BBL 10 (Week Six- Hits and Misses)

Facts and Figures

Average Score Batting 1st: 156.4 runs per team.
Average Wickets Taken Bowling 1st: 6.1 wickets per team.
Average Games Won Batting 1stOne out of seven games were won by teams batting 1st; that’s an average of 14.29%.
BBL Week Six (In a Nutshell): It was clearly evident that it was easier to bat 2nd than 1st in Week Six of BBL 10. Find out what transpired in what was an unpredictable week of T20 cricket.

Monday- 11/01/2021 (Only Game)

Adelaide Strikers (5 for 150 from 19 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Melbourne Stars (7 for 149- Batting 1st)
Strikers keep their Finals hopes Alive!
Facts and Figures: The Strikers won the game by 5 wickets with 6 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: Marc Stoinis was dismissed for 47 runs when the Stars score was 80. The bowler who claimed the wicker was Wes Agar.
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Wes Agar
Melbourne Stars Game Changers: Nic Maddinson, Adam Zampa

Tuesday- 12/01/2021 (Only Game)

Perth Scorchers (1 for 140 from 16.2 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Hobart Hurricanes (5 for 139- Batting 1st)
Scorchers Win Comprehensively!
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won the game by 9 wickets with 22 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: Ben McDermott was dismissed by Jhye Richardson for just 2 runs!
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Jason Roy
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changer: D’Arcy Short

Wednesday- 13/01/2021 (Only Game)

The Sixers Prove why they are Possibly the Best Team!
Sydney Thunder (6 for 166- Batting 1st) v Sydney Sixers (5 for 132 from 12.4 Overs out of a possible 14 Overs- Batting 2nd)
The Sixers Prove why they are Possibly the Best Team!
Facts and Figures: The Sixers won by 5 wickets with 8 balls remaining. The game was won by using the Duckworth/Lewis Method.
Pivotal Moment: Alex Hales of the Thunder was dismissed when he had scored 54 runs. The Thunder score was 4 for 85 as a result.
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Daniel Sams
Sydney Sixer Game Changer: Steven O’Keefe

Thursday- 14/01/2021 (Only Game)

Brisbane Heat (5 for 150 from 18.4 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Melbourne Renegades (6 for 149- Batting 1st)
Heat Claim Vital Win!
Facts and Figures: The Heat won by 5 wickets with 8 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: The dismissal of Jake Fraser-McGurk for 40 runs. That made the Renegades score 5 for 117.
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Joe Burns
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Beau Webster

Friday- 15/01/2021 (Only Game)

Melbourne Stars (2 for 179- Batting 1st) v Adelaide Strikers (68 All Out from 14.2 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Sixers are Officially the Team to Beat!
Stars Obliterate Strikers
Facts and Figures: The Stars won by 111 runs.
Pivotal Moment: Matt Renshaw was dismissed for 20 runs. That made the Strikers score, 3 for 44.
Melbourne Stars Game Changers: Andre Fletcher, Adam Zampa
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: None

Saturday- 16/01/2020 (Only Game) 

Sydney Sixers (3 for 164 from 18.5 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Perth Scorchers (7 for 163- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Sixers won by 7 wickets with 7 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: Liam Livingstone was dismissed for 67 runs from 34 balls! Before his dismissal, the Scorchers were in a commanding position with the score 1 for 103 off 10 overs!
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Josh Philippe
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Liam Livingstone

 Sunday- 17/01/2020 (Only Game)

Melbourne Stars (4 for 153 from 19.1 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Melbourne Renegades (150 All Out from 19.5 Overs- Batting 1st)
Renegades Lose Derby to add to their Woes!
Facts and Figures: The Stars won by 6 wickets with 5 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: Nic Maddinson hit a 6, which was the winning runs for the Stars.
Melbourne Stars Game Changer: Billy Stanlake
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Sam Harper





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