HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 : Agonising Hobart Hurricanes look to wrench out of the sordid form which has entrapped them in a shroud
Finishing last in the bygone edition of the Women’s Big Bash League, for Hobart Hurricanes, this season comes as a chance at redemption. It’s not only a chance to unlock their true potential but to also emerge out of being persistent underachievers and overhaul what has been a dejecting outing in the T20 league.
And in a bid to do exactly that, the one area where the side can’t be faulted is in their aspirations. They embarked on a hectic set of transfers, splashing out an incredible amount of money to rope in some myriad names in a bid to overturn their sorry outfit and pack it with dependable, flawless and bankable names to help them make ascendancy in the league.
Nicola Carey, Tayla Vlaeminck, Belinda Vakarewa, spinner Maisy Gibson and Fran Wilson are all new names to line up the side, making it an extremely formidable, sublime and pristine outfit ahead of the upcoming season. This no longer looks a despondent side, one embroiled in a ruckus in season four. It’s rather transformed into an outfit which can now ruffle sides put in imperious displays, one they’ll be looking to imbed today and put in a display vindictive of their ambitions showcased in the transfers.
Elsewhere, Melbourne Stars have their own slew of exceptional and specialist players, names who love taking accountability on themselves to deliver incisive and decisive displays for the side. The watchdogs of the side will be looking to clampdown on a Hobart Hurricanes side which is still an unknown entity with it yet ensure how they’ll intertwine as an outfit and make the full use of their tenacious players.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A low scoring ground, the heavy cloud over prevelant today is only going to further come out and help the bowlers in their quest of curtailing the batswomen in their quest of scoring runs on this wicket. Despite the wicket getting sluggish as the match runs its course, the team winning the toss will be looking to come out and field first and get a clear idea of how to navigate their run chase with the team chasing winning on four occasions out of six in the previous edition.
Probable Playing 11
Elyse Villani (C), Lizelle Lee, Annabel Sutherland, Katey Martin, Mignon du Preez, Nicole Faltum, Erin Osborne, Emma Inglis, Kristen Beams, Tess Flintoff, Nicola Hancock
Corinne Hall (C), Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Sasha Moloney, Emily Smith, Nicola Carey, Chloe Tryon, Maisy Gibson, Brooke Hepburn, Meg Phillips, Tayla Vlaeminck
Women’s Big Bash League 2019
Match: Melbourne Stars Vs Hobart Hurricanes
Date And Time: 19th October, Saturday- 8:30am IST
Venue: Junction Oval, Melbourne
Where To Watch: Kayo, CA Live
- Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez, Erin Osborne, Nicola Hancock
- Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Nicola Carey, Tayla Vlaeminck
Top 4 Batting Order
- Elyse Villani, Lizelle Lee, Annabel Sutherland, Katey Martin
- Corinne Hall, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Sasha Moloney
- Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez
- Heather Knight, Fran Wilson
Death Overs Bowlers
- Erin Osborne, Nicola Hancock
- Brooke Hepburn, Tayla Vlaeminck
HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
It’s not only her elevated role in her side’s batting order but Emily Smith should find herself heavily deployed behind the wickets as well, making the Hobart Hurricanes player our first pick in this facet.
HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Batswomen
We begin by getting in Fran Wilson from Hobart Hurricanes for this clash with the new entrant being our first pick in this docket. One of the most consistent bats in the cricketing fraternity, the player has delivered some succulent displays across the course of 2019 to amass 152 runs in 12 matches, a player who can act as the focal point of her side’s batting unit this season.
Elsewhere from Melbourne Stars we have gone in with two players, both of them coming in from South Africa. While the clean shitting Lizelle Lee finds her place in our side owing to their ability to make the most of the powerplays overs, Mignon de Preez descends upon her side after her resilient, perseverant and gusty displays in India which saw her lone a wage battle for her side.
HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 All-Rounders
Our most heavily packed segment for this match, we had to rope in the four players given the massive pool of options to dwell into this facet. Diving deep into the viable options, we poured extensive coverage to emerge with the four best looking options for this clash, beginning with the imperious and succulent Heather Knight from Hobart Hurricanes for this clash.
Her 374 runs and 14 wickets in 13 matches make her a must have with Chloe Tyron giving her adequate company from the side. Elsewhere, Melbourne Stars have the two players come in as well for us with Erin Osborne and Annabel Sutherland being frontline bowlers for the side, players who’ll be handed over the onus of snaring early wickets for the side.
HB-W vs MS-W Dream11 Bowling Order
In Tayla Vlaeminck, Hobart Hurricanes ended up getting a worldclass player, a bowler who has over the course of the few foregone months put in some match winning displays for Australia. Nicola Carey comes in as well from the side while from the opposition we have opted for Krstin Beams with ther legspin set to leave Hobart in tatters and unravel their batting order given the pitch prevelant for this pertinent clash.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We are deciding to venture in with Knight as our captain for today while Preez is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.