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We are down to the last leg of the league stage in the Women's Big Bash League and most of the remaining matches are likely to be dead-rubbers. Perth Scorchers have already qualified for the next round and the result of their next two matches is going to have little impact on their immediate fate in the tournament. They are set to face Hobart Hurricanes in their next encounter, which is to be played on Saturday, 30th November in Perth. For Hurricanes as well, the upcoming match is a dead-rubber as they are no longer in the hunt for the playoffs. However, they would not want to end their campaign on a losing note and would strive hard to get two wins in their remaining two matches starting with the one against the Scorchers.
The Scorchers had a topsy-turvy start to the tournament, but a fantastic middle part leading to a possible flourishing finish has put them in a position to dictate terms. They are placed at the third spot on the ladder with 16 points to their name and may well finish at the top, if they win their remaining two matches and other results go their way.
For most of the earlier part of the tournament, the Scorchers were seen languishing at the bottom of the ladder. However, with seven dominating wins in their last seven matches, they have not only bounced back into the contention, but have also made them prime candidates of going all the winning in the tournament.
The Scorchers are coming off a couple of superb wins over Sydney Sixers, who are one of the better-balanced teams in the competition, and will be looking to further extend their winning run. Scorchers' batting has done exceedingly well in their recent matches and their last win over Sixers was yet another example of that.
Chasing a total of 164, the Scorchers didn't shed any sweat whatsover as they overhauled the total with eight wickets in hand and four balls to spare. Openers Amy Jones and Meg Lanning got them off to a solid start, putting together 104 runs in just over 12 overs. Natalie Sciver came in and played a quick knock of 39 coming in just 22 deliveries. The dismissal of Meg Lanning in the 18th over didn't have any impact whatsoever on the chase as Scorchers eventually sealed the deal with considerable ease.
Meg Lanning, Amy Ellen Jones, Georgia Redmayne, Natalie Sciver, Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Chloe Piparo, Jemma Barsby, Kim Garth, Taneale Peschel, S Betts.
Exactly opposite to the Scorchers' campaign, Hobart Hurricanes' campaign in the tournament has taken a nosedive in the second half of the tournament. They got off to a reasonably good start in the tournament, but just one win in the last seven matches has left them reeling in the bottom of the table. Going by the points table, they've done better than only Melbourne Stars. The Hurricanes are currently placed at the seventh spot with seven points to their name and can no longer progress in the tournament.
In their last match, the Hurricanes were comprehensively defeated by Adelaide Strikers, who just managed to defend the 143-run total. Chasing a pretty modest total, Hurricanes lost EG Fazackerley, one of their in-form batsmen, and FC Wilson early in the innings. Heather Knight, Nicole Carey, and CL Hall tried hard to revive their innings with the respective personal scores of 22, 22, and 25 each, but were a little too slow and left too much to do for Chloe Tyron. Tyron played a remarkable innings of 44 off just 22 deliveries, but even her heroics couldn't take the Hurricanes to a win.
Earlier in the day, the Hurricanes were impressive with the ball as they restricted potent Strikers to just 141. While none of their bowlers ended up inflicting too much damage, as far as picking wickets is concerned, they bowled in tight channels and that never allowed the Strikers to get going. Heather Knight was the pick of their bowlers as she returned with the figures of 22 for 1 in her four overs. All in all, Hobart Hurricanes have been going through all sorts of problems in their recent matches. They have struggled for consistency in the tournament and will have to play out of their skins to topple the Scorchers, who are in a rampaging mood in at the moment.
Nicola Carey, Erin Fazackerley, Maisy Gibson, Corinne Hall, Heather Knight, Emma Manix-Geeves, Sasha Moloney, Chloe Tryon, Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck, Fran Wilson.
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We are already in the back-end of the tournament and the upcoming match is not going to have any impact whatsoever on eventual top-four teams in the tournament. That, however, doesn't mean that any of the two sides will not want to win the upcoming match. Perth Scorchers would want to keep the momentum going by picking up their eighth straight win of the tournament whereas the Hurricanes will want to get back to the winning ways. Given how things have been for the two teams, it's hard to see Hurricanes winning the upcoming match. Perth Scorchers have been in fabulous form with both their batting and bowling doing well, and are, therefore, our pick to win the upcoming contest.
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