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Brisbane Heat has lost its previous two matches after a superb win against the Sydney Sixers. That is not something the defending champions would have wanted and they are now under some serious pressure in WBBL 05.
They will now go up against the Hobart Hurricanes, another side that lost its previous match. Unlike the Heat, though, the Hurricanes lost by a narrow margin of three runs and were in the game for the large majority of the duration.
This contest is not expected to be the walkover it would have been last season.
Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat WBBL 05 is going to be played on the 27th of October 2019.
Two losses out of the three matches it has played would be making Brisbane Heat a bit nervous. It is important to get off to good starts in the WBBL since the fight for the playoff spots can be so close.
A bit troubling for Brisbane Heat would also be the fact that it is their bowling that has been ineffective in the last two matches. A failure to defend 150 and then just taking one wicket against the Perth Scorchers are not good signs for the Heat at all.
Brisbane is a team that depends on its bowling and the all-rounders in the middle to the bulk of the work. So far this season, neither of those things has been working as expected.
A few changes in the batting order for Brisbane Heat signify that they know they need to improve their batting quickly. Beth Mooney has been the best batter for Brisbane Heat but she has not had any significant support from any other player.
Grace Harris earned a promotion in the previous match and could get another go. Jess Jonassen is the other player that has shown some good batting form in these matches.
Two consecutive matches where the Brisbane Heat failed to defend close to 150 would have shaken the confidence of the bowling unit. Now, Amelia Kerr, Sammy Jo Johnson, and the rest will be under pressure to keep a talented Hobart Hurricanes side under control.
Things are far from dire for Brisbane Heat but they can’t afford to let things slip too much more.
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney, Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Laura Harris, Sammy Jo Johnson, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Kirby Short, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
Two wins against the Melbourne Stars in the first two matches were the perfect start for the Hobart Hurricanes women. They know, though, that the tougher changes still lie ahead.
An excellent bowling performance from Hobart Hurricanes to keep the Adelaide Strikers to just 113 should have been enough to bring it its third consecutive victory but the batting could not live up to the expectations.
Tayla Vlaeminck has been the standout bowler for the Hobart Hurricanes at this early stage and she continues to impress. She picked up two wickets and was well supported by Maisy Gibson and Nicola Carey.
This bowling attack has been very impressive and is going to ask questions against Brisbane Heat as well.
The main challenge ahead of the Hobart Hurricanes is going to get its batting in order. Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, and Nicola Carey are the three main batters in this side and it does not make any difference as to where they bat in the order but these are the three that have to score the bulk of the runs.
They moved a bit lower in the order to probably try and lengthen the batting but it did not work out as planned.
Nicola Carey, Stefanie Daffara, Erin Fazackerley, Fran Wilson, Heather Knight, Corinne Hall, Maisy Gibson, Chloe Tryon, Tayla Vlaeminck, Emily Smith, Belinda Vakarewa.
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The pitch at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane has been a bit slow. That is surprising and out of character for Brisbane where the surfaces are hard and bouncy. It is unlikely that the groundsman is going to to be able to change things drastically in the span of a few hours.
The weather is expected to be very good for cricket and cause no interruptions.
We think the defending champions are the favorites going into this match although their batting is going to have to work harder than it has been in this tournament. The Hobart Hurricanes are struggling with batting problems of their own and this could open the door for Brisbane Heat to get ahead.
Bet on Brisbane Heat to win.
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