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Hobart Hurricanes

The Hobart Hurricanes are an Australian professional men's T20 cricket team based in Tasmania, Australia. They compete in Australia's domestic T20 cricket competition known as The Big Bash League (BBC) Their team represents Hobart. The Hurricanes play their home matches at Blundstone Arena.

History:

2011-2012 season:

Hobart Hurricanes started their inaugural season with a bang, beating Perth Scorchers by 31 runs. Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Thunder faced the same fate as Hurricanes won their first four games of the campaign. They lost two of the remaining three games but still managed to make it to the semifinal as the second-placed team. However, they lost to eventual winners Sydney Sixers in the semifinal.

2012-2013 season:

Following the semifinal finish in the inaugural season, the Hurricanes started the new season on a winning note, beating Brisbane Heat by eight wickets. However, things just did not go their way for the rest of the season. They managed to win three games in a row at one stage but missed out on the semifinal finish due to poor net run-rate. The Hurricanes finished the season at the sixth position.

2013-2014 season:

After missing out on the semifinal finish due to poor net run-rate in the previous season, the Hurricanes made it to finals this term for the same reason.  Their first game of the season did not yield any result before they won their second to start the season on a good note. However, they managed to win just 2 of their remaining six games but advanced to the semifinals ahead of Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades. In the semifinal, they crushed Melbourne Stars by seven wickets to advance to their first final. However, their hopes of winning their first-ever BBL title was ended by Perth Scorchers in the final.

2014-2015 season:

The Hurricanes started the season with a thumping 52-run win over Melbourne Stars. However, it was not the precursor of how the rest of the season would unfold. They never managed to gain the momentum and ended the season at the fifth position after managing three wins from eight games.

2015-2016 season:

Hobart Hurricanes suffered a crushing 95-run loss to Sydney Sixers in their season-opener. However, they quickly bounced back and won the next three games. But they could not win any more game for the rest of the season and ended at seventh position with just 3 wins from 8 games.

2016-2017 season:

The new season did not change Hurricanes' fortunes as they failed to improve their seventh-spot finish in the last season. The Hobart-based franchise started the season on a promising note,  beating last season's finalists Sydney Sixers by 60 runs. However, things soon god pretty bad as they lost two games in a row. They eventually ended the season at the seventh position with just 3 wins in 8 games.

2017-2018 season:

The seventh season of the competition saw the teams playing ten games instead of eight like the previous seasons. Hobart Hurricanes began their season with two heavy defeats against Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder. However, they quickly bounced back and won the next five games to seal a spot in the semifinal. In the semifinal, they thrashed Perth Scorchers by 71 runs before losing to Adelaide Strikers in the final.

Here are some other details about the team:

Most runs:

 

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave
TD Paine 2012-2018 47 46 2 1198 91 27.22
GJ Bailey 2012-2018 43 39 10 1023 74* 35.27
JW Wells 2011-2017 45 39 10 885 72 30.51
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 30 0 814 96 27.13
DJM Short 2016-2018 19 19 1 770 122* 42.77
TR Birt 2011-2015 34 33 3 743 74 24.76
BR McDermott 2017-2018 15 15 3 480 114 40
OA Shah 2011-2014 22 21 8 472 69 36.3
DT Christian 2015-2018 28 26 6 469 58 23.45
Shoaib Malik 2013-2015 17 16 4 315 66* 26.25
AC Blizzard 2012-2014 14 13 3 308 78* 30.8
RT Ponting 2011-2013 8 8 1 253 63* 36.14
MS Wade 2017-2018 12 11 2 251 71 27.88
PA Jaques 2011-2012 8 8 1 234 73 33.42
AJ Doolan 2017-2018 8 8 1 186 70* 26.57
KC Sangakkara 2015-2017 13 13 1 173 43 14.41
MW Hill 2015-2016 5 5 0 169 64 33.8
EP Gulbis 2012-2015 19 14 2 136 22 11.33
DJG Sammy 2014-2016 11 10 5 123 38* 24.6
S Milenko 2016-2018 11 7 4 121 66* 40.33
CJ Boyce 2014-2018 41 17 6 89 24* 8.09
BW Hilfenhaus 2011-2015 22 14 9 86 38* 17.2
CA Rose 2015-2018 25 10 7 79 29* 26.33
BJ Webster 2017-2017 5 4 1 76 67* 25.33
TIF Triffitt 2011-2012 8 7 2 76 21 15.2
AD Hales 2014-2015 5 5 0 71 34 14.2
XJ Doherty 2011-2015 30 7 4 46 15* 15.33
CA Wakim 2018-2018 1 1 0 43 43 43
B Laughlin 2011-2014 30 10 2 41 10 5.12
JC Archer 2017-2018 12 6 5 40 25* 40
Naved-ul-Hasan 2011-2012 8 3 1 35 30* 17.5
NJ Reardon 2018-2018 3 1 0 32 32 32
RJG Lockyear 2011-2012 6 3 0 30 23 10
HP Kingston 2016-2017 4 3 1 29 17 14.5
MJ Johnston 2011-2012 5 4 2 28 13* 14
SB Styris 2012-2013 5 3 0 26 24 8.66
AD Mascarenhas 2014-2014 4 3 1 24 16 12
TT Bresnan 2015-2015 4 4 1 20 13 6.66
J Clark 2018-2018 1 1 0 19 19 19
BM Duckett 2018-2018 1 1 0 18 18 18
M Wright 2018-2018 1 1 0 14 14 14
SCJ Broad 2016-2017 8 2 1 14 11* 14
SW Willis 2018-2018 1 1 0 13 13 13
MG Hogan 2012-2013 8 4 2 13 5* 6.5
CP Jewell 2018-2018 1 1 0 12 12 12
NT Ellis 2018-2018 1 1 1 11 11* -
T van der Gugten 2014-2014 1 1 1 9 9* -
JK Reed 2015-2017 10 1 1 8 8* -
JJ Krejza 2011-2013 11 3 0 8 5 2.66
JM Mennie 2013-2015 8 3 0 7 4 2.33

