HB-W vs MS-W Dream11

HB-W VS MS-W DREAM11 PREDICTION WBBL 2018 PREVIEW TEAM NEWS, PLAYING 11

HB-W VS MS-W DREAM11 TEAM | HOBART HURRICANES WOMEN VS MELBOURNE STARS WOMEN PREVIEW

HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Match Prediction | Who Will Win Today Match

Burnie, December 08, Saturday at 08:30 AM IST

Hobart Hurricanes will be eyeing to open their WBBL account when they face Melbourne Stars at Burnie in the upcoming encounters. Having fallen short of three balls remaining, Hurricanes faced 6 wickets defeat against Scorchers in their opening fixture while defending 143 on board.

They will be boosted with the joining of three international stars in the likes of Smriti Mandhana- Indian opener, Heather Knight- English skipper, and Hayley Matthews – Windies star all-rounder. All the three missed the opening encounter and are fully set to feature against Melbourne Stars. A 13-member squad has been released by Hurricanes ahead of the clash to face Stars.

Melbourne Stars registered seven wickets win over Sydney Sixers in the opening encounter and would be hoping to carry the momentum. In response to Sydney Sixers’  165-7 on board, Stars rode on Lizelle Lee’s blistering knock of 102* off just 56 deliveries and achieved the target in 17.2 overs with 7 wickets in hand.

Stars have decided to go with the same combination after registering a convincing win in the opening fixture and have named an unchanged squad for Burnie clash.      

HB-W vs MS-W Team News

  • Hobart Hurricane have announced their squad ahead of the Burnie clash
  • Hurricanes have been boosted with the joining of Smriti Mandhana, Heather Knight and Hayley Matthews
  • Hayley Matthews was ruled out due to a toe injury last week but the Windies star is all fit to feature.
  • Melbourne Stars have named an unchanged squad.
  • Vice-captain Erin Osborne will lead the side in Kristen Beam’s absence.

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HB-W VS MS-W PLAYING 11

Here’s how the two sides may lineup for –

HB-W Playing 11:

Wicketkeeper- G Redmayne

Batswomen- Stefanie Daffara, Heather Knight, C Hall

All-rounder- Hayley Mathews, Sasha Moloney, Meg Philips 

Bowlers- R O’Donnell, Alex Hartley, B Hepburn

MS-W Playing 11:

Wicket-Keeper:- Lizelle Lee

Batswomen:- Katie Mack, Mignon du Preez, Nicole Faltum

All-rounders:- Erine Osborne, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Elwiss 

Bowlers:- Alana King, Holly Ferling, Nicola Hancock 

 

HB-W VS MS-W SQUADS

Hobart Hurricanes- Brooke Hepburn, Smriti Mandhana, Katelyn Fryett, Hayley Matthews, Alex Hartley, Corinne Hall, Georgia Redmayne, Stefanie Daffara, Sasha Moloney, Veronica Pyke, Meg Phillips, Erin Fazackerley, Rhiann O Donnell

Melbourne Stars Women- Georgia Elwiss, Erin Osborne, Kristen Beams (c), Holly Ferling, Mignon du Preez, Lizelle Lee, Angela Reakes, Alana King, Katie Mack, Makinley Blows, Nicole Faltum, Chloe Rafferty, Annabel Sutherland, Nicola Hancock

 

HB-W VS MS-W DREAM11 TEAM

In wicketkeeper, Lizelle Lee will be a better pick. But you can pick G Redmayne also as per your credit score.

In batting, S Mandhana and Heather Knight are set to play their first game of the season. They are must-have options.  Apart from the two, Mignon Du Preez and S Daffara will be better picked.

Mignon du Preez returned unbeaten on 33 in the first encounter.

In all-rounder, S Moloney and  E Osborne will be perfect.

Hayley Matthews is fit to play. It will be purely on management to give her a chance or not. 

In bowling, Alex Hartley, B Hepburn, H Ferling and Nicola Hancock will be right choices.

 

**Here we are taking chance on Hayley Mathews by picking her as vice-captain.

**Note: She is a bit doubtful starter. 

Note: This HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Prediction is based on news sourced from various sources. We suggest you pick your playing 11 from the squad listed above basis HB-W vs MS-W team news. Kindly revisit before the deadline to get the final update of the HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Prediction. Also, hit the bell icon on the bottom right side of your screen to get all the latest Dream11 Prediction updates.

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