SIX vs STR | BBL 23rd T20 Match Team Prediction | 05-01-2020 13:10

Big Bash League T20 Prediction

Match:  SIX vs STR Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 05 Jan , 01:10 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour.

 After toss Update: 

Toss: Adelaide Strikers have won the toss and have opted to bat

Adelaide Strikers (Playing XI): 
Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w/c), Jonathan Wells, Cameron White, Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Billy Stanlake, Harry Conway

Sydney Sixers (Playing XI): 
Josh Philippe(w), Daniel Hughes(c), James Vince, Justin Avendano, Jordan Silk, Tom Curran, Jack Edwards, Ben Dwarshuis, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope, Josh Hazlewood

 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 


 Head to Head Stats

Matches Played  10
SIX Won             05
STR Won            05
No Result            00
Tie                      00


  • Sydney Sixers have won four of their six matches so far and sit second in the BBL table after their six-wicket win against Melbourne Renegades last time out.
  • Adelaide Strikers, who have won three of their four completed games, could leapfrog them, however, as they look to bounce back from their first defeat of the season - a narrow three-run loss to Sydney Thunder.
  • The match will be the first Big Bash League game ever to be played at Coffs Harbour, with the stadium having never previously hosted a major cricket match..

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

TV channels:  Sony Six, Sony ESPN, Fox Sports, SuperSport, Sky Sport NZ, BT Sport, Ten Sports Pakistan, ATN Cricket Plus.
Live Streaming: SonyLIV, Kayo Sports, SuperSport Live, Foxtel Sports, Optus Sport.

 SIX vs STR Toss Prediction 

The Sixers have lost the toss in each of their last three matches so they are due this one, and they may choose to chase on a relatively unknown wicket if they do win the bat flip.

 SIX vs STR Weather Report 

Clear skies are forecast in Coffs Harbour, though the ongoing bushfire crisis in New South Wales means smoke remains a big concern. There is a lot of wind forecast, which could work either for or against this match.

 SIX vs STR Pitch Condition 

Little is known of the Coffs Harbour wicket, with this the first major cricket match to be played at the stadium.

Team NEWS:

 SIX Team News 

James Vince returned last time out, with Hayden Kerr dropping out to accommodate the England international, while Benjamin Manenti kept things tight after replacing Sean Abbott in the bowling attack. Steve O’Keefe is continuing to battle to overcome a calf strain. Moises Henriques is on standby to return home, meanwhile, with his wife due to give birth imminently.

 STR Team News 
Adelaide Strikers were unchanged last time out and a narrow defeat is unlikely to shake their confidence in a strong starting XI, which has benefitted from Peter Siddle’s return after he retired from test cricket.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Sydney Sixers 

Josh Philippe (wk), Daniel Hughes, James Vince, Moises Henriques (c), Jordan Silk, Tom Curran, Jake Edwards, Ben Dwarshuis, Benjamin Manenti, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope.

 Adelaide Strikers 

Jake Weatherald, Phil Salt, Alex Carey (c, wk), Matthew Short, Jonathan Wells, Cameron White, Cameron Valente, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Wes Agar, Billy Stanlake.

 SIX vs STR D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
Stay Updated at toss time.
C & VC Choice:
 Safe:  (C-T Curran & VC- A Carey)
Risky: (C-A Carey & VC-Rashid Khan)
I Will play with Risky C & VC Choice in GL.
Above Team in Text:
1. J Philippe
2. A Carey (C2)
3. J Vince
4. D Hughes
5. P Salt / J Wells
6. J Weatherland
7. T Curran (C)
8. M Nesar / M Short
9. B Dwarshuis
10. P Siddle
11.  Rashid Khan (VC)

 SIX vs STR Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 


Alex Carey 
( 2 down + attacking nature, 329 runs last season, 45, 55, 45, 41 in last 4 of 5 games)

J Philippe 
( Opener, very attacking hit or miss batsman, 81 in 1st game)


D Hughes 
( Opener, very consistent batsman, 399 runs last season, 37, 40 last 2 games)

Jake Weatherald 
( Opener, consistent performer in domestic circuit, 328 runs last BBL which also included a century, 42, 83, 21, 6, 55 last 5 games, Must have)

James Vince 
( 1 down, in tremendous form, 41 last game, Must have)

