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BPL Match Info:
BBL07: Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars, 26th Match Preview:
Melbourne Stars (0-3) vs Melbourne Renegades (3-1) at The MCG
Head-to-head: Melbourne Stars 8, Melbourne Renegades 3
Last five: Melbourne Stars 4, Melbourne Renegades 1
Melbourne Stars 13-man squad
John Hastings (c), Michael Beer, Scott Boland, Ben Dunk, James Faulkner, Evan Gulbis, Glenn Maxwell, Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Rob Quiney, Marcus Stoinis, Daniel Worrall, Luke Wright (Eng), Adam Zampa
Melbourne Renegades 13-man squad
Aaron Finch (C), Dwayne Bravo (WI), Tom Cooper, Marcus Harris, Brad Hodge, Brad Hogg, Jon Holland, Tim Ludeman+, Mohammad Nabi, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Cameron White, Jack Wildermuth
The Stars are especially in risk of being thrown uncontrolled and passing up a great opportunity for the finals without precedent for a long time should they collide with a fourth straight misfortune to open BBL7.
It’s been much smoother cruising for the Renegades who have walked to a 3-1 begin with each of those three wins being in agreeable design against the Hurricanes, Heat and Sixers.
Enormous batting fight – Aaron Finch versus Luke Wright
I have settled on two unfathomably experienced and excellent opening batsmen here who have battled in BBL7 to date.
Finch came back to shape with a blast cricbuzz.live in his last amusement against the hapless Sixers, belting 51 in the wake of racking up three single-figure scores to open the competition.
Luke Wright has watched unwell, as a large portion of the Stars huge name batting line-up, however frequently spares his best for the Renegades having scored 100 against them in BBL5.
Enormous rocking the bowling alley fight – Adam Zampa versus Brad Hogg
I have gone for the youthful bull against the old bull here with a car of wrist spinners in Zampa for the Stars and Hogg for the Renegades. Leg turn can assume a major part at the MCG as we saw from the prevailing exhibitions from Mitchell Swepson and Yasir Shah for the Heat in the Stars’ last amusement. Zampa will hope to demonstrate why he is viewed as Australia’s head white ball turn choice right now, while Hogg will appreciate the huge phase of attempting to get one over his more youthful partner.
Ground Dynamic – The MCG
The MCG guardian delivered a better than average wicket for the Stars’ home opener against the Heat, just to the see the Stars batting line-up bungle and bumble their approach to only 147.
In the event that this wicket is anything like the one delivered on Tuesday, the group batting first will need 170 or more to feel they are on top of things.
The straight limits are shorter at the MCG, so expect both the seamers and spinners to bowl into the wicket increasingly and attempt and ensure the more drawn out square limits.
The Prophet’s Pick (10-8) – Melbourne Stars
“The Stars are too great a side to lose four straight – I trust.”
The Prophet’s 10-unit bank (Running Tally = – 58 Units)
9 Units Melbourne Stars to score more than 152.5 (bat first or wager discounted) at $1.75
9 Units Melbourne Renegades to score more than 165.5 (bat first or wager discounted) at $1.75
1 Units Peter Handscomb man of the match at $26
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