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About the Match
The reigning champions Sydney Thunder finally managed to break their losing streak with a win over Melbourne Stars. The league has already reached its halfway mark as Thunder will play Hobart Hurricanes at Hobart on Sunday in the Big Bash League. Hurricanes come into this game as they lost to Adelaide Strikers by five wickets.
The hosts Hobart Hurricanes are currently placed in the second half of the points table in Big Bash League. The side has won two games and lost three so far in the competition. The side came up short as they were outclassed by Adelaide Strikers in the game played on Friday.
The side lost early wickets in their innings and were reeling at one stage with 30 runs for the loss of five wickets but Jonathan Wells and Beau Webster fought hard as they added 89 runs to put the side right on course to post a target of 161 runs from 20 overs. The batting form of the middle order is a worry as Kumar Sangakkara and George Bailey have not been consistent with the bat in the competition as the side would hope that they come good in next few games for the side.
The bowling was decent against Strikers as Dan Christian was good on the night while others conceded runs without any wickets to their name.
The reigning champions finally managed to break their losing streak with a win off the last ball against Melbourne Stars. The star of the show was Eoin Morgan who smashed an unbeaten 71 runs to take his side to victory. Kurtis Patterson, Pat Cummins and Ben Rohrer all made vital contributions with the bat.
Shane Watson was outstanding with the ball for Thunder as Melbourne lost ground in the end of the innings after blistering start provided by Glenn Maxwell. Chris Green and Fawad Ahmed bowled well while Pat Cummins is bowling at serious pace to rattle opposition batsmen. The batting must produce consistent performances for Thunder to remain in the competition as the crucial stages of the competition will commence in few weeks’ time.
Sydney Thunder could steal the show as they have a better bowling attack than Hobart Hurricanes. The hosts must score big if they are going to win this one as bowling looks frail at times when facing better teams in the competition. Thunder is slight ahead of Hobart Hurricanes as they possess a better side to win the game that is to be played on Sunday.