 

Most wickets:

 

Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Econ
CJ Boyce 2014-2018 41 40 137.3 0 1143 43 1/7
B Laughlin 2011-2014 30 30 110.4 1 831 39 7.5
XJ Doherty 2011-2015 30 29 105 4 747 31 1/6
BW Hilfenhaus 2011-2015 22 22 84.3 3 641 26 1/6
DT Christian 2015-2018 28 24 71 0 590 22 1/7
DE Bollinger 2012-2014 23 23 82.5 3 654 21 1/6
JK Reed 2015-2017 10 10 31 0 277 16 1/7
JC Archer 2017-2018 12 12 46.2 1 369 16 1/6
Naved-ul-Hasan 2011-2012 8 8 31.5 0 255 15 1/7
SW Tait 2015-2017 12 12 43.2 0 401 14 1/8
CA Rose 2015-2018 25 25 72 0 559 14 1/6
Shoaib Malik 2013-2015 17 13 40 0 299 11 7.47
JJ Krejza 2011-2013 11 11 38 0 324 11 8.52
EP Gulbis 2012-2015 19 18 44 0 379 11 1/7
JM Mennie 2013-2015 8 8 23 2 198 9 1/7
SCJ Broad 2016-2017 8 8 29.3 0 243 8 8.23
TS Mills 2017-2018 10 10 40 0 389 8 9.72
SL Rainbird 2015-2017 7 7 23 0 194 6 8.43
S Milenko 2016-2018 11 6 12 0 135 5 1/10
AD Mascarenhas 2014-2014 4 4 16 0 147 5 9.18
DJM Short 2016-2018 19 13 24.2 0 221 5 1/8
MG Hogan 2012-2013 8 8 28 0 226 5 1/7
TT Bresnan 2015-2015 4 4 14 0 119 4 1/7
TS Rogers 2017-2018 4 4 15 0 140 4 1/8
HP Kingston 2016-2017 4 4 10 0 111 3 1/10
DJG Sammy 2014-2016 11 10 24 0 220 3 1/8
J Clark 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 33 2 8.25
RJG Lockyear 2011-2012 6 4 6 0 63 2 1/9
SB Styris 2012-2013 5 5 13.2 0 115 2 1/7
RT Ponting 2011-2013 8 2 2 0 23 1 1/10
NT Ellis 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 28 1 1/6
M Wright 2018-2018 1 1 3 0 28 1 1/8
RP Meredith 2018-2018 2 2 6 0 63 1 1/9
MJ Johnston 2011-2012 5 5 13 0 99 1 1/6
JW Wells 2011-2017 45 2 1.1 0 9 0 7.71
MA Higgs 2013-2013 1 1 2 0 20 0 10
J Botha 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 21 0 5.25
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 2 2 0 21 0 10.5
L Neil-Smith 2018-2018 1 1 1 0 22 0 22
AW Summers 2017-2017 1 1 3 0 31 0 10.33
T van der Gugten 2014-2014 1 1 3 0 32 0 10.66
JE Taylor 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 39 0 9.75
BJ Webster 2017-2017 5 2 6 0 48 0 8

 

Most dismissals as wicketkeeper:

 

Player Span Mat Inns Dismissals Ct Stumping
TD Paine 2012-2018 47 42 37 28 9
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 7 6 6 0
MS Wade 2017-2018 12 10 5 5 0
TIF Triffitt 2011-2012 8 7 3 3 0
TR Birt 2011-2015 34 1 1 1 0
BM Duckett 2018-2018 1 1 0 0 0

 

Current squad:

 

Jofra Archer (OS)
George Bailey
Johan Botha
Alex Doolan
Jake Doran
James Faulkner
Caleb Jewell
Ben McDermott
Riley Meredith
Simon Milenko
Tymal Mills (OS)
David Moody
Tim Paine
Tom Rogers
Clive Rose
D’Arcy Short
Aaron Summers
Matthew Wade

 

*Stats and squad updated before the start of BBL 2018-19

Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI
Smriti Mandhana. Image-PTI
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Smriti Mandhana And Deepti Sharma Signed By Sydney Thunder In WBBL 2021/22

Smriti Mandhana and allrounder Deepti Sharma were signed by WBBL franchise Sydney Thunder, the defending WBBL champions who have pulled off a coup signing the duo ahead of their title defence in October.

