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The Melbourne Renegades women are going to be playing against the Hobart Hurricanes women as the WBBL returns this weekend. This is an important match for both these teams since they are near the fringes of breaking into the top-4. They have both also lost their previous three matches and so need to turn things around quickly.
They are going to be playing two matches against each other on consecutive days and so getting a win in the first of these contests is going to be important as well. A good weekend of cricket could see either of these teams displace Brisbane Heat from the fourth place in the WBBL 05 standings.
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women WBBL 05 is going to be played at the Junction Oval, Melbourne on the 9th of November 2019.
Three consecutive losses in its last three matches have taken the steam out of a promising WBBL campaign. The Melbourne Renegades still have time to recover and improve their season but they need to arrest this slide very quickly.
With just two wins from six matches, the Renegades could be overtaken by the Perth Scorchers and slip down to the second-last spot.
The top-3 for the Melbourne Renegades have struggled and that is always tough to recover from as a team. Sophie Molineux, Danielle Wyatt, and Tammy Beaumont had come into this season as the leading batters for the renegades but their performances have been far below what was expected.
Jessica Duffin has emerged as the leading batter for the side and is sixth in the list of top-scorers this WBBL so far.
There is quite a lot of batting talent in the side and it is just about getting the pieces to work together at the right time.
Maitlan Brown has led the bowling for the Renegades so far and has nine wickets to her name. That puts her as the joint highest wicket-taker in WBBL 05 so far. Lea Tahuhu, Sophie Molineux, Danielle Wyatt, and Molly Strano all form important members of this bowling attack and should feel pretty confident about stopping the Hobart Hurricanes from scoring freely.
Josie Dooley, Tammy Beaumont, Jess Duffin, Courtney Webb, Danielle Wyatt, Sophie Molineux, Lea Tahuhu, Molly Strano, Maitlan Brown, Georgia Wareham, Carly Leeson.
Both of the victories that the Hobart Hurricanes have recorded so far have come against the Melbourne Stars, currently placed last in the standings and possibly the weakest side in WBBL 05. The Hobart Hurricanes have also ended up losing a couple of close games that could have gone their way quite easily.
In terms of improvement over the previous year, the Hobart Hurricanes women are certainly on the right track.
Unfortunately, no points are given for close losses and so the Hobart Hurricanes must start converting these games into wins.
Heather Knight has been the best batter for the Hurricanes with 183 runs from five innings. She is an exceptional player at the top of the order but needs support from the other batters as well. Fran Wilson, Nicola Carey, and Chloe Tyron are some of the other players that we think can help the Hurricanes improve their batting totals.
Overall, though, the Hurricanes are lacking the amount of the depth in batting that the Renegades have and this could be a big factor in this contest.
The reason that the Hurricanes have been coming close to winning despite it's batting not functioning as expected is because of the bowling. Maisy Gibson, Tayla Vlaeminck, and Nicola Carey have been quite impressive.
Maisy Gibson is the joint-highest wicket-taker at this stage of the WBBL and is expected to lead the attack once again.
Heather Knight is another very important contributor in the bowling department as well.
Emily Smith, Chloe Tryon, Erin Fazackerley, Corinne Hall, Fran Wilson, Heather Knight, Nicola Carey, Tayla Vlaeminck, Maisy Gibson, Meg Phillips, Belinda Vakarewa.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first. There is some rai around and the outfield could be a bit heavy to begin with.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
There is some rain expected in Melbourne on match day including around the time that the match is expected to start. The weather should clear in a short while, though, and so we may have a delayed start but we will get some play for sure.
The pitch at the Junction Oval is quite good for batting. It is even-paced and he outfield is quite quick as well. A score of about 140 should be seen as par for the surface.
Dream11 Team and Dream Prediction for Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes women
We think that the Melbourne Renegades have the advantage going into this match. It has more batting depth at its disposal and its bowling is not too bad either. The Hobart Hurricanes match the renegades in the bowling but their batting weaknesses could be the difference once again.
Bet on the Melbourne Renegades women to win.
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