HB W vs BH W Live Score, In the Match of Rebel WBBL 2020 which will be played at Drummoyne Oval, Sydney. HB W vs BH W Live Score, Match between Hobart Hurricanes Women and Brisbane Heat Women Live on November 15th 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.
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Venue: Drummoyne Oval, Sydney.
Hobart Hurricanes Women will take on Brisbane Heat Women in the 40th match of the WBBL. Hobart Hurricanes have won two back to back matches. In their previous match, they won against the mighty Sydney Sixers by 9 wickets as Rachel Priest played a match-winning knock of 92* runs from just 63 balls. With 3 wins, 4 losses, and 2 no results they are currently sitting at 6th position with 8 points.
They have performed well as a team in the last couple of matches and they would want to continue the same momentum in the remaining matches and be hopeful of qualifying for the semi-finals. On the other hand, Brisbane Heat are in the 5th position in the points table with 8 points just above Hobart Hurricanes on a better run-rate.
HB W vs BH W Squads
Hobart Hurricanes Women
Corinne Hall, Nell Smith, Nicola Carey, Brooke Hepburn, Rachel Priest, Chloe Tryon, Belinda Vakarewa, Emma Thompson, Naomi Stalenberg, Amy Smith, Chloe Rafferty, Sasha Maloney, Hayley Matthews and Erica Kershaw.
Brisbane Heat Women
Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Nicola Hancock, Grace Harris, Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Laura Kimmince, Nadine De Klerk, Charli Knott, Georgia Prestwidge, Georgia Redmayne, Courtney Sippel, Georgia Voll.
HB W vs BH W Predicted XIs
Hobart Hurricanes Women
Rachel Priest (WK), Naomi Stalenberg, Hayley Matthews, Nicola Carey, Chloe Tryon, Corinne Hall (C), Sasha Maloney, Belinda Vakarewa, Amy Smith, Brooke Hepburn and Erica Kershaw.
Brisbane Heat Women
Maddy Green, Georgia Redmayne (WK), Jess Jonassen (C), Grace Harris, Laura Kimmince, Amelia Kerr, Nadine de Klerk, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Voll, Georgia Prestwidge and Courtney Sippel.
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
It’s going to be sunny in Sydney with a temperature ranging between 26 and 27 degrees Celsius and there is no chance of precipitation for this match.
Only one full match is played at this venue in WBBL 2020. The ball comes well onto the bat with the sun is expected to be out the whole day. The pitch is expected to remain the same throughout the match. Whoever wins the toss should bowl first on this track.
Average first innings score:
136( Only one full game completed on this venue this season)
Record of chasing teams:
Won – 0, Lost – 1, Tie – 0
HB W vs BH W Top Picks
- Rachel Priest has scored 272 runs in 8 innings at an average of 54.4 with a strike rate of 124.77 with the highest score of 92*.
- Hayley Matthews has impressed with her all-round performances throughout the tournament. She has scored 113 runs in 7 innings at an average of 22.6 with a strike rate of 100.89 so far. With the ball, she has picked 10 wickets at an economy of 6.04.
- Naomi Stalenberg has scored 119 runs in 7 innings at an average of 19.83 with a strike rate of 102.58.
- Brisbane Heat skipper Jess Jonassen has scored 127 runs in 8 innings at an average of 18.14 and with a strike rate of 103.25. She is the leading wicket-taker for Brisbane Heat, picking up 10 wickets at an economy of 6.74.
- Grace Harris has scored 196 runs in 8 innings at an average of 32.66 and with a strike rate of 114.61. She also picked up 6 wickets at an economy of 6.18.
- Georgia Redmayne has scored 188 runs in 8 innings at an average of 31.33 with a strike rate of 111.24.
Rebel WBBL 2020
The sixth edition of the Women’s Big Bash League is set to start on Sunday, 25 October, in Sydney, which will host all games this season.
The tournament features some of the top talent in women’s cricket, with several international players and Australia’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup-winning team in action. The build up to this edition included lots of internationals moving from one franchise to the other, promising considerable shake-up to the competition. Ahead of the season, we take a look at some key player signings and how it could impact the franchises.
The best players from around the world have arrived in the rebel WBBL Village in Sydney Olympic Park ahead of Sunday’s opening rebel WBBL|06 matches.
More than 250 players, staff and families will spend the next five weeks inside the Village with the entire 59-game season to be played in Sydney.
Eight matches will be played across North Sydney Oval and Hurstville Oval this Sunday and Monday, highlighted by a Sunday double-header on the Seven Network, Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports (opening round fixture below).
The rebel WBBL is the world’s leading women’s domestic cricket league with more than 20 international players and staff joining the best talent from around Australia. More rebel WBBL games will be broadcast this season than ever before – a year-on-year increase of 57% – building on the success of the first-ever standalone tournament in 2019-20.