HUR VS SCO | BBL 35th T20 Match Team Prediction | 13-01-2020 13:40

Big Bash League T20 Prediction

Match:  HUR vs SCO Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 13 Jan , 01:40 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  Bellerive Oval, Hobart.

 After toss Update: 

Toss: Hobart Hurricanes have won the toss and have opted to field

Hobart Hurricanes (Playing XI): 
Matthew Wade(c), Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott(w), David Miller, George Bailey, Simon Milenko, Clive Rose, Thomas Rogers, Nathan Ellis, Qais Ahmad, Scott Boland

Perth Scorchers (Playing XI): 
Liam Livingstone, Josh Inglis(w), Sam Whiteman, Mitchell Marsh(c), Cameron Bancroft, Cameron Green, Tim David, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Joel Paris, Fawad Ahmed

 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 


 Head to Head Stats

Matches Played  12
HUR Won             06
SCO Won            06
No Result           00
Tie                     00


  • After climbing into the play-off spots when they won their last match, Perth Scorchers will look to pull clear of Hobart Hurricanes when they meet at the Blundstone Arena.
  • Perth, led by in-form Mitchell Marsh's 93* from 41 balls, posted 213/3 against Brisbane Heat and went on to win by 34 runs.
  • Hobart Hurricanes won when these teams last met, but they have since lost D'Arcy Short - a centurion in that game - to international duty.

Big Bash League T20 2019:Where to watch/Live streaming

Live TV:  Fox Sports, Seven Network, Sony Six, BT Sport, SuperSport, Sony Ten Network, BeIn Sports.
Live Streaming: SonyLiv, Kayo Sports, SuperSport Live, Foxtel Sports, Optus Sport.

 HUR vs SCO Toss Prediction 

Hobart Hurricanes won the toss and elected to bat first when they last met Perth Scorchers, and they may adopt a similar tactic at the Blundstone Arena.

 HUR vs SCO Weather Report 

While there will be some cloud about, and the humidity rise in the evening, Hobart there is no chance of rain in Hobart on Monday according to the forecast.

 HUR vs SCO Pitch Condition 

Given the runs scored last time Hobart were at the Blundstone Arena, it is fair to say the wicket favours batting teams.

Team NEWS:

 HUR Team News 

D’Arcy Short is on international duty, which means he will miss out on the opportunity to add to his century when these teams last met. James Faulkner and Riley Meredith are both out injured, meanwhile, leaving the Hurricanes without three of their key players. Matthew Wade’s return compensates for the loss of Short to a small extent, however.

 SCO Team News 
With Ashton Turner and Ashton Agar away, Perth Scorchers turned to Sam Whiteman and Joel Paris last time out. After a dominant win against Brisbane Heat, they could be unchanged this time out.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Hobart Hurricanes 

Matthew Wade (c), Simon Milenko, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott (wk), David Miller, George Bailey, Thomas Rogers, Nathan Ellis, Qais Ahmad, Clive Rose, Scott Boland.

 Perth Scorchers 

Liam Livingstone, Josh Inglis (wk), Sam Whiteman, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh (c), Tim David, Cameron Green, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed.

 HUR vs SCO D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
S Milenko / B McDermott as per your choice
Above Team in Text:
1. M Wade
2. J Inglis
3. C Bancroft
4. L Livingstone
5. C Jewell
6. M Marsh
7. B McDermott / S Milenko
8. C Jordan
9. J Richardson
10. S Boland
11.  Q Ahmed

 HUR vs SCO Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 


-Ben Mcdermott is a good batsman who had batted at an average of 31.03 in 50+ Matches with good Strike rate. He is an attacking batsman who has smashed a century too in this format. He will bat at three down and good pick in SL. Though got out early at only 15 & 9 runs in first two games but played good knocks of 51, 17, 23, 20* & 33 runs in last five games.

