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Melbourne Renegades

Melbourne Renegades are one of the teams in Australia's premier T20 competition - the Big Bash League (BBL). The franchise represents Melbourne in the league.

The Renegades play their home matches at Marvel Stadium, in Melbourne's Docklands precinct, whilst also using Geelong's GMHBA Stadium for home matches. Currently, they are led by Australia opener Aaron Finch and coached by Andrew McDonald.

History:

2011–2012 season:

Victorian allrounder Andrew McDonald led the Renegades in the inaugural season while Victorian Bushrangers one-day coach Simon Helmot coached the team. In their first season, the Renegade signed local state players such as Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Brad Hodge and Dirk Nannes, along with Pakistani imports Shahid Afridi and Abdul Razzaq. The Renegades struggled in their first season, only winning two games against the Sydney Thunder and the Sydney Sixers irrespectively. Aaron Finch top-scored for the side, scoring 259 runs while Shahid Afridi finished with most wickets, picking up ten wickets.

2012-13 season:

After a disastrous inaugural season, the Renegades took some bold calls before the second edition. They released several high-profile names including the previous seasons captain, Andrew McDonald. They then went on to rope in players like Ben Rohrer and Peter Nevill and cricket legend Muttiah Muralitharan. The results soon followed as Renegades enjoyed their most successful season to date, finishing on top of the ladder, only losing to the Perth Scorchers in the regular season. Aaron Finch also became the first Renegades player to score a century after scoring 111 from 65 balls against the Melbourne Stars. Their season ended with the 15-run defeat to eventual winners Brisbane Heat in the semifinal.

2013-14 season:

Buoyed by the impressive season in the last edition, the Renegades retained the majority of their squad. In addition, they also signed Australia speedsters Peter Siddle and James Pattinson to bolster the squad. However, they failed to replicate the performances of the previous seasons. They only won 3 games, and in the process finished 6th and missing the finals.

2014-15 season:

Just like the previous season, the Renegades entered yet another season by signing some high-profile names. The Melbourne-based outfit secured the services of Matthew Wade and Callum Ferguson. But they again came up with a poor performance and  failed to qualify for the finals yet again, finishing 6th. They never got the momentum during the season and managed to win just 3 games out of eight. The poor run from the previous season resulted in the coach Simon Helmot being sacked.

2015-16 season:

Ahead of the 2015-16 season, Renegades hired David Saker as their head coach. They also brought in experienced players like Cameron White, Xavier Doherty and Chris Gayle to strengthen their squad. However, it paid little dividends. The Renegades finished better than the previous seasons but still failed to qualify for the finals. They started the season with a win over Brisbane Heat but lost the next three games.  In the remaining four games, they won two to end at fifth position.

2016-17 season:

Former skipper Andrew McDonald replaced David Saker as head coach but the team's fortunes did not improve.  They started the season on a good note, winning two of the first three games. However, defeats in the next three games all but ended their hopes of making it to the final. Eventually, they managed to win just 4 games and ended at fifth position.

2017-18 season:

Finally after four seasons of disappointment, the Renegades made it to the finals in 2017-18 season. They began the season on a strong note,  winning four of their first five games. They, however, managed to win just 2 of the remaining five but managed to enter the semifinal as the third-best team in the league. But their journey ended in the semifinal with a heartbreaking 1-run loss to eventual winners Adelaide Strikers.

Here are some other details about the team:

Most runs:

