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STR vs STA | BBL 48th T20 Match Team Prediction | 22-01-2020 13:40

Big Bash League T20 Prediction


Match:  Adelaide Strikers Vs Melbourne Stars T20 Prediction
Time: 22 Jan, 01:40 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  Adelaide Oval, Adelaide - Australia.



 After toss Update: 

Toss: Melbourne Stars have won the toss and have opted to field.

Adelaide Strikers (Playing XI): 
Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Travis Head(c), Jonathan Wells, Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w), Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Wes Agar, Billy Stanlake

Melbourne Stars (Playing XI): 
Marcus Stoinis, Nic Maddinson, Peter Handscomb(w/c), Glenn Maxwell, Nick Larkin, Seb Gotch, Clint Hinchliffe, Sandeep Lamichhane, Lance Morris, Daniel Worrall, Adam Zampa

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 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

STR: W W L W L
STA: L W W W W

 Head to Head Stats

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



 Info: 

  • After their winning streak finally came to an end wit ha rain-affected loss to Sydney Sixers last time out, Melbourne Stars will look to bounce back against Adelaide Strikers.
  • The Stars remain well clear at the top of the 2019-20 Big Bash League table, having won ten of their 12 matches with Marcus Stoinis in fine form.
  • Adelaide Strikers are seven points in third place - their ten-run win against Hobart Hurricanes was their sixth of the campaign, from ten completed games.

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.


 STR vs STA Toss Prediction 

Melbourne Stars’ decision to field first after winning the bat flip against Sydney Sixers did not pay off last time out, but the Adelaide wicket does not tend to lean strongly to the team batting or fielding first.

 STR vs STA Weather Report 

Though the evening is set to be cloudy in Adelaide there is very little chance of rain. There will be a bit of wind to contend with, however.

 STR vs STA Pitch Condition 

Adelaide has favoured bowling so far, with plenty of wickets having fallen at the Adelaide Oval – to both spinners and seamers – so far this season.


Team NEWS:

 STR Team News 

Alex Carey is set to return to the Strikers’ team after having been in India with the Australian ODI squad. He will replace Harry Nielsen in the team and his return is also likely to mean a shake-up of the batting order too. The Strikers, otherwise, could be unchanged.


 STA Team News 
Peter Handscomb and Adam Zampa will return for Melbourne Stars, while Nathan Coulter-Nile – rested last time out – should also return. Jonathan Merlo and Lance Morris were expensive with the ball last time out and those two, alongside Seb Gotch, are likely to be the three to make way.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Adelaide Strikers 

Jake Weatherald, Phil Salt, Alex Carey (c, wk), Travis Head, Jonathan Wells, Matthew Short, Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Liam O’Connor, Wes Agar, Peter Siddle.

 Melbourne Stars 

Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Glenn Maxwell (c), Nic Maddinson, Peter Handscomb (wk), Nick Larkin, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Clinton Hinchcliffe, Sandeep Lamichhane, Adam Zampa, Daniel Worrall.


 STR vs STA D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
*Credit Consuming match (Invest Less).
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 Tips: Jake Weatherland Records is very good on this ground.
If you want to take J Weatherland Remove Alex Carey & N Maddinson & Pick S Gotch and J Weatherland

Above Team in Text:
1. Alex Carey / S Gotch
2. Philip Salt
3. Nick Maddinson / J Weatherland
4. N Larkin
5. Travis Head (VC)
6. G Maxxwell (VC2)
7. M Stoinis (C)
8. Rashid Khan
9. W Agar
10. D Worrall
11. S Lamichane



 STR vs STA Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 

WK:

-Alex Carey will bat at two down for ADS. He is a must have pick in SL today considering his consistency. He is an impressive batsman who have experience of playing 67 T20 games at an average of 32 with good strike rate too. Played five times knock of 40+ and one time 30+ run too from last 7 Matches in this season. Good C VC choice in SL.

-Peter Handscomb will bat at three down. He is a decent T20 batsman who is having average of 23.54 in approx 80 games with decent strike rate of 116. Though he plays little slow but can be good pick in SL as he is a reliable batsman. Scored decent 20,34 & 22 runs in three of last seven matches.

