When & Where
29-DEC-2020, 12:40 PM
|Aaron Finch (c)||Top-order batsman|
|Sam Harper||Top-order batsman|
|Marcus Harris||Opening batsman|
|Mackenzie Harvey||Top-order batsman|
|Shaun Marsh||Top-order batsman|
|Rilee Rossouw||Top-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|
Shaun Marsh, Aaron Finch (c), Sam Harper (wk), Rilee Rossouw, Beau Webster, Mohammad Nabi, Imad Wasim, Will Sutherland, Kane Richardson, Zak Evans, Peter Hatzoglou
Josh Philippe (wk), Jack Edwards, James Vince, Daniel Hughes, Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite, Ben Dwarshuis, Steve O’Keefe, Gurinder Sandhu
LAST 5 MATCHES
- Sixers won by 145 runs13-Dec-2020
- Sixers won by 7 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)25-Jan-2020
- Sixers won by 6 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)02-Jan-2020
- Renegades won by 3 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)15-Feb-2019
- Renegades won by 7 wickets (with 42 balls remaining)16-Jan-2019
BBL Points Table
- For the second time in BBL|10, Melbourne Renegades were on the end of a hammering and it is now three successive defeats for them after they collapsed against Sydney Thunder last time out.
- The Renegades struggled with the ball as they had a score of over 200 scored past them for the second time in four matches with the Thunder setting them 210 to win and that proved to be far too much.
- The Melbourne side lost regular wickets and were bowled out for 80 in the 129-run loss and to make matters worse for the Renegades, they have been hit by the news that Imran Tahir will now not link-up with the side because of personal reasons.
- Sydney Sixers played out a sensational contest of the highest quality against Melbourne Stars on Boxing Day and somehow managed to earn an unlikely victory to make it three successes in a row.
- After reducing the Stars to 49/4, Glenn Maxwell and Nicholas Pooran produced some outstanding power-hitting to combine for a fifth-wicket stand of 125 which left the Sixers needing 194 to win.
- Despite a slow start to their reply, Daniel Hughes produced a captain’s knock of 96 from just 51 balls to turn the game on its head as the Sixers scored 20 off the final over to seal the dramatic win in one of the most memorable Big Bash League matches of all time.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Sydney Sixers to win this game.