Womens Big Bash League 2022 - Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat Women Dream11 Match Prediction, Top Picks, Playing 11, Captain, Vice Captain, Player Stats, Pitch Report & Weather Update
|Adelaide Strikers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women – Challenger - WBBL|
|Date||24th November 2022|
|Time||1:40 PM IST, 8:10 AM GMT, 6:40 PM LOCAL|
|Venue||Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide, South Australia|
Brisbane Heat women defeated Hobart Hurricanes women in the Eliminator to book a challenger clash with Adelaide Strikers women in the WBBL 2022. This is a must-win game for both teams as the winner will face Sydney Sixers in the final.
Strikers finished second on the points table so they directly booked a berth in the challengers while the Sixers marched into the final after topping the table. The third and fourth-ranked teams, Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes met in Eliminator where Heat defeated the Hurricanes to book a clash with Strikers in the Challenger.
Heat were on song during the game and defeated Hurricanes by 44 runs after they restricted Hurricanes to 135-9 in the chase of 180.
The surface is a flat track with consistent pace and bounce. The batters are going to enjoy their time out in the middle.
The weather will be cloudy with temperatures ranging between 23 and 13 degrees.
Katie Mack, Laura Wolvaardt, Tahlia McGrath (c), Deandra Dottin, Bridget Patterson, Madeline Penna, Tegan McPharlin (wk), Amanda Wellington, Jemma Barsby, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Redmayne (wk), Georgia Voll, Grace Harris, Amelia Kerr, Laura Harris, Jess Jonassen (c), Charli Knott, Nicola Hancock, Jess Kerr, Courtney Sippel
Both teams are likely to retain the winning combination from the last game.
Brisbane Heat women have dominated Adelaide Strikers women in the history of WBBL. Both teams won one game each against each other in WBBL 2022
|Batters||Laura Wolvaardt (C), Danielle Wyatt (VC), Katie Mack|
|All-rounders||Amelia Kerr, Jess Jonassen, Deandra Dottin, Tahlia McGrath|
|Bowlers||Megan Schutt, Nicola Hancock, Amanda Wellington|
Danielle Wyatt has picked up some great form now. She has scored two back-to-back fifties and is looking in ruthless form. She scored 52 of 38 to help the Brisbane Heat women beat Hobart Hurricanes women in the Eliminator.
Laura Wolvaardt scored 75 in the Strikers’ last game against Sydney Thunder. She has been in top form in the tournament, with 341 runs in 14 games. She is the 4th highest run scorer of the tournament.
Amelia Kerr has been brilliant with the ball for the Heat. She has taken 20 wickets in the tournament without giving much away. While she has been ordinary with the bat, she is a big match player and can play a pivotal role in the Challenger.
Jess Jonassen picked 4 wickets in the Eliminator against Hobart Hurricanes women. Overall, she has had a terrific tournament, with 20 wickets in 14 matches at an astounding average of 16.85 and a very healthy economy rate.
Megan Schutt had a terrific game against Sydney Thunder women as she picked up 6-19 to help Strikers beat Sydney Thunder. She is the leading wicket-taker of the tournament with 23 wickets in 13 matches, including 2 four-fers and 1 five-fer.