Experienced Smriti Mandhana, coming off her highest ODI score of the year, is set to play for her third WBBL club after previous stints with Brisbane Heat and Hobart Hurricanes. Deepti Sharma has never played in the WBBL but has experience in domestic T20 leagues.

Smriti Mandhana is set for her third WBBL club Albert Perez/Getty Images
Smriti Mandhana is set for her third WBBL club Albert Perez/Getty Images

Sydney Thunder Signs Smriti Mandhana And Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma featured in the women’s competition of the inaugural Hundred, for London Spirit in 2020, claiming 10 wickets at an economy rate of 5.26 and, along with Smriti Mandhana, was part of Western Storm’s title-winning 2019 campaign at the now-defunct Kia Super League.

England's Captain Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont ©Action Images/Paul Childs
England’s Captain Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont ©Action Images/Paul Childs

The pair come in as replacements for English duo Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont who were unavailable despite England’s tour of Pakistan being cancelled. Shafali Verma and Radha Yadav are also set to play in the WBBL with Shafali Verma’s father, Sanjeev Verma, confirming that she has signed with Sydney Sixers back in May.

Smriti Mandhana Excited To Learn From Another Opportunity To Play In The WBBL

Smriti Mandhana, 25, said she was excited to get another opportunity to play in the WBBL and relished the challenge of being the marquee overseas player.

“Playing in overseas leagues gives you a lot of experience, especially in the T20 format,” Mandhana said. “Then, of course, you exchange so much experience with each other . . . with all the players from over the world . . . so you get to learn a lot. Rather than ‘pressure’, I always look at it as an opportunity to learn, and to get used to that pressure because it only builds when you play international cricket.”

Deepti Sharma ANI
Deepti Sharma ANI

Deepti Sharma, 24, was thrilled to get her first chance to play in the WBBL.

“This is my first time [in the WBBL], so I’m excited,” Sharma said. “I’ve had offers before, but I couldn’t play at the time because at the time we had [an international] series. It’s a big thing for Indian women’s cricket that we have the opportunity to play in the WBBL. We have to express ourselves in the competition.”

Coach Trevor Griffin, who earlier worked with the pair at Storm, felt the Indian duo were the perfect replacements for the England pair of Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont.

“While it’s disappointing not to be able to have Heather back, if you could choose any replacement for her it would be Deepti – she’s also a star,” Griffin said. “She offers a lot with the bat – Deepti is a match-winner – and she also has the talent to bowl in the powerplay, during the middle of a match, or at the death.

“Smriti is an opening batter who has the tremendous ability to take everything in her stride. I like that she keeps her game really simple; she just wants to score runs. I’m delighted to have her on board, and I have no doubt that she’ll prove to be a great addition to Thunder.”

The WBBL begins on October 14, following India’s ongoing multi-format series against Australia, with the first 20 matches to be played in Tasmania. The finals of the WBBL 2021 will be set to play on 27th November of 2021. The WBBL 2021 features 59 matches in total which includes 56 group league matches, an Eliminator, a Challenger, and a final match.

Australia's James Faulkner (Eranga Jayawardena/AP)
Australia's James Faulkner (Eranga Jayawardena/AP)
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James Faulkner Left ‘Shattered’ By ‘Disrespectful’ Contract Offer

James Faulkner claims a disrespectful and “embarrassing” low-ball offer led to his messy departure from BBL club Hobart, adding coach Adam Griffith stuck a “knife straight into my back”.

James Faulkner was the toast of Australian cricket in 2015, earning man-of-the-match honours after helping Australia win the ODI World Cup final in front of 93,013 fans at the MCG. The allrounder hasn’t represented Australia since 2017 but, prior to his relationship with Adam Griffith sensationally breaking down, remained a high-profile player in the Big Bash.

James Faulkner
James Faulkner during the 2015 Cricket World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand in Melbourne on March 29, 2015. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)

James Faulkner Disappointed After Adam Griffith Said Hobart Hurricanes Performed Well Without Him

James Faulkner detailed his side of the story on Friday, admitting he was “shattered” to be snubbed after joining Hobart in 2018 with a view to finishing his career at home. The Tasmanian declared the Hurricanes’ contract saga left him “stranded” and unable to join another BBL team, forcing him to now look at rival T20 leagues.

