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With every passing match, the race to the playoffs is getting tigher and tigher in the Women's Big Bash League. Three teams, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder, and Melbourne Renegades, are battling for the lone playoff spot and the upcoming games in the tournament are going to be exciting. The upcoming match between Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades would clear a lot of things as far as qualification scenarios are concerned. Thunder and Renegades are placed at the adjacent position on the ladder and Thunder would not like to go down in that encounter as it a virtual eliminator for them. Considering that survival and playoff spot is at stakes in the upcoming encountwer, it could be a feast for the fans on Sunday.
Going into the upcoming fixture, the Renegades would exactly know what they need to do to stay in the tournament. Their fate hinges on the result of the match they are scheduled to play against the Stars on the morning of 29th. As it stands now, Melbourne Renegades have two matches to go, one against Stars and the other one against Thunder, and a win in either of those will knock Thunder out of the tournament.
Renegades have so far been pretty good in the tournament and it is imperative that they win both their matches as well to keep their chances of qualification realistic. A loss in any of their matches would put their qualification chances in the hands of Sydney Sixers, who are in the hunt for the playoffs as well.
All in all, the Renegades have a pretty good unit, at least on paper. It would be interesting to see how they do in their upcoming match against the Stars, which will more or less decide their fate in the tournament going forward.
In their match against the Stars, Jess Duffin once again played a key role as she single-handedly took her team to yet another victory, making her team as the firm favourites to grab the fourth playoff spot. Melbourne Renegades needed to chase a total of 163 against the Stars and they did it to perfection despite losing a couple of wickets early. Jess Duffin and Courtney Webb played key roles in the lower-middle order as they not only bailed them out of a troublesome situation but also launched a counter-attack. The win highlighted the depth in their batting lineup and that could be crucial factor in the next match as well as in the business end of the tournament.
Anna Lanning, Danielle Wyatt, Chamari Atapattu, Jess Duffin, Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Josie Dooley, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Lea Tahuhu, Molly Strano.
It's been already a couple of days since Thunder last played a game in the tournament and they would love to get a similar result in the upcoming match as well. They are delicately poised at the seventh spot on the points table and while a loss here would knock them out of the tournament, a win might not be enough to push them through to the next round.
Sydney Thunder's remarkably poor run came to halt with a win over Melbourne Stars, who they defeated a couple of days ago. Taking advantage of a good batting surface and erratic bowling by Stars' bowlers, Sydney Thunder racked up a pretty competitive total on the board. Alex Blackwell, their veteran all-rounder, once again proved her worth as she almost single-handedly dragged the Thunders to a respectable total. Except for NE Stalenberg and Alex Blackwell, none of their batsmen were able to get even a personal score of even 20. Blackwell scored 65 off 47 deliveries and Stalenberg contributed with a quick-fire 30.
Considering the kind of batting the Melbourne Stars had in that game, defending the total of 163 was always going to tough. RM Farrell, however, made Thunder's task easier by trapping Lizelle Lee in front of the stumps, Star's in-form batsmen, on the second delivery of the second over. Villani and Mignon du Preez got Stars back into the business, but some clever death over bowling by Sam Bates and HJ Darlington helped Thunder seal the deal with considerably ease. Thunder eventually won the match by 18 runs.
Rachel Priest, Naomi Stalenberg, Alex Blackwell, Rachael Haynes, Phoebe Litchfield, Saskia Horley, Hannah Darlington, Lisa Griffith, Rene Farrell, Shabnim Ismail, Sam Bates.
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With both the teams striving hard to finish amongst the top-four, this battle is going to be intense. Both the teams are desperate for every point they can get and will come in all guns blazing into the upcoming match. Going by how the things have gone for the two teams in the tournament on the whole and the two teams on paper, the Renegades are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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