BHW vs MLSW Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Oct 15, 2022

BHW vs MLSW Match Prediction - Oct 15, 2022

The Heat didn’t exactly get the start of the season they hoped for, after narrowly losing to the Sixers. It’s a bad loss but Brisbane can rebound easily enough with a great squad.

The Stars may have taken a step back in terms of their roster, but fans shouldn’t lose hope just yet. Additions like Jemimah Rodrigues will make a strong impact and Nicole Faltum is a solid captain.

BHW vs MLSW Team Previews

Brisbane Heat Women

The Heat probably should have picked up the win, but if it weren’t for a stunning six on the second-last ball by Sixers’ Maitlan Brown, then they very nearly would have.

It’s worth mentioning that two of the Heat’s biggest signings were both missing, Danni Wyatt and Pooja Vastrakar, due to international cricket duty. They should be back for at least the third or fourth matches on the WBBL schedule.

There’s a lot to be excited about for Georgia Redmayne, though, who picked up 49 runs from 39 deliveries in the loss to Sydney. Jess Kerr, too, impressed on the bowling side by finishing the game with 2/17 (4.25 ER) after four overs.

Brisbane Heat Women Playing 11

Georgia Redmayne, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Laura Kimmince Harris, Charli Knott, Jess Jonassen, Ellie Johnston, Mikayla Hinkley, Nicola Hancock, Courtney Sippel, Jess Kerr.

Melbourne Stars Women

There’s a fair bit of change for the Melbourne Stars. For one, brilliant player Meg Lanning will continue to sit out the season after choosing an indefinite break from the WBBL. She may well return at some point, but it won’t be this year.

Furthermore, Elyse Villani ended her contract with the Stars and now plays for the Hurricanes. Also departing is Maddy Darke to the Scorchers and there’s news that Erin Osborne has opted for retirement.

There’s still life in the team and a lot of talent that’s ready to fight for wins. Nicole Faltum is now the captain and remains a fine choice, plus, the Stars have fantastic Indian batter, Jemimah Rodrigues, to help fill the top order. Kim Garth is now a real Australian, so that helped provide an additional overseas player roster spot.

Melbourne Stars Women Playing 11

Bess Heath, Sophie Reid, Annabel Sutherland, Kim Garth, Nicole Faltum, Alice Capsey, Lauren Winfield, Sasha Moloney, Tess Flintoff, Rhys McKenna, Sophie Day.

BHW vs MLSW Toss Prediction

The team winning the toss will almost certainly bat first on a fantastic batters’ pitch.

Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.

Pitch and Conditions

Harrup Park’s pitch and outfield are in fine condition, and 22°C is forecasted for the match.

BHW vs MLSW Betting Tips

Although the Heat won’t have Danni Wyatt and Pooja Vastrakar, the Stars will also be without Jemimah Rodrigues while she plays at the Asia Cup.

The Stars are in a state of flux right now, and it’s tough to know how the squad will look until we see them against Brisbane. The Heat will be determined to pick up a win after the last-second loss to Sydney, so we think they’ll be the better side on the day and easily dispatch Melbourne.

Bet on Brisbane to win.

Today Match Prediction

Brisbane Heat Women To Win the Match, 1.45

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Who will win BHW vs MLSW

Brisbane Heat Women 76.03% (222)
Melbourne Stars Women 23.97% (70)
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