Table-toppers Wellington Blaze will take on Northern Brave in the 30th game of the Women’s Super Smash competition on January 24, 2022 (Monday).
What Wellington Blaze have done this year as a team is beyond comprehension, having all nine games to secure a direct path to the final. In the last league game of the season, they will leave nothing for granted to ensure they reach the final with confidence as mighty as the sky. In such a situation, Northern Brave, who failed to break the duck, can only count on their hope.
Sophie Devine has just played a couple of games this season but her impact as a player is beyond the fragmental understanding of the sport. She is the dictionary definition of consistency and that has shown in her performance wherever has she played. Devine has an average of 36.01 in 266 T20 matches that involve Adelaide Strikers Women, Perth Scorchers Women, Supernovas, Yorkshire Diamonds apart from Wellington, and many more. If you remove the international matches, her average shoots up to 39.46 with her average in wins being a fine 49.06. When her team bat first, Devine averages 35.68 as compared to 36.48 in the run chase. That tells us that Devine is an equally apt player who can contribute in both ways. Further, she has been an absolute legend when it comes to Wellington Women, averaging 48.06 with the bat in the New Zealand Women’s T20 competition. She also has a fantastic record against the Northern Brave Women, scoring 39.14 runs per innings in the history of the Women’s Super Smash competition. All things considered and everything understood, we can assure you that this is one safe bet that will yield you massive returns.
If you look at the way Amelia Kerr has progressed in her career, especially as a batter, then it is clear that she is in the form of her life, having scored 317 runs already in 8 games at an average of 45.28. She has scored those runs at 116.54 which is indicative of the fact that she has it in her to dominate the circuit with an iron fist. If you have any doubt, look at the highest run-scorer list of the year - in which she has found herself at the second position. Further, Kerr averages 25.25 with the bat in her T20 career and if you remove the internationals, it stands at 27.73. With Wellington being on such a hot streak, her counsel becomes even more important and thus it is worth noting that she averages 36.79 in wins. In 64 matches for Wellington Women, Kerr has 1224 runs at an average of 38.25 which is great. Her dominance against Auckland Hearts is also pretty impressive, for she averages 58.40 against the side, forming a bullish candle for tomorrow’s game. Hence, I would bet big on Kerr and would hope to take away a big chunk of the pie. Then what are you waiting for?
When it comes to Caitlin Gurrey, the entire Women’s cricket circuit knows Gurrey has been consistently scoring runs in the ongoing season. For instance, in the last five matches, Caitin Gurrey’s scores were - 6, 58*, 44, 29, 34, with a total of 171 runs, at a rate of 42.75 runs per innings, having scored at least 22 runs in four of those instances. Having played five matches at the Hagley Oval, the right-hander has racked up 138 matches, averaging 27.60 runs per innings, which also aligns with our case. Gurrey has always enjoyed playing against Canterbury Magicians, with her registering a total of 323 runs in 12 matches against their rivals, scoring at a rate of 32.30 runs per innings. Her scores in the last five matches against the Magicians - 27 n.o, 29, 21, 18, 55, with three scores north of 21. Overall, in 56 matches for Northern Spirit, Gurrey’s run tally stands at 1509 runs, accompanied by a healthy average of 32.11. It is almost inevitable that she is going to put up at least 22 runs when she takes the field on Friday. So, there’s still enough time for you to place the bet. What are you waiting for?
Sophie Devine to score over 27.5 runs @ 1.87 (Parimatch)
Kerr to score over 14.5 runs @ 1.87 (Parimatch)
Caitlin Gurrey to score over 18.5 runs @ 1.87 (Parimatch)
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