The Sydney Thunder is expected to achieve three wins after the rebound by handing Melbourne to Renegades for their third consecutive defeat.
The 14th game of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2020-21 is played by Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades at the Manuka Oval in Canberra.
The match should start at 12:40 IST (18:10 local time). It will be live on the Sony Ten Network and will be able to be broadcast live on the Sony LIV.
Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades had contrasting starts in their 2020-21 Big Bash League campaign. The Thunder began their season with a loss to the Melbourne Stars. However, they managed to turn it around quickly and record victories in the next two games.
Melbourne Renegades, on the other hand, started their campaign very positively as they dismantled the Perth Scorchers in their first game. However, the next two trips were not impressive as the Sydney Sixers and Hobart Hurricanes pulled them out for the better. They will try to come back in winning ways, while Thunder will aim for a third win with a cash register.
Weather report THU vs REN for match 14:
Weather forecasts do not look very favorable for this match. There is a 40% probability of thunderstorms during the game. The temperature will be around 22 ° C.
This field is balanced, and perhaps the hitters enjoy the slightest advantage over their bowlers.
Average 1st grade:
156 (last 4 BBL matches played at this place)
Records of hunting teams:
Win – 3, Loss – 1, Equalization – 0
Injury and availability news
Skipper Aaron Finch a return to Melbourne Renegades is expected, while Pakistani all-rounder Imad Wasim will also perform.
THU vs REN Today’s probable XI game:
Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson (C), Alex Ross, Baxter Holt (WK), Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting, Chris Green, Adam Milne, Jonathan Cook, Nathan McAndrew
Ollie Davies, Brendan Dogget, Matt Gilkes, Tanveer Sangha, Arjun Nair, Jason Sangha, Chris Tremain
Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper (WK), Rilee Rossouw, Mohammad Nabi, Aaron Finch (C), Imad Wasim, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Beau Webster, Kane Richardson, Josh Lalor, Peter Hatzoglou.
Jon Holland, Brody Couch, Jack Prestwidge, Noor Ahmad.
THU vs REN The best choice for today’s match Dream11:
Captain Sydney Thunder Callum Ferguson he not only impressed with his leadership, but he is also in great shape with ba. Ferguson collected 115 runs averaging nearly 60 and a strike rate of 115.
Another veteran in Shaun Marsh has a great season because he was the backbone of Renegades ’striking unit. Marsh has scored 76 runs, which includes half a century.
Daniel Sams they can bring you great points with both the bat and the ball. He achieved 65 runs, and he also registered 5 goalkeepers in his name.
Kane Richardson was a bit expensive, but he is the most represented goalkeeper of Renegades and at key intervals he broke off partnerships. Richardson has 5 tickets in his name.
Election of captain and deputy captain:
Captain Options – Daniel Sams, Callum Ferguson
Deputy Captain Options – Shaun Marsh, Kane Richardson
Suggested playing XI no. 1 for THU vs REN Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Guardian –Sam Harper
Batsmen – Alex Ross, Callum Ferguson, Shaun Marsh (VC), Aaron Finch
All-rounder – Daniel Sams (C), Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nabi
Bowlers – Chris Green, Kane Richardson, Josh Lalor
Suggested playing XI no. 2 for THU vs REN Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Guardian –Sam Harper
Batsmen – Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson (C), Shaun Marsh, Rilee Rossouw
All-rounder – Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nabi
Bowlers – Jonathan Cook, Kane Richardson (VC)Nathan McAndrew
Jonathan Cook picked up 3 goalkeepers in the same number of games and also maintained a pretty decent economy rate of 8 runs per finish. It can be a decent budget for your Dream11 Fantasy side with just 8.5 Cr.
Today’s THU vs REN Probable winners:
The Sydney Thunder is expected to win this match.