Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat Women
WBBL T20 Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 16 Nov, 01:40 PM (IST)
Series: WBBL T20 Match 49
Venue: North Sydney Oval – Sydney, Australia
SS-W vs BH-W Dream11 Prediction:
- Alyssa Healy has scored 138 runs from her last two innings and is a vastly experienced big-game batter. She is well worth backing as Sydney Sixers Women’s highest run scorer in this match.
- Lauren Cheatle took 3-21 in her last appearance at the North Sydney Oval and she is a strong choice for Sydney Sixers Women’s top wicket taker against Brisbane Heat Women.
- Leg-spinner Amelia Kerr should get some turn from this surface and she is our pick for Brisbane Heat Women’s top wicket taker against Sydney Sixers Women.
SS-W vs BH-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 North Sydney Oval. This is a good batting wicket with a par score over 165 in Sydney. Spinners have been the most successful bowlers on this pitch in the tournament so far.
Team Form in the Last Five Matches:
W, W, NR, L, W
W, L, W, W, W
SS-W vs BH-W TEAM NEWS:
SS-W Team News:
Top of the table Sydney Sixers Women take on their nearest challengers in this fixture. The Sixers have won eight of their 11 matches with their most recent victory coming from the last ball against Perth Scorchers in Match 42 at the Junction Oval.
BH-W Team News:
A narrow two run (DLS) win over Adelaide Strikers Women in their last game saw Brisbane Heat Women put some daylight between themselves and the teams beneath them in the table. They have 16 points from 12 games and are in second place with two group-stage matches left.
SS-W vs BH-W Pre-Toss LineUps:
Alyssa Healy (wk)
Ellyse Perry (c)
Ellie Johnston (wk)
Jess Jonassen (c)
Whenever the top two meet in any league game, you can always expect some additional attention and pressure on the fixture. This will be no different with both sides having enjoyed very strong campaigns so far. We are predicting a close match but expect the Sydney Sixers Women’s batting line-up to be the difference between the teams. Overall, we expect to see Sydney Sixers Women win the game.
Sydney Sixers Women are favorites to beat Brisbane Heat Women
Sydney Sixers Women:
Keeper-batter Alyssa Healy hit the first century of the 2022 WBBL on a good batting wicket in Melbourne against Perth Scorchers Women on Sunday. She hit 107 runs from 64 balls and hit a four from the final ball to win the match. Healy, skipper Ellyse Perry and opener Suzie Bates will all be relishing the opportunity to bat on this pitch.
On a tough bowling wicket against a strong Perth Scorchers Women batting line-up, Lauren Cheatle and Ellyse Perry took a wicket each with Ashleigh Gardner getting two dismissals. English spinner Sophie Ecclestone has taken only one wicket from her last four matches but this surface should suit her style of bowling.
Sydney Sixers Women have lost only one of their last seven fixtures in this tournament.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Brisbane Heat Women will be hoping the additional two days rest from their last game will be enough to see Georgia Redmayne recover from her hamstring injury. She is their leading run scorer in the tournament and her consistent scoring was missed in the last match.
Defending 10 runs from the final over, New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr conceded only seven runs and dismissed Darcie Brown from the final ball of the innings to secure the win in the last game. Kerr finished with figures of 3-26 and her strength of character will be vital on the batter friendly wicket in North Sydney.
Brisbane Heat Women have won four of their last five 2022 WBBL matches.
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Sydney Sixers Women:
Suzie Bates, Alyssa Healy (wk), Ellyse Perry (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Nicole Bolton, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Peterson, Angelina Genford, Lauren Cheatle, Jade Allen, Stella Campbell, Emma Hughes, Maitlan Brown, Angela Reakes.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Voll, Grace Harris, Amelia Kerr, Charli Knott, Laura Harris, Ellie Johnston (wk), Jess Jonassen (c), Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel, Jess Kerr, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Redmayne, Pooja Vastrakar, Zoe Cooke, Grace Parsons, Lucy Hamilton.