SCO Vs SIX Dream11 And Match Report: Two regressing and crumbling sides face off against each other in a bid to revive their dwindling seasons
As the festive period of the Big Bash League gets underway today, for both of our sides, this Thursday encounter comes bearing with it momentous ramifications. With both dwindling after being obliterated in their opening exchanges of the league, a win takes colossal importance for either side if they are to challenge for a spot in the annuls of the league standings.
Having played the three encounter apiece till now, both Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers find themselves having squirmed to just a mere win to their name. The set of events have been unsavoury for either side to see them scrapping their way in the dearth of the points tally, a position either side know they need to climb out of at the earliest.
Defeated by 48 runs the last time around by Brisbane Heat, Sydney Sixers saw their plight continue in the league in a match where they were outplayed and outshone in every department of the game. Allowing their opposition to pile up a massive 209 against their paper thin bowling unit, the Sixers managed to put on a mere 161 in reply, a chase they were never on top of at any point.
Elsewhere, Perth Scorchers ended up losing up 15 runs against Adelaide Strikers by the DLS encounter which was tailored down to 18 overs after being persistently mauled and embroiled by rain. The 199 run target was at the end a way too steep one for the side, a target they managed to muster up 183 against.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A wicket which will keep everyone interested, the covering of grass left on will lead the side winning the toss to field first here. The ball will jump and frisk around in the first part before the track eventually settles down to make chasing a relatively comfortable task.
Probable Playing 11
Daniel Hughes, Josh Philippe (WK), James Vince, Moises Henriques (C), Jordan Silk, Tom Curran, Hayden Kerr, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Ben Dwarshuis
Josh Inglis (WK), Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner, Mitchell Marsh (C), Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Agar, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Joel Paris, Fawad Ahmed
Big Bash League 2019-20
Match: Perth Scorchers Vs Sydney Sixers
Date And Time: 26th December, Thursday- 4:10pm IST
Venue: Perth Stadium, Perth
Television: Sony Six/HD, Kayo
- Josh Philippe, James Vince, Tom Curran, Sean Abbott
- Josh Inglis, Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner, Jhye Richardson
Top 4 Batting Order
- Daniel Hughes, Josh Philippe, James Vince, Moises Henriques
- Josh Inglis, Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner, Mitchell Marsh
- Josh Philippe, James Vince
- Josh Inglis, Ashton Turner
Death Overs Bowlers
- Sean Abbott, Ben Dwashuis
- Jhye Richardson, Fawad Ahmed
SCO Vs SIX Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
One of his side’s most exquisite bats till now, Josh Phillipe from Sydney Sixers is going to be our pick for this forthcoming encounter. Elsewhere, we have gone in with the wicket-keeping option from Perth Scorchers as well with Josh Inglis finding a place in our side after heralding his way a knock of 50 in a mere 27 balls the last time around.
SCO Vs SIX Dream11 Batsmen
He’s going to be accompanied by Liam Livingstone for the day with the two stitching together a stellar 124 run partnership for the opening wicket. It was the perfect partnership needed in pursuit of 199, an astounding stand between the two to lay down the ideal foundation for the side with Livingstone coming up with 69 runs in the stand. Cameron Bancroft comes in as well from the side as we opt for a clean hitting partnership from the side for this one.
Elsewhere, from Sydney Sixers we are going in with James Vince who scored 39 runs in 27 balls for his side the last time around.
SCO Vs SIX Dream11 All-Rounders
He’s been in electric touch with the ball in the early encounters for his side, seeing his ability to keep pitching the ball consistently in the right channels seeing him rope in a hoard of wickets for his side to make Tom Curran from Sydney Sixers our pick in this docket of our Dream 11 side.
SCO Vs SIX Dream11 Bowling Order
With the two wickets apiece in their side’s previous outing, frontline quick bowling duo of Sean Abbott and Ben Manenti will be making their way into our side from Sydney Sixers. The duo is a lethal one comprising of two bowlers who are going to be vicious on this surface given their ability to amass immense purchase from the pace conducive conditions.
Ben Dwarshuis is also coming in for us while from Perth Scorchers we are getting in a seamless blend of pace and spin. In Chris Jordan and Fawad Ahmed, we have two names capable of ruffling up batting orders and leaving them in remorse with their ability to send down wicket to wicket line and lengths consistently.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Chris Jordan will be captaining our side out for the day whilst Abbot is our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.