The Perth Scorchers Women and Hobart Hurricanes Women will lock horns in the Match 33 of Women’s Big Bash 2021. The Hobart Hurricanes Women will require the performances from their top players like Rachel Priest and Mignon Du Preez. While the Perth Scorchers have the presence of quality players in Beth Mooney and Sophie Devine, who are in terrific form in the tournament.
The Perth Scorchers women have 4 wins in 7 league matches and are at 4th position in the table. They secured a victory of 40 runs against Melbourne Renegades in the last fixture. While the Hobart Hurricanes have been average with only 2 wins in 9 matches. They lost to Sydney Sixers team by 31 runs and would look to improve their performances.
The Perth Scorchers team will return to their home ground and will certainly have an advantage ahead of the clash. Additionally, they have been impressive in the tournament with the execution in both departments. The Hobart Hurricanes have a must win fixture upon them, to keep hopes alive for reaching the semifinals of the tournament.
Fixture Name: Match 33
Competition: Women’s Big Bash T20 2021
Date: 6 November
Time: 11:20 AM IST
Team Form Guide:
PS-W(recent last): W L W
HB-W(recent last): L L L
Venue: W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth
Pitch Report: The match between Perth Scorchers women and Hobart Hurricanes team will take place in W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth. The average score on this surface is 150, with the batters in full control over the bowlers. It has been observed that the team batting first has won most matches on this venue, and the trend is expected to be the same.
Brief score of the last result at the venue: Perth Scorchers Women 194/2 won by 40 runs against Melbourne Renegades Women 154/6 in Women’s Big Bash League 2021.
It will be an interesting match between both the teams, and it may be little hard to choose all the players within the stipulated points. The captain pick for your team can be Beth Mooney, with the tremendous experience and capabilities in the T20 format. While the vice captain can be Mignon Du Preez, with a good form in the last few matches.
WICKET-KEEPERS: Beth Mooney, Rachel Priest, Richa Ghosh
BATSMEN: Chloe Piparo, Mignon Du Preez, Sasha Moloney
ALL-ROUNDERS: Sophie Devine, Nicola Carey
BOWLERS: Alana King, Tayla Vlaeminck, Lilly Mills
The Perth Scorchers is expected to be securing win in this game and claiming the top position in the points table. The experienced players of the team have come forward for contribution to the team. While the Hobart Hurricanes need strong intent to win the matches and keep their hopes alive of making it to the playoffs of the tournament.
The Hobart Hurricanes have been disappointing in their performances in this tournament and needs consistency from their side to secure crucial victories and get back the winning momentum. In the last fixture, the bowlers were impressive but the batters could not chase down the score of 141 runs on the board. The top picks will be Nicola Carey and Mignon Du Preez.
The bowling all rounder will be crucial to help the team in the middle order with the valuable contributions and taking key wickets as well. In the last fixture, she scored 15 runs and took a wicket, but has to keep improving her performances. In the tournament, Nicola Carey has scored 157 runs and has scalped 8 wickets and can be your differential pick.
The experienced South African batter will be vital for Hobart Hurricanes due to her current form. Preez has been able to stitch crucial partnerships and attack in a fine fashion in the final overs. Although she failed in the last game, but would still be a vice captain pick. In 9 matches, she has mustered 229 runs at an average of 25.44.
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X-factor: The all rounder Ruth Johnston has been impressive in both departments of the game.
Player to Watch: The middle order batter Richa Ghosh is expected to do well in this fixture.
HB-W Playing 11 (likely)
1. Rachel Priest (c & wk)
2. Ruth Johnston
3. Mignon du Preez
4. Nicola Carey
5. Richa Ghosh
6. Naomi Stalenberg
7. Molly Strano
8. Sasha Moloney
9. Tayla Vlaeminck
10. Belinda Vakarewa
11. Amy Smith
The Perth Scorchers have been one of the best teams in the tournament with 4 victories in 7 league matches. In the last fixture, Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney were quite terrific to help the team in posting a score of 194 on the board. Then, the bowling unit led by Lilly Mills were impressive to contain the opposition and win by a good margin of 40 runs.
The youngster has made her name in this season with terrific skills to execute her skills in pressure situations. In the last fixture, Lily Mills scalped 4 wickets to help the team in securing a chest thumping victory and will look to maintain the same form. In 6 matches of Women’s Big Bash 2021, Lily Mills has grabbed a total of 10 wickets.
The opener of the Perth Scorchers team has a very good experience of playing in T20 format for Australia and different WBBL teams. After starting in a dull fashion, Beth Mooney has come back in a fantastic fashion. In the last fixture, Mooney scored 101 off 63 balls, which helped the team to post a strong target of 194 and ultimately win the math.
X-factor: The spinner Alana King is expected to do well in this game with her wicket taking abilities.
Player to Watch: The experienced Sophie Devine has been terrific in the tournament, and will look to maintain the same form.
PS-W Playing 11 (likely)
1. Sophie Devine (c)
2. Beth Mooney (wk)
3. Chamari Athapaththu
4. Mathilda Carmichael
5. Heather Graham
6. Lisa Griffith
7. Marizanne Kapp
8. Alana King
9. Lilly Mills
10. Taneale Peschel
11. Chloe Piparo
Watch Sydney Sixers Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Dream11 Live score and streaming on Sony Sports Network. The ball to ball commentary and streaming action will be available on the Sony LIV and FanCode App. The cricket fans can hop on to the official website of Cricket Australia to check the stats of the players and performance of the teams.
The Sony Six Channel will telecast the PS-W vs HB-W Match 33 of the Women’s Big Bash 2021. This fixture is expected to be a close one due to the presence of experienced cricketers in both the teams.