Hurricanes WBBL coach Salliann Briggs has picked the same squad of 13 for a crucial double-header against Melbourne Renegades this weekend.
Sitting just outside the top four after six games, the Hurricanes took just one point from their double header against Sydney Thunder in Burnie last weekend courtesy of a rained-off match and a six-wicket loss.
Briggs said her side, which started its campaign with successive wins over Melbourne Stars, was confident of netting another two wins at Junction Oval.
"I think we've had a mixed bag with the start of the season," Briggs said.
"I think we've performed incredibly well and played great spells of cricket throughout the five games, we're just really disappointed that we've not come away with more wins.
"If it doesn't go our way in one of the games this weekend we can't lose sight of what we're looking to do and we can't turn around and think our tournament's over either, we'll keep fighting hard."
The Renegades, who boast South Launceston all-rounder Courtney Webb, sit one spot below the Hurricanes in sixth with a 2-4 record.
Saturday's and Sunday's games will begin at 1pm.
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