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|Dane van Niekerk||17||9||1||1||188.89|
|Dane van Niekerk||4.0||0||33||0||8.25|
The Sydney Sixers suffered a dramatic last-ball loss against the Melbourne Renegades in the previous match and continued to perform below what we know they are capable of. It was another example of the fact that the Sydney Sixers are strong but beatable which makes this season of the WBBL very intriguing.
The Hobart Hurricanes have been quite poor after managing to get two wins on the trot at the start of the tournament. Their previous match was also against the Sydney Sixers, a match that the Hurricanes lost very easily.
It is not going to be easy for the Hurricanes to pull off an upset in this contest.
Sydney Sixers were pushed in the previous game but they still seemed to have it in the bag and needed to defend 5 runs off one ball. With Marizanne Kapp bowing, the best Sixers bowler, the odds were heavily in their favor.
As it turned out, Kapp bowled an absolute half-volley which she is going to regret for some time to come.
The Sydney Sixers are such a strong team that it is an upset every time they lose. We don’t think it is going to happen too many times especially against a side like the Hobart Hurricanes, though.
The batting is easily the strongest that we have seen in this tournament thanks to the presence of Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Marizanne Kapp, and Erin Burns. Only Perry and Healy have played to their potential so far and we think there is plenty of room for improvement in the other batters performances.
It could be a good thing that the side has not begun to peak even and could only get stronger as the business end of the tournament approaches.
Ellyse Perry, Marizanne Kapp, Ashleigh Gardner, Sarah Aley, and Erin Burns all form a very good bowling attack as well. Dane van Niekerk did not play in the previous match and her return is only going to add to the bowling strength as well.
Hollie Armitage, Alyssa Healy, Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Dane van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Maddy Darke, Lauren Smith, Sarah Aley, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Stella Campbell.
A steady run of defeats has lessened the morale of the Hobart Hurricanes women’s team to a level that is frankly getting depressing to watch. They turn up in every match with the hope that is quickly extinguished as nothing seems to go their way.
We thought that the Hobart Hurricanes would do better this year than in previous seasons because they have put together a promising squad. That potential, though, has remained on paper and has not translated to gains on the field.
Nicola Carey, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, and a decent lower middle-order should all have been able to provide a regular flow of good scores for the team. As we have seen in the results, that is not the case. Heather Knight is the only player that has played a couple of good innings and the Hurricanes women can hope for something special from her in this match as well.
Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck, Maisy Gibson, Nicola Carey, and Heather Knight make one of the more promising bowling attacks in this edition of the WBBL as well. They have not had too much of help from the batters and end up defending very low scores.
Even when the bowlers are able to keep the opposition team to a par or below-par total, it does not result in a victory.
The odds are stacked against the Hobart Hurricanes going into this match and they would be well aware of the challenge that lies ahead of them.
Emma Manix-Geeves, Chloe Tryon, Erin Fazackerley, Corinne Hall, Fran Wilson, Heather Knight, Nicola Carey, Tayla Vlaeminck, Meg Phillips, Maisy Gibson, Belinda Vakarewa.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first
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The weather in Sydney is expected to be good for cricket and there is only a slight amount of rain predicted. The pitch at the North Sydney Oval is good for batting but has a little something in it for the spinners also.
A score of around 140 is going to be competitive at this venue.
We don’t think the Sydney Sixers are going to be challenged too much. Their net run-rate could do with a bit of a boost and this may be the perfect match for them to flex their muscles.
Bet on the Sydney Sixers to win.
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