“It is very disappointing,” Faulkner told SEN.

“They brought an initial offer to my manager … it was pretty embarrassing. Pretty hard to take. Pretty disrespectful for what I’ve given to Tasmanian cricket. I’ve put my heart and soul into it … it cut pretty deep. They actually called me in before I went to the Pakistan Super League to apologise, and it still never got sorted out. They just left me in the background really after promising me they’d sort it.”

The 31-year-old, interviewed by close friend Tim Paine on the Test skipper’s new radio program, was particularly scathing of Adam Griffith.

“I thought (he) was one of my mates as well as the head coach,” Faulkner said.

“(He said) the bowling group and the team have performed really well without me … we need to move on and that he didn’t really care. That’s like sticking a knife straight into my back. That’s not called for.”

Adam Griffith Image Credit: ICC
Adam Griffith Image Credit: ICC

Adam Griffith insisted last week the club was “very keen to keep James”.

“Jimmy’s had a lot of injuries and hasn’t spent a lot of time on the park but when he has, he’s been really good,” he told cricket.com.au.

James Faulkner fumed about Adam Griffith “using” injuries against him.

“People don’t really know the whole story but that cut me deep,” he said.

“Last season I had an eight-week hamstring.I tried to come back in three and a half weeks and put my body on the line, so we had a shot at making finals. Which I was happy to do. But for the coach to use that against me I felt was wrong. Because it ended up costing myself when it came to other tournaments … I had to start rehab again. It’s all OK for them to say they want me but when they offered what they did … it was pretty clear they didn’t.”

Former Hurricanes skipper Tim Paine was “amazed” the BBL club let James Faulkner go.

“I haven’t seen him as upset as he is,” Paine said.

James Faulkner represented Australia in 69 one-day internationals and 24 T20s, with his finest moment-winning player of the match in the 2015 ODI World Cup final as Australia claimed victory at the MCG.

James Faulkner Will Play In PSL

The Tasmanian all-rounder will continue playing in overseas T20 tournaments like the Pakistan Super League. He took 36 wickets in 25 games for the Hurricanes at an economy rate of 8.02 after signing a three-year deal ahead of BBL|18. Since signing for the Hurricanes on a three-year deal in 2018, James Faulkner has taken 36 wickets at 19.05 with an economy rate of 8.02.

A hamstring injury sidelined the left-arm pace all-rounder for most of the 2020/21 competition, where Hobart Hurricanes failed to qualify for the finals series – he featured in just 12 of the Hobart Hurricanes’ 29 games over the past two seasons due to injury.

James Faulkner. (Getty Images)
James Faulkner. (Getty Images)

For Tasmania, the three seasons from 2010-11 to 2012-13 saw James Faulkner play a crucial role, awarded the Ricky Ponting Medal as the state’s finest player three years running as the side claimed two Sheffield Shield titles.

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 43: Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes (THU vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Sydney Thunder (THU) will compete against Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) in the 43rd match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10) on Monday (18th January) evening at Manuka Oval (Canberra).

It will be their second meeting in this season. While they earlier met at Perth on 7th January 2021, Thunder won that match by 39 runs.

In the latest BBL 10 points table, Sydney Thunder are in the second position and Hobart Hurricanes are standing in the seventh position. While Thunder have already earned 23 points in 10 matches (6 wins and 4 loses), Hurricanes have managed 19 points in 10 games (5 wins and 5 loses).

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 43: Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes (THU vs HUR) – Complete Squads

Sydney Thunder: Callum Ferguson (C), Sam Billings, Jonathon Cook, Ben Cutting, Ollie Davies, Brendan Doggett, Matt Gilkes, Chris Green, Alex Hales, Baxter Holt, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Adam Milne, Arjun Nair, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb, Will Jacks, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, D’Arcy Short, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 43: Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes (THU vs HUR) – Latest Inclusion(s) And Exclusion(s)

Hobart Hurricanes

(Exclusion)

  • Colin Ingram is now unavailable for the selection.

(Inclusion)

  • Will Jacks replaced Colin Ingram.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 43: Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes (THU vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Sydney Thunder

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(Top run-scorers in the BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Alex Hales 10 (10) 323 71 0/2 3rd most run-scorer
Callum Ferguson 10 (10) 247 61* 0/3
Usman Khawaja 10 (10) 241 49 0/0
Daniel Sams 8 (6) 183 65* 0/2
Ben Cutting 10 (9) 174 31* 0/0
Sam Billings 6 (6) 137 83 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10

Players in both top run-scorers and top wicket-takers – bold and italic)

(Top wicket-takers in the BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Tanveer Sangha 10 (10) 16 4/14 1/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Chris Green 9 (9) 12 4/34 1/0
Nathan McAndrew 9 (9) 12 3/41 0/0
Daniel Sams 8 (7) 10 2/24 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10

Players in both top run-scorers and top wicket-takers – bold and italic)

