In the 12th match of the ongoing Big Bash tournament, the two teams playing against each other will be Hobart Hurricanes vs the Perth Scorchers at the Bellerive Oval stadium this Tuesday the 14th of December.
The Hobart Hurricanes have only won two of their total matches played in the tournament. They lost the first game against the Sydney Sixers by a mere 14 runs. In their second game, they played and beat the Sydney Sixers 44 runs in a rain-curtailed match.
The two top batters for the match were Peter Handscomb and Caleb Jewell who were impressive in the tournament openers. Mathew Wade was the skipper who laid the foundation for the match when he smashed the Sixers bowlers all around the venue. He managed to score a cool 93 Off just 46 balls and managed to set his team off with a sensational kickoff. He was supported by D’Arcy Short and finally, a cameo from Called Jewell managed to help the team post a 213 in their 20 overs. Nathan Ellis and Tom Rogers were the match’s wreckers in chief.
Joel Paris starred with the ball for the Hurricanes, picking up three wickets as they restricted the Sixers to 151, winning the game by 44 runs. Perth Scorchers, on the other hand, have started their campaign brilliantly. They have played two games and won both. They defeated Brisbane Heat in their opening game and followed it up by beating Adelaide Strikers in their next game.
After electing to bat first, Colin Munro displayed a batting masterclass at the top of the order as he smashed a brilliant century against the Strikers. He remained unbeaten on 114 as the Scorchers scored 195 in their 20 overs. The bowlers then stepped up and backed up their bowlers to knock over the Strikers on 146. Jason Behrendorff and Andrew Tye each picked up three wickets as they broke the back of the Striker’s batting lineup. They won the game by 49 runs and will be filled with confidence.
Both sides have won their previous games and will be eager to carry forward the winning momentum. Both sides will come out all guns blazing on Tuesday, and it promises to be a cracker of a contest. Hobart Hurricanes are placed at the 5th spot in the Big Bash League 2021-22 points table with one win and one loss from their 2 matches of the league. The team has 5 points.
Matthew Wade is the top run-scorer for Hobart Hurricanes with 113 runs at a strike rate of 176. He has struck 10 fours and 5 sixes. D’Arcy Short has also made 94 runs at a strike rate of 108. Joel Paris has been the best bowler for Hobart Hurricanes and has picked up 4 wickets while bowling at an average of 15 and an economy rate of 7.62.
Perth Scorchers are placed at the 2nd spot in the Big Bash League 2021-22 points table with wins from their 2 matches of the league. The team has 7 points. Colin Munro is the top run-scorer for Perth Scorchers with 117 runs at a strike rate of 150. He has struck 8 fours and 6 sixes. Cameron Bancroft has also made 70 runs at a strike rate of 120.
Andrew Tye has been the best bowler for Perth Scorchers and has picked up 5 wickets while bowling at an average of 10 and an economy rate of 7.57.
HOBART HURRICANES VS PERTH SCORCHERS MATCH DETAILS:
Match: Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers, Match 12 BBL 2021-22.
Date: 14th December 2021.
Time: 1:45 PM IST.
Venue: Blundstone Arena, Hobart.
HOBART HURRICANES VS PERTH SCORCHERS PITCH REPORT
The surface at Blundstone Arena is suited for T20 cricket and is expected to assist the batters but also has something in it for the bowlers. The pacers will be a key factor for both sides as the bowlers need to hit the right areas to extract the assistance on offer.
The team that wins the toss will look to chase on this surface.
HOBART HURRICANES VS PERTH SCORCHERS WEATHER REPORT
Scattered clouds are expected to be a feature of matchday. Temperatures are expected to range between 13 and 21 degrees Celsius. No rain interruptions are expected throughout the day’s play.
HOBART HURRICANES VS PERTH SCORCHERS PROBABLE XIS
- Matthew Wade (c & wk)
- Darcy Short
- Caleb Jewell
- Tim David
- Peter Handscomb
- Jordan Thompson
- Nathan Ellis
- Joel Paris
- Thomas Rogers
- Sandeep Lamichane
- Josh Kann.
- Colin Munro
- Cameron Bancroft (wk)
- Ashton Turner (c)
- Kurtis Patterson
- Laurie Evans
- Aaron Hardie
- Ashton Agar
- Andrew Tye
- Matthew Kelly
- Jason Behrendorff
- Peter Hatzoglou.
HOBART HURRICANES VS PERTH SCORCHERS MATCH PREDICTION
Hobart is fresh from upsetting the Sydney Sixers and is high on confidence. Alternately, the Scorchers have won both their matches in the tournament so far and are favorites to finish on top in this encounter.