Perth Scorchers will take on the Brisbane Heat for the second time in a week tomorrow at Allan Border Field in Brisbane. In their first encounter in the 4th match at Sydney, Scorchers defeated heat by 18 runs. Brisbane Heat is excited to play in the home conditions and would like to secure a win in their very first game at home. The Perth Scorchers have announced an unchanged 13-members squad for the 9th match against the Brisbane Heat in Brisbane.
While Perth Scorchers have won their both games, Heat has lost its first game and is looking to win their next game. Overall, it will be good to see whether Brisbane Heat gets the home advantage or faces another defeat against Perth Scorchers.
The BH-W Vs PS-W today’s match preview listed here is based on our research and understanding.
Perth Scorchers- W, W
Brisbane Heat- L
Series- Women’s Big Bash League 2017-18
Venue- Allan Border Field, Brisbane
Date and Time- December 15, 09:30 AM Local
Not many matches have been played on this ground. So, it is hard to say how the pitch will play. Overall, a total of 130-140 will be a decent total.
Matches won bowling first-1
Average 1st Inns scores-228
Average 2nd Inns scores-231
Highest total recorded-231/8 (49.1 Ov) by AUSW vs ENGW
Highest score chased-231/8 (49.1 Ov) by AUSW vs ENGW
BH-W Probable 11-
Kirby Short (c), Deandra Dottin, Jess Jonassen, Beth Mooney (wk), Laura Wolvaardt, Holly Ferling, Jemma Barsby, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Delissa Kimmince, Haidee Birkett, Laura Harris
PS-W Probable 11-
Elyse Villani (c), Katherine Brunt, Emily Smith (wk), Natalie Sciver, Thamsyn Newton, Mathilda Carmichael, Piepa Cleary, Lauren Ebsary, Heather Graham, Emma King, Nicole Bolton
Please Note: Predicting the league matches is a bit risky. Team management can undergo any change at the last moment. The BH-W Vs PS-W match preview listed here is based on our research and understanding. Please choose your own playing 11.
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