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The WBBL got a lot more action this weekend as compared to the previous one because the rain stayed away for the most part. That will hopefully continue as we look at the next few matches coming up. Up next are the Hob art Hurricanes taking on the Melbourne Renegades.
Both of these teams sit at the bottom of the points table right now and have looked among the weakest on show. We think both the teams would targeting a win against the other otherwise a bottom of the table finish looms.
Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades WBBL 2020 is going to be played at the Blacktown International Sportpark, Sydney on the 3rd of November 2020.
The Hurricanes were demolished by the Melbourne Stars in their previous match. Another terrible batting performance from the Hobart Hurricanes consigned them to defeat even before the bowlers had a chance to show what they had.
The WBBL has seen some low scores defended in the past but 89 is not going to win you matches 99 times out of a hundred. We had identified these weaknesses in the Hobart Hurricanes lineup but there do not seem t be any quick fixes.
It looks like the team just has to hope its senior batters find some form and start scoring runs. New additions like Naomi Satlenberg and Rachel Priest are going to be under additional pressure after a poor start to their WBBL season.
The bowling was pretty listless too as everyone seemed resigned to defeat. Belinda Vakarewa tried hard but she went wicketless in the end. Hayley Matthews was expensive in the only over she did bowl and so were most of the others.
A chance to play against a weaker opponent is going to be very welcome for every single member of the Hobart Hurricanes setup.
Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Priest, Hayley Matthews, Nicola Carey, Chloe Tryon, Corinne Hall, Sasha Moloney, Erica Kershaw, Amy Smith, Brooke Hepburn, Belinda Vakarewa.
The Melbourne Renegades shifted their batting order around a bit as they took on the Sydney Sixers. We did see some sparks of hope for the upcoming matches but unfortunately the Renegades never even come close to challenging the Sydney Sixers.
The Renegades managed to get to 119 thanks to a 54 from Georgia Wareham. She got those runs off just 27 deliveries and smashed four sixes along the way as well. We know the Showground Stadium has some small boundaries but not many other players were able to take advantage of them.
Sophie Molineux batted with more purpose at the top while Lizelle Lee continued to throw away her wicket.
The batting remains a big questions mark for the Renegades even though a couple of their senior players look like hitting their stride.
A decent Renegades bowling lineup was met by the destructive Alyssa Healy as she just tore into them. Sophie Molineux ended up with an economy rate of 14.50, Georgia Wareham with 11.70, and all of the other bowlers went above 6.00 at least.
This is not common for the WBBL and will take some recovering from.
We think the Melbourne Renegades women bowling lineup has the experience and the international exposure to not worry about one bad game against one of the best batters in women’s cricket.
Lizelle Lee, Sophie Molineux, Erin Fazackerley, Amy Satterthwaite, Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Josie Dooley, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Rosemary Mair.
We think the team winning the toss is going to want to field first. Both teams would like to know the target and see how the pitch is behaving before going out to bat. Winning the toss could be a big advantage, especially between evenly matched teams.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
The weather in Sydney is expected to remain dry and rain-free for the next few days. This means we should be able to get in a full match without any interruptions. The pitch at the venue is expected to be slow and low. This is not a regular venue for high-quality cricket and so the outfield may test the players as well.
A score of around 130-140 may be par here.
We think the Melbourne Renegades are the team to back here. Make no mistake. Neither of these teams is very strong and both can suffer a batting collapse at any point. However, some more experience in the lineup and a better bowling attack tilt things the way of the Melbourne Renegades.
Bet on the Melbourne Renegades to win.
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