Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers Today Match Prediction. The Sydney Thunder and Perth Scorchers will play in Match No.24 of the BBL at The Manuka Oval in Canberra on Tuesday, December 28. The Scorchers, headed by Ashton Turner, have appeared unbeatable in the tournament thus far, winning all six of their games. Andrew Tye has been the finest bowler for the Perth Scorchers, taking 10 wickets at an average of 16.50 and a 7.66 economy rate.
In their most recent encounter, they defeated the Melbourne Renegades by eight wickets. The Thunder, on the other hand, is in the third position but have yet to put their foot down. They’ll be coming off a 30-run loss against the Sydney Sixers going into this encounter. A defeat would put their future in danger.
Match: Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers BBL.
Date: December 28, 2021
Time: 01:45 PM IST.
Venue: Manuka Oval, Canberra.
The weather for tomorrow is for clear skies. The temperature will reach 21 degrees Celsius during the day and 9 degrees Celsius at night. The weather will be dry, with no precipitation and clouds covering 19% of the sky, with a humidity of approximately 63 percent.
The Manuka Oval’s pitch is often excellent for batting. To squeeze out aid from the surface, the bowlers must bend their backs. Because batting conditions improve with time, chasing should be the way forward for both sides.
Chris Green (c), Sam Billings (wk), Nathan McAndrew, Saqib Mahmood, Tanveer Sangha, Matthew Gilkes, Alex Hales, Jason Sangha, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting
Ashton Turner (c), Josh Inglis (wk) , Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Peter Hatzoglou, Tymal Mills, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh, Colin Munro, Laurie Evans, Ashton Agar
Tanveer Sangha has been outstanding for the Thunder in the present BBL season. The leg-spinner has eight wickets at an economy rate of 7.45 in five games. The youthful tweaker has been able to keep the run-scoring under control. The hitters for the Scorchers must approach him with caution.
Mitchell Marsh has been outstanding for the Scorchers in this year’s T20 competition. In four games, the right-hander has amassed 249 runs at an average of 124.50 and a strike rate of 149.10. The Thunder may find themselves in serious difficulty if he gets going.
Sydney Thunder has not had the best start in this season of the Big Bash League, winning only two of their five games so far, and they might be in for further massive trouble. They face a Perth Scorchers team that has won six consecutive games in what has been a great start to the season, especially considering they were forced to move out of Perth for the campaign due to COVID-19 limitations. They’ve been outstanding with both bat and ball, and if they keep up their present form, they’ll be tough to defeat throughout the tournament. The Thunder have the talent to cause some difficulties, but the Scorchers’ consistency cannot be underestimated, and they are favorites to win again.