Sports Ticket: HUR vs SCO 47th T20 – Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers BBL 2020-21 – How To Watch, Live Streaming Details
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in HUR vs SCO, Prior to their last game, Hobart Hurricanes had lost three games on the trot. Their chances of making it to the next round were looking slim, but a win, and that too a convincing one against a strong Sydney Thunder team will do their confidence. Speaking on confidence, one team who will be filled to the brim with it is Perth Scorchers. They have won 4 of their last 5 games and are playing an exciting brand of cricket currently. While their unbeaten run was broken by Sydney Sixers a few days ago, they got back to winning ways in style as they demolished Brisbane Heat in their last game.
Mitchell Marsh’s return is undoubtedly a big boost for the Scorchers. He has had an all-round influence, having scored 187 runs and picked up 4 wickets. For the Hurricanes, D’Arcy Short is the player who has had an all-round influence. He has scored 201 runs and has also scalped 6 wickets. Hurricanes will be elated to have their two trusted wicketkeeper-batsmen in Tim Paine and Matthew Wade back in the squad, but whilst they were out fighting against India, Ben McDermott did a splendid job. He scored 397 runs at a phenomenal average of nearly 50. Colin Munro’s start was not something spectacular, but in the last few matches, the Kiwi opener has shown his class. He has scored 353 runs at an average of over 35. Munro’s opening partner, Jason Roy has also done a commendable job with the bat for the Scorchers. He has scored 237 runs at an average of nearly 35.
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Match: Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers
Series: Big Bash League 2020-21
Date: Friday, January 22, 2021
Time: 16:05 local / 05:05 GMT / 10:05 PKT
Venue: Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
The strip at Melbourne has not been the most ideal for batting, however, the value for shots has been high. Strange things have happened during the chases, of late, as Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat have been tumbled out for 68 and 115 respectively in the last week. The average first innings score of 166 in the last four games highlights that it is a bat-first track, however, what makes the choice at toss interesting is the fact that twice in these four occasions, a total been successfully chased.
HUR vs SCO Squad News:
Hobart Hurricanes: D’Arcy Short, Ben McDermott, Dawid Malan, Peter Handscomb (C), Tim Paine, Tim David, Matthew Wade, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane
Perth Scorchers: Josh Inglis (WK), Jason Roy, Cameron Bancroft, Colin Munro, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner (C), Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Fawad Ahmed.
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