The 49th match of the WBBL 2020 will be played between Melbourne Stars Women and Brisbane Heat Women at Dramoyne Oval, Sydney.
The match is scheduled to start at 09:30 AM local time (04:00 AM IST) and will be streamed live on Sony Six and Sony Six HD.
One of WBBL’s biggest skirmishes is scheduled to take place on Saturday morning at Dramoin Oval. The top two are taking each other to the next fixture of the WBBL 2020. Table-toppers Melbourne Stars are coming up with another big 39-run win over the Storm. His batting order continued to underline his opposition, along with another superb all-round performance by his bowling unit. However, the stars have already qualified for the KO stage and sit on top with 19 points under their belt.
On the other hand, the Brisbane Heat are in dire need of a win with a possible elimination here as they need a win to guarantee their place for the next round. The Heat were defeated by the Stars in their previous meeting earlier this season. However, he has since registered five consecutive wins and is expected to give a tough fight to the table-toppers this time.
MS-W vs BH-W Weather Report for Match 49:
The weather at Dramoyne Oval, Sydney is expected to be slightly cloudy at the time of the match. The temperature will increase from 21 to 23 ° C until wrapped.
Pitch Condition / Report:
The pitch at Dramoyne Oval was difficult for the batsmen. The batsmen have been seen to have difficulty connecting anything with the willow. Another low scoring game is in front of us.
Average first innings score:
112 (last three matches of WBBL played here)
Teams chasing record:
Won – 1, lost – 2, tied – 0
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when updated)
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MS-W vs BH-W Today’s likely playing XI:
Melbourne Stars Women:
Meg Lanning (c), Elyse Villani, Mignon du Preez, Natalie Siver, Annabelle Sutherland, Catherine Brunt, Nicole Falutum (wk), Sophie Day, Holly Ferring, Alana King, Lucy Cripps.
Vibha M. Devchand, Anna Lanning, Erin Osborne, Tess Flintoff.
Brisbane Heat Women:
Grace Harris, Georgia Redmayne (wk), Jess Jonassen (c), Georgia Voll, Maddy Green, Amelia Kerr, Laura Kimison Harris, Charlie Knott, Georgia Prestwiz, Delam Kimison, Nicola Hancock
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MS-W vs BH-W top pick for today’s Dream 11 match:
Jess Jonassen Both in bat and ball form is in top form. She has 161 runs on SR of 105.22. Despite being ducked in the last game, he is in decent touch. However, he is the leading wicket-taker for the heats with 14 at an average of 14. 16.
Georgia Redmayne Currently the player to score the most runs for the Heat. He opens the innings and has an SR of 116.32 with an average of 35.62 this season.
Meg Lanning Scored a stunning 54 in SR of 216 against the Heat. He has scored 381 runs at an average of 47.62 with a superb SR of 129.15. She has scored five half-centuries so far this season.
Catherine Brunt Won two wickets at 3K ER in his last match. Overall he has taken 7 wickets in a spectacular ER of 5.76 so far this season.
Selection of captain and vice-captain:
Captain Option – Meg Lanning, Catherine Brunt, Georgia Redmayne
Vice Captain Option – Jess Jonassen, Amelia Kerr, Annabelle Sutherland
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MS-W vs BH-W Dream 11 Suggested Playing XI No.1 for fantasy cricket:
keeper – Georgia Redmayne
Batter – Meg Lanning (C), Alice Villani, Georgia Wol
All-rounders – Jess Jonassen (VC), Annabelle Sutherland, Natalie Scientist, Amelia Kerr
Bowler – Catherine Brunt, Delissa Kimmins, Nicola Hancock
MS-W vs BH-W Dream 11 Suggested Playing XI No. 2 for fantasy cricket:
keeper – Georgia Redmayne
Batter – Meg Lanning, Mignon do Prez, Georgia Voll
All-rounders Jess Jonassen, Amelia Kerr (VC), Annabelle Sutherland, Grace Harris
Bowler – Catherine Brunt (C), Delisa Kimison, Nicola Hancock
Amelia Kerr He is the second highest wicket taker for the Heat and took 3 wickets in the last out against the Stars.
Grace harris He scored a stunning 81 against the Stars last time.
MS-W vs BH-W Possible Winners:
The Melbourne Stars women are expected to win this match.