Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder Women
WBBL T20 Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 18 Oct, 01:35 PM (IST)
Series: WBBL T20 Match 10
Venue: Blacktown International Sportspark – Sydney
HB-W vs ST-W Dream11 Prediction:
- Heather Graham has been Hobart Hurricanes Women’s most consistent batter in this campaign and she is our pick for their highest run scorer in this match.
- Molly Strano has enjoyed bowling on this turning surface and she is our tip for Hobart Hurricanes Women’s top wicket taker against Sydney Thunder Women.
- Chloe Tryon is a very experienced spinner who has impressed so far in the tournament. She is a strong choice for Sydney Thunder Women’s top wicket taker in this game.
HB-W vs ST-W Live Streaming:
The match will be live telecast on Fancode.
Weather & Pitch Report:
The weather will be clean with slight cloud. But there is no chances of rain, We can expect a good match between the two sides.
The match will be played at the Blacktown ISP Oval, Sydney. Spin bowlers will once again be a major threat on this pitch which will turn and bounce.
Team Form in the Last Five Matches:
L, W, W, W, L
L, L, L, W, L
HB-W vs ST-W TEAM NEWS:
HB-W Team News:
Hopes were high for Hobart Hurricanes Women after they beat Sydney Thunder Women in Match 2 on Friday but they were well beaten by the 2021 WBBL Champions Perth Scorchers Women on Monday evening, losing the match by eight wickets with 35 balls remaining.
ST-W Team News:
It has not been a good start for Sydney Thunder Women in the 2022 WBBL. They lost their opening match to Hobart Hurricanes Women before losing to Perth Scorchers by nine wickets with 31 balls remaining. Their last win the WBBL was against Brisbane Heat Women in November 2021.
HB-W vs ST-W Pre-Toss LineUps:
Elyse Villani (c)
Lizelle Lee (wk)
Mignon du Preez
Rachael Haynes (c)
Tahlia Wilson (wk)
These teams went head to head last Friday with Hobart Hurricanes Women coming out on top but both sides have since been well beaten by Perth Scorchers Women. Sydney Thunder Women have been the poorer team so far and we are backing Hobart Hurricanes Women to win this clash.
Hobart Hurricanes Women are favorites to beat Sydney Thunder Women
Hobart Hurricanes Women:
Heather Graham is the only batter for Hobart Hurricanes Women who has scored over 50 runs in the tournament so far. She hit 35 from 28 balls, including three fours and two sixes in the defeat to Perth Scorchers Women. Captain Elyse Villani has scored only three runs from 15 balls so far but is a talented batter.
The only wicket takers on Monday for Hobart Hurricanes Women were spinners Molly Strano and Ruth Johnston who got a dismissal each. Strano now has four wickets in the tournament but Heather Graham, who took 3-18 against Sydney Thunder Women, recorded figures of 0-17 from 2.1 overs.
Hobart Hurricanes Women had won three in a row before their heavy defeat to Perth Scorchers Women.
Perth Scorchers Women:
After only three batters made double figure scores against Hobart Hurricanes Women on Thursday, the Sydney Thunder Women’s batting line-up could only produce two double figure scores on Monday. Keeper-batter Tahlia Wilson (28 runs) and Anika Learoyd (26 runs).
Sydney Thunder Women have taken only six wickets across their opening two matches and their bowling is a worry for the team management. South African left-arm spinner Chloe Tryon has taken three of those wickets and is the only player in the side to have dismissed a batter in each match.
Sydney Thunder Women have lost three successive matches in the WBBL.
Grand League Team: Pre-Toss
Hobart Hurricanes Women:
Lizelle Lee(w), Elyse Villani(c), Rachel Trenaman, Mignon du Preez, Heather Graham, Ruth Johnston, Nicola Carey, Naomi Stalenberg, Molly Strano, Hayley Jensen, Maisy Gibson, Issy Wong, Emma Manix-Geeves, Amy Smith, Julia Cavanough, Hayley Silver-holmes.
Sydney Thunder Women:
Tammy Beaumont, Phoebe Litchfield, Rachael Haynes(c), Chloe Tryon, Tahlia Wilson(w), Anika Learoyd, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Lea Tahuhu, Lauren Smith, Belinda Vakarewa, Samantha Bates, Amy Jones, Corinne Hall, Hannah Darlington, Olivia Porter, Samuel Bates, Jessica Davidson.