Hobart Hurricanes

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(Top run-scorers in the BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Ben McDermott 8 (8) 301 91 0/2 5th most run-scorer
Colin Ingram (Unavailable) 10 (10) 258 55 0/1
Tim David 10 (10) 224 58 0/1
D’Arcy Short 10 (10) 195 72 0/2
Dawid Malan 6 (6) 175 75 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers in the BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Riley Meredith 9 (9) 12 3/21 0/0
Nathan Ellis 10 (10) 12 3/31 0/0
Scott Boland 10 (10) 10 3/22 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Daniel Sams, D’Arcy Short, Alex Hales

Vice-captain – Tanveer Sangha, Chris Green

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott

Batsmen – Tim David, Dawid Malan, Alex Hales (vc), Usman Khawaja

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short, Daniel Sams (C)

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Tanveer Sangha, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott

Batsmen – Tim David, Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Callum Ferguson

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short (C), Daniel Sams

Bowlers – Riley Meredith, Scott Boland, Tanveer Sangha (vc), Chris Green

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 31: Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder (HUR vs THU) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) and Sydney Thunder (THU) will face each other at Perth Stadium (Perth) on Thursday (7th January) afternoon during the 31st match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10).

Sydney Thunder have already earned 19 points in seven games (5 wins and 2 loses) in the ongoing BBL season. Meanwhile, Hobart Hurricanes have got 18 points in eight matches (5 wins and 3 loses). While Thunder are in the second position in the BBL 10 points table, Hobart Hurricanes are in the third spot in the same points table.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 31: Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder (HUR vs THU) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb, Colin Ingram, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, D’Arcy Short, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Sydney Thunder: Callum Ferguson (C), Sam Billings, Jonathan Cook, Ben Cutting, Ollie Davies, Brendan Doggett, Matt Gilkes, Chris Green, Alex Hales, Baxter Holt, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Adam Milne, Arjun Nair, Alex Ross, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 31: Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder (HUR vs THU) – Latest Inclusion(s) And Exclusion(s)

Hobart Hurricanes

(Exclusion)

  • Charlie Wakim has been excluded from the squad.

Sydney Thunder

(Exclusion)

  • All-rounder Daniel Sams will miss this upcoming match. While he got a blow on his helmet during the last game, the medical team doesn’t want to rush with him.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 31: Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder (HUR vs THU) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Hobart Hurricanes

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Ben McDermott 6 (6) 277 91 0/2 Most run-scorer
Colin Ingram 8 (8) 228 55 0/1 7th most run-scorer
Tim David 8 (8) 191 58 0/1
Dawid Malan 4 (4) 155 75 0/1
D’Arcy Short 8 (8) 122 72 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers in BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Riley Meredith 8 (8) 12 3/21 0/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Nathan Ellis 8 (8) 12 3/31 0/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Scott Boland 8 (8) 9 3/22 0/0
James Faulkner (Unavailable) 5 (5) 8 3/21 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Sydney Thunder

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Callum Ferguson 7 (7) 243 61* 0/3 Joint 5th most run-scorer
Alex Hales 7 (7) 243 71 0/1 Joint 5th most run-scorer
Usman Khawaja 7 (7) 164 48* 0/0
Daniel Sams (Unavailable) 7 (5) 133 65* 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10

Players in both top run-scorers and top wicket-takers – bold and italic)

(Top wicket-takers in BBL 10)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Tanveer Sangha 7 (7) 13 4/14 1/0 Joint 2nd most wicket-taker
Chris Green 7 (7) 10 4/34 1/0
Daniel Sams (Unavailable) 7 (6) 8 2/24 0/0
Nathan McAndrew 6 (6) 8 3/41 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10

Players in both top run-scorers and top wicket-takers – bold and italic)

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Ben McDermott, Alex Hales, Tanveer Sangha

Vice-captain – Callum Ferguson, Chris Green

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott (C)

Batsmen – Colin Ingram, Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Calum Ferguson

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short, Ben Cutting

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, Tanveer Sangha (vc), Chris Green

Hobart Hurricanes, Sydney Thunder, HUR vs THU, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott, Sam Billings

Batsmen – Tim David, Colin Ingram, Alex Hales (C), Callum Ferguson (vc)

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Green

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 27: Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes (STA vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

In the 27th match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Melbourne Stars (STA) will take on Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) at Bellerive Oval (Hobart).

They have already met once this season on last Saturday (2nd January) where Hurricanes won by 21 runs. At present, Hobart Hurricanes are in the third spot in the BBL 10 points table with 18 points in seven games (5 wins and 2 loses). On the other hand, Melbourne Stars are in the fifth position in the same points table with 11 points in six matches (2 wins, 3 loses and 1 no result).