C White 
( lower middle order, lot of experience with him but don't get much chance to bat)

Jono Wells 
(Middle order, excellent last season with 359 runs, good option to have, 26 last game )

Phil Salt 
( Opener , tremendous hitter of ball, 406 runs in just 13 games in T20 blast, 54(26) last 2nd game )

 All Rounder: 

M Henriques 
( 2 down + Medium pace, experienced, not bowling much, 41 last 2nd game, will not play this game )

Tom Curran 
( Pacer + Attacking batsman, terrific form this BBL with both bat and bowl, expensive with bowl last game, Must have)

M Neser 
( Pacer + attacking batsman, 48 wickets in BBL, Must have)

M Short 
( Lower middle order + off spin, always contributes with either bat or ball, playing very slow + not bowling )



Rashid Khan 
( Leggie, can also bat, mystery spinner, 11 wickets last season, 1 wicket + 40 runs last game, Must have )

S Abbott 
( Pacer, best domestic bowler, 11 wickets in 5 games, will not play this game )

Jackson Bird 
( Pacer, known for swing early on, 2w last game, if you take him try to drop the top order of opponent team)

Peter Siddle 
( Pacer, experienced, 2 wickets last game + very economical, is bowling in death)

Ben Dwarshius 
( Left arm medium, death bowler, 1w last 2nd game)

Billy Stanlake 
( Pacer, 145+ pace, 11 wickets last season, 1w last game)

Wes Agar 
( Pacer, 2 5-fers in ODD cup recently, wicket taking option, 2w last 2nd game, will not play this game)

Lloyd Pope 
( Leggie, young talent, 5 wickets in last 2 games)

Ben Maneti 
( Off spinner, generally bowls in powerplay, 2w last game, 6 wickets in 4 games)

C VC Choices -

Tom Curran
Alex Carey
Jake Weatherald
Daniel Hughes
James Vince
Rashid Khan

 Key Players: 

 SIX Key Players: 

James Vince: Returned to the team in style last time out, hitting 41 from 26 balls at number three – marking a return to form for the England international and his highest score of the 2019-20 BBL too.

Jackson Bird: The former Australia international has played just three games for the Sixers this Big Bash League season, but he has picked up five wickets in those matches – including 2-24 against the Renegades last time out.

Tom Curran: The England all-rounder was expensive last time out, but he had previously been in good form – taking nine wickets and scoring 89 useful lower-order runs so far.

 STR Key Players: 

Alex Carey: The captain and wicket-keeper-batsman has scored 45, 55, 45, 41 and 19 in his five innings so far to lift his T20 average to 32.25 – with a strike rate of 133.10.

Rashid Khan: His star has faded slightly in recent months after a phenomenal start to his cricketing career, but seven wickets in five matches so far is a sign he is returning to his best form.

Phil Salt: The Welshman hit a half-century in the win against Melbourne Renegades – the ninth of his T20 career from 52 innings – and the 23-year-old will be keen to further show why he has gained a big-hitting reputation on the franchise circuit.

 Team Forms: 

 Sydney Sixers: 

Sydney Sixers have now won their last three consecutive games, though it took a super over to see off Sydney Thunder in the second of those after both teams had scored 149. Last time out, Lloyd Pope continued his good bowling form as he took 2-22 to help limit Melbourne Renegades to 153/6. James Vince then top-scored in reply with 41 from 26 balls to lead the Sixers to a six-wicket win.

 Adelaide Strikers: 

Adelaide Strikers’ unbeaten start to the 2019-20 Big Bash League ended last time out, when they could only reach 165/9 in reply to Sydney Thunder’s 168/5 despite Jake Weatherald’s half-century. They had previously won all three completed games, including an 18-run win against Melbourne Renegades most recently – Phil Salt hitting 54 in a total of 155/6 before Rashid Khan took 2-15 to limit the hosts to 137/8.

Sydney Sixers: Daniel Hughes(c), James Vince, Jordan Silk, Tom Curran, Justin Avendano, Jack Edwards, Ben Dwarshuis, Ben Manenti, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope, Steve OKeefe, Josh Hazlewood.

Adelaide Strikers: Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w/c), Jonathan Wells, Cameron White, Cameron Valente, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Billy Stanlake, Michael Neser, Harry Conway, Liam O Connor.

All the best


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