Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades Big Bash Today Match Prediction At the Adelaide Oval on December 9th, the Adelaide Strikers will play the Melbourne Renegades in BBL Match 6. The Renegades got off to a strong start in the competition, winning a nail-biter against the Strikers in their first game. With Sam Harper and Mackenzie Harvey batting first, the Renegades got off to a flying start. Cameos by James Seymour and Mohammad Nabi led the Renegades to reach a 154-run total. Meanwhile, the Strikers have had a dismal start to the competition, losing a nail-biting match to the Renegades.
The spinners performed an excellent job of limiting the Renegades’ batsmen to a modest 153-run total. Peter Siddle was a little more costly, but he was also the most successful wicket-taker. George Garton and Daniel Worrall both took two wickets for the Renegades, ensuring that they lost wickets on a frequent basis. Matthew Short and Rashid Khan both took one wicket.
Match: Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades BBL.
Date: December 9, 2021
Time: 01:45 PM IST.
Venue: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Throughout the day, partially cloudy skies are predicted to appear in streaks. Temperatures will most likely range from 11 to 21 degrees Celsius. Throughout the game, there will be no rain delays.
The Adelaide Oval’s pitch has been batting-friendly for the most part. The pursuing teams usually have an edge as well. It’s possible that the spinners will remove something from the surface. For teams, chasing should be the favored choice.
Peter Siddle (c), Harry Nielsen (wk), George Garton, Rashid Khan, Daniel Worrall, Wes Agar, Matthew Short, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells, Ryan Gibson, Daniel Drew.
Kane Richardson (c), Sam Harper (wk), Jonathan Merlo, James Pattinson, Reece Topley, Zahir Khan, Mackenzie Harvey, Jake Fraser-McGurk, James Seymour, Mohammad Nabi, Will Sutherland.
In the previous edition of the BBL, Jake Weatherald was the Strikers’ highest run-scorer. He got off to a good start in the current season, but he couldn’t keep it up. In the game against the Renegades, he struck two fours in his 17-ball 18 before being dismissed by Zahir Khan Pakteen. The southpaw will be hoping for a stronger performance the next time around.
Over the course of the season, Daniel Worrall has been a reliable bowler for the Strikers. The pacer had already proven his worth in the last game against the Renegades. Worrall took two wickets and only gave up 26 runs. Jake Fraser-McGurk and Mohammad Nabi were both vital wickets for him.
The Adelaide Strikers will be looking to avenge their loss to the Melbourne Renegades when the two teams meet again today. Because none of their players were able to take off like Mackenzie Harvey for the Renegades, the Strikers will need to improve their batting, and this will be critical to their chances of winning tomorrow, with Harry Nielsen leading the way with 30 runs. There is little to choose between the two sides, but with the Renegades having won back-to-back matches against the Strikers, they are the small favorite to win their third consecutive encounter.