CM – Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder Big Bash Tips: Wells to go well


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The underrated and understated Jonno Wells can get the maximum number of points for a troubled striker team, while Daniel Sams is a good bet for MOM says Jamie Pacheco.

« His BBL average of 33 is solid rather than spectacular, and his 121 hit rate is more decent than destructive. But that’s what he’s after. »

The Strikers are lucky that the Renegades have done even worse than them this season.

Without the team from Melbourne in the competition they would be the lowest point. They only won one out of six, just like the Renegades, the only difference being that they got two more bonus points.

And yes, they were unlucky to lose Travis Head and Alex Carey, by far their two best batsmen. Head could well have missed Usman Khawaja for fifth place in the Ashes. Carey only got off the field because of Tim Paine’s well-documented incident.

Still, you shouldn’t have relied so excessively on two batsmen in the first place, and questions need to be asked about the balance of the site and its recruiting processes. This could be a long, tough season for her.

The win last time secured them fourth place with one game in hand against all three teams above them.

But the best they can hope for is to come in third place and for that they would have to get the bonus point as well. They’d skip the hurricanes if that happened.

Last time they beat the Scorchers, who were unbeaten until then. That should give them great faith.

Good for him, but bad news for us because we were up against Jason Sangha, who missed 11 runs and ended up unbeaten with 56. That’s a score that would normally be enough to win it.

It was all the more frustrating when I mentioned Billings as our husband’s threat.

The English fast bowler Saqib Mahmood continues to impress; he took 2-29. Nathan McAndrew took out three wickets.

We are in Adelaide. Here, just before Christmas, the Brisbane Heat passed 200 and the Strikers scored 149 before rolling the Renegades for just 100. These were the only two games played there so far this season.

The Strikers generally prefer to hit first and then unleash their strength – their bowling – on the opponent, hoping that the pressure of the scoreboard does the rest.

That said, they scored a perfectly reasonable 175 against the Hurricanes the other day, only to see the men in purple chase it down with nine balls. So you may need to rethink if you win the flip.

The Thunder are not big enough to be a favorite on the side. At 1,784 / 5 they are about right and while we believe they are a significantly better team, they are not quite as reliable as the Sixers or Scorchers.

And if they’re about right, the 2.285 / 4 Strikers aren’t big enough to cause a surprise. I know this all sounds incredibly obvious, but it’s worth repeating one last time.

Is there a strong head-to-head record for a side that might still tempt us? Unfortunately not. You’re over the years 7-7. It was a win last season.

It tells its own story that no Strikers player has made 200 runs for the season. In fact, no one has exceeded 156, with Matt Short being their top scorer.

The second best is Jonno Wells (155) and then Tom Kelly (122) and Matt Renshaw (109), although the last two only played four and three games respectively.

One of the more quirky batsmen in cricket has no shortage of experience here. He has beaten 92 times in the BBL in 101 games, making him one of the league’s true regulars.

His BBL average of 33 is more solid than spectacular, and his hit rate of 121 is more decent than destructive. But that’s what it’s about him.

A busy batter who looks for holes rather than pushing boundaries, this could be just the kind of game for him. The Thunder are usually well on top with the ball, so the starters, who are out of shape anyway, could be back in the stable early.

He will beat at four and as a 9/2 fifth favorite he has more to offer than most on the prizes.

But in Daniel Sams we may have exactly the kind of players who allow us to race better than usual.

He’s taken seven wickets in six games so far and thrown 21 out of a possible 24 overs, so you know he should be bowling his full odds here.

He hasn’t really made an impression with the racket, but a rapid fire of 28 balls out of just 11 against the Sixers was a reminder of what we can do.

With the Thunder, our pick to win the game, he should have a good 10/1 chance here.

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