REN Vs HUR Dream11 Team Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes Big Bash League 2020-21 Dream 11 Team Picks, Pitch Report, Probable Playing 11 And Match Overview, Ahead of the culminating day of league stage matches in the Big Bash League, everyone apart from Melbourne Renegades has something to jostle for. The narrative is a testament to the horrendous campaign the bottom placed side has endured this term.
Sitting in 8th spot with a measly 13 points to their name, Melbourne will be glad to see the back of the league today. The only club to have been asked to pack its bag and make an exit at an early stage, the side has offered nothing as a team.
And with Hobart striving to make their presence felt in the top four, Melbourne are bound to be wiped the floor with once again.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Probable Winner
The Renegades have been a timid and meek opposition, a side which will be clobbered for one last time this season.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Pitch Conditions And Toss
A typical surface to bat first on, this track offers pristine batting conditions in the opening part.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Weather
Nothing changes on the weather front with hot conditions leaving the players drenched.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Chasing Side’s Record
Win: 2 Lost: 5
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Average First Innings Score
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Probable Playing 11
Aaron Finch (C), Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper (WK), Mackenzie Harvey, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Beau Webster, Jack Prestwidge, Josh Lalor, Peter Hatzoglou, Zak Evans, Imad Wasim
Hobart Hurricanes: Ben McDermott(WK), D Arcy Short, Dawid Malan, Peter Handscomb(C), Will Jacks, Tim David, Mitchell Owen, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane
Big Bash League 2020-21 – BBL – REN Vs HUR
Match: Renegades Vs Hobart
Date And Time: 26th January, Tuesday- 10:35am IST
Venue: Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Telecast: Sony Six/HD, SonyLIV
The only player who has packed his weight for the Renegades this season, Sam Harper was once again amongst the runs as he pulled off a 57 run knock the last time around.
Hobart on the other hand will see Matthew Wade become a must have pick for us after his match winning 86 runs in the foregone tie. Ben McDermott has been a constant source of points to see him link up with Wade for today.
Dawid Malan has stuttered in form off late but this Melbourne side is just the one for him to regain his form against. The bottom placed side will meanwhile see starlets Shaun Marsh and Mackenzie Harvey be inducted in our slot owing to their ability to open their arms and hit the ball in the sweet spot.
Going on a rampage the last time around, D’Arcy Short ended up providing his side with a colossal shot in the arm as he plundered his way 72 runs.
Where Short was doing the trick with the bat, Nathan Ellis was working his magic with the ball. His three wicket haul perfectly accompanied Short’s effort with the bat as the two moved in unison to win the clash for the side.
Scott Boland and Sandeep Lamichhane both accrued two wickets in the same fixture. Melbourne on the other hand will see the guile and trickery of Peter Hatzoglou feature for us.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Captain And Vice-Captain
Hobart Bat First: Short’s man of the match performance makes him our captain while Ellis is the vice-captain.
Renegades Bat First: Short is our captain for the day while Wade is the vice-captain.
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Dream11 Team
Wade, Harper, Ben, Malan, Marsh, Harvey, Short, Ellis, Peter, Scott, Sandeep
BBL – REN Vs HUR – Dream11 Team Disclaimer
The veracity of our selections and team is based on earnest analysis of the league, matches and playing 11s. We implore you to forage your team by your own accord with these facets helping spur your decision making.