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Match Details

15-January-2020, Canberra.

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Broadcast Details

The match will be live on Sony Liv(12:40 PM).

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Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades Head To Head Stats

1)MR VS ST At Melbourne, Dec 22 2016(Melbourne won by 49 runs)
Melbourne Renegades – 179/7
Aaron Finch – 63 runs
Marcus Harris – 19 runs
Sydney Thunder – 130/10
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2)MR VS ST at Canberra, Jan 24 2018(Melbourne won by 9 runs)
Melbourne Renegades – 189/6
Marcus Harris – 64 runs
Beau Webster – 18* runs
Kane Richardson – 4 wickets
Jack Wildermuth – 1 wicket
Jon Holland – 1 wicket
Sydney Thunder – 180/10
Jay Lenton – 23 runs
Arjun Nair – 45 runs
Gurinder Sandhu – 2 wickets

3)MR VS ST at Sydney, Jan 22 2019(Melbourne won by 12 runs)
Melbourne Renegades – 152/9
Aaron Finch – 54 runs
Tom Cooper – 22 runs
Kane Richardson – 2 wickets
Cameron Boyce – 1 wicket
Sydney Thunder – 140
Callum Ferguson – 52 runs
Jason Sangha – 54 runs
Daniel Sam’s – 3 wickets
Gurinder Sandhu – 3 wickets

4)MR VS ST at Melbourne, Jan 30 2019(Melbourne won by 27 runs)
Melbourne Renegades – 140/7
Mohammad Nabi – 36 runs
Cameron Boyce – 51 runs
Kane Richardson – 3 wickets
Harry Gurney – 1 wicket
Cameron Boyce – 2 wickets
Daniel Christian – 1 wicket
Sydney Thunder – 113/10
Callum Ferguson – 28 runs
Daniel Sam’s – 1 wicket
Jono Cook – 2 wickets

5)MR VS ST at Geelong, Dec 19 2019(Sydney won by 6 wickets)
Melbourne Renegades – 169/5
Sam Harper – 39 runs
Aaron Finch – 29 runs
Shaun Marsh – 42 runs
Richard Gleeson – 1 wicket
Harry Gurney – 2 wickets
Sydney Thunder – 171/4
Alex Hales – 68 runs
Usama Khwaja – 66 runs
Daniel Sam’s – 2 wickets
Arjun Nair – 2 wickets
Nathan McAndrew – 1 wicket

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Player Battle

Aaron Finch vs Gurinder Sandhu (20-23-2)
Cameron Boyce vs Daniel Sam’s (1-4-1)
Marcus Harris vs Chris Green (17-12-1)
Shaun Marsh vs Chris Tremain (18-25-2)
Sam Harper vs Daniel Sam’s (23-12-1)
Callum Ferguson vs Kane Richardson (31-19-1)
Alex Hales vs Harry Gurney (11-7-1)
Usman Khwaja vs Harry Gurney (4-5-1)

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Sydney Thunder Probable XI

  1. Alex Hales
  2. Usman Khawaja
  3. Callum Ferguson (C)
  4. Jay Lenton (WK)
  5. Alex Ross
  6. Chris Morris
  7. Daniel Sams
  8. Jonathan Cook
  9. Arjun Nair
  10. Nathan McAndrew/Gurinder Sandhu
  11. Brendan Doggett

Bench – Liam Bowe, Nathan McAndrew/Gurinder Sandhu

Melbourne Renegades Probable XI

  1. Marcus Harris
  2. Sam Harper (WK)
  3. Shaun Marsh
  4. Beau Webster
  5. Daniel Christian (C)
  6. Samit Patel
  7. Mohammad Nabi
  8. Will Sutherland
  9. Tom Cooper
  10. Cameron Boyce
  11. Joe Mennie

Bench – Jack Wildermuth, Andrew Fekete

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Sydney Thunder Team News

  • Brendan Doggett and Liam Bowe each took a wicket after coming into the team last time out, replacing Nathan McAndrew and Jonathan Cook.
  • The Thunder have no players on international duty, with Usman Khawaja one of the more notable players overlooked for the Australia ODI squad.

Sydney Thunder Key Players

Alex Hales: Scored his second half-century of the BBL 2019-20 tournament in the win against Hobart last time out. His other came against the Renegades when they met last month.
Daniel Sams: Continued his excellent bowling form with 2-29 in the win against Hobart Hurricanes. He now has 17 wickets in nine appearances this season.
Chris Morris: The South African all-rounder also took two wickets last time out and now has ten for the tournament from seven appearances.

