BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 Prediction of 2nd Semi-Final: WBBL 2019
BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 Prediction, Preview and Probable Playing XI of the 2nd Semi-Final Match of WBBL 2019. Brisbane Heat Women will take on Melbourne Renegades Women in the second semi-final of Women Big Bash League 2019 at Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
Brisbane Heat Women ended on the top of the points table in the league stage with ten wins in fourteen matches. They won their last match against Melbourne Stars Women by 8 wickets.
Bowling first, Heat bowlers restricted Stars on 87 runs in ten overs with the help of two wicket-hauls from Kerr and Jonassen. In the chase, In-form opener Beth Mooney scored attacking 50* from 27 balls while Laura Harris did the rest scoring 13-ball 21 runs knock. Defending Champions Brisbane Heat will hope to defeat Renegades and continue their path of a successful title defense.
Melbourne Renegades Women made it to the semis with eight wins in fourteen matches. They have won their last three matches by a good margin including one against Brisbane Heat by 6 wickets.
In the last match, They defeated Sydney Thunder Women by 29 runs. Batting first, Danielle Wyatt and Jessica Duffin played brilliant knocks of 44 and 53 runs to take the team to a total of 151. Defending the target, Molly Strano took brilliant three wicket-haul to restrict Thunder at 122 runs. In the absence of their top players Danielle Wyatt, Beaumont and Molineux, They will have to put a unison effort to challenge mighty Brisbane Heat Women.
BH-W vs MR-W, 2nd Semi-Final Match, Women Big Bash League 2019.
Allan Border Field, Brisbane.
09:20 AM, 7th December 2019.
A good track can be expected with significant support to batsmen.
The last match played here was a high-scoring affair with more than 360 runs scored in both the innings combined.
Hard-hitting batswomen can enjoy the conditions due to small boundaries.
Spinners and Pacers will have to use their skills to take wickets for their team.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Kirby Short (c), Beth Mooney, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Maddy Green, Mikalya Hinkley, Delissa Kimmince, Laura Harris, Amelia Kerr, Courtney Sippel, Georgia Prestwidge, Charlie Knott.
Melbourne Renegades Women:
Maitlan Brown, Josie Dooley, Jess Duffin (c), Carly Leeson, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Georgia Wareham, Courtney Webb, Chamari Athapaththu, Makinley Blows, Anna Lanning, Erica Kershaw, Courtney Neale.
BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 Team News
- They have declared an unchanged squad and are likely to go with the same playing XI.
- Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont are not available due to national duty along with Sophie Molineux who is out to deal with mental issues.
- Erica Kershaw is likely to take the place of Danielle Wyatt in the playing XI.
Probable Playing XI
Beth Mooney (wk), Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short (c), Amelia Kerr, Sammy-Jo Johnson, M Hinkley, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Prestwidge.
They can shuffle their batting order.
Anna Lanning, Chamari Athapaththu, Erica Kershaw, Jess Duffin (c), Courtney Webb, J Dooley (wk), Maitlan Brown, Georgia Wareham, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Carly Leeson.
Top picks for BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 Prediction
Beth Mooney: Aussie opener Mooney is in brilliant form and can give a good start to the team. She will be a must pick in BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 team and has scored 672 runs in 14 encounters at an average of nearly 75.
Jess Jonassen: Spin all-rounder Jonassen can take plenty of wickets with her witty spin and bats in an attacking manner in middle-order. She has scored 348 runs and took 19 scalps till now.
Sammy-Jo Johnson: She is a very attacking batswoman and is also a lethal pacer. She has taken sixteen scalps this season.
Grace Harris: All-rounder Grace Harris is a talented performer and can be brilliant with the bat as well as the ball. However, She has failed to make an impact this season.
Amelia Kerr: Kiwi spinner Kerr is a wicket-taking spinner of T20I format and can also be handy with the bat. She has taken twelve scalps till now.
Maddy Green: Kiwi batswomen Green will open the innings and has the talent to play a good knock for her team.
Delissa Kimmince: She is a wicket-taking pacer and handy batsmen also. She has taken seventeen scalps for her team in WBBL’19.
Jess Duffin: Skipper Duffin will bat in the middle order and is a consistent performer with bat. She has scored 500 runs in twelve innings at an average of 71.43.
Chamari Athapaththu: She joined the team in the last match as a replacement player and will be a must-pick in your fantasy team considering her all-round skills. She performed well in her last international tour in Australia.
Maitlan Brown: Pacer Brown can be a good pick in your fantasy team as she has taken sixteen scalps till now and can also perform with bat whenever required.
Molly Strano: She is a good spinner and is second on the list of top wicket-takers with twenty wickets at an average of 18.90.
G Wareham: Spinner Wareham bowls economical spells and can take plenty of wickets. However, She has not performed as per her caliber in this season.
Anna Lanning: She is an attacking opener and can be a match-winner on her day. She has scored 85 runs till now in four innings.
L Tahuhu: Kiwi pacer Tahuhu has a good pace and bounce and can be lethal in pace friendly conditions. She has taken nine scalps in fourteen innings.
BH-W vs MR-W Dream11 Prediction
- Chamari Atapattu is also good all-rounder but in the previous match, she did not bowl.
- You can pick Maitlan Brown in place of Kimmince or A Kerr.
Captain and Vice-captain
Jess Jonassen, Beth Money, Sammy Jo-Johnson, Grace Harris, C Atapattu, Amelia Kerr.
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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.