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 27: Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes (STA vs HUR) – Complete Squads

Melbourne Stars: Glenn Maxwell (c), Hilton Cartwright, Ben Dunk, Sam Elliott, Andrew Fletcher, Seb Gotch, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Zahir Khan, Nick Larkin, Lance Morris, Nicholas Pooran, Sam Rainbird, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb, Colin Ingram, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 27: Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes (STA vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Stars

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(Top run-scorers)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank* (Top 10)
Glenn Maxwell 6 (5) 249 71* 0/2 2nd most run-scorer
Marcus Stoinis 5 (5) 99 61 0/1
Hilton Cartwright 6 (5) 87 46* 0/0
Nicholas Pooran 4 (3) 85 65 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Liam Hatcher 5 (5) 9 3/28 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Billy Stanlake 6 (6) 8 3/25 0/0
Adam Zampa 4 (4) 7 3/49 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Hobart Hurricanes

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(Top run-scorers)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score 100s/50s Rank* (Top 10)
Colin Ingram 7 (7) 211 55 0/1 4th most run-scorer
Tim David 7 (7) 189 58 0/1 10th most run-scorer
Ben McDermott 5 (5) 186 89* 0/1
Dawid Malan 3 (3) 129 75 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Riley Meredith 7 (7) 10 3/21 0/0 Joint 4th most wicket-taker
Nathan Ellis 7 (7) 9 3/22 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Scott Boland 7 (7) 9 2/11 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott

Vice-captain – Colin Ingram, Hilton Cartwright

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Nicholas Pooran

Batsmen – Tim David, Dawid Malan, Colin Ingram (vc), Hilton Cartwright

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short, Glenn Maxwell (C)

Bowlers – Riley Meredith, Scott Boland, Billy Stanlake, Adam Zampa

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) –Ben McDermott (C)

Batsmen – Tim David, Dawid Malan, Colin Ingram, Hilton Cartwright (vc)

All-rounder(s) – Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, Scott Boland, Liam Hatcher

 

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 23: Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars (HUR vs STA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

On early Saturday (2nd January) evening, Hobart Hurricanes will play against Melbourne Stars at Bellerive Oval (Hobart) in the 23rd match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10).

In the latest BBL 10 points table, Hobart Hurricanes are in the third position with 15 points in 6 games. Meanwhile, Melbourne Stars are in the fifth spot with 10 points in 5 matches.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 23: Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars (HUR vs STA) – Complete Squads

Hobart Hurricanes – Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb, Colin Ingram, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Melbourne Stars – Glenn Maxwell (C), Hilton Cartwright, Ben Dunk, Sam Elliott, Andre Fletcher, Seb Gotch, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Zahir Khan, Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Lance Morris, Nicholas Pooran, Sam Rainbird, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 23: Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars (HUR vs STA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Hobart Hurricanes

Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Stars, HUR vs STA, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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(Top run-scorers)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score Average 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Colin Ingram 6 (6) 185 30.83 126.71 0/1 Joint 4th most run-scorer
Tim David 6 (6) 181 45.25 163.06 0/1 6th most run-scorer
Ben McDermott 4 (4) 155 51.66 140.90 0/1
D’Arcy Short 6 (6) 102 17.00 130.76 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures Average 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Riley Meredith 6 (6) 10 3/21 16.50 0/0 Joint 2nd most wicket-taker
James Faulkner (Unavailable) 5 (5) 8 3/21 16.50 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Nathan Ellis 6 (6) 7 2/36 28.28 0/0
Scott Boland 6 (6) 6 2/18 26.50 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Melbourne Stars

Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Stars, HUR vs STA, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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(Top run-scorers)

Player Matches (Innings) Runs Highest Score Average 100s/50s Rank*

(Top 10)

Glenn Maxwell 5 (4) 179 71* 59.66 0/1 7th most run-scorer
Marcus Stoinis 4 (4) 92 61 23.00 0/1
Hilton Cartwright 5 (4) 79 46* 26.33 0/0
Nicholas Pooran 3 (2) 71 65 35.50 0/1

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

(Top wicket-takers)

Player Matches (Innings) Wickets Best Bowling figures Average 4wk/5wk Rank* (Top 10)
Liam Hatcher 4 (4) 9 3/28 14.33 0/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Adam Zampa (Unavailable) 4 (4) 7 3/49 18.57 0/0
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Unavailable) 3 (3) 6 4/10 7.83 1/0
Billy Stanlake 5 (5) 5 2/19 27.20 0/0

(Special Note(s): Rank* – Top 10 performers in the BBL10)

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Glenn Maxwell, D’Arcy Short

Vice-captain – Marcus Stoinis, Riley Meredith

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott, Nicholas Pooran

Batsmen – Tim David, Dawid Malan, Colin Ingram

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short, Glenn Maxwell (C)

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith (vc), Liam Hatcher, Billy Stanlake

Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Stars, HUR vs STA, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott

Batsmen – Tim David, Colin Ingram, Hilton Cartwright

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short (C), Marcus Stoinis (vc), Glenn Maxwell

Bowlers – Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, Scott Boland, Liam Hatcher

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 20: Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat (HUR vs HEA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

On Wednesday (30th December) night, Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) and Brisbane Heat (HEA) will compete at Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) in the 20th game of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10).

