Melbourne Renegades Women will take on Adelaide Strikers Women on November 25, 2021 at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide for the Challenger encounter which will decide who will join Brisbane Heat Women in the final.
Melbourne Renegades played some breathtaking cricket throughout the tournament to seal a spot in the challenger, owing to the fact that they were placed second on the points table. It was down to some staggering performance from the likes of Harmanpreet Kaur and Jemimah Rodrigues that the side managed such a stellar show but they need to replicate that once again against Adelaide Strikers Women in order to book a spot in the final.
Katie Mack has been some sort of a revelation for the Adelaide Strikers Women this year and has found herself at second position on the highest run-scorers list with 476 runs at a huge average of 68. She has a strike rate of 118 this year and easily one of the best batters in the middle-order despite the presence of Georgia Redmayne and Grace Haris. No one averages more than her in the 2021 edition of the Women’s Big Bash League as she has held a campaign to the maximum potential to ensure that Adelaide Strikers have been at the top of their game and eventually made it to the Challenger. While she averages 38.39 in the wins, her nature of dominating games is understood from the fact that she has an insane average of 115 in losses, which points to the fact that she was the last lady standing in front of the opposition. In chase, her average this year shoots up to 92 as compared to 36.5 while batting first. Such contrast would have been something else for other batters, but it is only an indicator of what Mack can do with the bat. Hence watch out for Mack as Parimatch, our affiliate partner, for the odds.
With 399 runs in 11 innings at a strike rate of 135.25 and 15 wickets, Harmanpreet Kaur has truly been the most enthralling batter in the tournament and was rightfully named the Player of the Tournament at the end of the league stage. One of the standout features about her batting in this edition of the extravaganza has been her attacking batting display as the middle-order batter has a strike rate of 135.2, which is the best among players with a minimum of 150 runs. In addition, she has smashed 18 hits over the fence, which is the most number of sixes in the tournament. While she averages 58.25 while batting first, her batting average of 83 in the run-chase further establishes the fact that Kaur is here to stay. She had a strike rate of 145.6 while batting first which is a massive addition, especially with skipper Meg Lanning not enjoying the best of form. She has an incredible average of 112 in the winning games, as compared to 21 in losses - establishing the fact that the Renegades are highly successful.
Laura Wolvaardt has scored 347 runs this season at an average of 31.54 and a strike rate of 124.4. It was truly impactful but another layer is added to the set up if you factor in how she has responded to the call for Adelaide Strikers. While Mack has truly been outstanding, Wolvaardt has played the supporting role to perfection by ensuring that her average in the wins standings at 34.79 while it is 28.83 in losses. She has two fifty-plus scores in the current season at a strike rate of 124.4, accumulating to a nice break up of the team total. Wolvaardt has an average of 54 at the Adelaide Oval - a venue that is close to her heart. Hence I would suggest backing yourself to ensure a good pay-out day at Parimatch by keeping a close eye on the odds and markets that would be available there.
Mack to shine in the Challenger
Kaur to make solid inroads once again
Wolvaardt to deliver big-time
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