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Brisbane Heat continue to dominate the Women's Big Bash League as they still find themeselves at the top of the ladder. Their qualification to the next round is almost certain and they'll be looking to try out a few combinations after getting a couple of more points. They try to garner those two points in their upcoming encounter, which is to be played on 20th November in Melbourne. Up against Brisbane Heat will be Melbourne Renegades, who too are coming off a splendid win in their previous match. Both the teams have momentum with them and are desperate for a win, both of which are perfect ingredients for a cracking encounter.
After their terrific win over Hobart Hurricanes, on the same day when Sophie Devine scripted history by hitting five sixes in an over in a different match, Melbourne Renegades rampaged past against Sydney Sixers in an unanticipated win. The win over Sixers pushed them Renegades into the top-four sides, but will need a win to hang in there. They currently have 10 points to their name with a net run-rate of 0.027, but Perth Scorchers are breathing down their neck with the same number of points.
In their last match, against the Sixers, Renegades won an important toss and put Sixers in. While they got rid of Alyssa Healy pretty quickly with Tahuhu getting a full delivery through her, they failed to get the second scalp until the eleventh over. However, their bowlers kept the likes of Elysse Perry quiet and the Sixers were eventually restricted to just 139.
Renegades had earlier found chasing the total of similar magnitudes a bit difficult and it didn't prove to be any different in this match as well. Had it not been for C Webb, who scored 34 off just 31 deliveries, Renegades would have fallen short of the target. Barring Danni Wyatt, none of their batsmen managed to stick round as the Renegades were reduced to 108 for 7 and were staring at an embarrasing defeat before Webb bailed them out.
Sophie Molineux, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Josie Dooley, Courtney Webb, Jess Duffin, Georgia Wareham, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu.
There will be no denying that Brisbane Heat have been a fantastic side in the tournament. In fact, they have arguably been the best side of tournament and their standing at the points table justifies that fact. In a total of ten matches played, Heat have won seven and lost just three and have the best net run-rate amonst all teams.
It's been a while since they last suffered a defeat in the tournament. In their last five matches, Brisbane Heat have been brilliant and have registered a win in each of those. Most recently, they are coming off a win over Perth Scorchers, wherein they chased down a smallish total after their bowlers wreaked havoc on the Scorchers' batting unit.
The Scorchers could score just 112 runs in total against the in-form bowling unit of Brisbane Heat. Jess Jonassen was the pick of their bowlers as she returned with the impressive figures of 23 for 4 in her four overs. It turned out to be a pretty easy chase for the Heat as they won the match with 23 balls to spare and eight wickets in hand.
Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy Jo Johnson, Georgia Prestwidge, Lilly Mills.
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Although Brisbane Heat are leading the charts, things are still pretty tight as far as qualification for the next round is concerned. Brisbane Heat need another win to be certain of a playoff spot and they'd be eying that in the upcoming fixture. With Renegades doing well in their previous fixtures, things are certainly not going to be as straight-forward for Brisbane Heat. However, considering the two teams on paper, Brisbane Heat are firm favorites to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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