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It is a bottom of the table clash between the Melbourne Renegades and the Hobart Hurricanes in the WBBL 2020. Both the teams have won just one match in the tournament so far and are separated by one victory. It is difficult to see either of them fighting for a playoff spot and so avoiding the wooden spoon seems more of an achievable target.
This is going to be the second match between these two teams with the first match being won by the Hobart Hurricanes by 9 wickets.
Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes WBBL 2020 is going to be played at the Blacktown International Sportspark, Sydney on the 10th of November 2020.
The Melbourne Renegades won against the high-flying Sydney Thunder (the upset of the season so far) and then lost narrowly by 6 runs against the Adelaide Strikers. The Renegades would be pleased their side is competing even though their solitary win this season is not enough to really make a difference to their standing.
Another batting failure prevented the Melbourne renegades from winning their match against the Strikers. They had to chase down 128 and eventually fell 6 runs short. Their top-3 batters could not total 10 runs and it was only Georgia Wareham who fought with 42 to her name.
Carly Leeson came in late and smashed 31 from just 17 balls to make the score look more respectable than it would otherwise have.
The Renegades have a poor batting lineup and that is just a fact. The side continues to hope for individual brilliance to bail it out and so far, that has not been happening.
Sophie Molineux took three wickets in the previous match and ed an impressive bowling performance. Molly Strano bowled okay but the performances of Carly Leeson and Rosemary Mair would have been encouraging.
The addition of Leeson to the side has been a big positive.
Sophie Molineux, Carly Leeson, Amy Satterthwaite, Lizelle Lee, Courtney Webb, Josie Dooley, Molly Strano, Ella Hayward, Erin Fazackerley, Makinley Blows, Rosemary Mair.
The Hurricanes were expected to have a tough weekend and lose their matches to the Sydney Sixers ad Sydney Thunder pretty comprehensively. The Hurricanes did lose but they did not go down without a fight.
They came within 9 runs of beating the Sixers and within 1 run of beating Sydney Thunder.
Had those two results gone their way, the WBBL table would have looked dramatically different right now.
Still, It is time for the Hobart Hurricanes to build on those performances and get itself a win against the Melbourne Renegades.
Rachel Priest scored 83 not out in the previous match but could not get her side over the line in a chase of 129. She has no support at all from the other batters as just Hayley Matthews and Nicola Carey got into double figures and even they did not cross 15.
The batting has been a massive problem for the Hobart Hurricanes in this entire tournament. They would be happy that Rachel Priest is scoring runs but need to find some solution to the continuing lack of runs from the other batters.
The bowling is doing better than before with Hayley Mathews picking up wickets in most matches. Belinda Vakarewa also had a good outing a couple of matches back and is usually quite reliable. Nicola Carey and Chloe Tyron help add some depth to the bowling.
Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Priest, Hayley Matthews, Nicola Carey, Chloe Tryon, Corinne Hall, Sasha Moloney, Erica Kershaw, Amy Smith, Brooke Hepburn, Belinda Vakarewa.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first. The surfaces are getting slower and chasing is going to become more difficult as the tournament continues to progress.
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 for this match and so we should not have any problems or interruptions. The pitch is going to be decent for batting but on the slower side. This has been the template for all the venues we have seen this season and nothing is expected to change.
A total of around 135-140 should be seen as par batting first.
We think the Hobart Hurricanes could make it a double over the Melbourne Renegades this season. The Hurricanes have just run two of the toughest teams of the WBBL very close and we think they will have enough in the tank to be able to beat the Melbourne Renegades. Both the teams are very similar in terms of strength but the Hurricanes may be in slightly better form.
Bet on the Hobart Hurricanes to win.
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