Townsville Fire (Women) vs Dandenong Rangers (Women) betting preview with odds an our tips

A pair of Australia. WNBL foes at opposite ends of the standings lock up in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The Townsville Fire (Women) are on the road as they travel to face the Dandenong Rangers (Women) Thursday night. Townsville Fire (Women) won for the second time in three games as they dimmed their last opponent 99-92 at home Tuesday night. Dandenong Rangers (Women) had their two game win streak snapped with a 118-112 overtime home loss to their last opponent Tuesday night. The Dandenong Rangers (Women) have a narrow 54-53 edge in the all-time regular season series between the teams but the Townsville Fire (Women) took three of the four meetings last season.
Townsville Fire (Women) Try to Build a Little Momentum

Townsville Fire (Women) won for the second time in three games as they pulled away late to knock off their last opponent. The victory moved the Townsville Fire (Women) out of the basement in the Australia. WNBL and dropped Dandenong Rangers (Women) into it. Townsville Fire (Women) found itself tied after three quarters but pulled away in the fourth by outscoring their last opponent 25-18 to get the win. The Townsville Fire (Women) shot 42.7 percent from the field and hit just seven of 22 three point attempts in the game yet emerged with the win. Townsville Fire (Women) held their last opponent to 41.1 percent overall and seven of 32 from three point range. Their best player had 18 points and seven rebounds to lead the Townsville Fire (Women) in his return to the starting lineup.

The Townsville Fire (Women) have struggled on the offensive end of the floor this season. Townsville Fire (Women) is 30th in the league in scoring with 96.2 points per game and 28th in rebounding with 39.9 boards per contest. The Townsville Fire (Women) are 27th with 20.4 assists a night. Townsville Fire (Women) has been average defensively, ranking 15th by allowing 105 points per game.

Dandenong Rangers (Women) Try to Regroup After OT Loss

Dandenong Rangers (Women) had won two in a row but ended up on the short end of the stick as they fell in overtime to the their last opponent at home. The Dandenong Rangers (Women) look to regroup here as they entered Sturday with a half-game lead on the their last opponent in the Australia. WNBL. Dandenong Rangers (Women) led by seven after the opening quarter but allowed the their last opponent at home to rally in order to force overtime. The Dandenong Rangers (Women) were outscored 18-12 in the overtime to take the loss. Dandenong Rangers (Women) shot just 40.7 percent from the field in the contest and was a miserable five of 29 from three point range.

The Dandenong Rangers (Women) come into this game 9th in scoring with 107.3 points a game. Dandenong Rangers (Women) is 19th in rebounding with 42.5 boards a night and 15th in assists by dishing out 22.6 dimes per contest. The Dandenong Rangers (Women) are 19th in scoring defense as they allow 106.7 points per game. AThe Dandenong Rangers (Women) are 9th in the league in field goal percentage as the team shoots 46.8 percent from the floor. Dandenong Rangers (Women) is 29th in the league in threes with 8.1 per game and is tied for 21st in the league in three point shooting as they’ve hit 35.4 percent of their attempts from downtown.

Trends:

Townsville Fire (Women)

4-9-1 ATS last 14 when their opponent allows 100 points or more in their previous game.

Dandenong Rangers (Women)

7-3 ATS last 10 in series.

Dandenong Rangers (Women) has won two straight and they are at home here, which works in their favor. The Dandenong Rangers (Women) are pretty healthy and coupling that with they’re being at home, you have to give them the advantage in this contest over a reeling Townsville Fire (Women) squad.*

*NOTE: All predictions are made well in advance of game time. Do not bet this rigistrtion for a free recorded update.

Townsville Fire (Women) vs Dandenong Rangers (Women) betting preview with odds an our tips

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