haven’t been consistent and this is hurting the side. The pair needs to put runs early in the game. The famed middle order of Nicola Carey, Mignon du Preez, and Rich Ghosh has also failed to score runs in all games and this is a major problem for the side. They would expect runs from the bat of Naomi Stalenberg and Molly Strano down the order as both these players can score at a good pace.
Tayla Vlaeminck has bowled well in the tournament and the side would like to see a good show from her and Strano. Carey and Belinda Vakarewa shall face a tough challenge given the kind of batting line-up they are up against and must do well. The side shall also need good spells from Ruth Johnston and Amy Smith.
Rachel Priest (c & wk), Ruth Johnston, Mignon du Preez, Nicola Carey, Richa Ghosh, Naomi Stalenberg, Sasha Moloney, Molly Strano, Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck, Amy Smith
Mathilda Carmichael, Beth Mooney, Piepa Cleary, Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo, Alana King, Lilly Mills, Chamari Atapattu, Sophie Devine, Marizanne Kapp, Heather Graham
The weather would be clear over Perth on November 06 and we expect to see a good game of cricket. The wicket here has been good to bat on as we have already seen in earlier games. The ball is coming onto the bat nicely allowing easy stroke play. The side batting first here would need 170 runs or more on the board to win the game.
WACA Perth is a lively pitch and there is a lot of pace and bounce on this surface and fast bowlers have always enjoyed a good record here. Batters also find plenty of scoring opportunities as they can easily play on the up. There isn’t much on this surface for the spinners and they must use their variations to do well on this track.
In all the games played at this venue this season the side batting first has won the game. The fast-paced surface has allowed batters to score easily on this track and the same is expected here. The side winning the toss would like to bat first in this game.
Hobart Hurricanes Women are staring down the barrel. They have lost the last three games in a row and their batting has looked in poor shape. The side doesn’t have the best of record against Perth Scorchers and shall need to produce a special performance here to win the game. Perth Scorchers Women are in good form and come here with a big win and this would make them favorites to win this game.
Perth Scorchers Women to win
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