Batsman:

-Nic Maddinson will bat at one down for MLS. He is a good batsman who has experience of playing approx 110 T20 games at an average of 21.47 with strike rate near to 130. He had batted consistently in these types of leagues with help of 10 half centuries. Good pick in SL if MLS opts to bat first. Though played only a single good knock of 40 runs from 9 matches but took 3fer in 2nd last match. Expected to see at least a decent knock in this game and some wickets too .

-Ben Dunk is another good pick in SL considering his form during last year. He is an impressive batsman who have experience of playing 125 T20 games at an average of 24.85 with good strike rate. He will bat in middle order so becomes a good choice in SL if ST opts to bat first. He too didn't impressed much till now but expected to play good cricket today.

-Nick Larkin is a decent batsman who has played only 18 T20 games but batted at an average of 27 with decent strike rate too. He had been very good in his List A career with average near to 30. As he will do the late hitting and available in less credits so can emerge out as good punt in SL. Good C VC pick in GL. Played three good knocks of 65, 33* & 24 runs from last 9 matches.

-Hilton Cartwright will open the innings for MLS. He is an impressive batsman who had batted at an average of 25.37 in 48 T20 matches with decent strike rate too. Though he isn't very attacking batsman but his consistency makes him good pick in SL. Played two good knocks of 35, 59 & 58 runs from last six matches.

-Jake Weatherald will open the innings for ADS. He is another must have pick in SL who had been very good in this league from last couple of seasons. He is a good batsman having Average of 27 in 41 T20 matches with good strike rate. Smashed a century too in this format. played good knocks of 42, 83, 21, 47, 27 & 33 runs in six of the last 11 matches.

-Philip Salt is a young talent who had been very good in his 58 games T20 career as he is having average of 24.7 with strike rate more than 150. Available in only 8.5 credits and selected by less users in SL. He will open the innings so becomes good pick in SL if ADS opts to bat 2nd. Played three good knocks of 54(26), 25 & 67 runs from last 11 games.

-Jonathan Wells is another good batsman having good record in BBL. He is a consistent batsman who had batted at an average of 33. 3 in just 84 T20 games with decent strike rate too. He will bat at two down and good pick in SL especially if ADS opts to bat first. Smashed 55*, 18* 68*, 20, 40, 58 & 45* runs in seven of the last 11 matches. Punt C VC choice.

All Rounder:

-Travis Head will bat at one down. He is an impressive all-rounder who had played 70+ T20 matches at an average of 31.17 with help of 8 half centuries and one century too. He is a decent bowler too who had taken 19 wickets at decent economy rate. Must have pick in SL and C VC choice. Took 2fer in first match and scored 22 runs too. Though failed in next two matches but smashed 79 runs again in last match.

-Matthew Short is another good all-rounder who had been very impressive in his FC & List A career. He had played only 25 T20 games at decent average of 15 with bat. He hadn't been much impressive with his bowling in this format as he had taken only three wickets but as he will bat in middle order and expected to bowl couple overs so can emerge out as good punt in SL. Scored decent 34, 41 & 33 runs in three of the last 11 matches.

-Michael Neser is a good bowler who can bat too sometimes. He had played 64 T20 games and taken 64 wickets from them at decent economy rate. He is having good record against the opponents. Good pick in SL if ADS opts to bowl first. Scored 25 runs in first match and took seven wicket from last five matches.
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-Glenn Maxwell is another must have pick in SL who will bowl couple of overs too. He has experience of playing 261 T20 games at an average of 28 and taken 90 wickets at an economy rate of 7.73 only. He is a consistent Performer and good choice of C VC in SL today if MLS opts to bat first as he will bat at two down. Smashed 83,43, 40, 83* & 25 runs in five of the last 12 games and took six wickets too.

-Marcus Stoinis has been very consistent in every format of game. He had performed really well in recently concluded AUS ODD. Played 107 T20 games and batted at an average of 33 with 61 wickets too. He will open the innings and expected to bowl couple of overs too. Must have pick in SL and default C VC. Got out early in first game but smashed 81, 33, 25, 58, 68, 147, 39* & 62 runs in last 8 of 9 matches.

