Sydney Sixers defeated Adelaide Strikers by two wickets in the chase of a low total at Adelaide Oval Ground. BBL 9 Match 27 Strikers vs Sixers – While batting first at Oval Ground, Strikers set up a total of 135 runs with the loss of ten wickets in 20 overs. Sydney Sixers chase down the total and won the match by 2 wickets and 8 balls remaining to the innings. Rashid Khan struck his first hat-trick of the season and turning magic of low scoring total to a thriller against Sydney Sixers.
Adelaide Oval Cricket Ground has seen a similar batting position by both teams. This was the first match in the BBL 9 when not a single batsman from either side got a half-century. Jack Weatherald played highest innings of 47 runs off 31 balls with his single maximum and four boundaries. In the first innings of Adelaide Strikers 79/2 in 10 over and lost 7 wickets for next twenty-five runs only.
Similarly, Sydney Sixers were 79/3 in 11 overs and lost their 5 wickets seemingly uncontrolled innings when Khan removed middle order. Sixers bowlers did a great job in the first innings especially Lloyd pop, Tom Curran and Josh Hazlewood who took early breakthroughs. The best bowling showcase restricted Strikers to 135 runs in 20 overs. The only partnership of 39 for 30 balls by Alex Carey and Jack Weatherald cruised Strikers to a reasonable total.
Josh Hazlewood played his last match of the Big Bash 2019 20 before he departs for Australia Tour of India 2020. He picked one wicket and conceded 19 runs in his four overs bowling spell. What a fantastic day Tom Curran had today! He recorded his best bowling spell of the BBL 9 season today with 4/22.
Strikers vs Sixers Squads
Adelaide Strikers Squad
Fill salt; Jake weathered, Alex Carey, Michael Nazar, Rashid Khan. Matthew Short, Jonathan Wells, Cameron Valente, Peter Siddle, Harry Conway, Billy star lake
Sydney Sixers Squad
Josh Philippe, Justin Avendano, Daniel Hughes, James Vince. Jordan silk, Jack Edwards, Tom Curran, Ben Dwarshuis, Jackson Bird, Josh Hazlewood
BBL 9 Match 28 1st Innings
BBL 9 Match 27 Strikers vs Sixers – Phil Salt and Jake Weatherald opened the batting innings for Strikers at Adelaide Oval as the first match of the day. The opening partnership didn’t work well as Salt Fell off on Jackson Birds delivery with Strikes 15/1 in 2 overs. However, Strikers control the innings in the first half by losing just two wickets in the powerplay.
In the first ten overs, Strikers were 79/3 when Tom Curran removed Weatherald and broke the partnership. Strikers batting line crumbled again after losing two set batsman on the crease. The team lost five-wicket in four overs by taking the advantage of only 25 runs. The partnership between Cameron Valente and Harry Conway accelerated the scorecard to 135 total on the board.
Tom Curran bold his best bowling spell in the Big Bash League 2019/20 season by taking four wickets in his 3.4 hours and considered just 22 runs. Dwarshuis and pop also removed to batsman while Jackson Bird and Hazelwood got a single wicket each.
Phil salt 9 (10), Jake weathered 47 (31), Alex Carey 32 (30), Michael Neser 2 (2), Rashid Khan 0 (2), Matthew short 7 (7), Jonathan Wells 7 (13), Cameron Valente 12 (13), Peter Siddle 1 (2), Harry Conway 6 (8), Billy Stanlake 0 (0)
Ben Dwarshuis 4-2-20, Jackson Bird 4-1-38, Josh Hazlewood 4-1-19, Tom Curran 3.4-4-22, Lloyd Pop 4-2-33
BBL 9 Match 28 2nd Innings
BBL 9 Match 27 Strikers vs Sixers – While chasing down the target in the first ten overs Sydney Sixers batting Line experienced the same fashion as Strikers started. Sixers were 79/3 in 11 overs, and three quick wickets by Rashid Khan put Sixers into trouble. Not a single batsman for Sydney Sixers got into the thirties however James Vince is the leading run-scorer of the day for 6ers for his 27 runs off 20 balls.
Sydney Sixers lost their first wicket of Justin Avendano in 2.3 overs with17/1 on the scoreboard. They lost three wickets in the powerplay and a partnership between James Vince and Jordan Silk, helped them to get closer to the total. In the 12th over Rashid Khan broke the partnership and smacked first hat-trick in the BBL 9.
Josh Hazlewood three boundaries in a row powered Strikers to win the game at the nick of the time. Sixers were losing the wickets in every over and he took an opportunity to for the risks. In the BBL 9 Match 28 Strikers vs Sixers, Sixers defeated the Strickers with two wickets and eight balls remaining to the innings.
Josh Philippe 8 (10), Justin Avendano 11 (8), Daniel Hughes 17 (13), James Vince 27 (20). Jordan silk 16 (17), Jack Edwards 0 (1), Tom Curran 21 (20). Ben Dwarshuis 10 (9), Jackson Bird 9 (12), Josh Hazlewood 12 (3)
Peter Siddle 3.4-1-25, Rashid Khan 4-4-22, Michael Neser 4-0-31. Billy Stanlake 4-0-31, Harry Conway 4-1-34
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