2019 Women’s Big Bash League – Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Preview & Prediction


When is Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women taking place? Saturday 9th November, 2019 – 04:00 (UK)

Where is Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women taking place? North Sydney Oval, Sydney

What is the expected weather for Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women? 18c with some clouds above

What television channel is Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women on in the UK? BT Sport have the rights to WBBL05 matches so it is worth checking their schedule

Where can I stream Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat 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 Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women? Visit the official BBL website for ticket information

What was the outcome in the last meeting? Brisbane Heat Women beat Sydney Sixers Women by 92 runs



  • Sydney Sixers’ Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry etched their names into the record books as they produced a sensational batting display to beat Melbourne Stars and continue their fine form.
  • The Sixers have won four of their five matches in this year’s Women’s Big Bash League thanks to Perry and Healy combining for an unbeaten 199 opening wicket stand which smashed the record for the highest WBBL partnership of all time.
  • Healy raced to a 52-ball century but despite her side’s mammoth total there was still work to do with the ball and, although the Stars put up a valiant fight, they fell 45 runs short to hand the Sixers a big win.


  • Brisbane Heat continue to blow hot and cold in defence of their title but they were definitely hot in their last game against Adelaide Strikers as they claimed a big victory thanks largely once again to Beth Mooney.
  • The Strikers opted to bat and made 141/8 with Georgia Prestwidge claiming three wickets but that total would prove to be plenty of runs short due to the brilliance of Mooney as she continued her superb form with the bat.
  • The Australian scored an unbeaten 77 to guide her side to the win and she has now scored four half-centuries from six games in this year’s competition and has totalled 346 runs at an average of 86.50.


Revenge will be on the mind of the Sydney Sixers as they aim to bounce back from their hammering the last time they faced Brisbane Heat. That remains the only defeat the Sixers have suffered in this year’s competition and they come into this on the back of a sensational performance last time out. The battle between Sydney’s Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy and Brisbane’s Beth Mooney is another mouth-watering prospect but the former two can carry on where they left off to guide their side to another win.

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