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave
AJ Finch 2011-2018 46 46 4 1669 111* 39.73
TLW Cooper 2012-2018 46 38 8 789 65* 26.3
CL White 2015-2018 24 24 6 766 79* 42.55
MS Harris 2016-2018 18 18 0 544 85 30.22
BJ Rohrer 2012-2015 23 22 6 498 57 31.12
DJ Bravo 2014-2018 27 23 7 471 59* 29.43
CJ Ferguson 2014-2017 16 15 2 348 40 26.76
CH Gayle 2015-2016 8 8 0 260 56 32.5
BJ Hodge 2011-2018 12 10 4 258 72* 43
MS Wade 2014-2016 13 13 1 245 71 20.41
TM Beaton 2015-2016 12 11 5 194 41* 32.33
PM Nevill 2012-2017 27 20 6 186 25 13.28
AB McDonald 2011-2012 7 7 2 164 60* 32.8
AJ Doolan 2013-2015 10 10 0 133 30 13.3
JC Buttler 2013-2014 5 5 0 130 61 26
BA Stokes 2015-2015 4 4 0 128 77 32
GJ Maxwell 2011-2012 6 6 0 128 46 21.33
MW Hill 2013-2014 7 6 0 123 40 20.5
MW Short 2014-2018 6 5 1 113 62 28.25
DJ Harris 2012-2014 9 9 0 113 31 12.55
AD Hales 2013-2013 2 2 0 109 89 54.5
NJ Rimmington 2012-2017 35 12 4 90 26 11.25
Mohammad Nabi 2017-2018 7 3 0 88 52 29.33
AD Russell 2014-2015 4 4 2 86 43 43
MN Samuels 2012-2013 6 6 1 73 21 14.6
Shahid Afridi 2011-2012 7 4 1 69 26 23
KA Pollard 2018-2018 4 4 1 67 29* 22.33
WD Sheridan 2011-2013 13 9 4 67 15* 13.4
TP Ludeman 2017-2018 11 5 1 61 28 15.25
SP Narine 2016-2017 8 7 2 52 21 10.4
NJ Reardon 2011-2012 7 6 2 50 22* 12.5
JD Wildermuth 2017-2018 11 4 0 45 23 11.25
Abdul Razzaq 2011-2012 6 4 1 42 27* 14
NLTC Perera 2017-2017 4 4 1 40 28* 13.33
AW O'Brien 2012-2014 17 7 6 40 14* 40
Shakib Al Hasan 2015-2015 4 4 0 39 22 9.75
BJ Webster 2018-2018 4 3 2 35 18* 35
CP Tremain 2015-2018 17 6 4 30 27* 15
CJ Gannon 2015-2016 6 3 2 26 23 26
GA Manou 2011-2012 7 3 2 24 18* 24
KW Richardson 2017-2018 10 2 2 21 12* -
JL Pattinson 2013-2017 14 6 0 21 13 3.5
F du Plessis 2012-2012 1 1 0 14 14 14
MJ Buchanan 2011-2011 1 1 0 11 11 11
GB Hogg 2016-2018 16 4 4 11 9* -
BR McDermott 2016-2016 2 2 1 9 7 9
DJ Pattinson 2012-2013 9 2 0 8 5 4
PM Siddle 2014-2015 7 2 1 7 5 7
TL Lawford 2017-2017 2 2 1 6 4* 6

Most wickets:

Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Econ
NJ Rimmington 2012-2017 35 35 108 1 879 34 1/7
DJ Bravo 2014-2018 27 27 100.4 0 813 33 1/7
M Muralitharan 2012-2014 16 16 61 0 348 19 1/4
JL Pattinson 2013-2017 14 14 49.2 2 454 19 1/8
AW O'Brien 2012-2014 17 17 57 0 423 16 1/6
GB Hogg 2016-2018 16 16 60 0 462 15 1/6
CP Tremain 2015-2018 17 17 65 1 516 15 1/6
SP Narine 2016-2017 8 8 32 0 250 13 1/6
KW Richardson 2017-2018 10 10 39 1 314 12 1/7
WD Sheridan 2011-2013 13 11 32 0 270 11 1/7
Shahid Afridi 2011-2012 7 7 27.5 0 208 10 1/6
JD Wildermuth 2017-2018 11 11 38 0 311 10 1/7
DJ Pattinson 2012-2013 9 9 28 0 215 9 7.67
NLTC Perera 2017-2017 4 4 15 0 137 8 1/8
MN Samuels 2012-2013 6 6 22 0 145 8 1/5
Mohammad Nabi 2017-2018 7 7 25.5 0 149 8 1/4
TLW Cooper 2012-2018 46 19 32 0 231 8 1/6
Shakib Al Hasan 2015-2015 4 4 16 0 97 7 1/5
SM Harwood 2011-2012 5 5 17 0 140 7 1/7
DP Nannes 2011-2012 6 6 23 1 173 6 7.52
XJ Doherty 2015-2017 8 8 28 0 251 6 1/7
NP Winter 2014-2015 3 3 8.2 0 58 5 1/5
PM Siddle 2014-2015 7 7 24 0 176 5 7.33
AJ Finch 2011-2018 46 15 22.4 0 198 5 1/7
Fawad Ahmed 2013-2015 9 9 33 1 224 5 1/5
KA Pollard 2018-2018 4 4 7 0 70 4 1/9
AD Russell 2014-2015 4 4 11.5 0 94 4 1/6
SW Tait 2011-2012 5 5 16 0 164 4 10.25
CJ Gannon 2015-2016 6 6 22.1 1 183 4 8.25
BA Stokes 2015-2015 4 4 5 0 61 3 1/11
AK Heal 2011-2012 4 3 12 0 86 3 7.16
AL Fekete 2013-2014 4 4 12 0 111 3 1/8
CAH Stevenson 2015-2017 3 3 7 0 69 2 1/8
Abdul Razzaq 2011-2012 6 5 12.2 0 123 2 1/8
JM Mennie 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 21 1 1/4
BG McDonald 2012-2012 1 1 3 0 28 1 1/8
MW Short 2014-2018 6 3 6 0 40 1 1/5
JM Holland 2018-2018 4 3 6 0 55 1 1/8
TL Lawford 2017-2017 2 2 6 0 62 1 1/9
AB McDonald 2011-2012 7 6 9 0 90 1 1/9
GJ Maxwell 2011-2012 6 6 13 0 95 1 1/6
MG Gale 2014-2014 4 4 12 0 103 1 1/7
CH Gayle 2015-2016 8 2 2 0 20 0 10
DJ Harris 2012-2014 9 2 2 0 20 0 10
BJ Hodge 2011-2018 12 1 2 0 26 0 13
NM Hauritz 2015-2015 1 1 2 0 29 0 14.5
GL Walker 2015-2015 1 1 3 0 47 0 15.66
JM Herrick 2012-2013 2 2 7.3 0 60 0 8

