The second match of WBBL 2021 will be played between Melbourne Renegades Women and Hobart Hurricanes Women. This will be the 1st match of the day and will be played at Bellerive Oval, Hobart. The match will begin at 10:10 AM IST/ 04:40 AM GMT. Both teams ended at the last of the points table. They had not much success in the last year’s competition so will be looking for not to repeat that kind of performance.
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Match Details
- Stadium: Bellerive Oval, Hobart
- Date and Time: Sat 16 Oct, 10:10 AM, 04:40 AM GMT / 03:40 PM LOCAL
- Live Streaming: MLRW vs HBHW T20 match can be live-streamed on Sony LIV app in India and Kayo App in Australia
MLRW vs HBHW Match Pitch Report
The pitch at Bellerive Oval, Hobart behaved very well for the batsmen. Batsmen were looking to score easily on the pitch. Pitch is likely to be helpful for batsmen in Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women 2nd match also.
MLRW vs HBHW Match Weather Prediction
Like the first match of Womens Big Bash League 2021 at Bellerive Oval, Hobart was affected by rain, there are huge chances of rain to have an impact on this match also.
Melbourne Renegades Women Team Preview
Melbourne Renegades Women were the second last team in the last season according to the points table and they lost 8 out of their 14 league games. MLRW Team will be led by Sophie Molineux this year and many overseas players have been included in their squad this season. Some of these noted players are Harmanpreet Kaur, Evelyn Jones, and Jemima Rodrigues. Harmanpreet Kaur and Evelyn Jones have done very well for their respective teams in batting. The addition of these players will be advantageous for the Melbourne Renegades Women Team.
Captain Sophie Molineux herself and Georgia Wareham are very good bowling options and hopefully, they will not have a hard time getting the wickets.
Hobart Hurricanes Women Team Preview
Hobart Hurricanes Women too had a very bad experience in WBBL 2020 and they were the last team in the points table with just 3 wins in 14 games. The team finished as one of the last teams in the last four consecutive seasons and will look to turn things around this season under the captaincy of Rachel Priest. Richa Ghosh and Mignon du Preez are the top overseas players in the team who will add strength to the Hobart Hurricanes Women team for this season.
The batting of Hobart Women is more than average with batsmen like Rachael Trueman, Sasha, Meloney and Naomi Stalenberg. These batsmen have to work harder with the bat to get some success for the team in this new season.
The bowling unit of Hobart Hurricanes Women is also star-studded with bowlers like Tayla Vlaminck and Nicola Carey in their lineup.
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Playing 11
Melbourne Renegades Women Playing 11
Courtney Webb, Josephine Dooley Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpret Kaur, Sophie Molineaux (c), Ella Hayward, Georgia Wareham, Holly Ferling, Ellie Carlson, Popy gardener, Evelyn Jones
Hobart Hurricanes Women Playing 11
Racheal Priest (wk & C), Naomi Stalenberg, Sasha, Meloney, Nikola Carey, Rachael Trueman, Mignon Du Preez, Richa Ghosh, Tayla Vlaminck, Molly Strano, Maisy Gibson, Chloe Rafferty
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Head to Head Stats in Last 5 Matches
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Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women Winner Prediction
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women are two of the teams of WBBL which are on the lowest side as per the performances in the recent seasons. Although both teams have a lineup that has quality in batting and bowling Melbourne Renegades Women have far more quality.
So Melbourne Renegades Women are the favourites to win this match of Womens T20 Big Bash League 2021.
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Hobart Hurricanes Women
- Wicket-Keeper: Josephine Dooley
- Batsmen: Jemimah Rodrigues(c), Jess Duffin, Mignon du Preez
- All-Rounders: Harmanpreet Kaur(vc), Sophie Molineux, Nicola Carey
- Bowlers: Georgia Wareham, Holly Ferling, Molly Strano, Tayla Vlaeminck