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BBL09 Match 43: HH vs AS Dream11 Possible Playing 11 Pitch Report

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If there is a side whose season has capitulated after a promising start, it is Hobart Hurricanes.

The loss of D’Arcy Short, James Faulkner and Riley Meredith has hurt their campaign. Their season is now on life support as they sit three points outside the top five, with three games remaining after this one. It is must-win territory.

On the other hand, Adelaide Strikers have impressed for the most part. Their bowling was a big let down last season, but they have come good this time around, highlighted in two of their past three games where they bowled out Renegades and Heat for 110 and 100 respectively.

Key Players to Watch/Key Stats

  • Jake Weatherald was man-of-the-match in Strikers’ last game at Launceston. He struck a superb 82* off 42 balls.
  • In Hurricanes vs Strikers last season on this ground, the openers had a good time of things. 88, 26, 54 and 82 were the scores.
  • Matthew Wade vs Strikers: 192 runs, avg. 96.00, SR: 165.52.
  • Phil Salt got going in the last game vs Heat. It will be interesting to see if he can back up well this time, after a run of five low scores after his previous 50+ score.
  • Jono Wells is averaging over 61 with 300+ runs in BBL09.
  • Travis Head has 146 runs (avg. 36.50) and three wickets vs Hurricanes in five games against them.
  • Ben McDermott (five matches) and George Bailey (10 matches) average 22.50 and 13.00 respectively vs Strikers. An improvement is needed.
  • Rashid Khan and Michael Neser took two wickets each on this ground last season.
  • Rashid is currently third for most wickets in BBL09, with 16 in 10 matches.
  • Scott Boland is having a strong BBL09 campaign for Hobart Hurricanes: 2/29, 3/16, 1/33, 1/45 and 1/11 (2).
  • Peter Siddle has four wickets in three games vs Hurricanes. He also has 11 wickets in nine games in BBL09.
  • Liam O’Connor is coming off 3/30 vs Heat.

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Head-to-Head

  • Matches 12, Hurricanes 4, Strikers 7, NR 1.
  • This is the first meeting between these teams in BBL09.

Possible Playing 11

Hobart Hurricanes have named the same 13-man squad from their abandoned match vs Sydney Sixers.

Hobart Hurricanes: 1. Matthew Wade (c), 2. Caleb Jewell, 3. Jake Doran, 4. George Bailey, 5. Ben McDermott (wk), 6. David Miller, 7. Thomas Rogers, 8. Clive Rose, 9. Nathan Ellis, 10. Qais Ahmad, 11. Scott Boland

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Adelaide Strikers have also named the same 13-man squad, from their thrashing of the Brisbane Heat a few days ago.

Adelaide Strikers: 1. Phil Salt, 2. Jake Weatherald, 3. Travis Head (c), 4. Jono Wells, 5. Harry Nielsen (wk), 6. Matt Short, 7. Michael Neser, 8. Rashid Khan, 9. Peter Siddle, 10. Wes Agar, 11. Liam O’Connor

Launceston Pitch Report and Conditions

The first game at Launceston last season saw Perth Scorchers crawl to 107/8, before it took Hobart Hurricanes 17.3 overs to chase it down.

The next game was more free-flowing for the batsmen, with the openers of the Hurricanes and Strikers performing well. Here, an even-paced pitch can be expected, with the spinners to play a key role in the middle overs.

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Match Prediction

Consider it an upset if Hobart Hurricanes can beat Adelaide Strikers today.

Given the form of the two teams, as well as the experience in them, the Strikers should prove too good.

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Charbel Coorey
Charbel Cooreyhttps://cricblog.net
Charbel is the owner & founder of cricblog.net, based in Sydney, Australia. He started the website to fulfill his love for the game of cricket. Charbel has been featured on other publications including OP India, Times of India, and The Roar, among others. He is also a keen fantasy sports player. Charbel has also had the privilege of interviewing cricketers on the CricBlog TV YouTube channel, including James Neesham, Rassie van der Dussen, Andrew Tye, Shreyas Gopal, Jaydev Unadkat and Saurabh Netravalkar: https://www.youtube.com/@cricblogtv For any story tips or questions, you can contact Charbel at charbelcoorey@cricblog.net.

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