Most dismissals as wicketkeeper:

Player Span Mat Inns Dismissals Catches Stumping
PM Nevill 2012-2017 27 27 12 8 4
TP Ludeman 2017-2018 11 11 11 8 3
MS Wade 2014-2016 13 13 9 8 1
GA Manou 2011-2012 7 7 7 5 2
AG Harriott 2017-2017 1 1 2 2 0

Current squad:

Cameron Boyce
Dan Christian
Tom Cooper
Zak Evans
Aaron Finch
Harry Gurney (late overseas replacement for Usman Khan Shinwari)
Marcus Harris
Mackenzie Harvey
Jon Holland
Tim Ludeman
Joe Mennie
Mohammad Nabi (OS)
Kane Richardson
Usman Khan Shinwari (OS)
Will Sutherland
Christopher Tremain
Beau Webster
Cameron White
Jack Wildermuth

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

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 49: Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat (REN vs HEA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Renegades and Brisbane Heat will face each other at Docklands Stadium (Melbourne) on Saturday (23rd January) afternoon during the 49th match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10). It will be their second meeting in this season while Heat won their first meeting by 5 wickets.

At present, Brisbane Heat are in the seventh position in the BBL 10 points table with 21 points in 12 matches. In the meantime, Melbourne Renegades are in the last position in the same points table with 13 points in 12 matches.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 49: Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat (REN vs HEA) – Complete Squads

Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (C), Brody Couch, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Peter Hatzoglou, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Shaun Marsh, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Brayden Stepien, Will Sutherland, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

Brisbane Heat: Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Joe Burns, Max Bryant, Tom Cooper, Joe Denly, Lewis Gregory, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Ben Laughlin, Chris Lynn (C), Morne Morkel, Lachy Pfeffer, Jimmy Peirson, Mark Steketee, Mitch Swepson, Jack Wildermuth

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 49: Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat (REN vs HEA) – Latest Inclusion(s) And Exclusion(s)

Melbourne Renegades

(Inclusion)

  • Marcus Harris returned to the squad after completing his Test duties.
  • Brody Couch, who earlier joined Renegades as the replacement of Marcus Harris, is now staying in this side as the replacement of Mohammad Nabi

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 49: Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat (REN vs HEA) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Renegades

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

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

(Top 10)

Sam Harper 12 (12) 275 66* 0/2
Shaun Marsh 10 (10) 272 87 0/3
Aaron Finch 11 (11) 169 39 0/0
Mackenzie Harvey 8 (7) 153 47* 0/0

(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)
Peter Hatzoglou 11 (10) 15 3/43 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Kane Richardson 11 (11) 15 3/22 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Imad Wasim 8 (8) 8 2/13 0/0
Josh Lalor 6 (6) 6 3/30 0/0

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

Brisbane Heat

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

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

(Top 10)

Chris Lynn 8 (8) 317 69 0/3 7th most run-scorer
Max Bryant 12 (12) 273 40 0/0
Jimmy Peirson 12 (11) 193 69* 0/1
Joe Denly 7 (7) 148 50 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)
Mark Steketee 11 (11) 19 4/33 1/0 4th most wicket-taker
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Unavailable) 8 (8) 14 5/15 0/1
Jack Wildermuth 11 (11) 13 3/23 0/0
Xavier Bartlett 11 (11) 10 3/24 0/0

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

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Chris Lynn, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Wildermuth

Vice-captain – Mark Steketee, Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Jimmy Peirson, Sam Harper

Batsmen – Max Bryant, Chris Lynn (C), Shaun Marsh

All-rounder(s) – Jack Wildermuth, Lewis Gregory

Bowlers – Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee (vc), Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Harper

Batsmen – Max Bryant, Marnus Labuschagne (C), Chris Lynn, Aaron Finch

All-rounder(s) – Jack Wildermuth (vc), Jack Prestwidge, Imad Wasim

Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 42: Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades (STA vs REN) – Complete Squads

On Sunday (17th January), Melbourne Stars (STA) will face Melbourne Renegades (REN) at Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne) during the 42nd match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10).

