The 53rd match of the Women’s Big Bash League will take place between Sydney Thunder Women and Hobart Hurricanes Women at the Drummoyne Oval in Sydney on Sunday, the 22nd November.
Sydney Thunder Women are towering over the Hobart Hurricanes on the tables right now, Thunder is tied for third place and Hobart Hurricanes seem to be stuck at the bottom of the table. The last 5 Head to Head matches have all been close shaves but the Thunder Women have managed to win all of them, including the match this season which was undecided till the last ball and Hobart Hurricane Women lost by 1 run. Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont are going to batsmen the Hurricanes would have to be apprehensive about, while Sydney Thunder Women would also have to keep an eye out for Rachel Priest, the experienced Batsman-wicket keeper from Hobart Hurricanes Women who wreaked havoc in the field last time these two teams faced each other. While the Bets on Sydney Thunder Women May seem too low to bet on, I have gathered a list of the best odds, which are the most likely to win, peruse the bets and have fun betting!
Rachel Priest is a phenomenal batsman, while her season started a little off form, this New Zealander quickly reminded us of her finesse. She has been personally carrying Hobart Hurricanes on her shoulders, and has scored well in all three matches Hobart Hurricanes have managed to win this season. Her Season average has been 47.6 runs and her scores in the last 5 matches have been 14,92*,42,83*,5. Despite being the opening batsman Rachel Priest has managed to stay not-out in 3 out of the 9 matches she played this season and we think it's highly likely that she will score above 18.5 runs
Sportsbet.io is offering odds @1.85 for her to score over 18.5 runs and i think you should bet on it without any further ado.
While Corinne Hall has been an amazing fielder for Hobart Hurricanes Women this season, taking some beautiful catches, her batting has been suboptimal throughout the season. She has come out to bat 6 times this season and her scores have been: 0,3,0,12,3,15 with an average of 5.5 runs this season. In her previous match against Sydney Thunder Women she got bowled out on her first ball thrown by Heather Knight. It is pretty safe to bet on her not being able to cross 13.5 and sportsbet.io has offered odds @1.85 of her scoring under 13.5
The bowling by both the teams have been quite precise and as such the wides by them have been marginally low, I will give you the statistics and leave you to be the judge. I have collected the data of the last 10 matches played by these two teams and the number of wides thrown in them.
Sydney Thunder Women: 7(1), 4(1), 4(3), 5(2), 8(3)
Hobart Hurricanes Women: 6(1),10(5), 13(2), 6(0), 4(2)
Note: The number in Brackets is the number of wides thrown by that team.
We clearly observe that there have been only 2 matches out of 10 which crossed the 8.5 wides mark, and even in one of those two matches Hobart Hurricanes had only thrown 2 of the 13 wides, while the rest were thrown by the Adelaide Strikers. What is further sweetening the deal is that LeoVegas has offered odds @1.98 for the wides to be under 8.5 and with this precision bowling, we think the offer is too good not to take.
Rachel Priest to Score Over 18.5 - @1.85 (Sportsbet.io)
Corinne Hall to score under 13.5 - @1.85 (Sportsbet.io)
Total Wides to be under 8.5 - @1.98 (LeoVegas.com)