When & Where
03-JAN-2021, 01:45 PM
|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|
|Moises Henriques (c)||Allrounder|
|Tom Curran||Bowling allrounder|
|Jason Holder||Bowling allrounder|
|Daniel Hughes||Opening batsman|
|Josh Philippe †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Jordan Silk||Middle-order batsman|
Philip Salt, Jake Weatherald, Matt Renshaw, Alex Carey(w/c), Jonathan Wells, Matthew Short, Rashid Khan, Daniel Worrall, Danny Briggs, Wes Agar, Peter Siddle
Josh Philippe(w), Jack Edwards, James Vince, Daniel Hughes(c), Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite, Ben Dwarshuis, Steve OKeefe, Ben Manenti
LAST 5 MATCHES
- Sixers won by 38 runs20-Dec-2020
- Sixers won by 2 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)08-Jan-2020
- Sixers won by 7 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)05-Jan-2020
- Sixers won by 8 wickets (with 35 balls remaining)29-Jan-2019
- Sixers won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)06-Jan-2019
- Adelaide Strikers were able to earn immediate redemption against Hobart Hurricanes as they bounced back from defeat in their opening BBL|10 clash by earning a solid victory in their second.
- The Strikers, inspired by Peter Siddle’s best-ever BBL figures of 5-16, were able to bowl the Hurricanes out for 146 and that proved to be nowhere near enough as Adelaide chased it down with relative ease.
- The Strikers did look in trouble early on as they were reduced to 9/2 but Alex Carey’s return to the side proved invaluable as he notched 55 and combined with Jake Weatherald’s 68*, that pair were able to do most of the damage in the five-wicket victory.
- After a disappointing opening to the defence to their Big Bash League title, Sydney Sixers sent a warning to the rest of the competition and demonstrated that they will not surrender their crown easily with a demolition job on Melbourne Renegades.
- Josh Philippe showed his class with a superb 95 from just 57 balls while Jordan Silk chipped in with a brutal 45* from 19 deliveries as the Sixers posted a daunting total of 205/4 but despite that effort, the bowling unit were not to be outdone.
- Ben Dwarshuis did most of the damage with figures of 4-13 but he was ably supported by Steve O’Keefe with 3-16 as the Sixers ripped through the Renegades’ batting line-up, skittling them for just 60 to complete a massive 145-run success.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Adelaide Strikers to win this game.