It will be their first meeting in this BBL season. Melbourne Stars are currently in the fourth position in the BBL 10 points table with 20 points in 10 matches (4 wins, 5 loses and 1 no result). In the meantime, Melbourne Renegades are in the last position with only 9 points in 10 games (2 wins and 8 loses).

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 42: Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades (STA vs REN) – Complete Squads

Melbourne Stars: Glenn Maxwell (C), Hilton Cartwright, Sam Elliott, Andre Fletcher, Seb Gotch, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Zahir Khan, Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Ed Newman, Tom O’Connell, Sam Rainbird, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa

Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (C), Noor Ahmad, Brody Couch, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Peter Hatzoglou, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Shaun Marsh, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Brayden Stepien, Will Sutherland, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 42: Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades (STA vs REN) – Latest Inclusion(s) And Exclusion(s)

Melbourne Stars

(Exclusion)

Haris Rauf returned Pakistan to serve for the national team.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 42: Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades (STA vs REN) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Stars

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

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

(Top 10)

Glenn Maxwell 10 (9) 292 71* 0/2 4th most run-scorer
Marcus Stoinis 9 (9) 290 97* 0/2 5th most run-scorer
Andre Fletcher 10 (10) 188 89* 0/1  
Hilton Cartwright 10 (9) 162 46* 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)
Adam Zampa 8 (8) 17 5/17 0/1 Joint 3rd most wicket-taker
Liam Hatcher 7 (7) 10 3/28 0/0
Billy Stanlake 9 (9) 10 3/25 0/0
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Unavailable) 3 (3) 6 4/10 1/0
Glenn Maxwell 10 (10) 6 2/12 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)

Melbourne Renegades

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(Top run-scorers in BBL 10)

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

(Top 10)

Shaun Marsh 8 (8) 247 87 0/3
Sam Harper 10 (10) 173 66* 0/1
Aaron Finch 9 (9) 159 39 0/0

(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)
Kane Richardson 10 (10) 13 3/22 0/0 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Peter Hatzoglou 9 (8) 12 3/43 0/0
Imad Wasim 6 (6) 7 2/13 0/0

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

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa

Vice-captain – Kane Richardson, Billy Stanlake

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Harper

Batsmen – Shaun Marsh, Hilton Cartwright, Andre Fletcher

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

Bowlers – Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson, Billy Stanlake, Adam Zampa (vc)

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Harper

Batsmen – Jake Fraser-McGurk, Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Hilton Cartwright

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

Bowlers – Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson (vc), Liam Hatcher, Adam Zampa

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 33: Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades (STR vs REN) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

In the 31st match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Adelaide Strikers (STR) will take on Melbourne Renegades (REN) at Adelaide Oval (Adelaide) on Friday (8th January) evening.

Adelaide Strikers are currently in the fourth position in the BBL 10 points table with 17 points. They have won 4 matches and lost 4 games out of their 8 matches. Meanwhile, Melbourne Renegades have suffered seven consecutive defeats after winning their tournament opener as they are currently in the eighth or last position with only 5 points in 8 games.

The upcoming match will be their second meeting this season. They first time met this season on last Tuesday (5th January) at this same venue where Strikers won by 60 runs.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 33: Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades (STR vs REN) – Complete Squads

Adelaide Strikers: Alex Carey (C), Wes Agar, Danny Briggs, Harry Conway, Ryan Gibson, Harry Nielsen, Liam O’Connor, Spencer Johnson, Rashid Khan, Matt Renshaw, Phil Salt, Liam Scott, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jon Wells, Daniel Worrall

Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (C), Noor Ahmad, Brody Couch, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Peter Hatzoglou, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Mohammad Nabi, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 33: Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades (STR vs REN) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Adelaide Strikers

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(Top run-scorers)

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

(Top 10)

Alex Carey 6 (6) 216 82 0/2 9th most run-scorer
Jake Weatherald 8 (8) 206 68* 0/2
Jon Wells 8 (8) 152 66 0/1
Matt Renshaw 8 (8) 136 35 0/0
Phil Salt 8 (8) 131 51 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)
Wes Agar 8 (8) 14 3/23 0/0 3rd most wicket-taker
Peter Siddle 8 (8) 13 5/16 0/1 Joint 4th most wicket-taker
Rashid Khan 8 (8) 12 3/18 0/0 Joint 6th most wicket-taker

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

Melbourne Renegades

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(Top run-scorers)

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

(Top 10)

Shaun Marsh (Unavailable) 7 (7) 247 87 0/3 5th most run-scorer
Sam Harper 8 (8) 140 66* 0/1
Aaron Finch 7 (7) 132 39 0/0
Rilee Rossouw (Unavailable) 7 (7) 105 59 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)
Kane Richardson 8 (8) 11 3/22 0/0
Peter Hatzoglou 7 (6) 7 2/29 0/0
Imad Wasim 4 (4) 5 2/13 0/0

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

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Alex Carey, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar

