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SCO vs THU | BBL 46th T20 Match Team Prediction | 20-01-2020 16:10

Big Bash League T20 Prediction


Match:  SCO vs THU Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 20 Jan, 04:10 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  Perth Stadium - Perth.



 After toss Update: 

Toss: Sydney Thunder have won the toss and have opted to bat

Sydney Thunder (Playing XI): 
Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson(c), Alex Ross, Jay Lenton(w), Daniel Sams, Chris Morris, Arjun Nair, Brendan Doggett, Liam Bowe, Gurinder Sandhu

Perth Scorchers (Playing XI): 
Josh Inglis(w), Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh(c), Kurtis Patterson, Cameron Green, Tim David, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed


 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

SCO: L L W W W 
THU: W L W L L



 Head to Head Stats

Matches Played  09
SCO Won             05
THU Won             04
No Result            00
Tie                      00



 Info: 

  • Perth Scorchers will bid to bounce back from back-to-back defeats against leaders Melbourne Stars when they take on Sydney Thunder.
  • They were bowled out for 86 last time they played in Perth, by the Stars, and then lost by ten runs replying to 141/6 last time out in Melbourne.
  • Sydney Thunder, on the other hand, come into the match on the back of bowling Sydney Sixers out for 76 as they claimed a DLS-method victory in a rain-affected derby last time ou.

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

TV channels:  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.


 SCO vs THU Toss Prediction 

Perth Scorchers should not be put off by the fact they were so poor after winning the toss and batting first last time they were at the Optus Stadium. It still looks the best tactic normally.

 SCO vs THU Weather Report 

There will be some humidity to contend within the evening, but Perth is otherwise set to be hot, clear and sunny throughout Monday.

 SCO vs THU Pitch Condition 

Perth Stadium has generally favored batting, with the pitch leaning more towards big scores.


Team NEWS:

 THU Team News 

Sydney Thunder have an unchanged squad for the match against Perth Scorchers and it could therefore be an unchanged team from their derby win against the Sixers too.


 SCO Team News 
Kurtis Patterson remains in the Perth Scorchers squad after making his first appearance last time out, while Liam Guthrie comes in the to the 13-man squad in place of Jaron Morgan. Ashton Agar and Ashton Turner will be on the way back from India.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Perth Scorchers 

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

 Sydney Thunder 

Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Callum Ferguson (c), Daniel Sams, Alex Ross, Chris Morris, Jay Lenton (wk), Nathan McAndrew, Gurinder Sandhu, Brendan Doggett, Liam Bowe.


 SCO vs THU D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
Best of Luck
A Nair / L Bowe as per your choice
C & VC Choices: M Marsh, D Sams, L Livingstone & C Morris
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Above Team in Text:
1. J Inglis
2. C ferguson
3. Alex Hales
4. L Livingstone
5. C Morris
6. D Sams (VC)
7. M Marsh (C)
8. A Nair / L Bowe
9. F Ahmed
10. Jhy Richardson
11. M Kelly

 SCO vs THU Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 

WK-

Josh Inglis 
-Josh Inglis is a good batsman who had played only 20 T20 matches but batted at an average of 27.2 with SR near to 150. He had been a top-order batsman who will open the innings for PS. Selected by 94% users and available in 8.0 credits too. Played really well in the last 11 matches by scoring three times 50+ and four times 25+ runs too.

Jay Lenton 
-Jay Lenton though had played only 12 T20 matches but holds an average of 37 with strike rate near to 145. He will bat down the order. He is a good batsman who can emerge out as a good punt in SL. Try him in GL as C VC if ST opts to bat first. Though didn't get to bat in the last match but can be crucial today if top order falls early.


BAT-

-Alex Hales 
will open the innings for Thunder. He is an experienced batsman who had played more than 240 matches and batted at an average of 29 with good SR too. He has smashed three centuries and 42 half-centuries from these matches. Another good pick in SL and choice of C VC. Played four good knocks of 68, 32, 55 & 31 runs from last 11 Matches. Scored decent 20 & 26 runs in two matches too.

-Usman Khwaja 
has been very impressive in every format of the game and currently in good form as seen in last couple of series. He is having Average of 31 in 75 T20s with the help of two centuries too. He will open the innings for Thunder and popular pick in SL. Played three top knocks of 66, 63 & 35 runs from last 11 Matches. Scored decent 26 & 33 runs too in two games.

-Callum Ferguson 
is another experienced batsman who has played 115+ T20s and batted at decent average of 26 with help of two centuries too. Selected by approx 77% users and available in less credits so becomes must pick in SL as he will bat at one down. Smashed 73*, 53, 73 & 35 runs in four of the last 11 Matches. Another good C VC choice in SL.

-Alex Ross 
is selected by only 30% users and will bat at three down. He has played 50+ T20s and batted at an average of 27 with good SR . Played really well in AUS ODD recently. Good pick in SL if ST opts to bat first. Scored decent 30, 11', 25, 19, 40, 32 & 51 runs in last seven of 10 matches.

-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 one down for PS and punt pick of C VC too in SL. Smashed 50+ runs in two of the last 10 matches and played couple of decent knocks of 25+ runs too.

-Liam Livingstone 
is a good batting all-rounder who has played 95 T20 matches and batted at an average of 26 with SR of 140. He has taken 33 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 11 Matches and taken four wickets too.

