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|Mignon du Preez||2||6||0||0||33.33|
|Sammy Jo Johnson||1.0||0||15||0||15.00|
We are just a day away from getting the top-four teams in the Women's Big Bash League. With a loss against Adelaide Strikers, things are not looking bright for Sydney Sixers, who not only need to win their upcoming match by a big margin, but also hope for Renegades to lose their last match. Melbourne Stars, on the other hand, no longer have any chance to qualify whatsoever and are set to lock horns with Brisbane Heat in a dead-rubber contest. The match between those two sides is set to be played on Sunday, 1st December in Melbourne. Brisbane Heat have already qualified for the playoffs and they may decide to rest their key players so as to keep them fresh for the all important knockout fixture.
Melbourne Stars' tournament turned from bad to worse as they lost yet another match in the tournament. With just one more match to go for them, they are certain to finish at the bottom of the points table. As of now, they have four points to their name with two wins in thirteen matches. Their net run-rate of -0.716 is an evidence of how poor they have been in the tournament so far.
Their most recent loss came earlier today when they were defeated by Melbourne Renegades, the same team the Stars won registered their second win of the tournament. Batting first on a decent wicket to bat on, the Stars got off to a dream start as Elyse Villani and Lizelle Lee added 118 runs for the first wicket in a little over 13 overs. They, however, showcased their fragility with the bat once again as they could add only 44 in the remaning overs and their failure to flourish in the death overs was one of the prime reasons of their defeat in that match.
Chasing a total of 163 appeared a distant dream for the Renegades after they Stars picked Wyatt and Lanning inside the first two overs. However, Jess Duffin ensured that she closed the doors then and there for the Stars. She launched a counter-attack, which the Stars were never able to deal with. Stars eventually lost the match by seven wickets.
Elyse Villani, Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez, Annabel Sutherland, Erin Osborne, Nicole Faltum, Tess Flintoff, Lucy Cripps, Alana King, Holly Ferling, Kristen Beams.
Brisbane Heat have had a fantastic tournament so far and are rightfully placed at the second spot on the ladder. They have won nine of the thirteen games played and have 18 points to their name with a terrific net run-rate of 0.706.
Brisbane Heat were cruising in the tournament and were prime candidates of finishing at the top of the table, but a surprising loss against Melbourne Renegades, brought their winning streak to a stop. In their last eight matches, Brisbane Heat have won seven with their only loss coming against the Renegades, in their most recent encounter. The fact that Brisbane Heat had already qualified for the playoffs when they faced Renegades may have been a factor as well. Nonetheloss, the loss is likely to act as a wake-up call for Brisbane Heat and they are likely to come back stronger in the upcoming encounter.
Batting first against the Renegades, Brisbane Heat got off to a terrific start with Beth Mooney and ML Green getting them off to a sound start. After ML Green was dismissed, the 110-run partnership between Mooney and Jess Jonassen too them exactly where they wanted to be. With a 34 ball 51 from Jonassen and 57-ball 86 from Mooney, Brisbane Heat scored 183 for 4, the total, which would have been enough for most teams on most days, but not that day.
Heat started on a flying note with the ball as well as they got rid of A Lanning in the second over of the innings. However, it all started to fall apart for Brisbane Heat thereafter as the experienced trio of Danni Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, and Jess Duffin smashed their bowlers all around the park. Barring SJ Johnson, who gave away just 27 runs in her four overs, all their bowlers proved to be expensive, with their next best bowler being Amelia Kerr, who returned with the figures of 35 for 1 in her four overs.
Beth Mooney, Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge.
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Even though the upcoming match is a dead-rubber, none of the teams would be taking it lightly. The match would be the last opportunity for the Stars to redeem their lost pride and finishing their campaign on a high by defeating one of the best teams in the tournament. On the other hand, a win for Brisbane Heat would provide them with an outside chance to finish at the top of the table. Both the sides have had contrasting recent results in the tournament with Brisbane Heat winning most of their matches. Stars, on the contrary, have won only two matches in total. Also, Brisbane Heat are a better team between the two on paper as well. Considering that as well as the other reasons mentioned above, placing the money on Brisbane Heat would be the way to go in this upcoming contest.
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