Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Perth Scorchers Women
HH VS PS Match Prediction WBBL 2022: Match 16
In the 16th game of the eighth Women’s Big Bash League season, Hobart Hurricanes will face off against Perth Scorchers. Hobart Hurricanes have never advanced to the finals of the championship in the history of the WBBL. Let us look at PS-W vs HH-W Match Prediction in detail.
Match – 16 of 56 @ 11:45 AM IST
Venue – WACA, Australia
WHERE TO WATCH LIVE:
The game between Hobart Hurricanes Women and Perth Scrochers Women will be telecasted on Sony Sports Network. Fans will be able to watch the live streaming of the HHw vs PSw match on the Sony liv app.
You can also track live scores and updates on the Stumps and Bails website as well.
NEW PLAYERS AVAILABILITY:
The teams will play to their full potential.
It is anticipated that the pitch at WACA will be swift and benefit the pacers and stroke makers, creating a balanced course. Although the ground seems to be in fair condition, early rain forecasts could cause less bounce and more unpredictability later in the day. The side batting first will encounter a sluggish outfield even if the temperature is expected to stay around 22°C.
PS-W VS HH-W PROBABLE PLAYING XIS:
Sophie Devine(c), Beth Mooney(w), Chloe Piparo, Maddy Green, Marizanne Kapp, Mathilda Carmichael, Amy Louise Edgar, Alana King, Piepa Cleary, Lilly Mills, Taneale Peschel
Lizelle Lee, Elyse Villani (c), Nicola Carey, Heather Graham, Mignon du Preez, Hayley Jensen, Ruth Johnston, Naomi Stalenberg, Emma Manix-Geeves, Molly Strano, Amy Smith
PS-W VS HB-W PROBABLE TOP PERFORMERS
Probable best batter
The Perth Scorchers opener, Beth Mooney is in terrific form with the bat and currently is the eighth leading run-scorer of the tournament. The 28-year-old has scored 92 runs in the tournament at a strike rate of 85.18. She played a valuable knock for the team in the last match and now against a relatively weak bowling line-up of Sydney Thunders, the southpaw can once again play a decisive knock.
Probable best bowler
Along with Alana King, the South African all-rounder Marizanne Kapp has picked up five wickets for the Scorchers in the tournament. With an economy of just 3.83, the 32-year-old has been phenomenal in the tournament so far and is likely to increase her tally as the Thunders batting unit has been below average so far in the tournament.
POWER PLAY SCORES:
After two comfortable wins, the Sophie Devine-led side struggled to get going in the previous match against Melbourne Stars. Being a batting-heavy side, the batters struggled in the middle but it was Beth Mooney (35) and Amy Louise Edgar (21) who helped the Scorchers remain undefeated.
If Perth Scorcher’s wants to win the game, a strong opening partnership will be crucial. scorchers should score 40–45 runs throughout its powerplay overs.
Hobart, on the other hand, has a powerful batting order and can score 50 to 60 runs in the first six overs.
DEATH OVER SCORES:
Given that the surface is not very helpful, Hobart might score 35 to 40 runs in the remaining four overs. In contrast, Scorchers may score 25 to 30 runs over the last overs.
Hobart may reach their 20-over quota with scores of between 150 and 160. If Scorchers batted first, they might score 130–140.
WHO WILL WIN TODAY’S MATCH BETWEEN HH VS PS?
In the WBBL current season, Hobart Hurricanes have already defeated Sydney Thunder, and the Thunder have only become worse since then after losing to the reigning champion Perth Scorchers. Hobart’s lack of confidence, given how they performed previously against them so far. It’s difficult to see where the victory will arrive or not. Hobart should have enough left in the tank to defeat the Scorchers this time. Perth Scorchers is likely to win the game.