Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades-BBL-37th Match-Today Match Prediction, Which can held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at Manuka Oval, Canberra and the match begins at 08:40 AM GMT / 07:40 PM local time…
Adelaide Strikers 5 for 173 (Ingram 68, Head 58, Bravo 2-30) beat Melbourne Renegades 7 for 147 (Hodge 30*, Harris 25, Laughlin 2-18, Stanlake 2-22) by 26 runs..Brief Scores: Melbourne Stars 147/6 in 20 overs (Peter Handscomb 57, Seb Gotch 31; Chris Green 2-27) misplaced to Sydney Thunder 149/three in 16.1 overs (Shane Watson 49*, Usman Khawaja 44, James Vince 40; Liam Bowe 2-30) by 7 wickets..
Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades-BBL-37th Match-Today Match Prediction
Fifth-placed Sydney Thunder have hung onto their chances of making a late surge for a spot inside the knockouts with a thumping seven-wicket win over Melbourne Stars, courtesy the efforts put in by the top-order trio of Usman Khawaja, James Vince and Shane Watson. This got right here after their bowlers put in a collective effort to restrict the Stars to 147 for six in 20 overs, whilst opener Peter Handscomb scored a 44-ball 57. hunder had been off to a effective start as pacer Daniel Worrell was throughout in his first couple of overs. He conceded two fours (one off legbyes) and two wides in a 12-run over, sooner than being taken apart in his second, when Khwaja belted four successive boundaries. James Vince too joined within the fun, as every openers timed the ball rather well of their quest for early boundaries.
Who WIll Win The Toss Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades:-Sydney Thunder
Who WIll Win The Match Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades:-Sydney Thunder
A complete win away from home has secured Adelaide Strikers a house semi-final on the Adelaide Oval, where they’re undefeated this season. The win over the Melbourne Renegades had vital ramifications for the BBL but the full nature of the efficiency has sounded a warning to the Strikers’ rivals. The Strikers managed to compile a superb first-innings rating after one of their slowest Powerplays, and it was predominantly attributable to a man-of-the-match show from Colin Ingram. He peppered the gang with 5 monumental sixes during a freakish 68 from simply 36 balls. Travis Head compiled 58 from 47 however looked pedestrian by comparison.