Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat Women
WBBL T20 Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 04 Nov, 10:00 AM (IST)
Series: WBBL T20 Match 29
Venue: Bellerive Oval – Hobart, Australia
ST-W vs BH-W Dream11 Prediction:
- Phoebe Litchfield has scored runs when the rest of her team have been unable to in this tournament and she is our tip for Sydney Thunder Women’s highest run scorer against Brisbane Heat Women.
- No player has taken more wickets than Jess Jonassen in the 2022 WBBL and the spinner is a strong choice for Brisbane Heat Women’s top wicket taker in this match.
- Georgia Redmayne is the leading run scorer in the competition and the opener is our pick for Brisbane Heat Women’s highest run scorer against Sydney Thunder Women.
ST-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 Blundstone Arena, Hobart. Overall we expect the bowlers to dominate on a tough batting wicket in Tasmania. Any score over 145 will be very hard to chase down.
Team Form in the Last Five Matches:
L, L, W, W, W
L, NR, L, NR,W
ST-W vs BH-W TEAM NEWS:
ST-W Team News:
It has been a struggle for Sydney Thunder Women in this year’s WBBL so far with Melbourne Renegades Women the only team below them in the table at the time of writing. Two of their eight matches have been no-results and they desperately need a win in Hobart to kick start their season.
BH-W Team News:
Defeats against Perth Scorchers Women and Adelaide Strikers Women have seen Brisbane Heat Women drop down the table to fourth place after an impressive opening run of results. It was a tight three run defeat to Perth Scorchers Women and Heat will be confident of getting back to winning ways against the lowly Thunder.
ST-W vs BH-W Pre-Toss LineUps:
Amy Jones (wk)
Rachael Haynes (c)
Georgia Redmayne (wk)
Jess Jonassen (c)
Brisbane Heat Women’s players top the wicket takers and run scorers list in this tournament and we expect them to be far too good for Sydney Thunder Women in Hobart. Although Brisbane Heat Women have lost their last two matches, player for player, they are a level above Sydney Thunder Women and we are predicting a win for Brisbane Heat Women.
Brisbane Heat Women are favorites to beat Sydney Thunder Women
Sydney Thunder Women:
Looking to chase down a target of 164 on Wednesday, Sydney Thunder Women could only post 148-7 at the North Sydney Oval against Sydney Sixers Women. Rachael Haynes top scored with 37 runs in that match but Phoebe Litchfield comes into this game at the Blundstone Arena after hitting 199 runs so far in the tournament.
Samantha Bates and Lauren Smith both took two wickets against top of the table Sydney Sixers Women in the Sydney derby. Smith has taken eight wickets from her last three appearances and the off-spinner will be looking forward to bowling on this bowler friendly surface in Hobart.
Sydney Thunder Women have won only one game across the entire 2022 WBBL.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Chasing 141 to win their last game, Brisbane Heat Women were looking good on 74-2 at the start of the 13th over but the wickets tumbled quicker than the runs for the rest of the innings. They ended on 137-7 and the low confidence of the batting unit could be tested again on this pitch.
Spinner and captain Jess Jonassen took 3-22 against Perth Scorchers Women to take her tally up to 13 wickets for the tournament. Amelia Kerr and Nicola Hancock have both taken 10 wickets each and Sydney Thunder Women’s batters will not be looking forward to facing this bowling attack on this pitch.
Brisbane Heat Women have lost their last two matches in the tournament.
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Sydney Thunder Women:
Amy Jones (wk), Phoebe Litchfield, Anika Learoyd, Rachael Haynes (c), Chloe Tryon, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Olivia Porter, Lea Tahuhu, Lauren Smith, Belinda Vakarewa, Samantha Bates, Tammy Beaumont, Tahlia Wilson, Hannah Darlington, Jessica Davidson, Corinne Hall.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Redmayne (wk), Grace Harris, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Charli Knott, Laura Harris, Jess Jonassen (c), Pooja Vastrakar, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel, Lucy Hamilton, Grace Parsons, Ellie Johnston, Jess Kerr, Zoe Cooke, Mikayla Hinkley.