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Sydney Thunder vs. Hobart Hurricanes : BACK THUNDERS FOR ANOTHER EDGE BLAZING AFFAIR || Big Bash League 2020-21

Big Bash League 2020-21 Match 43

Sydney Thunder vs. Hobart Hurricanes Match Prediction – Mon, 18th January

Ascending Thunder:

Sydney Thunder has been one of the most remarkable franchises in the BBL this edition. With a well-composed batting squad supplementing a resourceful bowling line-up, the Thunder have 23 points in their kitty and are on the path for a top-two finish in the BBL league stage.

While Daniel Sams and Alex Hales’s likes lead from the front, it has been their youth talent, particularly Tanveer Sangha, who has been the most noteworthy. With opening batsman Usman Khawaja and skipper Callum Ferguson in line for a significant knock, the Thunder will be assertive of a win in this BBL game.

Possible playing XI: Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Callum Ferguson (C), Ben Cutting, Sam Billings (WK), Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green, Adam Milne and Tanveer Sangha.

Tumbling Hurricanes:

On the contrary, Hobart Hurricanes have lost their course a bit after a promising beginning to their BBL 2021-21 crusade. Despite swaggering Dawid Malan and D’Arcy Short’s likes in their roster, the Hurricanes have been a touch of form with the bat of late.

A lot is anticipated of the Hurricanes bowling unit and Riley Meredith being a strong lead early on. With the BBL 2021 campaign entering its business end, Hobart Hurricanes will be looking to bounce back to winning ways at the earliest.

Possible playing XI: D’Arcy Short, Ben McDermott (WK), Riley Meredith, Dawid Malan, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb (C), Will Jacks, Tim David, Mitch Owen, Scott Boland and Sandeep Lamichhane.

The venue, Pitch Report, and Toss Prediction:

In the 43rd match of the ongoing Big Bash League (BBL) 2020-21, Sydney Thunder will play against the Hobart Hurricanes at the Manuka Oval on 18th January Monday.

The wicket at the Manuka Oval is slightly on the slower side, with the spin bowlers likely to have the upper hand.

The new ball is anticipated to move and swing, but there isn’t much on the cards for the fast bowlers, who will need to use the variations. The batters will have to spend their time in the middle for going big, and wickets contained could be vital for both teams.

However, both franchises could look to bat first at this ground, where 160-175 runs can be a pretty convenient target.

Dominant Thunders to Override:

The Thunders are a decent 1.66. You could well make a case for it owing to their fantastic campaign so far. The thunders seem to be dominating in all aspects of the paper. The probability at this price seems fair and steadfast.

If the Thunders bat first, they should easily fancy a mammoth total of over 175. Their bowlers could choke the men in purple, chasing a massive total. Also, coming into this game after a three-match losing streak, the Hurricanes will be carrying low confidence.

The men in purple are at 2.25. And their only gamble could be backed by the hunger they possess after having lost three games. The rest can be risky.

Short And Sams to Make the Dent:

D’Arcy Short has had an unfortunate campaign by his values with just 195 runs in 10 outings. But he’s not a player to let a meagre run get into his head and disturb his skill the next match. This is one of the Bash’s most hot-headed batter we’re speaking about who was the BBL’s top run-getter a couple of years ago. He is going to open the batting, and he owns high chances of getting a big score.

Daniel Sams has been The All-rounder to watch out for this season. He has been remarkable in each department. Any repeat performance from this man can fetch you big guns.