BBL 10 (Week Four- Hits and Misses)

Facts and Figures

Average Score Batting 1st: 169.6 runs per team.
Average Wickets Taken Bowling 1st: 6.6 wickets per team.
Average Games Won Batting 1stFive of ten games were won by teams batting 1st; that’s an average of 50%.
BBL Week Four (In a Nutshell): The manner in which the games were played was impressive. That’s as far as the performances of the majority of teams was concerned. There were some close games that helped keep the games entertaining.

Monday- 28/12/2020 (Only Game)

Adelaide Strikers (8 for 165- Batting 1st) v Perth Scorchers (94 All Out from 15.2 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Strikers Too Good
Facts and Figures: The Strikers won the game comprehensively by a total of 71 runs. They bowled the Scorchers out with 28 balls remaining in their innings.
Pivotal Moment: Wes Agar bowled Josh Inglis out after 3.1 overs when the Scorchers had 35 runs.
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Wes Agar
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Jhye Richardson

Tuesday- 29/12/2020 (Game One of Two)

Melbourne Renegades (6 for 168- Batting 1st) v Sydney Sixers (8 for 169 from 19.5 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Sixers Win Tight Tussle!
Facts and Figures: The momentum in this game went back and forth. No team could clearly grab the ascendancy, that’s why it went down to the wire. The Sixers won by 2 wickets with one ball remaining.
Pivotal Moments: Jason Holder hit two 6’s late in the game.
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Mohammad Nabi
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Jason Holder

Tuesday- 29/12/2020 (Game Two of Two)

Sydney Thunder (7 for 219- Batting 1st) v Melbourne Stars (144 All Out from 19.5 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Thunder Dominate, Stars Capitulate!
Facts and Figures: The game was over after the Thunder blasted a score that was insurmountable for the Stars to chase down. The Thunder won by 75 runs.
Pivotal Moments: Alex Hales total of five 6’s!
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Alex Hales
Melbourne Stars Game Changer: None

Wednesday- 30/12/2020 (Only Game)

Hobart Hurricanes (150 All Out from 19.4 Overs- Batting 1st) v Brisbane Heat (8 for 149- Batting 2nd)
Thunder Obliterate the Renegades!
Facts and Figures: The Hurricanes won the game by one run! The game went down to the wire!
Pivotal Moment: Scott Boland took the wicket of Jimmy Peirson who was caught by D’Arcy Short. The score was 6 for 116 from 15.1 overs when Peirson was dismissed.
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changer: Scott Boland
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Thursday- 31/12/2020 (Only Game)

Adelaide Strikers (9 for 164- Batting 1st) v Perth Scorchers (3 for 147 from 17.4 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Scorchers Grab First Win off BBL 10
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won the game by 7 wickets.
Pivotal Moment: Aaron Hardie claimed the wicket of Matt Renshaw, when he looked set to score a lot of runs. His wicket was taken by Aaron Hardie and caught by Jason Behrendorff. The wicket left the Heat at 3 for 64 off 8.1 overs.
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Alex Carey
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Jhye Richardson

Friday- 01/01/2021 (Only Game)

Melbourne Rengades (6 for 166 from 17 Overs- Batting 1st) v Sydney Thunder (2 for 117 from 12 Overs- Battings 2nd)
Thunder Claim Vital Win
Facts and Figures: The Thunder won the game by 7 runs based on the Duckworth Lewis method of deciding the result.
Pivotal Moments: Alex Hales hit 2 6’s.
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Shaun Marsh
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Usman Khawaja

 Saturday- 2/01/2021 (Game One of Two)

Stars Only Have Themselves to Blame
Hobart Hurricanes (5 for 164- Batting 1st) v Melbourne Stars (9 for 143- Batting 2nd)
Facts and Figures: The Hurricanes won the game by 21 runs. They bowled brilliantly to restrict the Stars score to 141 runs from 20 overs.
Pivotal Moment: Glenn Maxwell was out for 70 runs off 37 balls. The wicket came from a Johan Botha bowl that was caught. It made the Stars score 5 for 112 from 13.1 overs.
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changer: Scott Boland
Melbourne Stars Game Changer: Glenn Maxwell

Saturday- 02/01/2021 (Game Two of Two)

Brisbane Heat (6 for 171 from 18.5 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Sydney Sixers (8 for 165- Batting 1st)
Sixers Lose their way, as the Heat Win the Day!
Facts and Figures: The Heat won a tight game by 4 wickets with 7 balls to spare.
Pivotal Moment: Josh Philippe was dismissed for 48 runs from an lbw from the bowling of Xavier Bartlett. That made the Sixers score 4 for 97 from 12.1 overs.
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Mark Steketee
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Josh Phillipe

Sunday- 03/01/2021 (Game One of Two)

Perth Scorchers (3 for 185- Batting 1st) v Melbourne Renegades (89 All Out from 12.5 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Scorchers on Top of Their Game, Renegades in a Rut!
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won the game by 96 runs. The Renegades were all out with 43 balls to spare.
Pivotal Moments: Josh Inglis’s seven 6’s.
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Josh Inglis
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Jack Prestwidge

Sunday- 03/01/2021 (Game Two of Two)

Adelaide Strikers (4 for 150- Batting 1st) v Sydney Sixers (3 for 151 from 18 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Sixers Prevail
Facts and Figures: The Sixers won the game by 7 wickets with 12 balls to spare.
Pivotal Moment: Strikers danger man, Alex Carey was out for 31 runs when they were cruising. The score was 3 for 71 from 12.2 overs after bowler Daniel Christian claimed his wicket.
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Jonathan Wells
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Josh Phillipe

 

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