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MS-W vs BH-W Dream11 Match Prediction | Women’s Big Bash League 2019 | Team News, Playing11, Fantasy Teams

Melbourne Stars Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Match Preview

MS-W vs BH-W Dream11: The second and final match of the day will be played between Melbourne Stars women and Brisbane Heat women at the Junction Oval in Melbourne.
Having lost 6 of the 7 games they have played so far, the Melbourne Stars women definitely need to come up with something good to ascertain their position on the points table.
Meanwhile, the Brisbane Heat women have won 4 out of the 7 encounters played and are placed at the third position on the points table. Going into this contest and looking at the current form, the Brisbane Heat women definitely hold the upper hand.
Here, we have come up with the team news, possible playing elevens and Fantasy picks for MS-W vs BH-W Dream11 today match prediction.

Junction Oval, Melbourne, 13th November at 08:30 AM IST

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Head to Head (Last 5 matches)

Melbourne Stars Women won- 04
Brisbane Heat Women won- 01

Recent form (Last 5 matches)

Brisbane Heat Women- LWLWW
Melbourne Stars Women- LLWLL

MS-W vs BH-W Team News

Brisbane Heat Women
The Heat women have announced an unchanged 13-member squad for this fixture.
Injuries: No injury updates.
Team combination: Having won two on the trot, Brisbane Heat women won't be looking for any changes in their eleven.
Brisbane Heat Women Playing 11- (Expected)
Maddy Green, Grace Harris, Kirby Short, Georgia Prestwidge, Beth Mooney, Amelia Kerr, Jess Jonassen, Laura Harris, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley.

Melbourne Stars Women
The Stars women have announced one change in their squad.
Missing: Emma Inglis
Alana King
Team combination:
T Flintoff's regular failure might make her sit out of this game. Alana King is the front runner to replace her. Madeline Penna's place is also under scrutiny.
Melbourne Stars Women Playing 11- (Expected)
Holly Ferling, Mignon du Preez, Annabel Sutherland, Lizelle Lee, Katey Martin, Erin Osborne, Elyse Villani, Kristen Beams, Nicola Hancock, Alana King, Madeline Penna.

MS-W vs BH-W Squads

MS-W Squad
Ellyse Villani (c), Kristen Beams, Mignon du Preez, Nicole Faltum, Holly Ferling, Tess Flintoff, Nicola Hancock, Alana King, Lizelle Lee, Katey Martin, Erin Osborne, Madeline Penna, Annabell Sutherland.

BH-W Squad
Kirby Short (c), Beth Mooney, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen, Sammy-Jo-Johnson, Maddy Green, Mikayla Hinkley, Delissa Kimmince, Laura Harris, Amelia Kerr, Courtney Sippel, Georgia Prestwidge, Charli Knott.

MS-W vs BH-W Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from Brisbane Heat Women-

Best performers from the tournament so far:
Beth Mooney: 371 runs from 7 innings at an average of 74.20.
Jess Jonassen: 126 runs from 7 innings at an average of 21 and 8 wickets.
Sammy-Jo-Johnson: 9 wickets from 7 matches.
Grace Harris: 101 runs from 7 innings and 4 scalps

Players to avoid:
Charli Knot, C Sippel

Fantasy Picks from Melbourne Stars Women-

Best performers from the tournament so far:
Lizelle Lee: 291 runs from 7 innings at an average of 48.50.
Mignon du Preez: 173 runs from 7 innings at an average of 24.71.
Ellyse Villani: 150 runs from 7 innings at an average of 21.42.
Erin Osborne: 8 wickets from 7 matches.

Players to avoid:
Holly Ferling, Chloe Rafferty

Wicket-keeper: Beth Mooney (vc)
Batters: K Short, E Villani, L Lee
All-rounders: J Jonassen, S Jo-Johnson (c), E Osborne, M Penna
Bowlers: A Kerr, G Prestwidge, K Beams

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teaST which we have provided here of MS-W vs BH-W Dream11 is best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

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Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.