When & Where
03-JAN-2021, 10:35 AM
|Mitchell Marsh (c)||Allrounder|
|Cameron Bancroft †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Joe Clarke||Middle-order batsman|
|Cameron Green||Bowling allrounder|
|Josh Inglis †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Colin Munro||Opening batsman|
|Kurtis Patterson||Middle-order batsman|
|Jason Roy||Opening batsman|
|Ashton Turner||Middle-order batsman|
|Sam Whiteman †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|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|
Josh Inglis(w), Jason Roy, Colin Munro, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner(c), Aaron Hardie, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Fawad Ahmed
Aaron Finch(c), Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper(w), Rilee Rossouw, Mohammad Nabi, Mackenzie Harvey, Imad Wasim, Will Sutherland, Kane Richardson, Peter Hatzoglou, Mitchell Perry
Last 5 Matches
- Renegades won by 7 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)12-Dec-2020
- Scorchers won by 6 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)07-Jan-2020
- Scorchers won by 11 runs21-Dec-2019
- Renegades won by 78 runs28-Jan-2019
- Renegades won by 4 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)20-Dec-2018
- Perth Scorchers got off the mark at the fifth time of asking as they became the final side to win a game in BBL|10 and they will believe they can build on that success over Adelaide Strikers as they take on Melbourne Renegades.
- A solid bowling effort limited the Strikers to 146/9 with only opposition skipper Alex Carey able to do any damage as his 82 was only backed up by two other players reaching double-figures.
- Jason Roy set the tone in the chase with 49 from 32 balls before Josh Inglis (44*) and Mitch Marsh (38*) came in and completed the job with an unbeaten fourth-wicket stand of 67 with the Scorchers now likely to name an unchanged side for this contest.
- Melbourne Renegades’ poor run of form continued as they lost for the fifth successive match in BBL|10 as they came unstuck in a rain-affected contest against Sydney Thunder last time out.
- In a game reduced to 17 overs apiece, Shaun Marsh gave his side a great platform as he whacked 87 from just 48 balls to help his side to a strong total of 166/6 but it did not prove to be enough.
- Alex Hales produced a quick-fire 45 to help keep the Thunder ahead of the required run-rate and when the game was halted after 12 overs of their innings, the Sydney outfit were declared the winners as they were seven runs ahead of the DLS par score.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Perth Scorchers to win this game.