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With yet another dominating win in the tournament, Brisbane Heat ascertained their qualification for the next round. Their winning streak in the tournament has been remarkable and they'll be looking to carry on with it. In their next encounter, which is to be played in Hobart on 22nd November, Brisbane Heat are set to lock horns with Hobart Hurricanes. Hurricanes had a terrific start to the tournament, but lost their way and are fighting for survival. A loss in this upcoming fixture would pretty much mean curtains for them and they'll be looking to avoid just that. We expect a hard-fought contest on Friday.
Although Hurricanes are placed near the bottom of the table, they'd be a pretty confident unit coming into the above match. The primary reason for their increased confidence is the win they scored over Sydney Sixers in the last match. The win kept Hurricanes afloat in the competition and they'll be looking to get the same result in the upcoming contest as well.
Bowling first on a pretty good surface to bat on, Hurricanes made early inroads into the stupendous batting lineup of Sixers and that allowed the Hurricanes to restrict Sixers to a managable score. Had it not been for Marizanne Kapp's brilliant unbeaten fifty, the Hurricanes would have had a sub-120 total to hunt down. Belinda Vakarewa was the wreaker in chief for the Hurricanes as he not only picked up four important wickets, but also gave away runs at a miserly economy rate, which added more pressure on the Sixers.
It should have been a pretty straight-forward chase for the Hurricanes, but it didn't prove to be one. It took remarkable batting from Nicola Carey and Chloe Tyron in the death overs as Hurricanes won the match by five wickets with ten balls to spare. Nicola Carey scored 55 off 46 deliveries and Chloe Tyron contributed with a blazing 29, which came in just 12 balls.
Nicola Carey, Erin Fazackerley, Maisy Gibson, Corinne Hall, Heather Knight, Emma Manix-Geeves, Sasha Moloney, Chloe Tryon, Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck, Fran Wilson.
Brisbane Heat have exhibited the kind of dominance in the tournament that a lot of teams have only wished for. In the eleven matches they've played thus far, they've faced defeat only thrice and their net run-rate of 0.84 speaks volumes about the kind of margins they have won matches with.
Just as we predicted, they are coming off a good win over Melbourne Renegades. While Renegades got close to chase down the total set by Heat, the experience came to rescue for the Heat as their bowlers held their nerves in the death overs. Sammy Jo Johnson was the pick of their bowlers as she returned with the figures of 30 for 2 in four overs.
While their bowlers did well to restrict Renegades, it as the batting of Jess Jonassen and Maddy Green that helped them set up the win. Just when Brisbane Heat looked like ending with only around 130 runs on the board, Jess Jonassen came in and played a blinder of a knock, striking 63 off just 29 deliveries, to take the team's tally to 153. The total of 153 eventually proved too much to handle for the Renegades.
Maddy Green, Beth Mooney, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
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While the upcoming match may not be as important for Brisbane Heat, the signifance of this match cannot be overstated for the Hurricanes. Only a win in the upcoming fixtures would practically keep Hurricanes in the tournament. Their confidence will be on peak with a win over one of the best-balanced team in the tournament and will not be easy to get past, even for the Heat. Having said that, Brisbane Heat have looked invincible in their last six matches and are therefore firm favorites to emerge on top in this Friday's fixture.
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