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As was expected before the tournament began, Sydney Sixers are back at the top of the table in the ongoing Women's Big Bash League 2019. After a horrid start in the tournament, the way the Sixers have held themselves together is commendable. They are set to face Melbourne Renegades in their upcoming assignment, which is to be played on 17th November at Sydney. Although Melbourne Renegades are closer to the bottom of the table than they are to the top, they have played pretty well in the tournament so far and the upcoming contest between the two sides should be an interesting one.
<h2>Sydney Sixers </h2>
Sydney Sixers are more or less repeating what they did in the last edition of the tournament. Ellyse Perry has once again taken the center stage for them and is scoring runs for fun. She laid down the foundation for yet another victory for the Sixers, a victory that pushed them to the top of the table.
Despite getting off to a wayward start, the Sixers have managed to find their way to the top. As of now, they are at the first place with 12 points to their name in eight matches. Although, things are unlikely to go down to the wire for them, they have an impeccable net run-rate of 0.496 in case they do.
They are coming off a pretty dominating win in their most-recent encounter, which was against Sydney Thunder. Batting first, the Sixers scored 157 on a not-so-easy to bat on surface, thanks to a 81-run knock from Perry. In reply, the Thunder could never get going as Rachel Priest and Rachael Haynes struggled to hit Sixers' bowlers. Sarah Aley dismissed Alex Blackwell and Phoebe Litchfield to put final nail in the coffin.
Alyssa Healy, Ellyse Perry, Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Marizanne Kapp, Maddy Darke, Lauren Smith, Sarah Aley, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Stella Campbell, Jodie Hicks.
It's been a while since Melbourne Renegades last took the field in the ongoing tournament and they'd certainly have loved the short break they are coming back from. They are currently placed at the sixth spot at the ladder, with eight points to their name, but a win here will put them back into the hunt for the playoffs.
They last played against Hobart Hurricanes wherein their bowlers tore apart the Hurricanes' batting unit before their batsmen rampaged past the smallish total. Molly Strano started off the proceedings beautifully for them as she picked up two crucial wickets in her first over. Things only got better thereon as the Renegades chipped away with the wickets at regular intervals.
With just 109 to get, it should have been an easy chase for the Renegades and it didn't prove to be any different either. Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont stitched a brilliant partnership to take Renegades at the doorstep of a victory. They eventually got home in 16th over with eight wickets in hand.
Sophie Molineux, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Josie Dooley, Erica Kershaw, Courtney Webb, Georgia Wareham, Maitlan Brown, Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu.
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Although it's an important fixture for both the sides, the importance of this match cannot be overstated for the Renegades. They have done pretty well in the tournament so far and would be desperate to rise at the ladder. Sydney Sixers, on the other hand, are appearing to be peaking just at the right moment and will not be an easy team to beat. Considering the two teams on paper and how they have performed in their respective recent matches, we think that the Sixers are going to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture as well.
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