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Hobart Hurricanes Womenvs
Brisbane Heat Women odds
Toss Winner - Hobart Hurricanes Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Hobart Hurricanes Women by 7 runs
Hobart Hurricanes aim to cause an upset and halt Brisbane Heat’s winning march!
Brisbane Heat to win this game!
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 | Format: T20 | Venue: Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
This game between Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat looks like a mismatch on paper. The two teams are at different ends of the spectrum on the points table.
While the Hurricanes are seventh, the Heat are the top of the table. Hobart Hurricanes were winless for as many as seven games in a row. They won their first two games but then they suddenly lost all the momentum. Whether they batted first or second, they couldn’t find a way to win. But they broke the winless against the Sydney Sixers. The bowlers set it up but the top-order almost messed it up. The middle-order came to the rescue and helped them end a winless streak.
Meanwhile, the Brisbane Heat have been the best team in this tournament so far. They lost two out of their first three games but from then on, it’s been a different story. They’ve been dominant in most of the games and have also been able to close out tight games. They have almost certain to reach the top four.
The batting has been bitten wobbly for the Hobart Hurricanes. They’ve struggled to put up decent scores and chase down scores more than 150. Heather Knight has been the leading run-getter for the Hurricanes but her form has dropped over the last few games. Her last four scores are 10, 20, 6 and 4 (latest).
Nicola Carey has been decent and has amassed 210 runs at an average of 30.00. Chloe Tryon has been good down the order. She has a strike-rate of 180.21 in this WBBL. Fran Wilson and Corinne Hall have been under-par in this tournament.
While Wilson has scored 151 runs from nine innings, the Hurricanes skipper has got 150 runs from the same number of innings. Belinda Vakarewa has been excellent in this tournament. She has taken 15 wickets at an average of 14.66. Moreover, she is striking once every 14 deliveries. She is also the second-highest wicket-taker in this WBBL. Maisy Gibson has been good too. She has picked up 10 wickets at an average of 21.60.
Erin Fazackerley, Nicola Carey, Heather Knight, Meg Phillips, Fran Wilson, Corinne Hall (c), Emma Manix-Geeves (wk), Chloe Tryon, Maisy Gibson, Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck
Tayla Vlaeminck, Fran Wilson, Corinne Hall, Chloe Tryon, Maisy Gibson, Emma Manix-Geeves, Belinda Vakarewa, Heather Knight, Erin Fazackerley, Sasha Moloney, Nicola Carey
The batting and bowling have clicked together for Brisbane Heat for a major part of this tournament. But most of their success has been on their bowling attack. They have three bowlers who have more than 10 wickets in this WBBL. Jess Jonassen is the leading wicket-taker of the tournament so far. She has 17 wickets and averages 14.11 with the ball. Moreover, she has a brilliant economy of 5.85 as well. Sammy-Jo Johnson has complemented her really well.
The right-arm pacer has taken 15 wickets while Delissa Kimmince has chipped in nicely as well. The Australian international has 13 wickets to her name in this season.
Meanwhile, Beth Mooney has been simply fabulous in this WBBL. She has scored 532 runs which is the most by any batter in this competition so far. Moreover, she averages 76.00 and has a strike-rate of 120.36. Jonassen has not only been the star with the ball. The left-hander has also amassed 268 runs in this tournament. Maddy Green has blown hot and cold while the likes of Kirby Short and Amelia Kerr haven’t had big opportunities.
Beth Mooney (wk), Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short (c), Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Georgia Prestwidge, Lilly Mills
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Mikayla Hinkley, Kirby Short, Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, Laura Harris, Georgia Prestwidge, Delissa Kimmince
The summer has set in Australia and the weather conditions have been near perfect for cricket. For this game, the temperatures will hover around 15-160. The pitch at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart is usually a good one to bat on. Batters can play on the up and the par score is around the 155-160.
The Bellerive Oval in Hobart is a regular venue in Australia and it has hosted quite a bit of international cricket. It is also a popular venue in both men’s and women’s BBLs. Last year, it hosted five WBBL and this year, it is going to host three in as many days.
The Bellerive Oval is historically a good chasing ground. Last year, four out of the five WBBL games were won by teams batting second. Moreover, Brisbane Heat have been excellent in their chases. So, both teams will want to field and chase down a target.
There is absolutely no doubt that the Brisbane Heat will start this game as overwhelming favorites. They have been on a roll and look like the team to beat in this competition. Moreover, the Hobart Hurricanes have been under-par but they did cause a small upset when they beat Sydney Sixers in their last game.
Brisbane Heat to win this game!
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