We have made one change to our squad for this weekend's crucial round of #WBBL05 matches in Sydney, with Sandgate-Redcliffe seam bowler Lily Mills coming in for Charli Knott.— Brisbane Heat (@HeatBBL) November 15, 2019
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The Heat currently sit on top of a congested WBBL table on net-run-rate, with the top four teams all registering five wins and ten points to their name. Only one win separates the top six heading into this weekend's fixtures.
Heat star Beth Mooney will be aiming to consolidate her blistering start to the WBBL season where she sits on top of the run-scorers list with 441 runs at an average of 88.