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Sydney Sixers Womenvs
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Toss Winner - Sydney Sixers Women won the toss and chose to bat first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Sydney Sixers Women by 7 wickets
Sydney Sixers aim to continue their good run against Brisbane Heat!
Sydney Sixers to win the match!
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 | Format: T20 | Venue: North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
It’s the battle between the number three and number four teams from the points table. But at the moment, the tide seems to be running only one way. Sydney Sixers are looking like the team to beat in this tournament. It’s been a wonderful tournament so far for them. Barring the loss against the Brisbane Heat which seemed like an aberration, they’ve absolutely dominated this season so far.
Most of their wins have been comprehensive ones. In their last game, the Sixers thrashed Melbourne Stars by 45 runs. The star opening duo of Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy never got out and posted 199/0 in the 20 overs. The bowlers completed the formality to give the Sixers their fourth win of the season.
Meanwhile, Brisbane Heat has had a stop-start kind of a tournament. While they started in smashing fashion when they beat the Sixers by 92 runs, they lost a couple before pulling one back. In their last two games, they have one loss and a win, both against the Adelaide Strikers.
The Sydney Sixers have put in dominant performances in most of the games so far. Be it batting first or chasing, they’ve done both with relative ease. The batting responsibility has been shouldered by the Australian stars, Perry and Healy. In fact, the others haven’t got a lot of opportunities with the bat. Perry has amassed 279 runs at an average of 139.50 while the wicket-keeper bat has scored 199 runs at an average of 49.75 and a strike-rate of 159.20. Ashleigh Gardner has chipped indecently with some starts at No. 3.
The international star all-rounders like Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp haven’t had much to do with the bat. But they have contributed very nicely to the ball. The South African duo have shared 11 wickets between them. Sarah Aley and Gardner have also done well. Surprisingly, Perry has just three wickets from five games but she has been very tight and hasn’t given anything away. Hence, Sydney Sixers look strong and a well-balanced all-round side.
Ellyse Perry (c), Alyssa Healy (wk), Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Dane van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Maddy Darke, Lauren Smith, Sarah Aley, Hayley Silver-holmes, Stella Campbell
Maddy Darke, Stella Campbell, Jodie Hicks, Ellyse Perry, Marizanne Kapp, Alyssa Healy, Erin Burns, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Ashleigh Gardner, Sarah Aley, Dane van Niekerk
It’s all been one-way traffic with the bat for the Brisbane Heat too. Wicket-keeper bat Beth Mooney seems to be in a different zone altogether and has hit a big purple patch. She has already amassed 346 runs at an average of 86.50 and a strike-rate of 126.27. She has scored the fifties in four out of the six games so far. But that hasn’t been enough for the Heat as she hasn’t got a lot of support from the other end. Jess Jonassen is the best batter after Mooney. Laura Harris has promised quite a bit but hasn’t delivered.
The likes of Maddy Green and Amelia Kerr have been a touch disappointing. With the ball, it is pacer Sammy-Jo Johnson who is leading the wicket charts for the Heat. She has taken eight wickets so far at a strike-rate of 14.1. The likes of Jonassen (six wickets), Kerr (five wickets) and Delissa Kimmince (four wickets) have chipped in well.
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney (wk), Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Laura Harris, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Kirby Short (c), Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Mikayla Hinkley, Kirby Short, Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, Laura Harris, Georgia Prestwidge, Delissa Kimmince
Sydney is expected to be baked in sunlight. With this game being an afternoon start, the temperatures are most likely going to be at its peak during the day. With the sun beating down, conditions seem perfect for batting.
The North Sydney Oval in Sydney has already hosted three WBBL games so far this season. It is one of the most popular grounds for Women’s cricket in Australia. All three games this season produced relatively high scores in the first innings. The average first innings score in this season is 169.
While Brisbane Heat have preferred to chase, Sydney Sixers have dominated both ways. In the two games that they batted first, they won by big margins while they’ve chased well as well. Hence, they wouldn’t mind doing either first while the Heat have found success while chasing and thus, will want to field first.
Sydney Sixers are going very strong at the moment. However, their only loss came against Brisbane Heat when they were bowled out for 73 while chasing 165. But that seems like an aberration. With the firepower that they possess, Sydney Sixers look hard to beat at the moment. All three departments are clicking well.
Sydney Sixers to win the match!
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