Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women 27 Nov 2019 13th t20 Match Prediction 27 Nov 2019

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Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women 27 Nov 2019 13th t20 Match Prediction

2019-11-28

Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia

Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia
Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane Heat Women

9.15 183/4 in 20.0
9.74 185/4 in 19.0

Melbourne Renegades Women

9.15 183/4 in 20.0
9.74 185/4 in 19.0 Cricbettingbuzz
Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia
Cricbettingbuzz Toss Winner - Melbourne Renegades Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Cricbettingbuzz Melbourne Renegades Women beat Brisbane Heat Women by 6 wickets

Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women cricket betting odds

BHW 1.57
MLRW 2.25

BHW vs MLRW Prediction

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Brisbane Heat Women look to continue their dominating run!

  • Brisbane Heat Women are on a sensational winning spree and are the table toppers at the moment
  • Melbourne Renegades Women have been inconsistent with decent batting and an average bowling unit
  • Brisbane Heat Women have all bases covered and look favorites for this match

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Match Preview

Brisbane Heat Women have been the team to beat in the Women's Big Bash League 2019. They are at the top of the table currently with 9 wins and 3 losses in 12 games at a Net Run Rate of +0.799. They have been on an outstanding victory spree and have now won 7 games on the trot. The defending champs are now well on their way to make it to their second consecutive final and will be overwhelming favorites in the game against Melbourne Renegades Women. The two teams clashed earlier in the tournament where Brisbane registered a comfortable 12-run win.

Melbourne Renegades Women, meanwhile, have had an average tournament so far. With 5 wins and 6 losses in 11 games, they are placed 5th in the points table right now at a Net Run Rate of -0.028. The game against Brisbane will be crucial if Melbourne hopes to make it to the semis this time. They will need a win and improve their run rate as well. However, the back-to-back-losses in the last two games, along with the form Brisbane is in, will be worrying the team management.

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Teams Preview

Brisbane Heat Women

Brisbane Heat Women will be confident of getting past Melbourne Renegades Women in this match. A balanced middle-order and a solid bowling unit certainly gives them an edge and has kept them steady throughout the tournament. Playing at home gives them a further advantage.

Opener Beth Mooney, with 536 runs in games at an average of 67, has been an absolute superstar for Brisbane this season and has regularly given them great starts to capitalize on. Mooney has already struck 6 fifties and would be eager to continue her form in this game. The other players to watch out for from the team would be opener Maddy Green (227 runs in 12 matches), Jess Jonassen (287 runs in 12 matches) and Grace Harris (159 runs in 12 matches). With such a solid and in-form batting lineup, Brisbane doesn't have much to worry about.

Brisbane's bowlers too have been in great form with left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen (17 wickets) leading the pack. Seam bowlers Sammy-Jo Johnson (16 wickets) and Delissa Kimmince (15 wickets) have done a splendid job upfront. These three, along with Kiwi leg-spinner Amelia Kerr form a great bowling unit and will pose some serious challenges to Melbourne. Captain Kirby Short has been short of runs herself but has led the side ably enough.

Brisbane Heat Women Actual Playing XI:

Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Kirby Short, Jess Jonassen, Mikayla Hinkley, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Prestwidge, Laura Harris

Brisbane Heat Women Key Players From Previous Game
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
G Harris 43 27 5 2 159.26
J Jonassen 29 20 5 0 145
M Green 24 25 4 0 96
Bowlers O M R W Econ
D Kimmince 4.0 0 30 2 7.5
A Kerr 4.0 0 16 2 4
S Jo Johnson 4.0 0 25 1 6.25
Bowlers O M R W Econ
D Kimmince 4.0 0 30 2 7.5
A Kerr 4.0 0 16 2 4
S Jo Johnson 4.0 0 25 1 6.25
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Brisbane Heat Women Predicted Playing XI

Beth Mooney (WK), Maddy Green, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Amelia Kerr, Kirby Short (C), Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Prestwidge, Charli Knott

Melbourne Renegades Women

Melbourne Renegades Women are coming off defeats against Melbourne Stars Women and Brisbane Heat Women. With just 5 wins under their belt, captain Jessica Duffin has much to ponder over. Their batting has been good but inconsistent. Opener Danielle Wyatt of England has been their top-scorer of the season so far with 331 runs in 11 matches. Captain Jess Duffin has been great form too - 321 runs in 10 matches. Tammy Beaumont's presence has been reassuring for the team but the likes of Courtney Webb and Josephine Dooley would need to make stronger contributions if the team hopes to stop Brisbane. Anna Lanning's swashbuckling 73 as an opener in her very first game of the season in Melbourne's last match against Melbourne Stars Women is a good sign and she might prove to be useful in this match.

Melbourne Renegades' bowling could be much better than it has been this season. Apart from Molly Strano (15 wickets) and Maitlan Brown (13 wickets), the others haven't really been among the wickets. Even these two were smashed all over in the last match. Seamer Lea Tahuhu's spell of 2-26 in the last match was a good one and the team will hope that these three bowlers combine to put up their best show against Brisbane.

Melbourne Renegades Women Actual Playing XI:

Anna Lanning, Molly Strano, Danielle Wyatt, Lea Tahuhu, Maitlan Brown, Tammy Beaumont, Carly Leeson, Courtney Webb, Jess Duffin, Georgia Wareham, Josie Dooley

Melbourne Renegades Women Key Players From Previous Game
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
A Lanning 73 49 8 2 148.98
T Beaumont 39 36 3 0 108.33
J Duffin 35 17 5 1 205.88
Bowlers O M R W Econ
L Tahuhu 4.0 0 26 2 6.5
G Wareham 4.0 0 41 1 10.25
D Wyatt 3.0 0 15 0 5
Bowlers O M R W Econ
L Tahuhu 4.0 0 26 2 6.5
G Wareham 4.0 0 41 1 10.25
D Wyatt 3.0 0 15 0 5
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Melbourne Renegades Women Predicted Playing XI

Tammy Beaumont, Anna Lanning, Danielle Wyatt, Jess Duffin (C), Josephine Dooley (WK), Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Lea Tahuhu, Molly Strano

Pitch And Weather Conditions

The Allan Border Field in Brisbane is generally a slow surface but remains true throughout the game. The pitch will aid the seam bowlers but batsmen who get their eye in will also enjoy batting. This is likely to be a low-scoring game and the team batting first would look to post a total in the range of 130-140. The average score batting first on this venue is 145 while batting second the average score is 149. There has been some rain in Brisbane over the last few days but the weather for the match day is expected to be clear but windy. Seamers should get some help in the initial few overs because of the moisture in the air.

Venue Details

The Allan Border Field has produced some low-scoring contests this season and has stayed true to its character. The batsmen will have a chance to make an impression in the first 6-odd overs after which the pitch will slow down. Seamers have done a good job here and they should be the ones dictating the terms in this game.

Toss Prediction

The team winning the toss should bowl first as the Allan Border Field is a good chasing venue. Out of the 4 games that have been played on this venue this season, 3 have been won by the team batting second. It goes without saying that both the teams would be looking to chase and restrict the opposition to a modest total.

Winning Prediction

Brisbane Heat Women look too strong at the moment and are on a sensational seven-game winning spree. They have almost all bases covered and look good both in the batting and bowling departments. Playing at home, the table-toppers and the defending champions look like overwhelming favorites for this match.

Melbourne Renegades Women might put up a fight. But the only genuine chance they have if they stop Brisbane to a below-par score by disrupting their top and middle-order. Otherwise, they are staring at their 3rd consecutive loss.

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