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With a much-needed win in their previous match, Sydney Thunder just managed to keep themselves afloat in the Women's Big Bash League, albeit by a thin thread. They defeated Melbourne Stars, who continue to stay at the bottom of the table, with a significant margin of 18 runs. Up next, they'll be up against Melbourne Renegades, who, just like the Thunder, are in desperate need of a win as well. The match between the two sides is to be played on Saturday, 30th November in Melbourne.
Despite being placed at the fifth spot, the Renegades are in a pretty strong position with respect to the qualification for the next round. They, however, will have to get their net run-rate better than the Sixers just in case things get tighter in the very last phase of the league stage.
Melbourne Stars have had a terrible tournament so far and their loss to Sydney Thunder was yet another evidence of the fact that their previous win over the Renegades may very well be a fluke. Melbourne Renegades have won just two matches so far and have an incredibly poor net run-rate of -0.765. They are no longer in hunt for the playoffs, but a win here for them will certainly hurt Renegades more than it will help the Stars themselves.
After beating the Renegades, the Stars looked pretty upbeat going into their match against Thunder, but bombed the opportunity miserably. Bowling first, the Stars started off pretty well as they picked up the wicket of Rachel Priest in only the second over of the innings. They kept on picking wickets thereafter as well, but failed to stem the flow of runs. That eventually led to Thunder score a total, which proved to be too much to handle for the Stars.
Still the total of 162 should have been manageable to hunt down, but the Stars found it too difficult. Lizelle Lee failed to replicate anything similar to the knock she played against the Renegades and was dismissed for a duck. Mignon du Preez and EJ Villani looked well set to take the Stars home, but once they were dismissed, it was a little too much to handle for the Stars despite a flourishing knock by EA Osborne. The Stars ended up losing the match by a considerably good margin of 18 runs.
Elyse Villani, Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez, Annabel Sutherland, Erin Osborne, Nicole Faltum, Tess Flintoff, Lucy Cripps, Nicola Hancock, Alana King, Holly Ferling.
Just when it seemed that Renegades are not going to make the playoffs, they surprised everyone with a miraculous run-chase, which happened to be the highest ever chase in the BBL history, to defeat Melbourne Stars.
Chasing a towering, which Melbourne Stars set, the Renegades needed a flying start and they didn't get one. With A Lanning back in the hut in only the second over of the innings, the Renegades looked in all sorts of trouble. With a brief partnership between Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt followed by a splendid knock by JE Duffin, Melbourne Renegades got into a position to dictate terms. They found themselves at 150 for 3 in 15.4 overs when Wyatt was dismissed for 87 and neeeded just 34 runs with seven wickets in hand. JE Duffin, who scored an unbeaten 50 off 27 deliveries, eventually got them home with and over to spare and five wickets in hand.
Earlier in the day, their bowlers found themselves completely clueless as Brisbane Heat Women smashed the bowlers left, right, and center. Excpet for Danni Hyatt, who picked up a couple of wickets for just 26 runs, all their bowlers were smashed away for plenty. Renegades have actually improved their batting as the tournament has progressed, but their bowling has been erratic. If they can get the fixed, the Renegades will be the prime candidates of not only winning the upcoming match, but also go all the way in the Women's Big Bash League 2019.
Anna Lanning, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Jess Duffin, Josie Dooley, Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Lea Tahuhu, Molly Strano.
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There's a stark difference of how the teams have performed in the tournament so far. While the Stars have their moments of brilliance, one of which being a win over the Renegades, they have been listless in the tournament so far. Renegades, on the other hand, have been pretty good and are in a pretty good position to qualify for the playoffs. Also, the Renegades are a better team on paper. For the reasons mentioned above and the fact that the Renegades will be motivated to put their all in with a playoff spot at stake, placing the money on Renegades' win, with the odds of 1.58, be a better proposition in the upcoming fixture.
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