-Matthew Wade is an experienced top order batsman who will open the innings for HH. He had played 115 T20 matches and batted at an average of 25.88 with strike rate near to 130. He is a class batsman who can play top knocks any time. Must have pick in SL and C VC choice too. Smashed 61 runs in first match but got out at only 16 runs in last match.

-Josh Inglis is a decent batsman who had played only 15 T20 matches but batted at decent average of 23.2 with SR near to 140. He had been a top order batsman who will open the innings for PS. Selected by 80% users and available in 8.0 credits too. Played five good knocks of 22,50,27,51& 28 runs from the last 8 Matches.

-Sam Whiteman is a decent batsman who had played 41 T20 games at decent average of 18 with strike rate near to 125. He had played couple of good knocks last season. Good punt in SL as he will bat at one down and available in less credits too. Got out at only 4 runs in last match.


-Caleb Jewell is a young talent who had played only 16 T20 matches at decent average of 18.4 with decent strike rate too. He had performed very well in list A career and smashed a century in that format. He will open the innings for Hobart and available in only 8.5 credits so can be proven as good punt in SL. Played four decent knocks of 25, 27, 25 & 31 runs from the last 8 games.

-George Bailey will bat at two down . He is an experienced batsman who had played more than 200 T20 games at an average of 29.28 with good strike rate too. Played some decent knocks last season against PS. Good pick in SL. Didn't got to play much in first 6 Matches but finally played a good knock of 43 runs in last match. Expected to get much opportunities in upcoming matches.

-David Miller will bat in middle order. He is another good pick in SL if HH opts to bat first as he has experience of playing more than 300 T20 matches at an average of 35 with good strike rate. He has smashed three centuries too in this format. Performed really well this year in last couple of matches. Played only two decent knocks of 25 & 23 runs from the last 8 Matches though.

-Cameron Bancroft is another must have pick in SL from PS side who has been very consistent especially in T20 games as he had batted at an average of 30.73 with good strike rate too in 40+ matches. He is a big player who will bat at three down for PS and punt pick of C VC too in GL. Smashed 50+ runs in two of the last eight matches and a 25+ & 40+ score too.

-Liam Livingstone is a good batting all-rounder who has played 90+ T20 matches and batted at an average of 27 with SR near to 140. He has taken 31 wickets too from these matches at economy rate of 7.98 only. He is a good batsman rather than a bowler. He will open the innings for PS. Another good C VC Choice in SL. Played four good knocks of 69(26), 29(19), 59(39) & 39 runs from last 8 Matches and taken two wickets too.

All Rounder:

-Simon Milneko is a decent batsman who is having average of 18 in 34 T20 games at good strike rate. He is a decent bowler who can bowl 2-3 overs too. He is expected to bat at one down for Hobart so becomes good punt if Hobart opts to bat first. Performed really well in first game with bowl by taking 2fer but failed to perform well in last seven matches as he has managed to take only a wicket from these games and failed to play any good knock too.

-Mitchell Marsh is a good all rounder who has played 75+ T20 games and batted at an average of 31.15 with decent Strike rate too. He is expected to bowl 2-3 overs too as he has taken 43 wickets with decent economy rate. He will bat at two down. Good C VC choice in SL. Scored 32, 56, 14, 17, 26, 48, 21 & 93 runs in last eight matches respectively.
Cameron Green is a young talent who doesn't have much experience of playing prolific leagues but can emerge out as good punt in SL as he had performed well in his short FC & List A career. He will bat in middle order and expected to bowl couple of overs too. Scored decent 36 & 33 runs in two of the last 8 Matches. failed to pass even 10 runs margin in rest of the matches nor bowled any over.

-Tim David will do the late hitting and expected to bowl 1-2 overs too. He has played only 19 T20 games but batted at an average of 35 with Strike rate near to 150. He is a good batsman rather than a bowler as he had got only three wickets from these matches. Scored decent 18 & 16 runs in two of the last three games.


