Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers Women
Women WBBL T20 Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 13 Oct, 02:10 PM (IST)
Series: Women’s WBBL T20 Match
Venue: Harrup Park – Mackay, Australia
BH-W vs SS-W Dream11 Prediction:
- Danni Wyatt will attack from the first ball in this game and we are backing her to be Brisbane Heat’s highest run scorer in this match.
- Jess Jonassen keeps the runs down and forces mistakes from batters in this format. She is our pick for Brisbane Heat’s top wicket taker against Sydney Sixers.
- Ellyse Perry has been one of Australia’s greatest female cricketers over the years. She is a strong choice for Sydney Sixers’ highest run scorer against Brisbane Heat.
BH-W vs SS-W Live Streaming:
The match will be live telecast on Fancode.
Weather & Pitch Report:
The weather will be clean and there are no chances of rain.
The match will be played at the Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay. There will be something in the pitch for the seam bowlers and hitting sixes will be hard work for the batters.
BH-W vs SS-W TEAM NEWS:
BH-W Team News:
With eight wins from 14 group stage games, Brisbane Heat finished in third place in the WBBL table last year. They proceeded to the playoffs but were knocked out in the Eliminator by Adelaide Strikers who went all the way to the final.
SS-W Team News:
It was a very disappointing WBBL campaign for Sydney Sixers Women last year. They won only four matches, lost nine games and finished bottom of the table with only nine points. They were six points behind fourth placed Adelaide Strikers and a place in the playoffs.
BH-W vs SS-W Pre-Toss LineUps:
BH-W vs SS-W Team Updates:
BH-W Team Updates
- Brisbane Heat finished the group stage campaign in the third position with 17 points from 14 matches last season. But they lost the Eliminator clash against Adelaide Strikers Women.
- Wicketkeeper batter Georgia Redmayne scored the highest 437 runs and captain Jess Jonassen took 21 wickets for Brisbane Heat last season.
- Brisbane Heat have drafted in star all-rounders Amelia Kerr and Pooja Vastrakar alongside Jess Kerr and Danielle Wyatt for this season.
- Grace Harris and Georgia Redmayne will probably open the inning.
- Danielle Wyatt will bat at the one-down position.
- Amelia Kerr and Georgia Voll will handle the middle-order batting.
- Jess Jonassen will lead the Brisbane Heat Women as a Captain. She is also a good Alrounder
- Georgia Redmayne will do the Wicket Keeping for Brisbane Heat Women.
- Amelia Kerr and Jess Jonassen will take care of the spin bowling of her team.
- Jess Kerr and Courtney Sippel will lead the pace attack of her team.
SS-W Team Updates
- Sydney Sixers finished the 2021 edition in the last position in the table with just four wins in 14 group-stage matches.
- The star captain Ellyse Perry scored the highest 358 runs and pacer Lauren Cheatle took 10 wickets last year.
- This season, they have roped in world-class English bowler Sophie Ecclestone, which can be a big boost for the Sixers. Brisbane Heat have won four of their last five matches against Sydney Sixers and are favorites to win the opening clash on Thursday.
- Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry will probably open the inning.
- Nicole Bolton will bat at the one-down position.
- Suzie Bates and Ashleigh Gardner will handle the middle-order batting.
- Ellyse Perry will lead the Sydney Sixers Women as a Captain. She is also a good Batsman
- Alyssa Healy will do the Wicket Keeping for Sydney Sixers Women.
- Ashleigh Gardner and Sophie Ecclestone will take care of the spin bowling of her team.
- Lauren Cheatle and Stella Campbell will lead the pace attack of her team.
Pakistan Women were dominant over Sri Lanka Women in the final group stage game and it will take a huge turnaround from the Sri Lankans if they are to win and qualify for the final. We are predicting a slightly closer contest but are backing Pakistan Women to beat Sri Lanka Women again.
Brisbane Heat Women are favorites to beat Sydney Sixers Women
Brisbane Heat Women:
Brisbane Heat was impressive during the last campaign and have made some strong new additions with the bat. England’s Danni Wyatt, who impressed in a recent series against India, has joined and we expect New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr to also be one of their top run scorers.
Captain Jess Jonassen took 21 wickets at an average of 14.90 in the 2021-22 competition with only Adelaide Strikers’ Amanda Wellington getting more dismissals. Off-spinning all-rounder Grace Harris will also be a threat on spinning wickets.
Brisbane Heat had a very strong middle part of last year’s WBBL but lost three of their last four games.
Sydney Sixers Women:
Elyse Perry will captain the side again this year and she was one of a few positives from the 2021-22 competition. The all-rounder hit 358 runs at an average of 35.80 although she will look to improve on her strike rate of 91.32. With more runs around her, expect her to play in a more attacking manner.
Lauren Cheatle was the top wicket-taker for Sydney Sixers Women in the last campaign but she only took 10 wickets from eight games. England spinner Sophie Ecclestone has had a very strong year across all formats and will be a threat on all surfaces.
Sydney Sixers lost only two of their last five matches and will look to bring that form into this year’s tournament.
Grand League Team: Pre-Toss
Brisbane Heat Women:
Grace Harris, Georgia Redmayne(WK), Danielle Wyatt, Amelia Kerr, Georgia Voll, Laura Harris, Jess Jonassen(C), Mikayla Hinkley, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel, Jess Kerr, Lucy Hamilton, Grace Parsons, Pooja Vastrakar, Ellie Johnston, Charli Knott.
Sydney Sixers Women:
Alyssa Healy(WK), Ellyse Perry(C), Nicole Bolton, Suzie Bates, Ashleigh Gardner, Hannah Trethewey(WK), Erin Burns, Maitlan Brown, Sophie Ecclestone, Jade Allen, Lauren Cheatle, Stella Campbell, Kate Peterson, Angelina Glenford.