Hurricane versus Renegades, BBL 2018-19?
Melbourne must have been aiming for their fourth win in the Renegades Season when they will face League leaders Hobart Hurricanes. This 52st fixture of the Big Bash League 2018-19 will be played on February 7 at Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Directly the match will start at 7:30 pm local time.
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Bellyway Oval has hosted four matches so far in this BBL season and all four have been won by the side batting second. Since the wicket has preferred the batsmen at other times of the game on this ground, the team that won ‘Bat-flip’ here on Thursday would probably prefer to follow.
HBH Team News
Hobart Hurricanes took the young Afghan leg-spinner Kais Ahmed in place of injured injured paceman Tim Mills. Ahmed is in line to launch his BBL, which means that one of Clive Rose or Jarod Freeman could make room for him. The rest of the storm is expected to remain unchanged.
Mlr team news
Melbourne Renegades made a change in the line-up for his match against Sydney Thunder for the last match, which included Cameron White instead of Beau Webster, who batted during his last week’s game against Perth Scorchers The hamstrings were injured. White is expected to recover completely for this game, and if he does so, he will be sent back to the playing eleven directly. Opener Marcus Harris is also available with the completion of Sri Lanka’s Test series against Australia, but he may have to wait a bit before getting an opportunity.
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HBH vs. MLR head to head
Hobart Hurricanes and Melbourne Renegades have played eight matches against each other in the Big Bash League, in which the score was later than 6-2.
Melbourne Renegades has won six of his last seven encounters against Hobart Hurricanes, which also included the most recent match at Melbourne’s Dockland Stadium last month.
After winning the toss and deciding to bowl first in the game, Melbourne Renegades stopped Hobart Hurricanes at 145/5 at the end of 20 overs. They then chased the total in the final over to win the match by six wickets.
Matches played: 8; Hobart Hurricanes Won: 2; Melbourne Renegades Won: 6