At present, in the BBL 10 points table, Hobart Hurricanes are in the 4th position with 11 points in five matches (3 wins and 2 loses). On the other hand, Brisbane Heat have 5 points in four games (1 win and 3 loses) and currently they are in the 6th position in the same points table.

It will be their second meeting this season. They just met on last Sunday (27th December) at Brisbane during the 16th match of this tournament. In that game, Heat claimed their 3rd successive victory against Hurricanes by winning that match by 4 wickets. It was also Heat’s first victory this season.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 20: Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat (HUR vs HEA) – Complete Squads

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Peter Handscomb, Colin Ingram, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, Keemo Paul, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Brisbane Heat: Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Tom Cooper, Joe Denly, Lewis Gregory, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Jimmy Peirson (C), Lachy Pfeffer, Simon Milenko, Jack Sinfield, Mark Steketee, Connor Sully, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jack Wildermuth, Jack Wood

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 20: Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat (HUR vs HEA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Hobart Hurricanes

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Injured James Faulkner is unavailable, who has got 8 wickets this season. Meanwhile, Riley Meredith and Nathan Ellis have taken 7 and 6 wickets respectively.

Meanwhile, among their batsmen, Colin Ingram (161 runs in 5 innings), Ben McDermott (151 runs in 3 innings), Tim David (145 runs in 5 innings) and D’Arcy Short (102 runs in 5 innings) have hit one half-century each this season.

Brisbane Heat

Hobart Hurricanes, Brisbane Heat, Fantasy Cricket, HUR vs HEA, BBL 10
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Apart from stand-in captain Jimmy Peirson (104 runs in 4 innings), only the injured regular captain Chris Lynn (89 runs in 2 innings) has hit one half-century for this team this season. However, Lynn is currently unavailable for selection. Sam Heazlett (82 runs in 4 innings) is the only other name for this team who has registered one 40+ score in this tournament.

Among their bowlers, Jack Wildermuth and Mark Steketee have scalped 5 wickets each this season. While Xavier Bartlett has bagged 4 wickets, Lewis Gregory just made his BBL debut with the Player of the Match bowling figures 3/22.

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – D’Arcy Short, Jack Wildermuth, Ben McDermott

Vice-captain – Riley Meredith, Tim David

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Jimmy Peirson, Ben McDermott

Batsmen – Max Bryant, Tim David, Colin Ingram

All-rounder(s) – Jack Wildermuth (vc), Lewis Gregory, D’Arcy Short (C)

Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Ben McDermott (C)

Batsmen – Tom Cooper, Tim David, Dawid Malan, Colin Ingram

All-rounder(s) – Jack Wildermuth, Lewis Gregory, D’Arcy Short

Bowlers – Xavier Bartlett, Riley Meredith (vc), Scott Boland

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 16: Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes (HEA vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

On Sunday (27th December) evening, Brisbane Heat (HEA) will host Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) at Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane). It will be the 16th match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10).

Hobart Hurricanes are currently in the 3rd position in the BBL 10 points table with 11 points in four matches. On the other hand, Brisbane Heat have earned only 1 point as they have suffered defeats in all the three matches in this tournament and now they are standing in the 8th or last position in the same BBL 10 points table.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 16: Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes (HEA vs HUR) – Complete Squads

Brisbane Heat: Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Tom Cooper, Lewis Gregory, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Dan Lawrence, Ben Laughlin, Jimmy Peirson (C), Lachy Pfeffer, Simon Milenko, Mark Steketee, Connor Sully, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jack Wildermuth, Jack Wood

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb (C), Colin Ingram, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, Keemo Paul, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 16: Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes (HEA vs HUR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Brisbane Heat

Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, HEA vs HUR, Fantasy, BBL 10
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Captain Chris Lynn will be unavailable for at least next six matches due to the hamstring injury. While he scored one half-century in his last game in the ongoing tournament, surely Brisbane Heat will miss him massively.

Jimmy Peirson is now the stand-in captain of this team, who is the only other batsman of this side to score a fifty in this tournament.

The only other one 30+ scorer for this team in this season, Jack Wildermuth (31 & 1) is also team’s joint leading wicket-taker (4 wickets) in the early moment of this tournament. Xavier Bartlett has also bagged 4 wickets in this BBL 10.

Hobart Hurricanes

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Colin Ingram (145 runs in 4 innings), Ben McDermott (135 runs in 2 innings), Tim David (124 runs in 4 innings) and D’Arcy Short (75 runs in 4 innings) all have scored one half-century each in the ongoing BBL 10. In his only two inning of this season, McDermott scored 46 and 89* respectively. Meanwhile, Proteas cricketer Ingram has scored 55, 25, 46 and 14 runs respectively in this tournament.

