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Toss Winner - Brisbane Heat Women won the toss and chose to bat first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Sydney Thunder Women by 14 runs
Brisbane Heat's hunt for second win of the season against Thunder
Brisbane Heat Women to win
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Bellerive Oval ( Blundstone Arena ), Hobart, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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Sydney Thunder Women need to find their form as they play the Brisbane Heat Women in the 29th game of Women's Big Bash League 2022. Thunder Women lost the Sydney derby against the Sydney Sixers Women and currently sit seventh on the points table. Brisbane Heat also comes into this game with a loss against the Perth Scorchers Women, and they would look for a better performance.
Sydney Thunder Women have won only once in this tournament after playing eight games. The side would be low on confidence as key players have failed to show consistency. Brisbane Heat had defeated Thunder earlier in the season, and they would look to draw inspiration from that victory. A win for Brisbane would strengthen their claim for a berth in the semifinals.
Rachael Haynes' side further dented its hopes of qualifying for the semifinals with a 15-run loss against the Sydney Sixers Women. The team has struggled with its form since the start of the season. It will take a lot of heart for them to make it to the next round, and Haynes shall be desperate for her players to hit form
Tammy Beaumont and Phoebe Litchfield must convert their starts as it has been one of the problem areas for the team. Haynes must hold the middle order together and add runs with Chole Tryon and Sammy-Jo Johnson. The side would also expect Olivia Porter, Lauren Smith, and Hannah Darlington to contribute runs in the lower middle order.
Their bowlers haven't put the batters in trouble. Samantha Bates and Sammy-Jo Johnson shall have an important task with the new ball. Belinda Vakarewa and Darlington have to bowl tight spells in the middle overs. The side would also like a good show from Chloe Tryon and Lauren Smith.
Rachael Haynes (c), Tammy Beaumont, Phoebe Litchfield, Amy Jones (wk), Chloe Tryon, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Olivia Porter, Hannah Darlington, Lauren Smith, Belinda Vakarewa, Samantha Bates
Chloe Tryon, Phoebe Litchfield, Lea Tahuhu, Sammy Jo Johnson, Olivia Porter, Tammy Beaumont, Belinda Vakarewa, Tahlia Wilson, Samantha Bates, Hannah Darlington, Rachael Haynes
Back-to-back losses have hurt the campaign for Jess Jonassen's side. The Perth Scorchers Women denied them a win in the last game. The side looked all set for a win to fall short of the target by 3 runs. They have been pushed to the fourth spot on the points table. Jonassen would look to regain form in this game, as they had defeated the Thunder Women earlier in the season.
Georgia Redmayne and Danielle Wyatt have struggled with consistency, and the pair shall have to deliver a good start in this game. Grace Harris, Georgia Voll, and Amelia Kerr strengthen the middle order and shall look to score runs in this contest. Laura Harris and Jess Jonassen shall look to add quick runs in the lower middle order.
Courtney Sippel and Nicola Hancock shall look for early wickets, as the Thunder Women batters haven't looked in the best shape so far. Jonassen has bowled well so far, and it will add to her confidence. Charli Knott, Pooja Vastrakar, and Amelia Kerr make it a good bowling attack.
Jess Jonassen (c), Grace Harris, Georgia Redmayne (wk), Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Laura Harris, Charli Knott, Pooja Vastrakar, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel
Grace Harris, Courtney Sippel, Danielle Wyatt, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Nicola Hancock, Charli Knott, Georgia Redmayne, Laura Kimmince Harris, Pooja Vastrakar
There would be odd clouds over Hobart on November 4. The pitch will be good to bat. The new ball would move around a bit in the early overs, and the bowlers have to make an impact in the early overs. The side batting first will have to target a score of 160 runs to feel comfortable on this surface.
Bellerive Oval, Hobart, is a small ground, and batters have enjoyed scoring runs here. The shorter boundaries around the square allow batsmen to free their arms quickly. Fast bowlers get early assistance, but spinners have struggled to make an impact in the games.
Setting up a score on this track would be challenging as the ball would do a bit in the early overs. Bowling first is seen as a safer option in T20 cricket, so we believe the side that wins the toss is likely to opt for bowling first here.
Sydney Thunder Women have won just one game, and they need to make a turnaround to keep their hopes alive for a berth in the next round. Their batters have to show their character for the side to win this game. Brisbane Heat Women have done better despite losing the last two games. They have their batters in good form, which will put them ahead of Sydney Thunder Women in this contest.
Brisbane Heat Women to win
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