BBL 10 (Week Seven- Hits and Misses)

Facts and Figures

Average Score Batting 1st: 181.9 runs per team.
Average Wickets Taken Bowling 1st: 5.7 wickets per team.
Average Games Won Batting 1stSeven of ten games were won by teams batting 1st; that’s an average of 70%.
BBL Week Seven (In a Nutshell): It was a lot easier to bat 1st than 2nd in Week Seven of BBL 10. Find out what occurred in what was an entertaining week of T20 cricket.

Monday- 18/01/2021 (Only Game)

Sydney Thunder (5 for 177- Batting 1st) v Hobart Hurricanes (4 for 181 from 18 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Facts and Figures: The Hurricanes won by 6 wickers with 12 balls remaining. For the Hurricanes Scott Boland took 4 wickets and Ben McDermott made 96 runs!
Pivotal Moment: The dismissal of Alex Hales when the score was none for 64, prior to him getting out. The wicket was taken by Scott Boland.
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Sam Billings
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changers: Scott Boland, Ben McDermott

Tuesday- 19/01/2021 (Only Game)

Perth Scorchers (5 for 174- Batting 1st) v Brisbane Heat (115 All Out from 16.4 Overs- Batting 2nd)
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won by 59 runs. The standout was probably Colin Munro who made 82 runs. Five out of the six bowlers used by the Scorchers took at least one wicket.
Pivotal Moment: Chris Lynn was dismissed when he was looking dangerous on 27 runs.
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Colin Munro
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Morne Morkel

Wednesday- 20/01/2021 (Only Game)

Melbourne Renegades (5 for 160 from 19.4 Overs- Batting 2nd) v Melbourne Stars (6 for 158- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Renegades won by 5 wickets with 2 balls remaining.
Pivotal Moment: Marcus Stoinis was dismissed for 37 runs off just 27 balls.
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Mackenzie Harvey
Melbourne Stars Game Changer: Nick Larkin

Thursday- 21/01/2021 (Only Game)

Adelaide Strikers (5 for 197- Batting 1st) v Brisbane Heat (115 All Out from 17.3 Overs)
Facts and Figures: The Strikers won the game by 82 runs; it was a one sided contest. Alex Carey made the first century of BBL 10.
Pivotal Moment: When Chris Lynn was dismissed for 17 runs off 9 balls.
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Alex Carey
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Marnus Labuschagne

Friday- 22/01/2021 (Game One of Two)

Hobart Hurricanes (8 for 157- Batting 2nd) v Perth Scorchers (8 for 179- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won by 22 runs. Jason Behrendorff and Jhye Richardson took 6 wickets between them, for the Scorchers.
Pivotal Moments: The dismissal of D’Arcy Short for 43 runs when the score was 4 for 100. Jason Behrendorff took the all important wicket.
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changer: Nathan Ellis
Perth Scorchers Game Changer: Jhye Richardson

Friday- 22/01/2021 (Game Two of Two)

Sydney Sixers (5 for 186- Batting 2nd) v Sydney Thunder (5 for 232- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Thunder won by 46 runs. Alex Hales made the second century of BBL 10.
Pivotal Moments: The run out of Josh Philippe; the score was 0 for 40 prior to his dismissal!
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Moises Henriques
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Alex Hales

Saturday- 23/01/2021 (Game One of Two)

Melbourne Renegades (147 All Out from 18.4 Overs) v Brisbane Heat (5 for 173- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Heat won the game by 26 runs.
Pivotal Moment: Sam Harper was dismissed for 57, which made the Renegades score 4 for 97.
Melbourne Renegades Game Changer: Sam Harper
Brisbane Heat Game Changer: Marnus_Labuschagne

Saturday- 23/01/2021 (Game Two of Two)

Melbourne Stars (6 for 171- Batting 2nd) v Perth Scorchers (4 for 182- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Scorchers won by 11 runs.
Pivotal Moment: Marcus Stoinis was dismissed for 14 runs by Jason Behrendorff.
Melbourne Stars Game Changer: Nick Larkin
Perth Scorchers Game Changers: Jason Roy, Jason Behrendorff

Sunday- 24/01/2021 (Game One of Two)

Sydney Thunder (7 for 153- Batting 2nd) v Adelaide Strikers (6 for 159- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Strikers won the game by 6 runs.
Pivotal Moment: The dismissal of Usman Khawaja for 36 runs was an important wicket that the Strikers took.
Sydney Thunder Game Changer: Adam Milne
Adelaide Strikers Game Changer: Michael Neser

Sunday- 24/01/2021 (Game Two of Two)

Sydney Sixers (8 for 181- Batting 2nd) v Hobart Hurricanes (8 for 188- Batting 1st)
Facts and Figures: The Hurricanes won by 7 runs.
Pivotal Moment: D’Arcy Short took a good catch, which meant Jordan Silk was dismissed for 78 runs.
Sydney Sixers Game Changer: Jordan Silk
Hobart Hurricanes Game Changer: Matthew Wade

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