Vice-captain – Kane Richardson, Aaron Finch

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Alex Carey (C)

Batsmen – Jon Wells, Jake Weatherald, Aaron Finch

All-rounder(s) – Jack Prestwidge, Imad Wasim

Bowlers – Daniel Worrall, Wes Agar (vc), Peter Siddle, Rashid Khan, Kane Richardson

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Alex Carey, Sam Harper

Batsmen – Jake Weatherald, Mackenzie Harvey, Aaron Finch

All-rounder(s) – Imad Wasim, Mohammad Nabi

Bowlers – Wes Agar, Peter Siddle, Rashid Khan (C), Kane Richardson (vc)

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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 29: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers (REN vs STR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

In the 29th match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10), Melbourne Renegades will face Adelaide Strikers at Adelaide Oval (Adelaide) on Tuesday night. Both teams will play their eighth match of this tournament.

At present, Adelaide Strikers are in the fifth position in the BBL 10 points table with 13 points in seven matches (3 wins and 4 loses). Meanwhile, Melbourne Renegades are in the eighth or final spot in the same points table with only 5 points (1 win and 6 loses).

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 29: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers (REN vs STR) – Complete Squads

Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (C), Noor Ahmad, Brody Couch, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Peter Hatzoglou, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Mohammad Nabi, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

Adelaide Strikers: Alex Carey (C), Wes Agar, Danny Briggs, Harry Conway, Ryan Gibson, Harry Nielsen, Liam O’Connor, Spencer Johnson, Rashid Khan, Matt Renshaw, Phil Salt, Liam Scott, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jon Wells, Daniel Worrall

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 29: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers (REN vs STR) – Latest Inclusion(s) And Exclusion(s)

Melbourne Renegades

(Inclusion)

  • Imad Wasim has returned to the squad. He missed the last game due to border restrictions.

(Exclusions)

  • Shaun Marsh stayed in Perth to attend in the birth of his third child.
  • Rilee Rossouw is missing the squad due to hamstring injury.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 29: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers (REN vs STR) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Renegades

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(Top run-scorers)

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

(Top 10)

Shaun Marsh (Unavailable) 7 (7) 247 87 0/3 4th most run-scorer
Aaron Finch 6 (6) 132 39 0/0
Sam Harper 7 (7) 109 66* 0/1
Rilee Rossouw (Unavailable) 7 (7) 105 59 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)
Kane Richardson 7 (7) 9 3/22 0/0
Peter Hatzoglou 7 (6) 7 2/29 0/0
Josh Lalor 4 (4) 5 3/30 0/0

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

Adelaide Strikers

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(Top run-scorers)

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

(Top 10)

Alex Carey 5 (5) 192 82 0/2
Jake Weatherald 7 (7) 155 68* 0/1
Jon Wells 7 (7) 150 66 0/1
Phil Salt 7 (7) 123 51 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)
Rashid Khan 7 (7) 11 3/18 0/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Wes Agar 7 (7) 11 2/16 0/0 Joint 5th most wicket-taker
Peter Siddle 7 (7) 10 5/16 0/1 Joint 9th most wicket-taker
Daniel Worrall 7 (7) 7 2/12 0/0

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

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Alex Carey, Wes Agar, Rashid Khan

Vice-captain – Mohammad Nabi, Peter Siddle

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Alex Carey (C)

Batsmen – Jon Wells, Jake Weatherald, Aaron Finch

All-rounder(s) – Imad Wasim, Mohammad Nabi

Bowlers – Wes Agar, Peter Siddle, Rashid Khan (vc), Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers, REN vs STR, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Harper

Batsmen – Phil Salt, Jake Weatherald, Aaron Finch

All-rounder(s) – Jack Prestwidge, Mohammad Nabi (vc)

Bowlers – Danny Briggs, Wes Agar (C), Peter Siddle, Rashid Khan, Kane Richardson

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Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunder
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Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 22: Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder (REN vs THU) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Melbourne Renegades (REN) and Sydney Thunder (THU) will face each other on the New Year evening at Carrara Oval (Metricon Stadium). It will be the 22nd match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10).

Both teams will play their sixth game of this season. While Sydney Thunder are in the second position in the BBL 10 points table with 15 points (4 wins and 1 lose), Melbourne Renegades are in the eighth or last position in the same table with just 4 points (1 win and 4 loses).

