Womens Big Bash League 2022 - Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Dream11 Eliminator Match Prediction, Top Picks, Playing 11, Captain, Vice Captain, Player Stats, Pitch Report & Weather Update
|Brisbane Heat Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women – Eliminator - WBBL|
|Date||23rd 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 and Hobart Hurricanes women will clash in the Eliminator of the Women's Big Bash League 2022. Brisbane Heat women played 14 matches in the league stage and won 8 while losing 5. With 17 points to their name, they finished third in the points table and qualified for the playoffs.
Meanwhile, Hobart Hurricanes women won 7 of the 14 games and booked a berth in the Eliminator. Hurricanes lost their last two matches and had they won those games, they would have qualified as the second-ranked team and thus would have directly played the challenger.
The surface should play in favour of the batters. The new ball might do a bit but overall, batters should dominate the game. Bowlers need to stick to tight lines for wickets.
It will be a cold and cloudy day. But rain is not much of a threat which will be a big relief for the fans.
Danielle Wyatt, Georgia Voll, Grace Harris, Amelia Kerr, Laura Harris, Ellie Johnston (wk), Jess Jonassen (c), Charli Knott, Nicola Hancock, Jess Kerr, Lucy Hamilton
Lizelle Lee (wk), Rachel Trenaman, Mignon du Preez, Elyse Villani (c), Heather Graham, Nicola Carey, Ruth Johnston, Naomi Stalenberg, Hayley Jensen, Amy Smith, Molly Strano
There are no major injury concerns for the teams thus they are likely to stick to their combinations of the last game.
Brisbane Heat women have a strong record against Hobart Hurricanes women.
|Batters||Ellyse Villani, Mignon du Preez, Danielle Wyatt (C)|
|All-rounders||Amelia Kerr (VC), Jess Jonassen, Heather Graham, Nicola Carey|
|Bowlers||Molly Strano, Nicola Hancock, Jess Kerr|
Danielle Wyatt had a poor outing in the first few games of the tournament but she has started to pick some form late in the tournament. After a quick-fire 31 against Sydney Sixers women, she scored 52 off 24 against Melbourne Stars women. Keeping her experience into account, Wyatt will be a key player for Brisbane Heat women.
Mignon du Preez has had a brilliant season for Hobart Hurricanes women. She is their leading run-scorer of the tournament with 366 runs in 13 matches she has played.
Amelia Kerr is a decent all-rounder to go for. While she has blown hot and cold with the bat, she has been brilliant with the ball, taking 19 wickets in the tournament.
Nicola Hancock has been brilliant for Heat women in the WBBL. She has taken 22 wickets in 14 matches and has been one of the top performers in the tournament.
Molly Strano will be the bowler Brisbane Heat women need to see off. She has been decent in the tournament, picking 18 wickets in 13 outings for her team.