Jacob Wells and Matthew Short dragged Renegades to their 9th consecutive loss in the Big Bash League 9. Adelaide Strikers defeated Melbourne Renegades by 63 runs in the change of competitive total. Renegades are left with the mathematical chances of qualifying in the big bash knockout stage. Gades haven’t won a single match of the big bash nine and stuck to the bottom of the table from the very beginning.
Matt Short and Wells partnership of 80 for 52 deliveries set up a good total on the board. Before summing up the five last team to qualify in the second round of the tournament, Gades left on the bottom of the points table. Gades have recorded their ninth constructive loss at Adelaide Oval Ground that is second-worst losing streak after Sydney Thunders 19 in a row.
Strikers went aggressive right from the start keeping the run rate above ten runs per hour in the first eight overs. The significant partnership of 80 runs for 52 deliveries piled up Strikers to the 173/6. Renegades trap by three spinners with early break breakthroughs and restricted to 110 scores all-out. Strikers clinched a comprehensive victory over renegades with 63 runs and rose on the points table.
Adelaide Oval Ground crowd have witnessed that host team in first few overs went aggressive. They were in the position to go fast 200 in 20 overs, but the loss of to set batsman restricted them to 173. Renegades batting line in the pursuit of 174 had a difficult time in front of Strikers in the bowling attack and sidelined in 17.4 overs.
Strikers vs Renegades Squads
Marcus Harris, Sam Harper, Shaun Marsh, Muhammed Nabi, Tom Cooper. Samit Patel, Beau Webster, Daniel Christian. Jack Wildermuth, Joe Mennie, Cameron Boyce
Jake weathered Phil Salt, Travis head, Jonathan Wells, Harry Nielsen. Matthew short, Rashid Khan, Michael Nazar, Peter Siddle, Was Agar, Harry Conway
BBL 9 Match 33 1st Innings
BBL 9 Match 33 Strikers vs Renegades- Adelaide Strikers won the toss and elected to bat first at their home ground. the opening partnership between feels art and jack with a round of 40 runs in 3.2 was give a flying start to the innings. Strikers bar 56 runs in power play with the loss of 2 wickets after pill salt fell for Is 18 runs of 12 deliveries. Jack Weatherall came aggressive, and he smashed 27 runs off just 12 deliveries include in his Boundaries and a single maximum.
Travis’s head captains the Strikers today in the absence of Alex Carey and he formed of the partnership of 24 runs with check weathered in the middle overs. After the fall of Travis’s head mat shirt accompanied by Jonathan Wells and give life to the strikes innings. Match short scored 58 runs for 38 deliveries including five countries and Single maximum. Well, Jonathan Wells / 41 runs off 28 shipments, and he got run out by Tom Cooper and Joe Mennie.
Jake Weatherald 27 (12), Phil Salt 18 (12), Travis head 22 (20), Jonathan Wells 58 (38), Harry Nielsen 4 (9), Matthew Short 41 (28), Rashid Khan 2 (1), Michael Neser 0 (1)
Didn’t BatPeter Siddle, Was Agar, Harry Conway
Samit Patel 4-1-26, Mohammad Nabi 4-1-33, Joe Mennie 2-1-35, Jack Wildermuth 3-1-34, Cameron Boyce 4-1-22, Dan Christian 3-0-23
BBL 9 Match 33 2nd Innings
BBL 9 Match 33 Strikers vs Renegades – In the chase of 174 runs Genegades lost their first wicket in very first over with the departure of Marcus Harris. After failing to quick wickets Webster and Shawn Marsh formed a partnership of 50 runs to cruise innings slowly. Only two batsmen of Renegades got into double figures including Shaun Marsh and Beau Webster. Top-order and a lower middle-order batting line of Renegades flopped and lost back to back wickets. Travis’s Head removed the opening pair of Renegades in first two overs of his game.
With the early wickets by Travis Head, Rashid Khan and Peter Siddle sealed win for Strikers. Renegades lost their wickets on a regular interval and ended up at 110 all out. In the first half of the second innings, Gades were at 65/3 seemingly having control in the innings. After losing 4th wicket gets lost their three wickets for just 12 runs.
Samit Patel and Dan Christian had some control over the innings, but the run rate was creeping up with every dotted delivery. Peter Siddle bowled the most economical bowling spell in his three overs with 3/14 Rashid Khan 2/19.
Marcus Harris 4 (4), Sam Harper 5 (4), Shaun Marsh 21 (29) Muhammed Nabi 6 (11). Tom Cooper 1 (3), Samit Patel 8 (10), Beau Webster 49 (33), Daniel Christian 2 (7). Jack Wildermuth 1 (2), Joe Mennie 1 (2), Cameron Boyce 1 (1)
Travis Head 4-2-26, Peter Siddle 3-3-14, Rashid Khan 4-2-19. Michael Neser 1.4-1-22, Henry Conway 3-1-16, Wes Agar 2-0-9
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