SYSW vs BRHW, WBBL 2019 Match free betting tips, Prediction & Dream11 Team. Head to Head, & Playing 11 to bet with Betway, 10cric & Bet365.
Sydney Sixers are bidding for a fourth consecutive win when they take on defending champions Brisbane Heat at the North Sydney Oval.
The Sixers' star pairing of Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy shared an unbeaten 199-run opening partnership last time out, in a 45-run win against Melbourne Stars, as they set a new record for the domestic women's T20 game.
Brisbane also enjoyed a big win last time out, however - Beth Mooney hitting 77* from 51 balls as they chased 142 to beat Adelaide Strikers by nine wickets.
Who will win Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat, WBBL 2019?
In-form Sydney Sixers are bidding to continue their recent momentum when they take on Brisbane Heat at the North Sydney Oval in the Women’s Big Bash League. The match takes place on November 9 and gets underway at 15:00 local time.
Alyssa Healy (103*) and Ellyse Perry (87*) shared an unbroken 199-run opening partnership last time out against Melbourne Stars as the Sixers earned their third straight win and fourth in five games in total. The two Australia stars have been in fine form in this competition.
Brisbane’s own big-hitting Aussie international, Beth Mooney, led them to victory last time out though and the defending champions are now looking to build some momentum of their own after a nine-wicket defeat of Adelaide Strikers.
SYSW vs BRHW, WBBL 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming
Live streaming: Cricket Australia Network, Kayo
SYSW vs BRHW Toss Prediction
After their brilliant batting display last time out, Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy will surely be keen to get the Sixers batting first again this time out.
SYSW vs BRHW Weather Report
Temperatures are cooler in Sydney on Saturday and there is a bit of wind about, but conditions will be dry.
SYSW vs BRHW Pitch Condition
The North Sydney Oval is excellent for batting and the scores on the pitch at the start of this season reflect that.
Read on for team previews, betting tips, latest odds and match prediction for Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat, WBBL 2019
Sydney Sixers Women Team News & Playing 11
SYSW Team News
Stella Campbell continued in place of Jodie Hicks last time out and it would be a surprise after their good form if the Sixers were to make any changes for this fixture.
SYSW Key Players
Ellyse Perry: Hit 81 at the North Sydney Oval in this season’s opening game and then scored 87* in her record-breaking partnership with Alyssa Healy last time out. In between she has scored 27, 39* and 45* and picked up three wickets too. Her form is outstanding.
Alyssa Healy: Started the tournament with some useful starts at the top of the order and then converted them into a stunning unbeaten 106 from 53 balls in her 199-run opening partnership with captain Perry.
Sarah Aley: The medium-pacer took four wickets in two matches at this ground at the start of the tournament and got back among the wickets last time out when she took an excellent 2-18 – albeit overshadowed by Perry and Healy’s batting.
SYSW Team Form
Sydney Sixers have now won their last three matches and four from five in total so far this season. Ellyse Perry has been central to that, hitting 81 in the win against Sydney Thunder, 39* as they saw off Melbourne Stars and then 45* against Melbourne Renegades. Their last win was utterly dominant, meanwhile. Facing Melbourne Stars again, Alyssa Healy hit 106* and Perry 87* in an unbroken 199-run opening stand. The record-breaking partnership helped them to a 45-run win.
Sydney Sixers Women Predicted Playing 11
Alyssa Healy (wk), Ellyse Perry (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Erin Burns, Dane van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Molly Darke, Sarah Aley, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Stella Campbell, Lauren Smith
Brisbane Heat Women Team News & Playing 11
BRHW Team News
Brisbane Heat were rewarded for sticking with an unchanged team last time out with a dominant nine-wicket win against Adelaide Strikers. They could be unchanged again now to face the Sixers.
BRHW Key Players
Beth Mooney: Continued her fine form at the top of the order in this tournament, having hit 50, 35, 67, 44*, 73 and 77* from her six innings so far. She has 346 runs already.
Jess Jonassen: Contributed at various points with bat and ball so far – wickets against Hobart Hurricanes, runs against Sydney Thunder and a useful 0-21 from three overs and 25* last time out.
Amelia Kerr: Took 3-8 when these teams last met and got back to her best last time out as she claimed 1-19 to keep Adelaide Strikers off the boil in Brisbane’s last win.
