Sydney Thunder Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Match Prediction – Who Will Win Today’s SYTW vs BRHW Eliminator T20 Women Big Bash League 2023

Who will win today in Sydney Thunder Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Eliminator T20 Women Big Bash League 2023 match, let’s find out the match-winner? Today’s match prediction of SYTW vs BRHW Eliminator T20 is given below. Sydney Thunder Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Eliminator T20 match of Women Big Bash League 2023 is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, 28th November 2023 at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth. Cricketwebs provides 100% match prediction tips for every cricket match.

Eliminator Preview:

The Sydney Thunder Women, securing the fourth spot in the points table, will face off against the Brisbane Heat Women in the Eliminator match.

The Thunder, with 15 points and a positive net run rate, have showcased resilience throughout the tournament.

On the other hand, the Brisbane Heat Women, also with 16 points, have been a force to reckon with.

The match is expected to be intense, with both teams eyeing a spot in the semi-finals.

The Thunder will look to leverage their solid performances in the league stage, while the Heat will aim to capitalize on their momentum.

Brisbane Heat Women’s Batting Prowess:

The top-order responsibility for Brisbane Heat Women rests on the capable shoulders of Mignon du Preez, Laura Harris, and Georgia Voll.

In the last game, Heat’s top-order batters showed promise, but they’ll be eager to convert starts into substantial innings.

Mignon du Preez, who also contributes in the middle order, will play a crucial role in stabilizing the innings.

In the middle order, the all-rounders Bess Heath, Amelia Kerr, and the experienced Mignon du Preez provide depth and versatility.

This formidable combination adds strength to both batting and bowling departments, making Brisbane Heat a well-balanced side.

Wicketkeeping duties and valuable contributions with the bat will be entrusted to Georgia Redmayne, who showcased her skills at the top of the order in the last game.

Bowling Prowess and Leadership:

The bowling attack for Brisbane Heat Women is led by their skipper, Jess Jonassen.

Supported by the likes of Charlie Knott, Amelia Kerr, Georgia Voll, and Nicola Hancock, the Heat’s bowling lineup is a potent force.

Jess Jonassen’s standout performance in the previous game, where she claimed four wickets for 26 runs, adds to the team’s confidence.

All-Round Strength:

Brisbane Heat Women boast a lineup brimming with all-rounders. The presence of players like Sarah Glenn, Nicola Hancock, Lucy Hamilton, Ellie Johnston, Charlie Knott, and Amelia Kerr provides versatility, offering options for strategic decisions throughout the game.

Recent Triumphs and Momentum:

In their last encounter against the same opposition, Brisbane Heat Women secured a commendable 22-run victory.

Despite a solid bowling performance, several batters couldn’t convert starts into big innings.

However, the triumph showcased the team’s resilience and ability to overcome challenges.

Sydney Thunder Women’s Challenges:

On the flip side, Sydney Thunder Women enter this clash on the back of three consecutive defeats.

Their last encounter against Sydney Sixers Women ended in a defeat, where Thunder posted a modest total of 123 runs.

The bowlers struggled to contain the opposition, and the Sixers Women comfortably chased down the target.

Key Players for Sydney Thunder Women:

The top-order responsibility for Sydney Thunder lies with Tahlia Wilson and the explosive Sri Lankan import, Chamari Athapaththu. Phoebe Litchfield, likely to bat at number 3, adds stability to the middle order alongside skipper Heather Knight, Marizanne Kapp, and Anika Learoyd.

The bowling attack for Sydney Thunder Women features Marizanne Kapp, Samantha Bates, Hannah Darlington, and Chamari Athapaththu. The team relies on these bowlers to restrict the opposition and create opportunities for a turnaround.

All-Round Depth:

Similar to Brisbane Heat, Sydney Thunder Women possess a strong all-round unit, including Chamari Athapaththu, Saskia Horley, Sammy Jo Johnson, and Marizanne Kapp. These players bring a balance of skills to contribute with both bat and ball.

Match Detail

Match: BRHW vs SYTW, Eliminator, Womens Big Bash League 2023
Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Time: 2:10 PM
Venue: W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth

SYTW vs BRHW Eliminator T20 Toss Prediction?

Toss Prediction: Brisbane Heat Women

Brisbane Heat Women Squad:

Georgia Redmayne, Grace Harris, Bess Heath, Amelia Kerr, Laura Harris, Mignon du Preez, Charli Knott, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Voll, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel, Ellie Johnston, Grace Parsons, Lucy Hamilton, Sarah Glenn, Mikayla Hinkley

Sydney Thunder Women Squad:

Tahlia Wilson, Chamari Athapaththu, Phoebe Litchfield, Heather Knight, Marizanne Kapp, Anika Learoyd, Olivia Porter, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Lauren Smith, Hannah Darlington, Samantha Bates, Claire Moore, Paris Bowdler, Ebony Hoskin

Venue Guide

Stadium: W.A.C.A. Ground
City: Perth
Capacity: 22,000 (24,500 with temporary seating)
Measures: 139m square, 149m straight

Sydney Thunder Women T20 Stats and History:

  • Total Matches Played: 118
  • Matches Won: 55
  • Matches Lost: 53
  • No Result: 10
  • Tie: 0

Sydney Thunder Women have been a force to be reckoned with, amassing a wealth of experience over 118 T20 encounters. With 55 victories to their name, they have showcased their prowess in the shortest format of the game. A closely contested win-loss record signifies the competitive nature of their T20 journey, while the presence of 10 no-results adds an element of unpredictability to their history.

Brisbane Heat Women T20 Stats and History:

  • Total Matches Played: 121
  • Matches Won: 70
  • Matches Lost: 47
  • No Result: 4
  • Tie: 0

Brisbane Heat Women, with 121 T20 matches under their belt, boast an impressive track record. With 70 victories and 47 losses, they have consistently performed at a high level. The limited number of no-results and the absence of ties highlight their ability to produce decisive outcomes in the T20 format.

Head-to-Head Battle:

  • Total Matches Played: 18
  • Sydney Thunder Women Won: 8
  • Brisbane Heat Women Won: 10
  • No Result: 0

The head-to-head stats between Sydney Thunder Women and Brisbane Heat Women tell a tale of closely contested battles. With 18 encounters to date, Brisbane Heat Women hold a slight edge with 10 victories, while Sydney Thunder Women have clinched 8 wins. The absence of a no-result scenario emphasizes the competitiveness and determination displayed by both teams in each showdown.

What is the SYTW vs BRHW Eliminator T20 Women Big Bash League 2023 Score Prediction?

If Sydney Thunder Women Bat First: 160+
If Brisbane Heat Women Bat First: 141+

Winning Chances Of Sydney Thunder Women and Brisbane Heat Women?

Sydney Thunder Women winning chances are 63% in this match
Brisbane Heat Women winning chances are 37% in this match

Who Will Win Sydney Thunder Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Eliminator T20 Women Big Bash League 2023 Match Prediction?

Our Winner: Sydney Thunder Women

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