MR-W vs SS-W Dream11 Prediction 17th Match WBBL 2019

MR-W vs SS-W Dream11 Prediction 17th Match WBBL 2019

MR-W vs SS-W Dream11 Prediction, Preview and Probable Playing XI of the 17th Match of WBBL 2019. Melbourne Renegades Women will take on Sydney Sixers Women in the seventeenth encounter of Women Big Bash League 2019 at W.A.C.A. Ground in Perth.

Sydney Sixers Women are one of the favorites for the trophy and have won two and lost one encounter till now. They defeated Melbourne Stars by 8 wickets in the last encounter. Bowling first, South African Couple Kapp and Niekerk took five scalps among them with the former taking magnificent hat-trick to restrict Stars at 107. In chase, Ellyse Perry remained unbeaten at 39 while Healy and Gardner also made handy contributions to ensure comfortable victory for Sixers. They will hope to continue the winning momentum ahead and defeat Renegades tomorrow.

Melbourne Renegades Women have won two and lost three encounters as of now in WBBL’19. They lost to Perth Scorchers by 8 wickets in a rain-affected encounter yesterday. Batting first, Danielle Wyatt played attacking knock of 74* runs in just 51 balls and was supported by Molineux and Beaumont to take team to a total of 134 runs in 15 overs. With ball, Wareham struck twice but was not enough to prevent Scorchers from defeating them by 8 wickets under D/L method. They will hope to give a tough challenge to mighty Sixers.

When and Where

MR-W vs SS-W, 17th Match, Women Big Bash League 2019.
W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth, Australia.
09:40 AM, 2nd November 2019.

Pitch Condition:

A good track can be expected with significant support to batsmen as well as bowlers.

Pacers can extract bounce on this track and can get some wickets while spinners will also be crucial in second innings.

The chasing team can have a good advantage.

Squads

MR-W:
Tammy Beaumont, Maitlan Brown, Josie Dooley, Jess Duffin ©, Erica Kershaw, Claire Koski, Carly Leeson, Sophie Molineux, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Georgia Wareham, Courtney Webb, Danielle Wyatt.

SS-W:
Sarah Aley, Alisha Bates, Erin Burns, Stella Campbell, Maddy Darke, Ashleigh Gardner, Alyssa Healy, Jodie Hicks, Dane Van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Ellyse Perry ©, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Lauren Smith.

Team News

Melbourne Renegades Women:

  • No changes are expected in their playing XI.

Sydney Sixers Women:

  • They have declared unchanged 13-women squad for the match and are unlikely to tinker the winning combination.

Probable Playing XI

MR-W:
Danielle Wyatt, Sophie Molineux, Tammy Beaumont, Claire Koski, Jess Duffin (c), J Dooley (wk), Maitlan Brown, Georgia Wareham, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Carly Leeson.

SS-W:
Alyssa Healy (wk), Ellyse Perry (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Dane Van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Maddy Darke, Jodie Hicks, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Lauren Smith, Sarah Aley.

Top picks for MR-W vs SS-W Dream11

Melbourne Renegades Women:

Danielle Wyatt: Wyatt is one of the world’s best women batsmen and always remains in good form. She scored 61, 31 and 74* runs in three matches and also took two scalps till now.

Sophie Molineux: Molineux is a talented spinner and attacking batsman and will be the best choice for captain in grand leagues. She took three wicket-haul in second last match and scored 20 runs yesterday.

Tammy Beaumont: She is technically strong batsmen and can play as per the situation of the match. She scored 41, 25 and 30* runs in three matches.

Jess Duffin: Skipper Duffin will bat in the middle order and is a consistent performer with bat. She crucial knock of 44, 26, 17 and 69 runs in four matches.

G Wareham: Spinner Wareham bowls economical spells and can take plenty of wickets. However, She is not looking in good form but struck twice yesterday.

L Tahuhu: Kiwi pacer Tahuhu has good pace and bounce and can be lethal in pace friendly conditions. She took three scalps till now.

Maitlan Brown: Pacer Brown took two scalps each in the first two encounters and three wicket-haul in the second last match. She can be a good pick in your fantasy team.

Molly Strano: She is a good spinner and took five scalps in the last four matches.

Sydney Sixers Women:

Ellyse Perry: Skipper Perry is a star performer in WBBL as she will open the innings and bowl her quota of overs. She scored 81, 27 and 39* runs in three matches and also took three scalps till now.

Alyssa Healy: Wicket-keeper Healy is in her best form currently and is scoring runs at her will. She scored 42, 13 and 27 runs in three matches.

Asleigh Gardner: She is one of the most attacking women batsmen and very economical spinner. She scored 28, 10 and 32 runs in three matches along with two scalps and will be the best choice for captaincy in grand leagues.

Marizanne Kapp: South African all-rounder Kapp is a lethal pacer and handy batsmen. She took a brilliant hat-trick in the last match.

Dane Van Niekerk: She is a technically strong and consistent batswomen and wicket-taking spin bowler. She struck twice in the last match.

Erin Burns: She recently made her Australian debut and is a consistent batsmen. Burns can also bowl a few overs of part-time spin. She scored 14 runs and took one scalp in the first match.

Sarah Aley: Veteran Pacer Aley has good experience and can fetch a good amount of fantasy points on her day. She has taken four scalps till now including three wicket-haul in the first match.

MR-W vs SS-W Dream11 Prediction

H2H Team:

Alyssa Healy (wk)
Asleigh Gardner
Erin Burns
J Duffin
Ellyse Perry ( C )
Danielle Wyatt ( VC )
S Molineux
G Wareham
Sarah Aley
M Brown
Lauren Smith

Captain and Vc Choices:

Ellyse Perry, Danielle Wyatt, Alyssa Healy, S Molineux, Ashleigh Gardner, Dane Van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Tammy Beaumont, Erin Burns.

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