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Sydney Thunder Womenvs
Brisbane Heat Women odds
Toss Winner - Sydney Thunder Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Brisbane Heat Women beat Sydney Thunder Women by 32 runs
Brisbane Heat Women would aim to stay supreme in WBBL 2019 rankings! We expect Brisbane Heat Women to win!
We expect Brisbane Heat Women to win!
Tournament: WOMENS BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 | Format: T20 | Venue: Drummoyne Oval, Sydney, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
Defending champions Brisbane Heat Women would be beaming with confidence as they take on Sydney Thunders in the 34th match of WBBL 2019. Led by Kirby Short, the Heat have won five out of eight matches and are currently placed at the top spot in the points tally.
On the other hand, Sydney Thunder Women would look to grapple a win by whatsoever margin in the forthcoming game versus the Brisbane Heat Women. The Rachael Haynes-captained side has lost their last two matches and could be expected to deploy a change of tactics in the highly-anticipated encounter.
Sydney Thunder Women have a great chance of qualifying into the playoffs. The top-order comprising of skipper Rachael Haynes, Naomi Stalenberg, and wicket-keeper Rachel Priest would hold the key for Thunder Women in getting a solid start in the coming encounter. Nida Dar looked in a great nick in the previous contest and along with Alex Blackwell could be expected to hold the innings from one end in the game against Heat.
Bowling wise, the team would be banking on the trio of Samantha Bates, Rene Farrell for ensuring the early breakthroughs. Pacers Lisa Griffith and Hannah Darlington shouldn’t be forgotten as they could pose a threat to the opposition if not tacked early.
Racheal Haynes (c), Nida Dar, Alex Blackwell, Rachel Priest (wk), Rene Farrell, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates, Naomi Stalenberg, Tahlia Wilson, Lisa Griffith, Hannah Darlington
Alex Blackwell, Phoebe Litchfield, Shabnim Ismail, Hannah Darlington, Lisa Griffith, Rene Farrell, Nida Dar, Tahlia Wilson, Rachel Priest, Sam Bates, Rachael Haynes
Brisbane Heat Women are on a roll this season and would hope to continue their winning momentum in the coming games as well. Beth Mooney and Maddy Green have been in great touch at the moment, and along with Jess Jonassen form a solid batting trio for the upcoming feud.
Delissa Kimmince scalped three wickets in the outing against Melbourne Women and along with Sammy Jo-Johnson would look to emulate a stupendous show in the game against Thunder Women.
Jess Jonassen, Beth Mooney (wk), Delissa Kimmince, Grace Harris, Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Kirby Short (C), Mikalya Hinkley, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Courtney Grace Sippel, Laura Harris
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Kirby Short, Jess Jonassen, Mikayla Hinkley, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Prestwidge, Laura Harris
The temperature would be gliding between 23-26 degrees Celsius. A complete 40-overs of play could be expected in the coming encounter.
Any score above 150 would be a feasible score at this venue. The batters are bound to benefit as the game progresses.
The toss winning captain should consider to bowl first on this occasion. The majority of matches played at the venue have been won by the team batting second, and taking into consideration the dew factor, it would be a feasible decision to face the ball in the later stages of the contest.
Brisbane Heat Women have been terrific run so far and a sure-shot favorite for the upcoming duel. With the form favoring the Kirby Short-led side at the moment, one shouldn’t be surprised if the tourists manage to outshine the hosts by gigantic proportions in the coming encounter.
We expect Brisbane Heat Women to win!
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