When & Where
09-JAN-2021, 01:45 PM
|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|
|Callum Ferguson (c)||Middle-order batsman|
|Sam Billings †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Oliver Davies||Top-order batsman|
|Alex Hales||Opening batsman|
|Baxter Holt †||Wicketkeeper|
|Usman Khawaja||Top-order batsman|
|Alex Ross||Middle-order batsman|
Last 5 Matches
- Thunder won by 7 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)22-Dec-2020
- Thunder won by 7 wickets (with 2 balls remaining) (D/L method)26-Jan-2020
- Scorchers won by 8 wickets (with 27 balls remaining)20-Jan-2020
- Thunder won by 6 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)24-Jan-2019
- Thunder won by 1 run02-Jan-2019
- Perth Scorchers made a huge statement with an extremely impressive victory over reigning champions Sydney Sixers and with three successive wins behind them, they will hope to notch another eye-catching victory against top of the ladder Sydney Thunder.
- Colun Munro hit 50 from 34 but it was the knock from Mitch Marsh which really caught the eye as he produced a sensational effort of 57 runs from just 27 deliveries which helped the Scorchers to a total of 183/4.
- The Scorchers removed Josh Philippe and James Vince early on and when Daniel Hughes fell with the Sixers on 44, Perth were able to take regular wickets on the back of that as they skittled the Sydney side for just 97 to claim an 86-run success.
- Sydney Thunder put their shock defeat to Brisbane Heat behind them as they made an immediate return to winning ways by seeing off a potentially dangerous Hobart Hurricanes outfit in impressive fashion.
- Usman Khawaja (49), Alex Ross (44*) and Ben Cutting (31*) all made solid contributions to help the Thunder to 167/5 but it was their efforts with the ball that were arguably more notable.
- Facing a strong top six in the order, the Thunder bowled well as a unit with Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green and Tanveer Sangha all chipping in with two wickets apiece as they helped to reduce the Hurricanes to just 128/8, leaving them 39 runs short.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Sydney Thunder to win this game.