Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers Match Prediction. Adelaide Strikers will clash against table-toppers Perth Scorchers in the 49th league match of the Big Bash League in Adelaide’s home ground. Peter Siddle-led Strikers arrived into the competition after a victorious 71-run conquest over Brisbane Heat, whom they enveloped for a little 90 turn a record six-for by Rashid Khan after putting 162. However, they persist to reel in the bottom half of the table, placed sixth currently, with eight losses in 11 games.
On the other hand, the Perth Scorcher sit comfortably at the top place with 10 wins from 12 games and like Strikers, have prevailing impetus after their back, coming after a 47-run triumph over Melbourne Stars.
Match – Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers Match 49
Venue – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Time – 05:10 AM IST, 11:40 PM GMT
Data – 14th January 2022
The way at the Adelaide Oval has been a proportional one thus far in the four matches this season, with the middle first innings target being 168. Three of those four engagements have been thrashed by the side upholding, which could be a hand for the toss.
The temperature will rise from 19 degrees to the mid-20s during this late dawn game in Adelaide. However, some clouds gathering will be seen in tomorrow’s match.
Adelaide Strikers – 9,
Perth Scorchers – 10
Matthew Short, Henry Hunt, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells, Wes Agar, Thomas Kelly, Liam Scott, Harry Nielsen (wk), Henry Thorton, Peter Siddle (c), Harry Conway
Kurtis Patterson, Nick Hobson, Colin Munro, Laurie Evans (wk), Ashton Turner (c), Aaron Hardie, Ashton Agar, Andrew Tye, Matthew Kelly, Peter Hatzaglou, Jason Behrendorff
The capable batter has been pushed up to extend in current matches and has hit 3 half-centuries till now in the tournament. Kurtis Patterson is presently the runner-up run-scorer for the Scorchers with 275 runs in nine innings at an impressive 30.55 and a strike rate of about 144.
Matthew Shorthas made important assistance with the bat for his team. He has gathered up 265 runs in 10 games at an average of 29.44 and has brought 2 wickets with the ball as well.
Peter Siddle’s side were dears to defeat Brisbane Heat on Wednesday but the method of their success noticed the eye across the cricketing world. Rashid Khan has been bowling well throughout the contest but is anticipated to leave the tournament before this match.
Ashton Turner’s side put in an outstanding execution facing Melbourne Stars and revealed that they have the power in the chasm to cope with the lacks of Colin Munro and Tymal Mills. We hope to see the same XI for the Scorchers in this match.
Although Adelaide Strikers reach into this match with some momentum after a decisive victory over Brisbane Heat, Rashid Khan’s scarcity will be difficult to fill. We are expecting an exhilarating match with the top-of-the-table Perth Scorchers reaching out on top.