BRHW Team Form
With Beth Mooney in outstanding form, Brisbane Heat have won two of their last three games. She hit 44* in a short chase of 124 to beat Hobart Hurricanes after Jess Jonassen’s four-wicket haul, but her 73 in the first game against the Adelaide Strikers proved in vain in an eight-wicket defeat. Last time out, however, she scored 77* to lead a chase of 142 as Brisbane won by nine wickets to get back on track.
Brisbane Heat Women Predicted Playing 11
Grace Harris, Beth Mooney (wk), Jess Jonassen, Maddy Green, Laura Harris, Kirby Short (c), Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge
Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)
SYSW : W W W L W
BRHW : W L W L L
SYSW vs BRHW Head to Head
Brisbane Heat have won their last three games against Sydney Sixers, including last season’s final – when they chased 132 to win by three wickets in 19.2 overs – and their dominant win earlier this season. In that game, Amelia Kerr took three wickets as the Heat bowled the Sixers out for 73 in reply to 165/6.
SYSW vs BRHW Head to Head Stats
Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Betting Odds
Sydney Sixers are in fine form and are big favourites to beat the defending champions as a result.
SYSW Bet365 Odds
SYSW to Win the Match: Sydney Sixers are comfortable favourites at 1.61 to beat Brisbane Heat with Bet365.
SYSW Top Batsman: Sydney’s form has been based on their opening batsmen. Ellyse Perry is 2.40 to be Sydney Sixers’ top batsman with Bet365, while wicket-keeper-batsman Alyssa Healy is 2.50 after her unbeaten century last time out. The only player who comes close to them on the odds list is Australia team-mate Ashleigh Gardner at 5.00.
SYSW Top Bowler: Marizanne Kapp now has a WBBL hat-trick to her name and she is 3.50 to be the Sixers’ top bowler with Bet365. Dane van Niekerk is 4.00, while Sarah Aley is 6.50 after her good form last time out. Ellyse Perry can be backed at 4.50.
BRHW Bet365 Odds
BRHW to Win the Match: Brisbane Heat Women are 2.30 outsiders to win against Sydney Sixers Women.
BRHW Top Batsman: Beth Mooney is in outstanding form for Brisbane Heat so far this season, and she is 2.50 to be their top batsman in this game as a result. Grace Harris can be backed at 4.33, while Kirby Short is 5.00 and Jess Jonassen is 6.00. Mooney’s form is hard to ignore though.
BRHW Top Bowler: Amelia Kerr starred in this fixture earlier this season and she is 4.00 to be Brisbane Heat’s top bowler again this time. Delissa Kimmince is 4.33 with Bet365, while Jess Jonassen can be backed at the same price. Sammy-Jo Johnson is 5.00 and Georgia Prestwidge – their top bowler last time out – is 5.50.
Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Prediction
Sydney Sixers, led by Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy, are in outstanding form and it is hard to back against them – even if they have already lost to Brisbane this season.
Back Sydney Sixers to beat Brisbane Heat at 1.61 with Bet365.
If you were not sure how difficult a balancing act picking this team was going to be, then it is obvious as soon as you look at the wicket-keepers. Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healy are 10.5 credits apiece, but how could you leave either out in their current form?
It is important then to save credits wherever you can. Maddy Green is just 8.5 credits with the bat and Mikayla Hinckley is eight credits. With Ashleigh Gardner costing nine credits and the only stand-out batsmen, it is worth saving credits either.
As with Healy and Mooney, you can not ignore Ellyse Perry on her current form and neither should you. She is 11.5 credits but she is in incredible form. Dane van Niekerk at ten credits might be a gamble too far, however, and Jess Jonassen is 9.5 credits and better value on form so far.
Amelia Kerr is nine credits but her form when these teams last met makes it worth selecting her. In order to afford the other players above, it is necessary to select Lauren Smith at 7.5 credits. Sarah Aley is eight credits but has showed good bowling form so far, while Hayley Silver-Holmes is also eight credits. With those three, you can manage to afford the Australian superstars.
Ellyse Perry is in outstanding form and edges team-mate Alyssa Healy for captain given she can bowl too and has picked up the odd wicket. Beth Mooney possibly edges Healy too, given she has been in especially good – and more important consistent – batting form as well.