Series: Womens Big Bash 2018-19
Match: 28th match
Date: 23rd December 2018 (Sunday)
Time: 5.00 PM (Local time)
Venue: WACA Ground, Perth
They played yesterday and Perth just got blown away. Melbourne Renegades restricted them to 122 and chased it with ease. Daniel Wyatt and Duffin tonked them all over. So tomorrow is the repay time for Perth.
Perth players biggest problem this season has been consuming too many dot balls. They play in 2nd gear and can’t capitalize on the last few overs and then they lose the plot. This has to be changed. They have some big names but they haven’t got their rythm it looks like. But still they are on 5th position and Renegades are on 6th. So they have chances to climb the table.
Melbourne Renegades won three matches this season and two of them were very close with one being a last ball thriller. But the positive thing for them is that they scored some decent totals in their innings but couldn’t defend it. They still have good chances of making it to top four and they will give everything to win last few matches. Wyatt, Duffin and Coski are the players they should be depending on. Their bowling is the department that needs some polishment.
Wacha’s pitch is very much bowling friendly, especially seam friendly. So team which will use the pitch with pace will get more benefits. Heather Graham has been the lone warrior for Perth in many matches but she looked exhausted in the last match. Meg Lanning and Elysse Villani have to up their game to give the side some momentum.
Both the teams will take against each other in less than 24 hours so changes is highly unlikely. Unchanged teams would take the field.
Meg Lanning, elysse Villani, Heather Graham, Laura Ebsary, Chloe Piparo, Amy Jones, Nicole Bolton, Kate Cross, Hayleigh Brennan, Tanea Peschel, emma King.
Melbourne Renegades –
Daniel Wyatt, Claire Coski, Duffin, Amy Satherwaite, Sophie Molineux, Maitlan Brown, Strano, Emma inglis, Georgia wareham, Valeminck, Lea Tahuhu.
Weather- A bright and sunny day ahead with zero chance of rains. Forecast is good to go.
Ground – The ground is not so big so scores should be good. But teams haven’t got the things right and often try to score quickly and give the wickets. Lastly they finish with low scores. So if they stay at the crease runs should come on this ground.
Toss- Teams would lime to bowl and have a go first with the new ball. Seamers would get benifit from the pitch.
Prediction – Perth should make a co
e back and that why we are banking on them to win the match and go up.the ladder.