There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best SIX vs THU dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss SIX vs THU 50th Match news, SIX vs THU fantasy Cricket prediction, and Expert data. This League is called KFC Big Bash League T20 in the dream11 app.
Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder Schedule:
Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder, The 50th match will be played in Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney on 21 January 2023 at 1:35 PM.
SIX vs THU Dream11 Prediction and Today Injury Update:
Sydney Thunder would be high on confidence after registering resounding victories over Melbourne Renegades. They won 6 out of 12 matches and placed in 4th position of the table where as Sydney Sixers will be optimistic for their big win in the last match against Adelaide Strikers .They won 8 out of 12 matches and placed in second position of the table.
Best Picks For Dream11 Team
Wicket-Keeper Best Pick & Prediction
Josh Philippe will handling wicketkeeping for his team and he has took an excellent 5 catches and also score some good runs in last 5 matches.
Matthew Gilkes led the team from the front in the last contest. He had 74 runs from 55 deliveries at strike rate of 134.54 in last match.
Batsmen Best Pick & Prediction
Moises Henriques got out early in the last couple of game but he has the caliber to deliver a good knock in the shorter format of cricket.
Kurtis Patterson has been one of the most consistent batsmen of the side He knows when to let go and when to hold back. He has pretty much understood his own game.
LAST 5 MATCHES:43R,23R,2R,38R,17R
Steven Smith top-order batter has been providing contributions in a consistent manner and has garnered 101 runs in 56 ball at a strike rate of 180.35.He is a must-pick for your fantasy teams.
Jordan Silk is the most exciting prospect of Sydney Sixers at the moment and has scored 122 runs in last 5 match of the tournament.
David Warner is one of the best opening batsmen out there and the way he bats, he can destroy bowlers.
Alex Ross plays second down position for Sydney Thunder. He has scored 40 run in 32 ball at strike rate of 125.00.
Oliver Davies was duck out in last match but believe he would comeback with a bang in this match. He has scored 155 run in 5 games.
All Rounder Best Pick & Prediction
Sean Abbott is certainly one to watch out for his bowling ability being key player for his team. He has looked ominous with 10 wickets from 5 games.
Hayden Kerr will be our all-rounder from the Sydney Sixers, Hayden Kerr will be one to watch out for in Bowling than batting. He has pick 4 wicket from 5 games.
Dan Christian was poor with the bat first up and then with the ball too, it was not his best performance.
Daniel Sams has grabbed 5 wickets in past couple of matches and will be a valuable addition to the fantasy side for this match.
Ben Cutting has been in a little bit of rough form off late, his shot selection and all-round ability makes him a bankable option
Bowlers Best Pick & Prediction
Steve O’Keefe is the important bowlers of the side and He has pick 7 wicket in last 5 matches.
Ben Dwarshuis hunted 3 wickets in last match at an economy rate of 7.00 and hoping to replicate similar performance.
Todd Murphy has scalped 7 wickets in the last 5 matches which shows his consistent form and the ability to well for his team.
Chris Green helps to boosting of a solid bowling unit by taking 5 wickets in recent past 5 matches.
Usman Qadir has picked a couple of wickets in last match at an economy rate of 5.00.He has not been to produce the breakthroughs consistently.
Nathan McAndrew is a decent bowler and has a took some decent number of wickets as well.
Brendan Doggett bowling skills that earned him 1 wicket at an economy rate of 7.00 which can continue in this fixture.
SIX vs THU Probable Playing 11:
Sydney Sixers Playing 11:
Josh Philippe (wk), Steven Smith, Kurtis Patterson, Moises Henriques (c), Jordan Silk, Hayden Kerr, Daniel Christian, Ben Dwarshuis, Sean Abbott, Steve OKeefe, Todd Murphy
Sydney Thunder Playing 11:
Matthew Gilkes (wk), David Warner, Blake Nikitaras, Oliver Davies, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green (c), Usman Qadir, Brendan Doggett