Bowler:

-Rashid Khan had taken 6 wickets last season against Perth. He is an impressive bowler and a must have pick too in SL considering his economy rate of 6.15 in 45 T20I games. He is a wicket taker bowler who good strike rate too with bat. Took 16 wicket in last 10 matches and played a quick knock of 40 runs too.

-Wes Agar is a young talent who had been decent till now in his 12 matches T20 career as he had taken 9 wickets off them. Though he isn't very consistent and economy rate is more than 9 but can emerge out as good punt if gets favored pitch. Bowled well in last two matches and got 2fer & 4fer respectively.

-Liam O'connor is another decent bowler who had taken 13 wickets from his 17 matches T20 career at economy rate of 7.86 only. He too isn't very consistent but can take wickets whenever needed. Took 3fer in 2nd last match.

-Peter Siddle is a wicket taker bowler who has experience of playing much international cricket and T20s too. He had taken 43 wickets in his 48 matches career at decent economy rate too. Took 12 wickets from last 10 matches. Must have pick in SL .

-Sandeep Lamicchanne has emerged out as a good bowler who has impressed very much in his 70 matches T20 career and taken 95 wickets from them. Good pick in SL if you are making a MLS favorable team. Got 14 wickets from last 11 matches.

-Daniel Worrall is a decent bowler who had taken 24 wickets from 27 T20 matches at economy rate of less than 9. He can bat too if required as he is having average of 16. Performed decent in last 10 games by taking 7 wickets.

-Adam Zampa is another experienced bowler who had taken 154 wickets in 139 T20 games at an economy rate of 7.25 only. He had performed really well last year in couple of series. Must have pick if MLS opts to bowl first. Took 10 wickets in last 7 Matches.

C VC Choices -
+Glenn Maxwell
+Marcus Stoinis
+Alex Carey
+Travis Head
-Marcus Stoinis and Alex Carey can be seen as default C VC choice in SL.
-Glenn Maxwell and Travis Head are other two safe choice of C VC in SL.


 Key Players: 

 STR Key Players: 

Jonathan Wells: 
Hit an unbeaten 68* in Adelaide’s win when these teams last met and hit 45* last time out as the Strikers beat Hobart.

Rashid Khan: 
The Afghan ace has 16 wickets so far this season, including a tidy 1-23 last time these two teams met.

Travis Head: 
Had not shown his best form after his arrival from Australia’s test squad, but he hammered 79 from 40 balls to mark a return to his best form. He also has three wickets.

 STA Key Players: 

Marcus Stoinis: 
Defeat last time out did not prevent his stunning season with the bat continuing, as he smashed another 62 runs. He now has 585 runs, including five half-centuries and his record-breaking 147* in his other appearance against the Sixers.

Glenn Maxwell: 
Lacked his usual fluency last time out, but he still moved to 353 runs in 11 innings having bowled two tidy overs too.

Hilton Cartwright: 
Set the tone with 21 from ten balls at the top of the order last time out, and has enjoyed some good form alongside Stoinis in recent matches.

 Team Forms: 

 Adelaide Strikers: 

Adelaide Strikers recorded a much-needed win last time out – their second in three matches to end their bad run of form. Those two wins have been built around excellent bowling performances – dismissing Melbourne Renegades for 110 and, most recently, ripping Brisbane Heat out for just 100. In between, however, the Strikers suffered their own batting collapse and folded for 110 against the Heat.

 Melbourne Stars: 

A run of eight consecutive wins finally came to an end last time out as Melbourne Stars were unable to add another big win against the Sixers. They posted 219/1 when they last met Sydney Sixers, before back-to-back wins against Perth Scorchers, but they were set 147 to win a rain-reduced 14-over game last time out and – despite Marcus Stoinis’ 62 – could only reach 125/5.


 SQUAD: 
Adelaide Strikers:
Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Travis Head(c), Jonathan Wells, Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w), Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Liam O Connor, Peter Siddle, Wes Agar, Harry Conway, Billy Stanlake.

Melbourne Stars:
 Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Nic Maddinson, Peter Handscomb(w), Glenn Maxwell(c), Nick Larkin, Seb Gotch, Clint Hinchliffe, Sandeep Lamichhane, Lance Morris, Daniel Worrall, Ben Dunk, Adam Zampa.

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