With 3 wins in 4 games, Sydney Thunder Women were sitting pretty at the top of the WBBL 2019 points table but their latest game being washed out has taken their campaign tally to 3 wins in 5 games now. However, they were still at the top of the table after that result but will be eager to get back out to playing and continuing their streak of three continuous wins in non washed out games.
They’re playing Hobart Hurricanes Women again, with latter starting the 2019 WBBL well with two wins, but then slumping to two straight losses. They currently are in the middle of the points table with 2 wins in 5 games so far. Past results show that they’ve lost their last 4 T20 games to Thunder Women. Keep reading for our complete Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy preview of the HB-W vs ST-W game…
- Tournament: 2019 Women’s Big Bash League.
- Date: 3rd November 2019, 5:30am IST.
- Venue: West Park Oval, Burnie.
- Capacity: 12,000+
- Series status: Match 22 of the round robin stage.
- HB-W: L L W W
- ST-W: W W W L
- Head to head in last 5 completed games, Thunder W lead 4-1.
- Maisy Gibson – 17 wickets in her last 10 matches.
- Heather Knight – 10, 18, 17 61* in 4 games in WBBL 2019.
- Corinne Hall scores in last 5 games – 2, 6, 3, 9, 2.
- Alex Blackwell in 4 games in WBBL 2019 – 164 runs .
Hobart Hurricanes Women
Bowler Maisy Gibson is leading the wicket-taking charts for Hurricanes with 7 wickets in 4 games. Consistency is her plus point, with a wicket in all of her last 8 professional matches. Also, with 6 wickets and at least one in each game so far this season is Nicola Carey, who’s a good captain or vice-captain candidate, with scores of 11, 60*, 39, 20 so far. She’s the team’s highest run scorer in WBBL 2019.
England’s Heather Knight has one fifty and a total of 100+ runs along with 3 wickets so far in WBBL 2019. Bowler Tayla Vlaeminck didn’t taste success in the first 2 games, but still managed a tally of 4 wickets in the tournament. She hasn’t had great returns in recent games. However, lower fantasy league popularity will make her a good pick. West Indies’ all-rounder Hayley Matthews will miss out with a ban.
Sydney Thunder Women
Overseas players have been good so far for Thunder Women. Shabnim Ismail and Nida Dar both have 5 wickets each in 4 games. Ismail has 200+ wickets for SA Women while Dar could even be your fantasy team captain or vice-captain, since she bats well too. While both have plenty of experience, Dar has 8 international 50s which includes an innings of 75 recently against SA Women in May 2019.
Someone who has been piling on the runs and you can’t miss from your Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy team is Alex Blackwell. 9 games ago was the last time she got a single digit score. This includes two 50+ scores and two other 40+ scores too. Your wicket-keeper can be New Zealand’s Rachel Priest who scored 45 in the last game. She has slightly below 100 runs so far in WBBL 2019.
HB-W vs ST-W Betting
WBBL 2019 Match 22 – HBW vs STW betting
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