The 2019 Women’s Big Bash League has had quite a few breaks in between their limited games so far. The latest round of matches takes place today with 3 more games scheduled. Hobart Hurricanes Women are in action with 2 wins in 6 games and a mid-table spot so far, with one games washed out due to rain.
They now are up against Melbourne Renegades Women who also have 2 wins in 6 games but one extra loss so they are one spot below on the WBBL 2019 points table. Both teams haven’t won in at least 3 games each and by the end of today, one team will be highly relieved to get back to winning ways. Keep reading for our complete Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy preview of the HB-W vs MR-W game…
- Tournament: 2019 Women’s Big Bash League.
- Date: 9th November 2019, 7:30am IST.
- Venue: Junction Oval, Melbourne.
- Capacity: 7,000+
- Series status: Match 24 of the round robin stage.
- HB-W: L L L W W
- MR-W: L L L W W L
- Head to head in last 5 games, Renegades Women lead 3-2.
- Maitlan Brown – 9 wickets in 6 games this tournament.
- Maisy Gibson – 9 wickets in 6 games this tournament.
- Jess Duffin – NO single-digit score in last 10 games.
- Danni Wyatt – 2 fifties and 2 wickets so far this tournament.
Hobart Hurricanes Women
In 5 games so far, Nicola Carey has managed to score 130 runs and what’s better is that she’s got 6 wickets to her name as well, so I won’t want to miss such an all-rounder in my fantasy team. Another very good all-rounder pick and a probably fantasy team captain is Heather Knight who now has two consecutive fifties in WBBL 2019 and this comes with 3 wickets in the tournament too.
With the ball, Maisy Gibson is their leading wicket taker so far and she hasn’t gone wicketless even once so far. What’s better is that she had 7 wickets in 4 games prior to WBBL 2019, making it 9 consecutive games without going wicketless. With scores of 46* and 29* in her first two games, Chloe Tryon showed her hitting abilities but has been quiet ever since with 1, 0, 21. She is a big hitter in T20s and can be picked for sure.
Melbourne Renegades Women
England batter Danni Wyatt has got 2 fifties in the 2019 WBBL and what’s better is that she’s started bowling in recent times too. Apart from a top score of 74, she’s picked up a wicket each in 2 games and is a potential ‘all-rounder’ selection. Another batting selection is Jess Duffin who auto-selects herself in this team considering how remarkably consistent she has been in recent months.
Claire Koski injured her shoulder and is unavailable today while Makinley Blows and Courtney Nealefrom have been added to the Renegades Women squad. your Fantain (Use Code “READ123”) fantasy team. Kiwi bowling specialist Lea Tahuhu has some good records at the international level and I’ll pick her even though she has only 4 wickets in her 6 games in WBBL 2019 so far.
HB-W vs MR-W Betting
WBBL 2019 Match 24 – HBW vs MRW betting
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