Moreover, English cricketer and the no.1-ranked T20I batsman Dawid Malan has recently joined the squad. His presence is going to make the batting line-up stronger and more attractive.

On the other hand, James Faulkner is currently the joint leading wicket-taker in this tournament with 8 wickets in 4 matches. Also, while both Nathan Ellis and Riley Meredith have collected 5 wickets each, Scott Boland has got 4 wickets.

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – James Faulkner, Ben McDermott

Vice-captain – Colin Ingram, Jack Wildermuth

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Jimmy Peirson

Batsmen – Tom Cooper, Tim David, Dawid Malan, Ben McDermott, Colin Ingram (vc)

All-rounder(s) – James Faulkner (C)

Bowlers – Xavier Bartlett, Jack Wildermuth, Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Peter Handscomb

Batsmen – Tim David, Ben McDermott (C), Colin Ingram

All-rounder(s) – D’Arcy Short, James Faulkner

Bowlers – Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Xavier Bartlett, Jack Wildermuth (vc), Mark Steketee, Scott Boland

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10): Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers (HUR vs SIX) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

The 10th season of the Big Bash League (BBL) will begin on Thursday (10th December) evening, when the hosts Hobart Hurricanes (HUR) will face the defending champions Sydney Sixes (SIX) at Bellerive Oval (Hobart).

Both teams are desperate to begin their new season with a victory. While the two-time BBL winners Sydney Sixers won the BBL 09 trophy after beating Melbourne Stars by 19 runs in the final, two-time BBL runners-up Hobart Hurricanes were eliminated in the BBL 09 from the Eliminator, where Sydney Thunder beat them by 57 runs.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10): Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers (HUR vs SIX) – Complete Squads

Hobart Hurricanes: Scott Boland, Johan Botha, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb (C), Colin Ingram, Caleb Jewell, Will Jacks, Riley Meredith, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

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Sydney Sixers: Justin Avendano, Nick Bertus, Carlos Brathwaite, Daniel Christian, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Daniel Hughes (C), Ben Manenti, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Tom Rogers, Gurinder Sandhu, Jordan Silk, James Vince

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10): Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers (HUR vs SIX) – Predicted XIs

Hobart Hurricanes: D’Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Colin Ingram, Peter Handscomb (C & wk), Will Jacks, Macalister Wright, Riley Meredith, Johan Botha, James Faulkner, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland.

Sydney Sixers: Josh Philippe (wk), James Vince, Daniel Hughes (C), Jordan Silk, Jack Edwards, Carlos Brathwaite, Daniel Christian, Ben Dwarshius, Stephen O’Keefe, Gurinder Sandhu, Lloyd Pope.

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10): Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers (HUR vs SIX) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – D’Arcy Short, Josh Philippe

Vice-captain – James Faulkner, James Vince

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket:

Wicket-keeper(s) – Josh Philippe (vc), Peter Handscomb

Batsmen – Daniel Hughes, James Vince, Colin Ingram

All-Rounder(s) – Daniel Christian, D’Arcy Short (C), James Faulkner

Bowlers – Sean Abbott, Stephen O’Keefe, Scott Boland

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Johan Botha
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BBL 2020: Johan Botha Set To Play For Hobart Hurricanes; Comes Out Of Retirement

Former South African spinner Johan Botha has made a U-turn from his retirement to play in the Big Bash Leauge (BBL) 2020 for Hobart Hurricanes for which he had played in the eighth season.

The 38-year-old Botha retired from international cricket in 2019 after representing South Africa in 5 Tests, 78 ODIs and 40 T20Is for the Proteas in which he scalped 17, 72 and 37 wickets respectively. He is currently the assistant coach of the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League T20 competition.

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But he has come back from his retirement because he feels that he is still fit to play the game.

“It was a choice between ‘Do I further my coaching career, or do I miss the first couple of games of the Pakistan Super League?'” Johan Botha said.

“I figured I’m as fit as I’ve ever been, and I feel I can still make a contribution to the team,” he continued. “I’ve missed playing but I didn’t really want to put it out there and say ‘can you pick me’ in case it didn’t work out, so we kept it quiet from when we first chatted about it at the Shield hub in Adelaide, and it slowly built up from there.”

Johan Botha available from the game one for Hurrican:

Johan Botha
Johan Botha. Image Credit: Twitter.

Botha is no stranger to the BBL, having previously played three seasons with the Adelaide Strikers from 2012 to 2014, before joining the Sydney Sixers from 2015 to 2018, and then the Hobart Hurricanes for BBL 8.

His Australian citizenship in 2016 and is on the coaching roster for Tasmania, will qualify as a local player and be available for the first game.

Meanwhile, the Hurricanes will start their BBL 10 campaign when they face reigning Champions, the Sydney Sixers, at Blundstone Arena on Thursday.

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