It will be their second meeting this season. They met for the first time this season on 26th December at Canberra during the 14th match of this tournament. Thunder won that match by 129 runs.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 22: Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder (REN vs THU) – Complete Squads

Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch (C), Brody Couch, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Peter Hatzoglou, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Rilee Rossouw, Will Sutherland, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

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, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 22: Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder (REN vs THU) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Callum Ferguson, Shaun Marsh, Daniel Sams

Vice-captain – Chris Green, Kane Richardson

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Billings

Batsmen – Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson (C), Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh

All-rounder(s) – Daniel Sams (vc), Mohammad Nabi

Bowlers – Chris Green, Tanveer Sangha, Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunder, REN vs THU, Fantasy Cricket, BBL
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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sam Harper

Batsmen – Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson, Rilee Rossouw, Shaun Marsh (C)

All-rounder(s) – Ben Cutting, Daniel Sams

Bowlers – Adam Milne, Chris Green (vc), Tanveer Sangha, Kane Richardson

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BBL 2020: Mohammad Nabi Signs Deal With Melbourne Renegades Ahead of Upcoming Edition
Mohammad Nabi. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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BBL 2020: Mohammad Nabi Signs Deal With Melbourne Renegades Ahead of Upcoming Edition

Afghanistan allrounder Mohammad Nabi will return to Melbourne Renegades in the upcoming Big Bash League 2020 scheduled to begin on December 3 this year. Last season, he also played for Renegades and was the lynchpin for them.

Currently, the allrounder is in the UAE to feature for SunRisers Hyderabad in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. Although the tournament is midway, he has played in one IPL match so far. After completing his stint in IPL, he will travel to Australia to join Melbourne Renegades.

Mohammad Nabi pleased to sign the deal with BBL:

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Mohammad Nabi. Image Credit: Twitter

Mohammad Nabi said that BBL allows him to test himself against the best T20 players around the world. Notably, he is signing the deal with the Renegades for the fourth season.

“I have always enjoyed my time with the Renegades and testing myself against some of the best T20 players in the world in the Big Bash. I’m very pleased to have re-signed for a fourth season,” Mohammad Nabi said in a statement.

Mohammad Nabi
Mohammad Nabi. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Renegades coach Michael Klinger said Nabi provides the team with added flexibility. He also stated that his role will be to support the middle-order and bowl important overs.

“Nabi’s versatility makes him a very valuable member of our team. He can bat and bowl in a number of different situations and he reads the game so well,” Klinger said.”

“We’ll again be looking for Nabi to play a key role in our middle order and he’ll be called upon to bowl some important overs,” he added.

BBL 10 will start with the tournament opener between Adelaide Strikers and Renegades on December 3 at the Adelaide Oval.

Renegades squad: Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans, Aaron Finch (c), Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, James Pattinson, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Beau Webster

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Harry Gurney will not partake in the first-class leg for Nottinghamshire. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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Harry Gurney Quits First-Class Cricket, Eyes White-Ball Show for Nottinghamshire

England left-arm paceman Harry Gurney has announced his first-class retirement in a bid to give wings to his white-ball cricket. He has recently signed the deal of extension until 2020 with English County Club Nottinghamshire. Gurney has been a force to reckon in the first-class fold, who also made his international debut for the Three Lions way back in 2014.

Since December 29, Gurney is on the road to feature in different leagues across the globe. Also, it has gained him significant points in his cricketing CV.

In between, he has travelled from England to Australia, Pakistan to India, in a bid to give a kick to his cricketing career.

Furthermore, the county side; Nottinghamshire has also confirmed that Gurney has hung his boots for the Championship career while setting focus solely on the limited-over fold. With him being clear in his thoughts, Gurney has played 10 One-day Internationals and two T20Is to bag 14 wickets.

Gurney has also thanked his club and administration for their immense support. He has acknowledged the fact of playing alongside well-versed cricketers.

Besides, Gurney has categorically stated that his place is: England to represent and play for.

Harry Gurney announces retirement from the first-class setup for Nottinghamshire:

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Harry Gurney announces retirement from first-class cricket for Nottinghamshire. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

The promising and relatively unknown commodity for many has expressed delight in whatever capacity he has had performed for his team. He has also shed light on his achievements with the red-ball cricket back in England.

“I am grateful to the Club for understanding and for showing faith in me by giving me a deal until the end of 2020. As a cricketer, I can’t imagine playing my cricket anywhere else in England and I hope I can taste further white-ball success with this exciting group of players. I am very proud of what I have achieved in red ball cricket, but now feels like the right time to focus solely on one-day competitions,” Nottinghamshire website quoted Gurney as saying.

The 32-year-old left-arm fast bowler is hopeful on maintaining integrity while partaking for the first time in IPL. He himself considers it as a major challenge while aiming to leave an impact.

Meanwhile, back home he will represent Nottinghamshire in the day-long format apart from the shortest version of the game.

Mick Newell Lauds Harry Gurney for his Nottinghamshire red-ball show:

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Newell heaps praise on Gurney’s dedication. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Moreover, Mick Newell, who is the Director of Cricket for Nottinghamshire, maintained it’s pretty sad, but at the same time, Gurney’s dedication to white-ball cricket is a pleasant sight to look at. He added there are always takers and they’re equally committed to seeing him as an asset for the club.