-Jhye Richardson is a must have pick in SL considering his consistency and wicket taking ability. Taken 34 wickets in just 33 T20 games at decent economy rate. He had taken 7 wickets in just three matches last season against Perth. Though gone wicket less in both first two matches but finally took 9 wickets in last six matches.

-Chris Jordan is a must have bowler today in SL. He had been very consistent bowler from last couple of series as he has played 167 matches and took 178 wickets from them. Popular pick in SL today. Got 10 wickets from last 8 Matches.

-Fawad Ahmad is an experienced bowler who has taken 91 wickets in 88 Matches at economy rate of 6.75 only. He had been very consistent in this format who can get some help from the pitch. Gone wicket less in first match but took 9 wickets in last seven matches.

-Nathan Ellis is another emerging young talent who had taken 12 wickets from 7 list A matches at economy rate of 5.21 only. He is selected by only 12% users as he doesn't have experience of playing much T20 cricket but can emerge out as good punt in SL today. Got 5 wickets from last 7 Matches which includes one time 3fer & 2fer respectively.

-Qais Ahmad is a must have bowler in SL who has been very consistent in his T20 career of 38 matches and taken 50 wickets from them at economy rate of 6.94 only. Took 10 wickets from last 8 matches.

-Thomas Roger's doesn't have experience of playing much T20 cricket as he had played only 6 matches and taken 5 wickets from them at economy rate of 9.18, He had been much consistent with his bowls in FC & List A career as his economic rate in those format is less than 6. Good punt in SL if HH opts to bowl first. Got two wickets from last three games.

-Scott Boland is a good bowler who had taken 43 wickets from 37 T20 matches at decent economy rate. He is a wicket taker bowler who is expected to bowl in death overs too. Good pick in SL especially if HH opts to bowl first. Took 6 wickets in last three matches which includes a 3fer & 2fer.

C VC -
+Matthew Wade
+Liam Livingstone
+Mitchell Marsh
+Cameron Bancroft
-Mitchell Marsh and Matthew Wade can be seen as default C VC choice in SL.
-Liam Livingstone and Cameron Bancroft are other two choice of C VC in GL.

 Key Players: 

 HUR Key Players: 

Matthew Wade:
Only D’Arcy Short scored more runs than him in last season’s Big Bash League and the wicket-keeper-batsman scored 61 in his first innings of this season’s tournament.

Qais Ahmad:
Took his tenth wicket of the tournament last time out, with those figures including his 1-29 when these teams last met.

Scott Boland:
Into the team with Meredith and Faulkner out, but he has taken his chance so far with six wickets in three matches.

 SCO Key Players: 

Liam Livingstone:
Hit 59 against Melbourne Renegades and followed that up with 39 against Brisbane Heat last time out, having recaptured his best form at the top of the order.

Mitch Marsh:
Hit 48 when these teams last met and has followed that up by taking 2-10 against Melbourne Renegades and hammering 93* from 41 balls against Brisbane Heat last time out.

Fawad Ahmed:
The veteran leggie has taken nine wickets so far, including 1-25 when these teams last met.

 Team Forms: 

 Hobart Hurricanes: 

Hobart have only won one of their last five matches, though it was against Perth Scorchers when these teams last met – D’Arcy Short’s century helping them to an eight-run win. Since then, however, they have lost to both Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder.

Against the Thunder, they posted 162/6 but fell to a four-wicket defeat with two balls to spare. It followed a low-scoring defeat to Brisbane Heat when, in spite of Matthew Wade hitting 61, they could only post 126/9 and then Scott Boland’s 3-16 could not prevent a five-wicket defeat.

 Perth Scorchers: 

Perth Scorchers have won both matches they have played since defeat to Hobart Hurricanes when they last met. Liam Livingstone’s half-century helped them chase 176 to beat Perth Scorchers by six wickets in the first of those wins, while Mitchell Marsh starred against Brisbane last time out. The captain hammered 93* as the Scorchers hit 213/3 and went on to win by 34 runs.

HOBART HURRICANES: will be added soon.

PERTH SCORCHERS:  will be added soon.

All the best


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