SCO Vs THU Dream11 Team Prediction: Perth Scorchers Vs Sydney Thunder Big Bash League 2020-21 Dream 11 Team Picks, Pitch Report, Probable Playing 11 And Match Overview, SCO Vs THU LIVE at 1:45 PM IST Saturday Jan 09 on Insidesport: Bereft of a win in their first four encounters of the Big Bash League, Perth Scorchers have come roaring back in the league. Looking set to make an early exit from the 2020-21 edition of the marquee league, the side has rekindled its season with three wins in succession.
Deciding that they had, had enough, Perth Scorchers are finally showing the much yearned for stomach of a fight. Punching above their weight, the club has shown that it can give a good account for itself when functioning as a complete unit.
Although the side’s horrid form continues to see it languishing in 7th place, the club knows it can give its competitors school for thought if it continues its unabated resurrection.
Perth have done extremely well for themselves of late but we don’t envision them having enough in the tank to down the league leaders.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A succulent surface for the batsmen, the team winning the toss is bound to step out and choose to bat first today.
There will be clouds in the sky but inclement weather bears no brunt over the day’s proceedings.
Chasing Side’s Record
Win: 0 Lost: 3
Average First Innings Score
Probable Playing 11
Josh Inglis (WK), Jason, Colin Munro, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner (C), Aaron Hardie, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Fawad Ahmed
Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson (C), Sam Billings (WK), Alex Ross, Oliver Davies, Ben Cutting, Chris Green, Nathan McAndrew, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain
Big Bash League 2020-21
Match: Perth Scorchers Vs Sydney Thunder
Date And Time: 9th January, Saturday- 1:45pm IST
Venue: Optus Stadium, Perth
Telecast: Sony Six/HD, SonyLIV
The focal point of his side’s renaissance, Joe Inglis’ ability to come out and hit the ball in the sweet spot has seen him make the most of the powerplay overs.
With 124 runs in his foregone 4 matches, Jason will be giving Inglis company for the day’s affair. We have Colin Munro join in as well after his half-century the last time around emerged as a match winning knock for the club.
His side’s top scorer with a staggering 264 runs in his kitty, Sydney Thunder’s Alex Hales makes for a must have pick. Usman Khawaja is slowly picking up speed to see the 213 run man also make a foray into our team along with club captain Callum Ferguson who has 244 runs.
Just the sole name for us over here with the 172 runs and 3 wickets he has working in Mitchell Marsh’s favour.
Its not only been the batting unit which has ensured that Thunder find themselves atop of the points tally. The duo of Chris Green and Tanveer Sangha has worked in unison to manifest wickets at regular intervals for the side.
The two wickets for Nathan McAndrew against the Hurricanes see him complete the three man unit from the club. Perth on the other hand will see top wicket taker, Jhye Richardson wrap up our team for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Sydney Thunder Bat First: The club’s top scorer, Hales will captain our side while Marsh is the vice-captain.
Perth Bat First: We’ll be sticking with the same set of picks.
Inglis, Hales, Ferguson, Usman, Munro, Jason, Mitchel, Sangha, Green, Jhye, Nathan
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