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About the Match
The Big Bash League will see another enticing contest as Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers fight it out to stay alive in the competition at Sydney.
The reigning champions did start poorly but have now put together a number of good performances to see them have a chance in qualifying for the semis of the Big Bash League. The side will face off against Adelaide Striker is must win game for the side and also they will have to do this without their key players like Pat Cummins and Eoin Morgan who have left the league to perform international duties with their respective national sides.
Shane Watson is tipped to be the player who could perform big in next few games while Ben Rohrer has all the experience to produce noteworthy performance in this game. Fawad Ahmed was the man of the moment for Thunder and could play a decisive factor in this game as well.
Ben Dunk has been the prolific run scorer for the side in this edition of Big Bash League while Hodge has also played well in the opening games. Tom Ludeman is also making a comeback in this game while Kieron Pollard has been in poor show this season. The bowling lineup has seen good performances as Ben Laughlin is been the consistent performer.
The sides are evenly matched but based on current form expect Sydney Thunder to clinch this game against Adelaide Strikers who have been heavily reliant on one or two players.