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Toss Winner - Sydney Thunder Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Hobart Hurricanes Women beat Sydney Thunder Women by 49 runs
Hobart Hurricanes and Sydney Thunder look to surge ahead in the points table
Hobart Hurricanes will win the match
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Blacktown International Sportspark, Sydney, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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WBBL 9th season is up and running with 8 teams fighting hard to put themselves in the top-4 position in the league phase first. Hobart Hurricanes started off their campaign with an inspiring victory over the Sydney Thunder but lost their next match against Perth Scorchers by 9 runs. Sydney thunder are not having a good time in this season so far as they have lost both their matches played so far against Hobart Hurricanes and Perth Scorchers so far. Hobart hurricanes will look to do a double over Sydney thunder in this match while Thunder will look for an opportunity to avenge for their earlier defeat and get their first points on board.
Hobart Hurricanes strolled their way to 109/9 in their 20 overs last game. Heather Graham was the top run scorer with 35 runs, and she brought some respectability to the total. Experienced players Lizelle Lee, Ellyse Villani, and Mignon Du Preez will need to step up their game and help their team post a good total.
Their bowlers were unable to fight out the chase as the opposition won the match in just 14.1 overs. Molly Strano and Ruth Johnson picked up a wicket each in the match while Hayley Jenson bowled an economicall spell of 3-0-16-0 in the match.
Key Players: Heather Graham, Molly Strano, Lizelle Lee
Elyse Villani (c), Lizelle Lee (wk), Rachel Trenaman, Mignon du Preez, Heather Graham, Nicola Carey, Ruth Johnston, Naomi Stalenberg, Molly Strano, Hayley Jensen, Maisy Gibson
Naomi Stalenberg, Hayley Jensen, Molly Strano, Lizelle Lee, Ruth Johnston, Maisy Gibson, Nicola Carey, Heather Graham, Elyse Villani, Rachel Trenaman, Mignon du Preez
Sydney thunder batters have been below par so far with scores of 106/9 & 88/8 in the 2 matches played. Their top order was left struggling at 17/4 at the end of powerplay in the last game. Tahila McGrath (28 runs) and Anika Leayord (26 runs) put on the rebuilding act with 54-run partnership, but their lower order too fell like pins as they ended with just 88/8 on board last night.
Their bowlers did not have a fair chance to defend last night with a meagre total on board. Chloe Tryon picked the only wicket to fell while Sammy Jo-Johnson, Belinda Varekawa, and Lea Tahuhu bowled very economically giving runs at less than 6 RPO in their combined 10 overs.
Key players: Lea tahuhu, Tahila McGrath, Tammy Beaumount
Tammy Beaumont, Phoebe Litchfield, Anika Learoyd, Rachael Haynes (c), Chloe Tryon, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Tahlia Wilson (wk), Lea Tahuhu, Lauren Smith, Belinda Vakarewa, Samantha Bates
Lauren Smith, Phoebe Litchfield, Lea Tahuhu, Sammy Jo Johnson, Olivia Porter, Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Belinda Vakarewa, Tahlia Wilson, Samantha Bates, Rachael Haynes
Sydney will have bright and sunny weather on the match day with no chances of interruptions to enjoy a complete game of cricket.
Blacktown Stadium will have good placid track with some spice in it for both the batters and bowlers. The new ball will swing around, and batters will find it hard to time the ball early on. We expect the average scores to be around 130-140 runs in this match.
Last 2 matches played at this venue has been won by chasing teams and we expect both skippers to chase the total if they win the toss.
Hobart Hurricanes have a strong batting line-up with quality players in their top 7 with all-rounders to give depth and balance. They have a good mix of pace and spin bowling options in their playing XI. Sydney thunder lacks experienced players in the batting line-up especially the middle order. They have an experienced bowling attack, but they need a good score to defend on the board. We expect Hobart Hurricanes to win this match.
Hobart Hurricanes will win the match
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