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And finally, here we are. We have our top four teams in the 2019 edition of Women's Big Bash League, Adelaide Strikers, Perth Scorchers, Brisbane Heat, and Melbourne Renegades, and we will witness the two semifinals on 7th December, both of those to be played at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane. Brisbane Heat are set to take on Melbourne Renegades in the second semifinal, which is to be played right after the conclusion of the match between the Strikers and the Scorchers. It has been a roller-coaster ride for Renegades in the tournament so far, but they appear to be peaking just at the right moment. Brisbane Heat, on the other hand, did well throughout the competition and they finished the league stage on a high as well. We certainly have a cracker of a contest on the cards on Saturday.
Brisbane Heat finished at the top of the ladder with a win over Melbourne Stars in their final league encounter and secured the hosting rights for the final. The win pushed them over Adelaide Strikers on the ladder, leaving with both teams tied on 20 points and Brisbane Heat ending up ahead on the net run-rate. They had a net run-rate of 0.723, which speaks volumes about the kind of dominance they exhibited through the course of the competition.
Towards the end of their league stage campaign, Brisbane Heat suffered a deflating loss against Melbourne Renegades, the same team they are going to face in the semifinal, but gained some ground back in their last match, against the Renegades.
Bowling first in a rain-curtained encounter, Brisbane Heat bowlers bowled brilliantly to not only contain the explosive top-order of Melbourne Stars, but also pick up wickets at the regular intervals. Legspinner Amelia Kerr was the pick of their bowlers as she finished with impressive figures of 2 wickets for four runs in her two overs. Jess Jonassen also contributed with two wickets to her name. The spin duo of Brisbane Heat brought them back into the game after Lizelle Lee and Elyse Villani got Stars off to a flying start. The chase proved to be a non-issue for Brisbane Heat as Beth Mooney played yet another fanatastic knock to guide her team to a victory.
Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
Not long ago, Melbourne Renegades were staring at an early exit from the tournament, but thanks to superb team-effort, they made it to the semifinals with considerable ease. Three wins in their last three matches pushed them to the fourth spot on the ladder as they edged Sydney Sixers with two points. Renegades finished with 16 points to their name with eight wins and a net run-rate of 0.117.
A big win in their last encounter, which was against Sydney Thunder, not only helped the Renegades with the points but also boosted significantly boosted their net run-rate. Batting first on a relatively slower wicket, Melbourne Renegades labored their way to 151. Jess Duffin once again proved her worth as she smashed yet another half-century and helped her team post a competitive total on the board. Danni Wyatt provided her with excellent support as she smashed 41 off just 31 deliveries. Considering that the Renegades were reeling with 2 down for just 6 runs at one time, a score of 151 was a blessing.
Their bowlers ensured that the effort of Danni Wyatt and Jess Duffin does not go in vain. Renegades strangled the Thunder for runs in the powerplay and that resulted in a collapse from which the Thunder could never recover. Molly Strano picked up three important wickets in the most important part of the second innings and was played a vital hand in restricting Thunder to just 122, 29 runs short of Renegades' total.
Chamari Atapattu, Maitlan Brown, Josie Dooley, Jess Duffin, Erica Kershaw, Anna Lanning, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Georgia Wareham, Courtney Webb.
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Needless to say, it is the most important match for both the sides in the tournament as the winner here will progress to the grand finale. Both the sides have played remarkably fantastic cricket in their recent respective matches and have the good weight of wins behind them. In the most recent encounter between the two sides, Melbourne Stars scripted history as they chased down highest ever total in the history of Women's Big Bash League. It proved to be a wake-up call for Brisbane Heat as they handed Melbourne Stars a comprehensive defeat in the next encounter. Brisbane Heat have been a better team between the two and while both results are possible, Brisbane Heat are more probable to emerge on top in this Saturday's encounter and progress to the grand finale of Women's Big Bash League - 2019.
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