2019 Women’s Big Bash League – Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women Preview & Prediction
When is Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women taking place? Sunday 3rd November, 2019 – 00:00 (UK)
Where is Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women taking place? West Park Oval, Burnie
What is the expected weather for Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women? 14c but showers are expected and could interrupt play
What television channel is Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women on in the UK? BT Sport have the rights to WBBL05 matches so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women in the UK? If televised, BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match live via the BT Sport website & app
Where can I get tickets for Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women? Visit the official BBL website for ticket information
What was the outcome in the last meeting? Hobart Hurricanes Women vs Sydney Thunder Women – no result
THE TEAM NEWS
HOBART HURRICANES WOMEN
- Hobart Hurricanes were left to rue the weather in pursuit of ending their two-match losing streak in the Women’s Big Bash League as their contest with Sydney Thunder was abandoned without a ball being bowled in Burnie.
- The Hurricanes will be hopeful that this second game against the Thunder can go ahead following the washout but know they need to improve following those two under-par performances.
- Youngster Maisy Gibson could be key to her side’s chances with the Australian coming into this game with seven wickets to her name in the competition so far and boasts an average of 12.14.
SYDNEY THUNDER WOMEN
- Sydney Thunder were robbed of the chance of making it four wins in a row as the weather curtailed any hope of adding to their winning run but they get another opportunity to face Hobart Hurricanes here.
- The Thunder have been in superb form and have done particularly well with the bat but Alex Blackwell has been the star so far with 164 runs from her four matches and her average of 82 is the second best in the competition.
- The bowling unit have also performed well but the wickets have been shared around so far with Shabnim Ismail, Nida Dar and Samantha Bates all taking five wickets apiece and the Thunder will hope their form can continue.
Hobart Hurricanes and Sydney Thunder will hope for better luck with the weather this time around as yesterday’s contest was washed out without a ball being bowled. The forecast in Burnie is poor once again and they will both hope that they can at least get some action in even if the game has to be reduced in length. The Thunder come into the game as the form team and they should come out on top if a result can be forced.