“While it’s a disappointment that Harry won’t be playing red ball cricket for us anymore. We’re really pleased to have him committed to us for one-day cricket over the next two seasons. He will continue to be an asset to us, as he has been for a number of years,” Newell said.

Concurrently, Gurney is the part of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

Recently, he has been part of the Big Bash League (BBL) franchise Melbourne Renegades. Aaron Finch-led side has won their maiden BBL title. They registered a dramatic victory against their arch-rivals Melbourne Starts by 13 runs at the MCG on 17th of February 2019.

In nine games, Gurney has snared 10 scalps for Renegades at an average of 24.40. Overall, in the eighth season of BBL, Gurney has conceded 244 runs.

Also, he has represented current Pakistan Super League (PSL) champions Quetta Gladiators. Now, he is eyeing the third title on a trot.

Gurney is keen to contribute while being considered as one of the leading bowlers T20 bowlers in contemporary cricket.

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Shaun Marsh Leaves Perth Scorchers For Melbourne Renegades

In a sensational move, Shaun Marsh has ended his association with Western Australian cricket by ditching Perth Scorchers for Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League. Marsh, whose father, brother as well as him played all their cricket in Western Australia, was with the Scorchers since the inaugural edition of the Big Bash League in 2011.  His younger brother Mitch currently leads the team while his father Geoff Marsh played over 100 first-class games for the state team.

Melbourne Renegades, nonetheless, have further bolstered their top-order. The reigning Big Bash League champions already have the likes of Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Finch and Cameron White in their ranks and Marsh’ presence is only going to make the top-order even more stronger. Marsh revealed that his relationship with Finch had helped cement the deal.

“I’d like to thank everyone at the Scorchers who have supported me over the years – it was a very successful period for the club,” Marsh said in a statement.

“But I’m ready for a new challenge and the opportunity to join the Renegades on the back of such a successful season is very exciting.

“I’ve spent a lot of time with Finchy and know the other guys well, so I’m looking forward to it,” he added.

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Shaun Marsh (Credits: Getty)

Over the years, Shaun Marsh represented the Scorchers in 37 games and averages nearly 50. He finished his stint with the Scorchers after amassing 1435 runs in 37 innings at a strike-rate of 130 and top score of 99 not out. Marsh is tenth on the competition’s all-time leading run-scorers list and has the highest average among that group.

Melbourne Renegades head coach Andrew McDonald welcomed the signing. The former Australia allrounder said that Marsh will give Renegades more flexibility at the top of the order.

“Shaun is one of the most experienced players in the country and excels in white ball cricket. His BBL record speaks for itself and he’ll gives us even greater flexibility at the top of our batting order,” McDonald said.

“We’ve been on the end of a few of Shaun’s big performances over the years so it’s nice to have him as a teammate instead,” he added.

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Meanwhile, this is not the first any big name has left the Scorchers in recent times. Before Marsh, crowd-favourite Brad Hogg and opening batsman Marcus Harris had left the Perth-based team to join the Renegades. Scorchers, one of the most successful teams in the history of the league, had a disastrous campaign in the last edition. They managed to win just 4 of their 14 games and finished at the bottom of the eight-team tournament.

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Melbourne Renegades lift their maiden BBL title. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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Melbourne Stars Capitulate in Dramatic Collapse; Melbourne Renegades Lift Maiden Title

In the final of the eighth edition of the Big Bash League (BBL), Melbourne Renegades on Sunday (February 17) were crowned as the champions of the BBL 2018-19 season following the epic win over Melbourne Stars by 13 runs. Post 13th over, the things went horribly wrong for Stars which cost them their maiden BBL title. Thus, allowing Renegades to lift their first-ever title since 2011.

Renegades restricted Stars on 132. In the dramatic collapse, Stars lost seven wickets adding just 17 runs. Dwayne Bravo was the last man to go 3 (3).

While chasing the target of 146, Stars had a brisk start. The opening pair in Ben Dunk and Marcus Stoinis posted 93 in 13 overs. At one stage, the grand finale looked-like a one-sided contest but Renegades bowlers pulled off a sensational effort with the ball.

Renegades bowlers were on a roll to deliver a sensational performance when many thought Stars would have a cake walk.

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Melbourne Renegades delivered a remarkable performance. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

The star performers with the ball were Chris Tremain, Cameron Boyce, Daniel Christian. The trio went on to clinch three wickets each. Well, Harry Gurney picked a wicket of Maddinson.

Stars Collapse in Melbourne:

Stoinis scored 39 off 38 balls before Peter Handscomb got dismissed on nought.

He was followed by Dunk who scored 45-ball 57. Skipper Glenn Maxwell consumed six balls for a run. Nic Maddinson managed six off seven balls before returning to the pavilion.

Seb Gotch, who did well in the semi-final clash against Hobart Hurricanes could score just two off five balls.

