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They have tasted defeat only twice in the last ten Big Bash matches at home and the fortress is a chief reason as to why they are eyeing a third-successive title.
What is impressive about that record is that even when chasing, they have bucked the trend for the side batting first to win. Seven of the last ten have been won by the side batting first.
Granted Perth are responsible for a lot of those but they also managed to defend 117 in that sequence. They are a mean machine indeed.
Adelaide must hope they win the toss and get the opportunity to bat first. If that happens then they have enough power in that batting line-up to trouble the Scorchers.
Witness their surprise victory over the Stars. Scoreboard pressure counts for a hell of a lot and if they get to post a target, they should trade as jollies.
Perth and Adelaide have had some belting games at the WACA. Last year Adelaide won by one wicket chasing 147. At the start of the year the Scorchers got home by five runs after posting a mammoth 203.
That match proves that a team is never safe no matter what they post so if you do trade, don’t get greedy. The side batting first must post at least 165 here to go well.
Top Perth runscorer
Klinger is one of three batsmen to hit a ton on the ground in this format. He is also the seventh highest runscorer in the last year in T20. Had he played more matches he would probably be No 1. He also top scored in the previous meeting between the two at the ground.
Top Strikers runscorer
Craig Simmons, the opener, notched a century in that high scoring affair already mentioned. But it was for his previous team, Perth. Brad Hodge top scored in that narrow chase last time out at the WACA.