Perth vs Sixers, BBL 2018-19?
In 2018/19 Big Bash League, Purpose Scorchers will look for revenge for the defeat of Sydney Sixers, when both teams meet in Opus Stadium, Perth. The match is scheduled for January 13 and live action will begin at 18:35 local time.
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Sydney Sixers opted to bat first when both teams met in the SCG in the first tournament, but the Optus Stadium lent their first fielding.
Prs team news
Mitchell Marsh, Zaheer Richardson and Jason Behendorph – and Shaun Marsh are already unavailable due to the Test commitments in the Australian ODI team, while David Wiley, Aaron Hardy and Usman Kadir have been in the team for the last time against the Melbourne Stars. outside. Due to Mitchell Marsh’s illness, Ashton Turner suffered another setback for the squads, meanwhile, he said that he would also be liable against the Sydney Sixers.
Hardy started the Big Bash after being out due to injury to Joel Paris, but after having scored 13 runs in his over, Matt Kelly could take over this time. There is a clear replacement for Sam Whitman Turner.
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Sydney Sixers was rewarded for the fielding of an unchanged team in the third match in a row when they last defeated Adelaide Stryker. Justin Evendano has replaced Jake Edwards, but in his last two innings, scores of five and zero can mean that only Big Bash has started in his place. The recall of Nathan Lyon in the Australian ODI team means that he is unavailable, but he has not done so this season so far, the Test is on duty anyway.
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PRS vs SYS head to head
Sydney Sixers defeated Perth Scorchers, when both teams played the first game of this season’s Big Bash League just before Christmas. Jordan Silk scored an unbeaten 67 off 49 balls in an unbroken stand of 164/4 and Steve O’Keefe took 3-19 wickets in four overs to restrict the score to 147/8 in reply.
Overall, however, it is Perth Scorchers with better records. He won eight of the last 13 games and claimed another victory over the Super Over after tie. The victory of Sydney Sixers last month was the first in this stability after their fourth and December 2016.