Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes Big Bash Today Match Prediction In the 8th Match of the Big Bash League 2021-22, the Hobart Hurricanes will go for revenge against the reigning champions Sydney Sixers. On Saturday, the match will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The two teams faced off just a few days ago, with the Sixers winning by 14 runs in a low-scoring affair.
The Hurricanes would have been devastated if they hadn’t been able to chase down 145 at Launceston’s Aurora Stadium. They do, however, now have an opportunity to make amends. Meanwhile, the Sixers have gotten off to a great start with two convincing victories. The Matthew Wade-led team, on the other hand, got off to a bad start. As a result, the three-time winners will undoubtedly enter the game as favorites.
Match: Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes BBL.
Date: December 11, 2021
Time: 01:05 PM IST.
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
The expectation for tomorrow is for scattered rain. The visibility will be approximately 10 kilometers. The temperature will reach 20 degrees Celsius during the day and 15 degrees Celsius at night. The weather will be largely dry, with little or no precipitation and clouds covering 83 percent of the sky, with 68 percent humidity.
The SCG’s batting surface is ideal for batting. The hitters have complete freedom to play their strokes and hit through the line. To keep the scoring pace under check, the bowlers will need to bowl in the proper spots. On this surface, the side that wins the toss may choose to chase.
Moises Henriques (c), Josh Philippe (wk), Hayden Kerr, Chris Jordan, Ben Manenti, Steve OKeefe, James Vince, Daniel Hughes, Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Tom Curran
Matthew Wade (c & wk) , Nathan Ellis, Joel Paris, Thomas Rogers, Sandeep Lamichhane, D Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Peter Handscomb, Jordan Cox, Tim David, Tom Lammonby
In terms of bowling, Tom Curran is expected to be at the top of the rankings. The right-arm pacer had a strong showing in his team’s last two games. In the previous game, he had a match-winning three-wicket haul against the Hurricanes. Curran, in particular, bowls a lot in the final overs, which provides him more opportunities to get wickets.
In his first two games this season, the Sydney Sixers captain has led from the front and scored match-winning runs. Henriques hit 76 runs against the Melbourne Stars, but only 73 against the Hurricanes. As a result, there’s no reason why the dasher can’t repeat his feats of valor.
The Sydney Sixers thrashed the Melbourne Stars by 152 runs the last time they played at home. While the Hobart Hurricanes should put up a far better fight than the Sixers, they look to be lacking in both experience and batting depth, making this a difficult match for them to win. The visitors have a chance if Matthew Wade or Tim David fire with the bat, given how quickly they can rack up boundaries when on the form. However, with a better all-around squad and home advantage, another Sixers victory appears to be in the cards.