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Perth Scorchers Womenvs
Brisbane Heat Women odds
Toss Winner - Brisbane Heat Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Perth Scorchers Women by 8 wickets
Confident Brisbane Heat primed to continue their winning streak against Perth Scorchers!
Brisbane Heat to win this game!
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 | Format: t20 | Venue: Drummoyne Oval, Sydney, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
When Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers face each other at the Drummoyne Oval on Sunday, it will be the case of two teams that have been in really good form. While it promises to be some riveting action, one has to wait and watch as to which team will blink first. At least, at this moment, it seems unlikely that Brisbane Heat will be that team. After all, Beth Mooney and the bowling attack have made Brisbane Heat a very formidable team.
On Saturday, Brisbane Heat crumbled to 63-5 after being asked to bat first but a couple of handy knocks from Laura Harris and Amelia Kerr helped the team reach 128-8 eventually. After that, Brisbane Heat used the tricky wicket to their advantage and stifled Sydney Thunder's batters. Jess Jonassen and Delissa Kimmince were the picks of the bowlers for the Heat as they won by a comfortable 32-run margin. On the other hand, Perth Scorchers sneaked in a couple of close wins against Sydney Thunder in their last two matches. While their batting didn’t particularly fire, the bowling attack led by the likes of Heather Graham and Kim Garth helped Scorchers to get two crucial victories.
The defending champions Brisbane Heat currently lead the points table with 12 points from 9 matches. After starting the season with two losses in three matches, Brisbane Heat has recovered superbly. While Beth Mooney has been in cracking form from the start of the tournament, it is been the improvement from the bowlers that has led to better fortunes for the team. Delissa Kimmince and Jess Jonassen, in particular, have stepped up with their bowling efforts.
While Kimmince has picked up 5 wickets in the last two matches, Jonassen starred for the side with 4 wickets against Sydney Thunder in a low-scoring match on Saturday. The duo have been complemented well by the likes of Sammy Jo-Johnson and Amelia Kerr too.
When it comes to their batting, Maddy Green and Jess Jonassen have come up with decent efforts here and there to support Mooney who has amassed 463 runs until now. Interestingly, Sammy Jo-Johnson was promoted to No.3 for the game against Sydney Thunder. After having a brilliant season with the bat last year, it remains to be seen whether Heat continues to use her as a pinch-hitter.
Beth Mooney (WK), Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short (C), Sammy Jo-Johnson, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
Meg Lanning, Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo, Nicole Bolton, Amy Ellen Jones, Georgia Redmayne, Heather Graham, Natalie Sciver, Kim Garth, Jemma Barsby, Samantha Betts
Perth Scorchers' success depends upon their three main run-scorers in the form of Amy Jones, Meg Lanning and Natalie Sciver. Each one of them has the capability to win a match on their own. So far, each one of them has mustered up more than 200 runs in the season and has also accounted for the Perth Scorchers' five fifties this year. Similar, their bowling has also revolved around a few players like Irish all-rounder Kim Garth and Heather Graham.
While Graham has picked up 9 wickets so far, she has also been contributing some useful runs in the middle-order to provide a lot of balance to the Scorchers line-up. However, all said and done, Perth Scorchers need some of their other bowlers to stand up and provide regular wickets if they are going to defeat Brisbane Heat on Sunday.
Amy Jones (WK), Georgia Redmayne, Meg Lanning (C), Nat Sciver, Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Jemma Barsby, Chloe Piparo, Kim Garth, Samantha Betts, Taneale Peschel.
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Kirby Short, Jess Jonassen, Mikayla Hinkley, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Prestwidge, Laura Harris
Curiously, the pitch that has been used so far has had a fair bit of grass covering. Beneath the green tinge, there are also several cracks which has ensured that the ball hasn’t come into the bat very well. The rest of the pitches in the square also wear a similar look and this means that bowlers will continue to rule at the Drummoyne Oval. They will also be helped by the fact that the outfield has been slightly on the slower side. Meanwhile, according to Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology, there is 50% chance for showers and a possible thunderstorm in the morning and afternoon hours.
The Drummoyne Oval is one of the many multi-sport grounds in the beautiful city of Sydney. The ground is usually used for cricket and Australian football with the with light towers being installed in 2013 as part of a massive development process.
Teams who have batted first in both the matches at this venue this season have gone onto win it in the end. So, we are not going to move away from the end and expect the two captains to favour batting first yet again. This should be the case because batting has become considerably difficult in the second inning in the last two matches.
We are not going for any gamble as the Brisbane Heat is a pretty well-oiled team. While their batting continues to be dependent on Beth Mooney making big scores, their bowling attack has ensured that the team can win with even a par total on the board. As a result, if Perth Scorchers are going to win this match, they would have to bowl out Brisbane Heat for a very low total.
Brisbane Heat to win this game!
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