In the mega finale, Melbourne Renegades batted first to post 145 for five in 20 allotted overs. While using as many as six bowling options, Maxwell has used them according to the situation who further rose to the occasion to deliver things according to the expectations.

At one stage, Renegades were 65 for five in 10.5 overs, thanks to some brilliance with the ball from Stars’ bowlers. However, Tom Cooper and Daniel Christian didn’t crumble under pressure. Cooper was the top scorer with 35-ball 43. He smashed two sixes and as many fours.

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Aaron Finch got better of Glenn Maxwell. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Moreover, Christian slammed two fours, and a maximum as both remained unbeaten. For the sixth wicket, the duo registered 100-run partnership to give something to their bowlers to work on.

Jackson delivers with the ball, so as, Zampa:

Paceman Jackson Bird and leg-spinner Adam Zampa bagged two wickets each.  Bird bowled three overs to concede 25, Zampa conceded 21 runs in his quota of four overs.

The 18-year-old leg-spinner Sandeep Lamicchane bowled splendidly well. He gave away just 16 runs.

Opening pair Marcus Harris and Renegades skipper Aaron Finch could post 16 on the board for the first wicket in 1.5 overs.

Harris was the first to go after Peter Handscomb completed a good catch on the bowling of Bird. He smashed two fours to score 12 off ten balls.

While adding nine runs for the second wicket, wicketkeeper-batsman Sam Harper was caught and bowled by Bird while bowling fourth over of Renegades’ innings. Harper could score six off seven balls. Finch lost his wicket owing to a mix-up with Cameron White.

Once again, Bird was in the business. Besides, he affected a run-out of Finch.  He could score 13 off ten balls.

Apart from it, in the space of two runs Zampa trapped White in front of the stumps. He scored run-a-ball 12. Zampa’s second wicket came in the form of Mackenzie Harvey by deceiving him all hands up. Harvey scored 14 off 16 with the help of two fours.

Brief Score: Final – Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars

Melbourne Renegades 145 for 5 in 20 overs:

Tom Cooper 43 (35), Daniel Christian 38 (30), Adam Zampa 2 for 21, Jackson Bird 2 for 25

Melbourne Stars 132 for 7 in 20 overs:

Ben Dunk 57 (45), Marcus Stonis 39 (38), Chris Tremain 2 for 21, Boyce 2 for 30, Christian 2 for 33

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Daniel Christain. (Photo by George Salpigtidis/Getty Images)
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Big Bash League 2018-19: Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers – Report

Big Bash League 2018-19: Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers – Report. Melbourne Renegades all-rounder Daniel Christian helped his side to book their final berth against Melbourne Stars in the ongoing Big Bash League. Renegades won the semifinal contest against Sydney Sixers by three wickets after Christain scored a blistering knock of 31 runs from only 14 balls. The right-hander smashed three sixes in his quickfire knock to help his side get over the line.

Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers – Sydney Sixers Innings:

Sydney Sixers received a perfect start from both their openers after Melbourne Renegades won the toss and decided to bowl first. Josh Phillippe and Daniel Hughes provided an alliance of 87 runs for the opening partnership. The wicketkeeper-batsman Phillippe was the aggressor whereas Hughes took a backseat.

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Melbourne Renegades. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

In fact, Hughes had the rub of the green on his side as Sam Harper missed a stumping chance. The left-handed and right-handed batsman added 58 runs in the first six overs without any damage in the wicket’s column. However, Phillippe was dismissed soon after scoring his fifty. Consequently, Daniel Hughes was able to accelerate after losing his opening partner.

However, Melbourne Renegades was able to stem the runs flow in the final five overs. In fact, Jordan Silk scored 7-ball 17 to help his side get to 180 runs in their allotted 20 overs. However, James Vince and Moises Henriques could not hit the ground running as they scored below the strike rate of 120.

Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers – Melbourne Renegades innings:

The hosts could not get off to a good start when they lost Marcus Harris in the first over. The southpaw batsman shimmied down the track against Steve O’Keefe but could not get the connection. Meanwhile, Renegades gloveman Sam Harper was able to hit the ground running from the get-go. Harper scored a quick knock of 36 runs from 17 balls.

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Daniel Christain. (Photo by George Salpigtidis/Getty Images)

However, Harper could not pick the slower ball and got an outside edge. Furthermore, Cameron White also came out all guns blazing as he scored a 17-ball 29. On the other hand, Renegades captain Aaron Finch decided to hold one end as he scored 44 runs from 41 balls.

Furthermore, Daniel Christian provided the finishing touches to help them get over the line. On the other side, Ben Dwarchius and Steve O’Keefe scalped two wickets each.

Brief Scores:

Sydney Sixers: 180-3, Josh Phillipe: 52 (31), Cameron Boyce 2-33.

Melbourne Renegades: 184-7, Aaron Finch 44 (41), Steve O’Keefe: 2-22.

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