Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers Big Bash Today Match Prediction. The Melbourne Renegades had a rather frustrating period last time around, having completed last in the points table with only 4 victories from their 14 matches. The Renegades will be expecting to end further up the table this term under the captaincy of their newly elected leader Nic Maddinson. The Renegades have a cruel line-up with the peers of Aaron Finch, Sam Harper, and Shaun Marsh in the mix. The overseas players Unmukt Chand, Mohammad Nabi, and Zahir Khan will play important roles in their operations this year.
The Adelaide Strikers had a proper run in the competition premature year, ending in the 5th in the points table and passing for the playoffs. They were defeated by the Brisbane Heat in the Eliminator, which signaled an end to what would have been a vision run for the privilege. Matt Renshaw, Jonathan Wells, Jake Weatherald, and Matthew Short have been about for a while and will look forth to giving a mark on the competition in the loss of Alex Carey and Travis Head. Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, and Wes Agar have experienced bowlers and will be the back-bones of this competitive bowling attack.
Match: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, Match 3, BBL 2021-22.
Date: December 7, 2021.
Time: 2:05 PM IST
Venue: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne.
The pitch at the Marvel ground is a good batting surface, as it has genuine bounce and the batters can play their shots smoothly. The pitch is also favorable to fast bowling and pacers need to pluck every last bit of support from the surface to keep the scoring rate under check. The team that obtains the toss will seem to pursue on this surface. The team batting, in the beginning, will look to arrange as close as feasible to the 180-run mark to make it a game.
Clouded conditions are anticipated to be a hallmark of matchday. Temperatures are presumed to range between 11 and 16 degrees Celsius. Frequent rainfalls can cause breaks throughout the day. tho highly competitive match is expected
Matches- 14, Melbourne Renegades– 5, Adelaide Strikers– 9, N/R- 0
Matches- 5, Melbourne Renegades– 1, Adelaide Strikers– 4, N/R- 0
Unmukt Chand, Sam Harper (wk), Nic Maddinson (c), Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, Will Sutherland, Jonathan Merlo, James Pattinson, Kane Richardson, Zahir Khan, Cameron Boyce.
Jonathan Wells, Jake Weatherald, Matt Renshaw, Matthew Short, Liam Scott, Harry Nielsen (wk), Daniel Worrall, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Wes Agar, Fawad Ahmed.
Jake Weatherald is foreseen to begin the batting, although he batted in the middle order for an unusual part of the end term. The left-hander was their star batter without a reservation. In 15 games, Weatherald dented 433 runs at an average of 36.08 with a strike rate of 141.04. If he gets moving, the Renegades may find themselves in a lot of discomforts.
Rashid Khan has been a supporter of the Strikers ever since he commenced working in the BBL. The Afghanistan tweaker is one of the biggest stars in this business. Last fall, he struck only in 10 games but plucked up 16 wickets at a breathtaking economy rate of 6.87. Not to ignore that Rashid is no vessel with the bat by any medians. He is truly the backbone of Adelaides Stickers
The Melbourne Renegades are a well-balanced side, while the Strikers are dropping key players owing to national duty. But they are not resembling low in any way thus we can expect a good competition. The Renegades are favorites to finish on top in this encounter.