Sydney Thunder Team Form

Sydney Thunder ended a three-match losing streak when they beat Hobart Hurricanes last time out. Defeats to Melbourne Stars, sandwiched by a rain-affected loss to Brisbane Heat, had seen the Thunder slide down the table but Alex Hales’ half-century ensured they got a much-needed two points against Hobart. Daniel Sams and Chris Morris each took two wickets as the Hurricanes posted 162/6 and Hales top-scored in reply. He and Usman Khawaja shared 96 in 10.2 overs for the first wicket and the Thunder won by four wickets in the final over.

Melbourne Renegades Team News

  • Mohammad Nabi arrived in time to make his first appearance of the season last time out, with he and Samit Patel having now replaced Harry Gurney and Richard Gleeson as overseas players – Nabi as planned and Patel because of Gurney’s injury.
  • The Renegades are also without Aaron Finch and Kane Richardson, who are with the Australia squad in India.
  • Joe Mennie and Tom Cooper have come into the team recently to compensate.

Melbourne Renegades Key Players

Shaun Marsh: Another 21 runs last time out took the veteran batsman to 319 runs for the season so far, including two half-centuries.
Mohammad Nabi: Arrives on the back of some good wicket-taking form in the Bangladesh Premier League with Rangpur Rangers and started his latest Renegades stint with a wicket last time out too.
Beau Webster: Dismissed just short of another half-century last time out, the batsman has scored 29, 59*, 25 and 49 in his last four games to show some decent form in an otherwise out-of-form team.

Melbourne Renegades Team Form

Melbourne Renegades’ losing streak now stands at nine matches after their seven-wicket defeat to Melbourne Stars – as they failed to defend 168/7 – was followed by a dismal batting display in defeat to Adelaide Strikers. Beau Webster scored 49 but he fought a lone battle as the Renegades – chasing 174 to win – folded for just 110.

Ground Stats Of Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades

06 Over Average – 46.92
10 Over Average – 78.2
15 Over Average – 117.3
20 Over Average – 156.4

Head To Head Winning Ratio

Melbourne Renegades – 4
Sydney Thunder – 1

Total Runs in last 5 Head To Head Matches

1st Match – 309 runs
2nd Match – 369 runs
3rd Match – 292 runs
4th Match – 253 runs
5th Match – 340 runs

Best Head to Head matches Performers

Tom Cooper – 25,22
Aaron Finch – 63,54,29
Kane Richardson – 4wk,2wk, 3wk
Daniel Sam’s – 3wk,1wk
Gurinder Sandhu – 2wk,3wk

Other Stats

Total 6s in last 5 head to head matches -12, 20,7,10,8
Total 6s in last 5 Matches by Melbourne -3, 7,3, 7,4
Total 6s in last 5 Matches by Thunder -11, 3,2, 4, 4

Pitch Stats Of Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades

Canberra’s Manuka Oval is a balanced wicket, though its true nature could not be explored last time out as heavy smog caused the early abandonment of the Thunder’s last match here.

Weather Report Of Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades

Smog was an issue last time the Big Bash rolled into Canberra, while there will be cloud cover for this game and a very small chance of rain too. Otherwise, the smoke – caused by the bushfires – has eased a little in the past day.

Recent Match Performance

  • Sydney Thunder- W L L L W
  • Melbourne Renegades-L L L L L

Betting Odds Of Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades

  1. Sydney Thunder- 1.66
  2. Melbourne Renegades-2.30

Online Bet For Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades

Online Bet – Sydney Thunder to hit more 4s at 1.90

Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades Power Picks

Shaun Marsh, Beu Webster, Sam Harper, Cameron Boyce, Joe Mennie, Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Daniel Sams, Chris Morris, Brendon Doggett.

Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades Captain and Vice-Captain for Dream11 Fantasy

Captain Suggestions:

Alex Hales, Shaun Marsh, Beu Webster, Usman Khawaja

Vice-Captain suggestions

Daniel Sams, Mohammad Nabi, Callum Ferguson

For Head to Head/Small Leagues:

Captain – Ferguson | Vice-Captain – Marsh

For Grand/Mega Leagues:

Captain – Webster | Vice-Captain – Sams

Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades Grand League Team

  1. Sam Harper
  2. Alex Ross
  3. Shaun Marsh
  4. Beau Webster (C)
  5. Usman Khawaja
  6. Alex Hales
  7. Daniel Sams (VC)
  8. Daniel Christian
  9. Jonathan Cook
  10. Cameron Boyce
  11. Arjun Nair

Dream11 Team

Sydney Thunder V Melbourne Renegades Today Match Predictions

  1. Winner:- Sydney Thunder

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