In the WBBL 2020 match 51st, Hobart Hurricanes Women will take on Perth Scorchers females. With their two fixtures left, the Hobart Hurricanes are almost out of the tournament, currently with 8 points at the table bottom.
It’s almost an impossible task for them to qualify for the knockouts with a net run-rate of -1,021, even if they win the next two matches, they will need to rely on the results of the other teams. Their current form is not good because before coming into this match, they lost three consecutive matches on the trot. It will be a must-win game, and to remain alive in the tournament, they need to win by a huge margin.
While Perth Scorchers women are in 4th position in the standings with 12 points in their bag with 5 wins, 5 losses and 2 no results, to confirm their qualification spot, they need to win this match against the Hobart Hurricanes. As they lost to Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Stars in a tight finish, the last two match results did not go their way. Beth Mooney has scored 400 plus runs in this tournament and is the leading player for them. As a win is a must for both sides, it’s going to be a crucial match.
With temperatures ranging from 22 to 20 degrees Celsius and humidity of 68%, it will be partly cloudy in Sydney. For this match, there is no chance of rainfall.
The pitch is favourable for both batters and bowlers by looking at the previous matches played at this venue. As the game goes on the pitch may slow down, and it makes it difficult for the batters to score in the second innings. On this wicket, batting first is a good option.
Hobart Hurricanes Women
Corinne Hall (c), Rachel Priest (wk), Naomi Stalenberg, Erica Kershaw/Hayley Matthews, Nicola Carey, Chloe Rafferty, Hayley Jensen, Emma Thompson, Amy Smith, Belinda Vakarewa, Chloe Tryon
Perth Scorchers Women
Beth Mooney(c&wk), Megan Banting, Samantha Betts, Mathilda Carmichael, Nicole Bolton, Heather Graham, Chloe Piparo, Jemma Barsby, Sarah Glenn, Taneale Peschel, Amy Ellen Jones/Sophie Devine
Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Perth Scorchers Women Dream 11:
Beth Mooney(c&wk), Mathilda Carmichael, Naomi Stalenberg, Chloe Piparo, Heather Graham, Nicole Bolton, Nicola Carey, Taneale Peschel, Sarah Glenn, Belinda Vakarewa, Amy Smith
The Perth Scorchers Women are not as strong as the other teams, but they’re far better than the Hobart Hurricanes Women. Perth Scorchers have excellent batting and reliable bowling are favourites to win the game. Don’t hesitate to bet on the most reliable sports betting site baji.live now!