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BBL: Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades 7th Match, Live Cricket Streaming – 21 Dec 2019

Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades Live Cricket Streaming

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Match Information

Match: Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades

Competition: Big Bash League 2019-20

Date: Saturday, December 21, 2019

Kick-off time: 10:10 AM GMT

Umpires: Simon Fry, Phillip Gillespie
Third Umpire: John Ward
Match Referee: Peter Marshall

Stadium: Perth Stadium, Perth

Capacity: 46,000

Address: Perth Stadium, Perth NSW 2021, Australia

What TV Channel: Willow TV [US] Sony Network [IND] BT Sport [UK]

Live Streaming: LMI Sports ( World Wide)

THE TEAM NEWS

SYDNEY SIXERS

Sydney Sixers reached the knockout phase for the fifth time in eight editions in BBL|08 but they fell narrowly short after coming up against an inspired Melbourne Renegades side that would go on and win the tournament.

The squad is arguably the most settled in the entire competition coming into BBL|09 as the only players to depart are England’s Joe Denly along with a handful of fringe players that hardly featured last year.

Pace bowler Jackson Bird arrives from the Melbourne Stars and he will be a welcome addition to the bowling attack while they have also signed Aussie skipper Steve Smith but he is unlikely to feature until late in the tournament once his commitments with the national team have ended.

England duo James Vince and Tom Curran have rejoined the club while they will be without Josh Hazelwood and Nathan Lyon until the current Test series with New Zealand finishes, but that has often been the case and they know how to cope without them as they continue to possess one of the most talented yet underrated teams in the tournament.

Sydney Sixers Squad: Jack Edwards, Daniel Hughes; James Vince, Moises Henriques(c); Jordan Silk, Josh Philippe(w), Tom Curran; Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis; Ben Manenti, Steve OKeefe, Mickey Edwards, Hayden Kerr.

PERTH SCORCHERS

Perth Scorchers’ stunning record in the Big Bash of always having reached the knockout phase came to a crashing end in BBL|08 as they finished rock bottom with just four wins from their 14 matches so they will be desperate to rekindle their best form.

Their poor performances last year have led to wholesale changes to the playing squad with Usman Qadir; David Willey, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Michael Klinger; Shaun Marsh, Clint Hinchcliffe, and Will Bosisto all departing and not featuring in the squad this year.

They have made some excellent signings with English duo Chris Jordan and Liam Livingstone being their overseas signings while Fawad Ahmed has signed from Sydney Thunder as he finally gives them an elite spin option, and

Kurtis Patterson also arrives from Thunder to bolster the batting.
Their bowling attack is slightly weakened by the injuries to Andrew Tye and Jason Behrendorff but Chris Jordan and Fawad Ahmed give them even more options to choose from and the duo are both set to start for them.

Perth Scorchers Squad: Josh Inglis(w), Cameron Bancroft; Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner; Mitchell Marsh(c), Ashton Agar, Chris Jordan; Cameron Green, Fawad Ahmed; Jhye Richardson, Joel Paris, Matthew Kelly, Sam Whiteman

Match Prediction- PRS vs MLR

Perth Scorchers unusually finished bottom of the pile in the last edition of the BBL and they will be desperate to get back to winning ways and make a strong start to the tournament. They face a tough test against a Sixers side that has to be favored among the top teams in the competition.

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