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Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, 29th Match- Preview

by  Aman Singh  •  Last updated on 2021-01-04 17:35:54


Melbourne Renegades has tagged an unwanted record of losing six straight matches in the ongoing BBL season. The last spot achievers will surely look forward to shrug-off the disheartening form when the Renegades camp will meet Adelaide Strikers in the 29th match BBL on Tuesday at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. One of the tournament’s favorites, Adelaide Strikers has also lost two back to back matches in quick succession with a mammoth margin of seven wickets and will look forward to bounce back with Tuesday’ win in a way to reclaim its positioning amongst top four BBL teams.

Match Preview
Venue: Adelaide Oval Ground, Adelaide
Date: January 5th, 2021
Time: 06:45 PM (Local) and 01:45 PM (IST)

Pitch Report
One of the most renowned wickets available in Australia has hosted several crucial international fixtures. The true spirit of a game of cricket is witnessed at the Adelaide Oval Pitch and the outfield of the Adelaide ground is lightning fast that’s why batsmen with specialization for stroke playing sustain an upper edge. Healthy bounce and a bit of movement is seen towards the start of the match for quick guns although not that much help is available for spin brigades.

Weather Forecast
Sun is expected to be the spectator of the match at Adelaide behind curtains of scattered clouds. A pleasant weather for a cricket match is expected towards the evening with temperature in between 23 degree Celsius and 13 degree Celsius. There is no perception of rain although wind speed will accelerate towards evening and is expected to reach 31 km/h.

Probable Playing XI for the Match
Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (c), Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper (wk), Rilee Rossouw, Beau Webster, Mohammed Nabi, Will Sutherland, Kane Richardson, Josh Lalor, Peter Hatzoglou and Imad Wasim

Adelaide Strikers: Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Matt Renshaw, Alex Carey (c & wk), Jonathan Wells, Ryan Gibson, Rashid Khan, Daniel Worrall, Danny Briggs, Wes Agar and Peter Siddle.