In their final group stage of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2020-21, Adelaide Strikers will compete on 25 January against Sydney Thunder on (Monday) This is the 51st Game of this season and the second meeting of the two teams

Adelaide Strikers must beat Sydney Thunder in the second meeting to secure their place in the playoffs They entered the playoffs in the previous edition but failed to become a finalist This season they deserved to make the playoffs stand, considering they have a strong team

With the regular Adelaide Strikers captain Travis Head back from national service, Alex Carey only plays as wicket keeper batsman with no additional captain’s burden

Against Brisbane Heat, he opened the innings for Strikers and registered the first century of the current season. He hit 101 runs of 62 balls in which he hit 10 fours and three sixes. He used to be the third batsman but he will likely be considered again Play opener against Sydney Thunder

Jake Weatherald was promoted again to the opener in the penultimate game. He scored 36 of 18 balls with a staggering hit rate of 20,000 In his fiery knock he smashed five fours and a six. He would be expected to do the same against the Sydney Thunder / p>

Travis Head has returned to the side after completing the four series of tests against India, where he sat on a bench after the first two tests

The Adelaide Strikers captain played the first game of the 2020-21 BBL against Brisbane Heat.He also loaded the innings and scored 25 runs with 19 balls.The right batsman will try to play a big stroke against Sydney Thunder to get the Bring team to the playoffs

Phil Salt had his highest score of the tournament in the penultimate game against Melbourne Renegades. He accumulated 59 runs from 42 balls in which he hit three fours and three sixes, but couldn’t end up winning the match as he didn’t have the team got off to a good start, he was downgraded to the middle order in the penultimate game against Brisbane Heat. He quickly scored 26 runs with 17 balls while beating number four as batsman

Against Brisbane Heat, Matt Renshaw was downgraded to middle order, as was his opening partner Phil Salt.He didn’t have much chance to hit as he only had three balls before the end of the Adelaide Strikers innings but he must make the innings against Sydney Thunder speed up to score a challenging sum

Ryan Gibson is back for good in the XI Against the Melbourne Renegades he partnered with Weatherald at the first meeting to stabilize the Adelaide Strikers innings He didn’t stay out and scored 43 runs with 31 balls with a hit rate of 13871

Pacer Michael Neser is also back in the Adelaide Strikers squad after the test series between India and Australia is over.The 30-year-old didn’t get a test match but his return to Strikers made bowling a lot stronger He chose his first wicket of the season against Brisbane Heat

After recovering from an injury, the veteran took on Brisbane Heat, the Adelaide Strikers penultimate game going through their middle order, choosing Joe Burns and Lewis Gregory’s wicket to stop Heat on just 115 runs

Lian O’Connor, who played three games last season, has been placed in the XI Against Brisbane Heat following the departure of Rashid Khan, who has returned to play in the series against Ireland for Afghanistan he sparingly and picked up an important wicket from Jimmy Pierson. The leg spinner conceded only 20 runs in his four overs

Wes Agar is the key player for Adelaide Strikers in the bowling department. He was at the top level against Brisbane Heat, picking the wickets of the top three batsmen. He caught Marnus Labuschagne, Chris Lynn and Joe Denly to get them to the hut early send and achieve the victory of his team In total he scored 21 wickets in 12 games

The English cricketer played well against the Melbourne Renegades in the first meeting, picking two wickets while blocking the middle order to score against him in his four overs, giving up just 17 runs and recording an impressive savings rate of 425 Against Brisbane Heat, he was also impressive, choosing a wicket in his four overs quota

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