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Brisbane Heat women and the Melbourne Renegades women are going to be playing against each other in this upcoming WBBL match. Brisbane Heat is on a red-hot streak of seven consecutive wins coming into this match and has already secured its place in the WBBL playoffs.
The Melbourne Renegades women still need some results to go in their favor. They are in the fifth spot and could possibly move into fourth with a win in this match. Two defeats in the last two matches including one against this very opponent is not a good sign.
Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women WBBL 05 is going to be played at the Allan Border Field, Brisbane on the 27th of November 2019.
Seven wins on the trot have erased all the memories of a poor start for the defending champions and they are once again proving to be the team to beat this season. Beth Mooney has been the stand-out name for the side this season and now has 536 runs to her name, which is the second-most in WBBL 05 so far.
Its previous two wins have been very close, both by less than ten runs, and have been ones where Beth Mooney has failed to score. The law of averages eventually catches up with everyone and Brisbane Heat would be happy that Beth Mooney is getting her failures out of the way before the knockouts.
Contributions from Jess Jonassen, who has 297 runs in 12 matches, and Maddy Green have helped the Brisbane Heat side continue on their winning ways. It is a sign of a successful side that different players contribute to their success at different times.
With Grace Harris, Amelia Kerr, and Sammy Jo-Johnson also playing major roles in the campaign, Brisbane Heat is in a good spot right now.
Its batting is firing and the bowling is performing very well also. Delissa Kimmince will be a major part of the bowling plans alongside Amelia Kerr and Sammy Jo-Johnson.
Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Sammy Jo Johnson, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Kirby Short, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
The Melbourne Renegades women lost their previous match to their cross-town rivals, the Melbourne Stars. The Stars are one of the worst-performing sides in this edition of the WBBL and so that loss would have been particularly demoralizing for the Melbourne Renegades.
Still, there are plenty of things to take from that performance.
Anna Lanning top-scored with 73 and showed that the Melbourne Renegades batting is not just about Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont. With Jessica Duffin in the middle order as well, there is a lot of batting talent to call upon.
The trick for the Melbourne Renegades is going to be to find consistency and peak form at this closing stage of the group phase.
The bowling has been a bit disappointing in recent matches. Maitlan Broan and Georgia Wareham had absolute shockers in the previous match as they went for plenty of runs. Danielle Wyatt, Lea Tahuhu, and Molly Strani are decent bowlers but the Renegades cannot afford to have two full-bowlers under-performing in every match.
The pressure is going to be on the Melbourne Renegades as they enter this match. The Sydney Sixers are stumbling at this late stage in the group phase and giving the Renegades women a great opportunity to make it into the WBBL playoffs.
The Renegades may be up against the best side of WBBL 05 in this match but it needs nothing less than a win otherwise it will be left hoping for favors from the other sides in the tournament.
Anna Lanning, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Jess Duffin, Courtney Webb, Josie Dooley, Georgia Wareham, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Lea Tahuhu, Molly Strano.
The team that wins the toss is likely to want to field first
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The weather in Brisbane is good for cricket and we should not have any trouble with the rain. The pitch at the Allan Border Field is going to be good for batting. It should offer a good amount of bounce and carry which will make stroke-making a pleasure.
Expect a score of around 150 to be par for the surface.
Dream11 Tips and Dream11 Prediction for Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women
We don’t think the Melbourne Renegades women are going to be able to stop the Brisbane Heat women in this match. Not only are the Brisbane Heat women in spectacular form but they also have a much better-balanced side.
Bet on the Brisbane Heat Women to win.
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