MR-W vs ST-W | Womens Big Bash League 12th Match | 26-10-2019 13:30

Melbourne Renegades Women vs Sydney Thunder Women Womens Prediction


Match: MR-W vs ST-W Team Prediction
Time:   26 Oct , 01:30 PM (IST)
Series: Womens Big Bash League 2019
Venue: Blacktown International Sportspark - Sydney, Australia.



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 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

SYTW : W L L L W
MLRW : W W L L L



 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played  08
MR-W Won            01
ST-W Won            07

 Info: 

  • Sydney Thunder started the new Women's Big Bash League season with a heavy defeat to Sydney Sixers, but they bounced back last time out as Phoebe Litchfield's unbeaten half-century helped them neat Brisbane Heat by seven wickets.
  • Melbourne Renegades have played three times so far, winning two and losing one. Danni Wyatt has top-scored for them in each of the last two games, hitting 61 in a five-wicket win against Adelaide and 31 in a four-wicket victory against Perth.
  • Sydney Thunder have won the last six fixtures between these two teams, and seven out of eight in total since the start of the WBBL.


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 MR-W vs ST-W Toss Prediction 

Sydney Thunder are yet to win the toss in this tournament and so are due this one. With the pitch a bit of an unknown, history at the ground suggests batting first will be key.

 MR-W vs ST-W Weather Report 

Sydney is set for a warm, clear evening with zero chance of rain forecast in Rooty Hill, where the Sportspark is located.

 MR-W vs ST-W Pitch Condition 

The Blacktown International Sportspark pitch was heavily criticised for being lifeless and then dangerous when it was last used for cricket. It must have improved since then, but it could still be a batting pitch.

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 Team NEWS: 

 ST-W Team News 

Perth Scorchers have had to wait patiently for their first matches of the new Women’s Big Bash League campaign, with every other team having got underway except them. Since last season, Elyse Villani has moved the Melbourne Stars and English bowler Kate Cross is not retuning, but Nat Sciver adds international quality and Kim Garth is an interesting acquisition – the Irishwoman having proved herself a canny all-rounder in the shortest form.


 MR-W Team News 
Teenager Phoebe Litchfield has showed why she is so highly rated, after making her WBBL debut in the opening game before hitting a half-century in her second match. The 16-year-old is likely to form part of an unchanged Thunder line-up.

Predicted Lineups (Playing11):

 ST-W 

Meg Lanning (c), Amy Jones (wk), Nicole Bolton, Nat Sciver, Kim Garth, Georgia Redmayne, Heather Graham, Taneale Peschel, Emma King, Piepa Cleary, Kath Hempenstall.


 MR-W

Sophie Molineux, Danni Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Claire Koski, Jess Duffin (c), Courtney Webb, Josie Dooley (wk), Maitlin Brown, Georgia Wareham, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu.

 PS-W vs MR-W Dream11 Fantasy Team: 

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Key Players:

 ST-W Key Players: 

 Phoebe Litchfield: 
The 16-year-old left-hander started the tournament with 26 in the defeat to Sydney Sixers and then became the youngest ever WBBL batsman to score a half-century with her 52* from 48 balls last time out.

 Alex Blackwell: 
The perfect foil for Litchfield in a 97-run partnership, the former Thunder captain posted 42* from 27 balls to follow up her half-century in the first game. She also hit 66* when these teams last met too.

 Shabnim Ismail: 
The fiery pace bowler took her first Thunder wicket last time out, having previously showed good bowling form for South Africa against India.

 MR-W Key Players: 

 Danni Wyatt:
Top-scored for the Renegades for the second consecutive game, with 31 in the win against Perth Scorchers. The England all-rounder had previously hit 61 in the win against Adelaide Strikers. She also bowled last time out, claiming 1-17.

 Lea Tahuhu: 
The New Zealand pace bowler claimed 2-20 in the first match against Adelaide Strikers and bowled superbly to collect figures of 1-14 in the win against Perth Scorchers last time out too..

 Molly Strano: 
Took another two wickets last time out, finishing with 2-27, having claimed 2-28 with her off spin against Adelaide Strikers too. Good one-day form for Victoria before that proves it is no flash in the pan either.


 ST-W vs MR-W Dream11 Prediction: 

Wicket-keeper

Rachel Priest and Josie Dooley is your choice behind the stumps. Priest costs 9.5 credits, reflecting her greater reputation, and she showed a return to some of her best form when she hit 31 last time out. She was generally in excellent form at the Kia Super League too.

Batsmen

If you have elected for Priest, then Rachael Haynes may be a gamble too far at ten credits – it is hard to balance the cost of the team, particularly with Tammy Beaumont demanding selection at 9.5 credits too. Alex Blackwell has started the tournament in good form for he Thunder, meanwhile, and is better value at nine credits, and Phoebe Litchfield is now hard to ignore after her unbeaten half-century – particularly as the 16-year-old is just eight credits. Renegades captain Jess Duffin is worth picking up at 8.5 credits too.

All-rounders

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This is where saving credits will pay off, with Danni Wyatt in top form in the last two games and well worth her ten-credit price tag. Nida Dar and Sophie Molineux both cost 9.5 credits, and Dar has the edge based on performances so far.

Bowlers

Leaving out Molineux is a tough call, but it does allow more choice when it comes to the bowlers. Shabnim Ismail is the most expensive, at 9.5 credits, but her recent form for South Africa demands that. Lea Tahuhu and Molly Strano have both been in the wickets for the Renegades, and they are nine credits each, while Maitlan Brown is 8.5 credits and started the tournament with two wickets in each of the first two games.

Captain/Vice-captain

Danni Wyatt has top-scored for the Renegades in each of the last two matches and also bowled – and claimed a wicket – for the first time last time out. The England international is a clear candidate for Dream 11 captain. Alex Blackwell is in consistent batting form for the Thunder, meanwhile. She is nine credits but if she can maintain her start to the tournament, she will pay off as a vice-captain.

Team Forms:

ST-W Team Form

Sydney Thunder bounced back from their opening-day defeat to Sydney Sixers – when, despite Alex Blackwell’s half-century, they finished well short on 143/9 in pursuit of 193 to win – by beating the defending champions last time out.

Brisbane Heat scored 150/9, as Samantha Bates claimed 3-33 from her four overs, but Phoebe Litchfield (52*) and Alex Blackwell (42*) led the Thunder to a seven-wicket win, with seven balls to spare.

MR-W Recent Team Form

Melbourne Renegades had mixed fortunes in their opening two games against Adelaide Strikers. They posted a dismal 117/7 in the first – losing by six wickets as a result – but they bounced back in the second game as Danni Wyatt’s 61 from 37 balls helped them chase 153 in a five-wicket win.

Last time out, Wyatt top-scored again. This time, chasing 133 to beat Perth Scorchers, she and England team-mate Tammy Beaumont shared a handy partnership to set up a four-wicket win.


SQUAD:

ST-W:
Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Priest(w), Rachael Haynes(c), Alex Blackwell, Phoebe Litchfield, Nida Dar, Hannah Darlington, Rene Farrell, Lisa Griffith, Shabnim Ismail, Samantha Bates, Saskia Horley, Rachel Trenaman, Tahlia Wilson.


MR-W:
Sophie Molineux, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Claire Koski, Jessica Duffin(c), Courtney Webb, Josephine Dooley(w), Maitlan Brown, Georgia Wareham, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu, Courtney Neale, Carly Leeson, Erica Kershaw, Makinley Blows.

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