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Toss Winner - Hobart Hurricanes Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Hobart Hurricanes Women by 14 runs
Brisbane Heat Women quest for 4th consecutive win
Brisbane Heat Women to win
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2021 | Format: T20 | Venue: Aurora Stadium, Launceston, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
We are into the 24th game of the Women’s Big Bash League 2021 and Brisbane Heat Women would be looking to continue with their dominance as they take on Hobart Hurricanes Women. They had defeated the Hurricanes in the last game, and this would make them confident. The Hurricanes also come here with a win against Melbourne Stars Women in their last game.
Brisbane Heat Women have dominated the Hobart Hurricanes Women in the past winning the last five games between the two sides including one earlier this season. Their batting looks good and so is their bowling unit. It remains to be seen if the Hurricanes can win the mind game here and bring to an end Heat’s winning streak.
Jess Jonassen’s side has been at its best since their loss in the first game in the Super Over. They have won the last three games and sit at the top of the points table. They come here with an 8-wicket win against the Hobart Hurricanes Women. As they play the same side Jonassen would like a repeat show and take one more step towards a berth in the playoffs.
Georgia Redmayne and Grace Harris are in great form and the side would like to see a strong opening wicket partnership from them. Mikayla Hinkley did well in the middle order in the last game and shall aim to set up partnerships with Georgia Voll and Jess Jonassen. The side has good strength down the order with Laura Kimmince and Anne Bosch in the side.
Their bowling attack is looking good with Courtney Sippel and Georgia Prestwidge bowling tight spells with the new ball. Jonassen is an experienced bowler and has done well so far in the season. With Poonam Yadav, Harris, and Bosch rolling their arms the side has the right bowling combination going into this game.
Jess Jonassen (c), Georgia Redmayne (wk), Grace Harris, Georgia Voll, Mikayla Hinkley, Laura Kimmince, Anne Bosch, Ellie Johnston, Georgia Prestwidge, Courtney Grace Sippel, Poonam Yadav
Grace Harris, Courtney Sippel, Georgia Redmayne, Jess Jonassen, Charli Knott, Anneke Bosch, Georgia Voll, Nicola Hancock, Poonam Yadav, Mikayla Hinkley, Laura Kimmince Harris
Rachel Priest would be happy with the show her side put up in the last game against the Melbourne Stars winning the game by 6 wickets. They would have a tough challenge in this game against the table-toppers and Priest would like to see a good show from her girls. A win here would put them in a comfortable position on the points table.
The side would need a good start from Priest and Ruth Johnston with the latter having been inconsistent so far in the season. Their middle order has good players and the trio of Mignon du Preez, Richa Ghosh, and Nicola Carey look in good form. In Naomi Stalenberg, Sasha Moloney and Molly Strano they have good players down the order and runs would be expected from their bat.
Ruth Johnston and Tayla Vlaeminck look in good form with the ball and they would have to strike early against Heat’s strong batting line-up. Molly Strano needs to bowl better lines as she has leaked runs. In Chloe Rafferty, Carey, and Amy Smith the side has good variety with the ball up its sleeves.
Rachel Priest (c & wk), Ruth Johnston, Mignon du Preez, Richa Ghosh, Naomi Stalenberg, Nicola Carey, Sasha Moloney, Molly Strano, Tayla Vlaeminck, Amy Smith, Chloe Rafferty
Naomi Stalenberg, Amy Smith, Molly Strano, Ruth Johnston, Nicola Carey, Belinda Vakarewa, Rachel Priest, Tayla Vlaeminck, Sasha Moloney, Mignon du Preez, Richa Ghosh
Launceston would see cloudy skies on October 30 and the batting conditions are expected to be difficult here during the game. Batters shall have to play to the demands of the match and be choosy with their strokes. The side batting first would be happy with a score of 150 or more on this wicket.
Aurora Stadium, Launceston is a small park and batters have always scored runs thanks to the shorter square boundaries. There is grass on the surface and fast bowlers have also enjoyed the conditions here in the past. It is a difficult venue for the spinners as there isn’t any assistance for them from the surface.
Most sides have preferred to chase here as batting conditions ease in the second half of the game. Batting first is always a challenge as bowlers get good assistance on a fresh wicket. The two captains would have this in their minds at the toss and one winning it should have little hesitation in bowling first.
Hobart Hurricanes gained back their momentum with a win in the last game, but they have a bigger challenge here. They have lost to the Brisbane Heat Women in the last five games and have to get the negativity out of their minds. On the other hand, Brisbane Heat Women look in sublime form and the side would look to continue with the same momentum and this would make them favorites in this game.
Brisbane Heat Women to win
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