KFC T20 Big Bash League 2019/20 match 12 contested between Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers. According to the BBL 9 Match 12 Results – Sixers defeated Scorchers in by 48 runs in the chase of a fighting total. Tom Curran and Jackson Bird’s return proved a hot choice by Sixers for Scorchers. While batting first, the franchise scored 174 runs with the loss of seven wickets in limited-overs. Tom Curran played an outstanding inning of 43 runs off just 21 balls with the three boundaries and a single maximum.
Jackson Bird dismissed Liam Livingstone, the powerful striker in his very first over and first ball of his spell. Sixers posted a fighting total of 174 runs with the loss of 7 wickets and wrapped up Scorcher’s top order with Jackson’s early breakthroughs. The Scorchers batting line collapsed for just 126 in 18.1 overs with four batsmen notched to the double figures. The Scorchers lost five wickets for 34 runs in the powerplay with the dismissal of Mitchell Marsh for just 17 runs. Only four batsmen got into double figures, but the team kept losing wickets.
Match Venue: Optus Stadium
Player of the match Tom Curran proved with the bat and ball as well. Curran played a magnificent inning of the day, hitting boundaries within no time. He scored 43 runs off just 21 balls with three-fours and two mighty sixes. While bowling, his first over, Curran dismissed in form wicket-keeper batsman Josh Inglis on seven runs. His performances with the bat and bowl grabbed the victory for Sixers.
Sydney Sixers vs. Perth Scorchers LineUp
Daniel Hughes, Josh Philipp, Moises Henrique, James Vince, Jordan Silk, Hayden Kerr. Tom Curran, Sean Abbot, Ben Dwarshuis, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope
Josh Inglis, Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Turner, Mitchell Marsh. Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Chris Jordan, Matt Kelly, Fawad Ahmed
BBL 9 Match 12 Results – 1st Innings
Daniel Hughes and Josh Philippe opened the batting innings for Sydney Sixers and only added 19 runs to their partnership. Sydney Sixers lost their only wicket in powerplay when Josh played a hook shot over the long-off and caught by Chris Jordan. Sydney Sixers four batsmen got into double figures Daniel Hughes 35, James Vince 22, Moises Henriques 35, and Tom Curran 43 runs inning. Curran geared the Sydney Sixers scorecard in the last three overs of the game by smashing five boundaries.
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Moises Henriques scored 35 runs off 22 balls with the help of four boundaries and single maximums. The Scorchers used five bowlers, of which everyone completed their limited-overs bowling spell. Chris Jordan picked up three wickets by conceding 29 runs in his four overs bowling spell. Jhye Richardson, Matt Kelly, Fawad Ahmed, and Ashton Agar picked up a single wicket each.
Daniel Hughes 35 (25), Josh Philipp 9 (8), Moises Henrique 35 (20), James Vince 22 (21), Jordan Silk 9 (11), Hayden Kerr 8 (11). Tom Curran 43 (21), Sean Abbot 2 (2), Ben Dwarshuis 2 (2)
Didn’t Bat: Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope
Jhye Richardson 4-1-26, Matt Kelly 4-1-50, Chris Jordan 4-3-29, Ashton Agar 4-1-36, Fawad Ahmed 4-1-36
BBL 9 Match 12 Results – 1st Innings
Perth Scorchers had a terrible opening stand as they lost five wickets in the powerplay. The Scorcher’s top order collapsed in the powerplay in the chase of a reasonable total. Previously Josh Inglis and Liam Livingstone played their part in stabilizing the innings while both got out without making entering into double figures. Jackson Bird dismissed the top order batting line of Perth Scorcher in the first two overs of his bowling spell.
Jack Bird took three crucial wickets of Scorchers with Liam Livingstone, Cameron Green, and Cameron Bancroft. He completed his bowling spell by with his second-best bowling spell and delivered his best with his return. Jhey Richardson and Matt Kelly added 37 runs together in a partnership that took Scorchers to 126 scores.
Ben Dwarshuis bowled a very economical bowling spell and picked up two wickets in just 3.1 overs game. Dwarshuis only conceded 17 runs and brought breakthroughs in his 3rd over. Jackson Bird returns to the Sixers Squad proved hot cake for Perth Scorchers as he got early rid of opening batman. Tom Curran picked up a single wicket by conceding 27 runs in his three overs bowling spell.
Sean Abbot got two crucial wickets Mitchell Marsh and Ashton Turner, and conceded 30 runs in his four overs. Lloyd Pop bowled convenient bowling spell with 3.75 economies in four overs.
Josh Inglis 7 (10), Liam Livingstone 2 (6), Cameron Bancroft 1 (5), Ashton Turner 28 (20), Mitchell Marsh 17 (13). Cameron Green 1 (2), Ashton Agar 8 (16), Jhye Richardson 14 (15), Chris Jordan 6 (6), Matt Kelly 23 (14), Fawad Ahmed 1 (2)
Ben Dwarshuis 3.1-2-17, Jackson Bird 4-3-33, Tom Curran 3-1-27, Sean Abbot 4-3-30, Llyod Pope 4-1-15
BBL Standing Table: Sydney Sixers (2 Points), Perth Scorchers (0 Points)