Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars Prediction Today Match Tips – 24 DEC 2018

Hurricane vs. Stars, BBL 2018-19?

Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars Prediction Today Match Tips - 24 DEC 2018 1

Melbourne Stars bid for a significant improvement in the results of last year’s Big Bash League, where they face Hobart Hurricanes in their second match of the 2018/19 Big Bash League. The match is scheduled on December 24 and at the local time, live action will start on 15:45.

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Bat’s prediction
Typically, the team is already on the field to win after batting, but said that, Melbourne Stars won after their defeat and defeat in the opening game, while Hobart Hurricanes won.

HBH vs MLS Head to Head

Hobart Hurricanes has won just two out of his last eight matches against Melbourne Stars, and in fact, Stars also met in MCG in last year’s tournament. Last year, on the last day of the league action, stars got some glory in the MCG, falling downwards. Dan Christian scored 56 runs in Hobart’s 185/7, but Kevin Pietersen scored 46 runs in 23 balls, as stars won three wickets in the last over.

Hobart storms vs. Melbourne stars
Hobart Hurricanes may be favorite with bookmakers, but a strong Melbourne Stars team – who have a good record in this consistency – can thank you for your international stars, thank you.




HBH Team News

Australia captain Tim Paine is away from the national team playing against India, so Matthew Wade will continue as captain and wicketkeeper in the BBL 2018-19 match. Both David Moody and Jake Doran were nominated for the first game in the team but were not selected for the match, and Hurricane could have liked to be with the winning line-up.

MLS Team News

Nick Larkin debuted his first Melbourne Star in a match against Sydney Thunder, which was formatted as a replacement for injury. Lackin and Lance Morris were called, along with injuries to Nick Madison and Dan Warhol during Sheffield Shield matches – but the latter is still waiting for his first appearance. Scott Bolland was the second player to get out of the original team. Although the stars have learned a lot for the change in the rain-hit defeat, though there is still to be seen.

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