When & Where
13-DEC-2020, 08:40 AM – day match (20-over match)
|Travis Head (c)||Middle-order batsman|
|Alex Carey †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Michael Neser||Bowling allrounder|
|Phil Salt||Top-order batsman|
|Matthew Short||Top-order batsman|
|Jake Weatherald||Top-order batsman|
|Jonathan Wells||Middle-order batsman|
|Jake Doran †||Wicketkeeper|
|James Faulkner||Bowling allrounder|
|Colin Ingram||Top-order batsman|
|Dawid Malan||Top-order batsman|
|Ben McDermott †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|D’Arcy Short||Opening batsman|
|Matthew Wade †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
Jake Weatherald, Phil Salt, Matt Short, Ryan Gibson, Mathew Renshaw, Jonathan Wells, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar, Peter Siddle (C), Daniel Worral, Danny Briggs.
D’Arcy Short, Will Jacks, Colin Ingram, Peter Handscomb (C & WK), Mac Wright, Tim David, James Faulkner, Riley Meredith, Johan Botha, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland.
LAST 5 MATCHES
- Hurricanes won by 10 runs26-Jan-2020
- Strikers won by 10 runs19-Jan-2020
- Strikers won by 7 wickets31-Jan-2019
- Hurricanes won by 10 wickets21-Jan-2019
- Strikers won by 25 runs04-Feb-2018
- Adelaide Strikers were defeated in the finals in BBL|09 and they will hope to build on that showing but their squad looks short on genuine top-drawer talent and also lacks depth which could make this campaign a struggle.
- Matt Renshaw is a nice addition at the top of the order while Dan Worrall will boost the bowling options having arrived from Melbourne Stars and they will complement the likes of Phil Salt and Rashid Khan nicely.
- Despite those additions, the loss of Billy Stanlake is significant and the experienced Cameron White retired at the end of the last campaign so head coach Jason Gillespie will have his work cut out.
- Hobart Hurricanes made an impressive start to their BBL|10 campaign as they overturned reigning champions Sydney Sixers in their opening contest and they will be eager to make it back-to-back wins to really lay down a marker for the tournament.
- Despite making an awful start to proceedings with opening pair Will Jacks and D’Arcy Short both skittled for ducks, the Hurricanes recovered to notch 178/8 and a strong all-round bowling effort ensured they sealed a 16-run victory.
- Debutant Tim David did most of the damage with the bat as he struck 58 runs off just 33 balls which turned the match in his new side’s favour and he will have a key role to play along with Colin Ingram who also made a big impression on debut with 55 runs.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Adelaide Strikers to win this game.