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Toss Winner - Brisbane Heat Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Adelaide Strikers Women beat Brisbane Heat Women by 31 runs
Brisbane Heat Women's aim to continue dominance
Brisbane Heat Women to win
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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We expect a close contest as the Brisbane Heat Women take on the Adelaide Strikers Women in the 19th game of the Women's Big Bash League 2022. Both sides have been in good form. Brisbane Heat comes into this game with a win against the Sydney Thunder Women. The Strikers also did well in the last game, registering a big win against Melbourne Renegades Women.
The Brisbane Heat Women have won the last four games in a row. It will make the side confident as they have a good home record. The Strikers are a strong side and have some of the biggest names in the T20 format. As the two sides look to strengthen their position on the points table, we expect to see a close contest in this game.
Jess Jonassen's side is going strong. They have won the last four games and sit at the top of the points table. It was a close win for the side in the last game as they defeated Sydney Thunder Women by 3 runs under the DLS method. They shall look to continue with the same momentum in this game.
Georgia Redmayne and Danielle Wyatt form an experienced pair, and they will look to set up a big platform at the top. In the middle order, the side can expect runs from Grace Harris, Georgia Voll, and Laura Harris. Amelia Kerr and Charli Knott won it for the side in the last game, and they add strength to the lower middle order along with Jess Jonassen.
The bowling attack has done well for the side, and the new ball pair of Courtney Sippel and Nicola Hancock must strike early as Strikers Women have done well. Charli Knott has been consistent, and she must do well in the middle overs. Pooja Vastrakar, Jonassen, and Kerr make it a good bowling attack.
Jess Jonassen (c), Grace Harris, Georgia Redmayne (wk), Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Laura Harris, Charli Knott, Pooja Vastrakar, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel
Grace Harris, Danielle Wyatt, Jess Jonassen, Lucy Hamilton, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Nicola Hancock, Charli Knott, Georgia Redmayne, Laura Kimmince Harris, Pooja Vastrakar
Tahlia McGrath's side had made a strong comeback in the tournament with back-to-back wins. The side performed its best in the last game against Melbourne Renegades Women. They won by 6 wickets, with their batters and bowlers performing at their best. McGrath would like to see her players ride the momentum as they take on the table toppers.
Deandra Dottin is back in form and would aim to set up a big opening wicket stand in this game along with Katie Mack. Laura Wolvaardt must steer the innings in the middle order and set up partnerships with Bridget Patterson and McGrath. The team would also need a good show in the lower middle order from Madeline Penna, Amanda Wellington, and Tegan McPharlin.
The bowling attack has looked in good shape, and the new ball pair of Megan Schutt and Jemma Barsby must get early wickets, as the Heat batters are doing well. Deandra Dottin, Darcie Brown, and McGrath must bowl good lines in the middle overs. Wellington grabbed five wickets in the last game, and she would carry this confidence.
Tahlia McGrath (c), Deandra Dottin, Katie Mack, Laura Wolvaardt, Bridget Patterson, Madeline Penna, Amanda Wellington, Tegan McPharlin (wk), Jemma Barsby, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
Katie Mack, Laura Wolvaardt, Tahlia McGrath, Darcie Brown, Tegan McPharlin, Megan Schutt, Maddie Penna, Amanda Jade Wellington, Bridget Patterson, Deandra Dottin, Jemma Barsby
The skies over Brisbane will have thick cloud cover on October 27, and there is a prediction for rain. Batting conditions shall be challenging in this game, and batters must get used to the conditions. The side that bats first in the game shall look to put 150 runs on the board.
Allan Border Field, Brisbane, is a good venue for T20 cricket as it balances it nicely between the batters and the bowlers. The small size of the ground offers plenty of hitting opportunities, but there are good rewards from the surface for the fast bowlers who can seam the ball. Spinners have also done well here using the slowness of the surface.
The wicket assists bowlers early in the game when batting conditions are challenging. It gets easier to bat as the game progresses in the second innings. Both sides shall have this in their minds at the toss. The side winning the toss shall look to bowl first in the game.
Adelaide Strikers Women have won the last two games and gained momentum. However, the side still faces a few issues with the form of their middle order. They'd have to do exceptionally well to defeat the in-form Brisbane Heat. The Brisbane Heat Women have all bases covered, and it will make them favorites in this game.
Brisbane Heat Women to win
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