The tournament began all the way back on 18th October and over the next month and a half, we saw some exciting action happening at the 2019 Women’s Big Bash League. Brisbane Heat Women topped the points table with 10 wins in 14 games and right behind them was Adelaide Strikers Women, also with 10 wins in 14 games, but a slightly lower net run rate.
There has been nothing between these two sides this tournament and it’s fitting that they both managed to reach the final of WBBL 2019. Strikers beat Scorchers Women by 8 wickets and Heat beat Renegades Women by 4 wickets in their respective semi final match-ups. Keep reading for our complete Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy preview of the AS-W vs BH-W game…
- Tournament: 2019 Women’s Big Bash League.
- Date: 8th December 2019, 9:10am IST.
- Venue: Allan Border Field, Brisbane.
- Capacity: 2,500+
- Series status: FINAL.
- AS-W: W L W W W
- BH-W: W W L W W
- Head to head in last 5 games, Heat Women lead 3-2.
- Sophie Devine – 765 runs in 15 games in WBBL 2019.
- Suzie Bates in her last 3 games this tournament – 1, 0, 1.
- Kiwi all-rounder Amelia Kerr has an ODI top score of 232*.
- Beth Mooney – 8 fifties in 15 games so far at WBBL 2019.
Adelaide Strikers Women
It has been an absolutely magical season for New Zealand’s Sophie Devine who is the top scorer of the tournament and she hasn’t had a failure in weeks, with 9 fifties in this tournament including 8 fifties in her last 10 games and a massive tally of 18 wickets to go with that too. In one-on-one leagues, she must 100% be your fantasy league captain as she’s both their highest run scorer as well as wicket-taker.
The next best run scorer is Suzie Bates who doesn’t even have half the tally of runs. She would make a good fantasy pick now because she hasn’t been among the wickets or runs in recent games, and we all know about her capabilities. With 294 runs and 12 wickets in 15 games, Tahlia McGrath is also a good all-rounder pick while a specialist bowler can be Amanda Wellington, who has 16 scalps this season.
Brisbane Heat Women
While many people have been stand out performers, I thought Kiwi player Amelia Kerr could’ve been better with the bat. While she does have 13 wickets in 15 games, she has only managed 104 runs but we know her potential, so I’ll still have her in my team. Another all-rounder who can be your vice-captain pick for today is Jess Jonassen who has 386 runs and 20 wickets in 15 games, including three 4-fers.
Beth Mooney is their highest run scorer and the second of the competition too, so she can be the wicket-keeper pick for your Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy team, having recorded 687 runs in 15 games so far. For my specialist bowler pick, I’ll add Delissa Kimmince to my team because she has 17 wickets so far and is always contributing, not going wicketless even once in her last nine WBBL 2019 games.
AS-W vs BH-W Betting
WBBL 2019 FINAL – ASW vs BHW betting
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— Read Scoops (@ReadScoops) December 7, 2019