-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 do the late hitting and expected to bowl couple of overs too. Scored decent 36 & 33 runs in two of the last 11 Matches. failed to pass even 10 runs margin in rest of the matches nor bowled any over.

-Kurtis Patterson 
will bat at three down. He is a decent batsman who though doesn't had taken any wickets but can score much runs with bat. He is having decent average of 19 from 26 T20 matches with good strike rate. Good punt in SL if Perth opts to bat first. Scored decent 20 runs in last match.


ALL -

-Mitchell Marsh 
is a good all rounder who has played 84 T20 games and batted at an average of 32.29 with decent Strike rate near to 130. He is expected to bowl 2-3 overs too as he has taken 47 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 & 40 runs from last 11 matches and taken 2 wickets too.

-Tim David 
will bat in middle order and expected to bowl 1-2 overs too. He has played only 21 T20 games but batted at an average of 30 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 six games.

-Daniel Sam's 
is a good bowler rather than a batsman who had taken 28 wickets in just 23 matches at decent economy rate before coming to this season BBL.He can play some good knocks if get to bat much ball's. Performed well in recently concluded MSL. Good pick in SL if THU opts to bowl first. Took 20 wickets from last 11 Matches which include 6 times 2fer and two times 3fer too.

-Chris Morris 
is an impressive all-rounder who had the experience of playing 194 T20s and taken 239 wickets from them at a good economy rate too. He is a good batsman also who is having average of 22 in this format. Took 2fer in all of the first four matches. Gone wicketless in the next two games but took five wickets again in the last three matches.


BOWL-

-Jhye Richardson
is a must have pick in SL considering his consistency and wicket taking ability. Taken 47 wickets from just 41 T20 games at decent economy rate. Though gone wicket less in both first two matches but finally took 14 wickets in last 9 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 12 wickets from last 11 Matches.

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-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 14 wickets from last 10 matches.

-Matthew Kelly 
is an impressive bowler who had been very good in his T20 career. He had taken 22 wickets from 17 matches at decent economy rate too. He had been very consistent this season by taking 7 wickets from just 6 games. Good credit saver pick in SL.

-Brendan Doggett 
has played only 16 matches and taken 17 wickets from them with economy rate more than 8. He isn't very consistent bowler but can emerge out as good punt in SL. Took 3 wickets from last five matches.

-Gurinder Sandhu 
is a decent bowler who had taken 41 wickets in 47 matches T20 career at economy rate less than 8. Bowled well in last match and got a wicket. Expected to be among wickets in upcoming matches too.

-Nathan McAndrew 
is a decent bowler who had played only 12 T20s and taken 6 wickets from them at economy rate of more than 8. He isn't very consistent bowler but can emerge out as good punt in SL. Got 6 wickets from last 7 games.


 Key Players: 

 SCO Key Players: 

Josh Inglis: 
The wicket-keeper-batsman and opener hit a bit of form with scores of 51, 28, 73 and 37 in consecutive innings and, though he was out for 12 last time out, he remains a key figure at the top of the order.

Mitchell Marsh: 
Has led by example this season, with some big innings and a useful tally of wickets too. He averages 31.93 with the bat in T20 cricket and 27.89 with the ball, maintaining that ideal all-rounder’s ratio.

Fawad Ahmed: 
The veteran leg-spinner has taken five wickets in his last four games since stepping up to lead the spin attack solo, and he now has 13 wickets for the season in total.

 THU Key Players: 

Callum Ferguson: 
While his runs have dried up a little of late, he does still have three half-centuries to his name this season and the Thunder captain remains one of their key batsmen.

Daniel Sams: 
 Moved to 20 wickets for the tournament when he claimed an outstanding 3-14 from his three overs against Sydney Sixers. He now has 42 wickets in 30 T20 innings.

Chris Morris: 
Took 2-12 last time out and now has 13 wickets in his nine appearances so far this season. His second wicket last time out was also his 250th in T20 cricket, from 199 innings.

 Team Forms: 

 Perth Scorchers: 

Perth Scorchers had won three matches in a row, against Melbourne Renegades, Brisbane Heat and Hobart Hurricanes, before their two back-to-back defeats against Melbourne Stars. In their first meeting with the league leaders, they were bowled out for 86 and lost by eight wickets in just 12 overs.

Last time out, Matthew Kelly took 3-27 to restrict the Stars to 141/6, but the batting again came up short as they could only reach 131/9 in reply.

 Sydney Thunder: 

Sydney Thunder are inconsistent but they have now won two of their last three matches. That includes their rain-affected derby win last time out, when Chris Morris (2-12) and Daniel Sams (3-14) helped limit the Sixers to 76 all out from 15.5 overs. In reply, the Thunder were 28/2 from 5.3 overs when the match was curtailed – just enough for a four-run DLS method win.

It allowed the Thunder to bounce back from their previous match, when they became the first team to lose to the Melbourne Renegades this season after posting just 122/7 in reply to 172/4.


 SQUAD: 
Perth Scorchers: Josh Inglis(w), Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh(c), Kurtis Patterson, Tim David, Cameron Green, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed, Liam Guthrie, Joel Paris.

Sydney Thunder: Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson(c), Daniel Sams, Alex Ross, Chris Morris, Jay Lenton(w), Nathan McAndrew, Brendan Doggett, Liam Bowe, Gurinder Sandhu, Jonathan Cook, Arjun Nair.

All the best

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