There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best THU vs SCO dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss THU vs SCO 39th Match news, THU vs SCO fantasy Cricket prediction, and Expert data. This League is called KFC Big Bash League T20 in the dream11 app.
Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers Schedule:
Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers, The 39th match will be played in Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney on 13 January 2023 at 1:00 PM.
THU vs SCO Dream11 Prediction and Today Injury Update:
Perth Scorcher have been on a tremendous continues winning streak and are unbeaten in the tournament. They sit comfortably at the top of the table with 14 points however Sydney Thunder 5 out of 9 matches and having 10 points on their bag.
Best Picks For Dream11 Team
Wicket-Keeper Best Pick & Prediction
Josh Inglis highly anticipated prospect in Perth Scorchers’s squad,he made 67 runs from 35 deliveries and had eight boundaries and two six to his name at stike rate of 191.42.
Matthew Gilkes very versatile player and he one of the finest bats for his side. He’s helped stabilize things and wage a lone battle despite wickets falling at the other end.
LAST 5 MATHES:7R 0c/0s, 32R 1c/0s, 33R 0c/0s,37R 1c/1s, 56R 2c/0s
Sam Whiteman have been in fine shape in the recent matches in shorter formats. He has scored 42 run in 32 ball in last match.
Batsmen Best Pick & Prediction
Ashton Turner is a dependable option and he is capable of some big hits. He has scored 146 run in last 5 games.
Cameron Bancroft who reads the game really well, He could be a great asset for Perth Scorchers in this match and adapt his game according to adverse situations
Nick Hobson not in good form and he fail to perform in recent matches so its difficult for us to see his magical moment in recent matches.
Stephen Eskinazi is the top order batsmen and he fail to score in last performance but he will definitely bat above his keeping counterpart.
Oliver Davies is looking to make amends for his no show in previous match and also he is talented individual who are in decent form as well.
Alex Hales might have failed to get the big runs the last time around but Hales filled with an expansive skill set.
Alex Ross has been the most consistent batsman for his team and expected to score big. He has scored 34R,41R,14R,25R so far.
All Rounder Best Pick & Prediction
Aaron Hardie has been in incredible form and needs to be on top of his game. He has piled 65 runs which clubbed 1 sixes and 9 boundaries in his 45-ball knock, flaying the batting to all parts.
Ashton Agar is a very reliable All Rounder.He is struggling to pick wickets in past few matches but we belive he would comeback with a bang in this match.
Daniel Sams has been in a little bit of rough form off late, his shot selection and all-round ability makes him a bankable option.
Ben Cutting is a allrounder for this team squad and he hasn’t played much in the last few month but has scored 26 runs in the last Match.
Bowlers Best Pick & Prediction
Andrew Tye proved to be a blessing for Perth Scorchers in very short space of time. He has scalped 9 wickets from 5 matches .
Jason Behrendorff was a biggest headache to all the oppositions batters in last match. He has got some incredible numbers in last match as he picked up 3 wickets at economy rate of 5.25.He has pick 8 wicket from 5 games.
Matthew Kelly has been in great form with ball picking in regular basis .He will guaranteed to pick up 1+ wickets in every game.
Peter Hatzoglou has not been in a really good form ,He has pick only 1 wicket from 5 games.
Nathan McAndrew has scalped 10 wickets in the last 5 matches which shows his consistent form and the ability to well for his team.
Chris Green is the most successful bowler from Sydney Thunder by grabbing 7 wickets from 5 games and He will look to carry on the momentum .
Brendan Doggett helps to boosting of a solid bowling unit by taking 6 wickets in recent past 3 matches.
Usman Qadir bowling can be more than handy and he will took some decent number of wickets as well.
THU vs SCO Probable Playing 11:
Sydney Thunder Playing 11:
Matthew Gilkes (wk), Alex Hales, Sam Whiteman, Oliver Davies, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green (c), Brendan Doggett, Usman Qadir
Perth Scorchers Playing 11:
Cameron Bancroft, Stephen Eskinazi, Aaron Hardie, Josh Inglis (wk), Ashton Turner (c), Nick Hobson, Ashton Agar, Matthew Kelly, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Peter Hatzoglou