Glenn Maxwell’s brilliant innings of 83 runs unbeaten keep Melbourne Renegades winless in the Big Bash 9. The great innings by the Skipper of Melbourne Stars retained team on top of the Big Bash 9 Table. Renegades almost knockdown from the Big Bash nine seasons with their 8th straight loss. Stars batting line while chasing down the target of 169 slightly grind and kept calm to have wickets in hand.
Marcus Stoinis fell on the third delivery of first over and went to the pavilion without opening his account at Marvel Stadium. With the departure of Stoinis, Star’s captain Glenn Maxwell built the innings slowly in his way and went aggressive in the end. The Mighty innings of Glenn Maxwell’s 83 run off 45 balls help Stars to achieve the total with eight shots spare to the innings. Maxwell faced 45 deliveries and ran for tens to get doubles, including his seven sixes, and Single boundary get stars closer to the total.
While batting first at Marvel Stadium, Renegades were going well, aiming to achieve 190+ total in 20 overs. The last four-over spell by Nathan coulter-Nile and Haris Rauf four wickets by conceding just 22 runs restricted Renegades to 169. The opening batsman of Gades, Marcus Harris, and Shaun Marsh shared 86 runs as an opening stand in 10.3 overs.
Renegades captain Aaron Finch departed for is national duties for Australia tour of India 2020. Dan Christian led the the the squad in today’s match against Melbourne Stars. Renegade top order build substantial innings with the number of partnerships throughout their 20 over.
Renegades vs Stars Squad
Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, Daniel Christian, Tom Cooper, Sam Harper. Will Sutherland, Beau Webster, Samit Patel, Cameron Boyce, Joe Mennie, Richard Gleeson
Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Ben Dunk, Glenn Maxwell, Sab Gotch. Nathan colter-Nile, Clint Hinchliffe, Haris Rauf, Sandeep Lamichhane, Lance Morris
BBL 9 Match 30 1st Innings
BBL 9 Match 30 Stars vs Renegades- Opening batsman Marcus Harris and Shaun Marsh give an opening stand of 86 runs in 10.3 overs, aiming to put a big total on the scoreboard. Marcus Harris departed after scoring 42 runs are 32 deliveries with his three-fours and two maximums. Shaun Marsh, Webster, and Daniel Christian went past their twenties. The 2nd partnership between Marsh and Dan of 25 runs for 16 delivery cruise Renegades to 111/2 in 13.3 overs.
The third partnership between Christian and Webster of 35 runs in just 16 balls accelerated the Gades innings to 169 runs in 20 overs. Nile and Rauf picked up four wickets in their last four overs bowling spell and conceded only 25 runs. Maxwell bowled three overs and considered only 20 scores with the economy of 6.66 times per over.
Coulter-Nile and Sandeep Lamichhane picked up two wickets for Melbourne Stars in their bowling innings. Hat-trick man Haris Rauf picked up one wicket in his four-hour bowling spell and considered just 25 runs while Lance Morris and Clint Hinchliffe conceded unsuccessful in making breakthroughs.
Marcus Harris 42 (35), Shaun Marsh 63 (43), Daniel Christian 12 (10). Tom Cooper 15 (13), Sam Harper 0 (1), Will Sutherland 1 (5), Beau Webster 25 (15), Samit Patel1 (1)
Didn’t Bat: Cameron Boyce, Joe Mennie, Richard Gleeson
Glenn Maxwell 3-0-20, Nathan coulter-Nile 4-2-29, Lance Morris 3-0-33, Haris Rauf 4-1-25, Clint Hinchliffe 2-0-18, Sandeep Lamichhane 4-2-39
BBL 9 Match 30 2nd Innings
BBL 9 Match 30 Stars vs Renegades – Melbourne Stars opening batsman Marcus Stoinis fall for zero on the third delivery of Samit Patel. Cartwright and Ben Dunk formed a partnership of 35 runs in 30 balls without considering the required run rate. The required run rate was creeping up when Dunk caught for 14 runs in 5.3 overs. With the loss of three wickets, Nick Larkin and Glenn Maxwell took responsibility on their shoulders.
The brilliant innings of 115* partnership between Larkin and Maxwell ensured the victory for Melbourne Stars over Renegades at Marvel Stadium. However, Maxwell started his innings slowly without taking notice of the increasing run rate. Nick Larkin partnered with Maxwell and scored 33 unbeaten for 28 deliveries.
In 11 overs, Melbourne Stars were 79/3 when Maxwell decided to charge up against Renegades. Maxwell smashed seven sixes in his 83 runs innings and won the game for stars with eight balls remaining to the innings.
Marcus Stoinis 0 (3), Hilton Cartwright 35 (21), Ben Dunk 14 (15), Nick Larkin 33 (28))Glenn Maxwell 83 (45)
Didn’t Bat: Sab Gotch, Nathan coulter-Nile, Clint Hinchliffe, Haris Rauf, Sandeep Lamichhane, Lance Morris
Samit Patel 4-1-21, Tom Cooper 2-0-17, Joe Mennie 3-0-28. Richard Gleeson 2-1-24, Cameron Boyce 4-1-37, Daniel Christian 2.4-0-28, Will Sutherland 1-0-12
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