Pro Tip: Despite being their home, the Perth Scorchers didn’t have too much success at Perth Stadium, winning only 40% of their games there. At the WACA, their former home, they won almost 70% of theirs Games The Scorchers bowlers in particular have had a hard time at the new venue So avoid taking too many bowlers by your side

Our XI: Jason Roy, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Inglis, Andrew Tye, Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Rilee Rossouw, Mohammad Nabi, Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson

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Captain: Liam Livingstone
Livingston was the lead run-getter for the Scorchers last year, completing 425 runs in the 2019-20 season that included a staggering 27 sixes in 14 games, the second-highest in the tournament He loves beating at Perth Stadium after being in his last two games scored 78 (49) and 79 (54)

Vice-Captain: Shaun Marsh
The BBL veteran has been with the Scorchers for eight seasons and will now compete against them. At the time of writing, he is the top runscorer to date in this year’s tournament with 233 runs in six games. His last two results were 67 and 87, and have in this particular place his last four games resulted in an impressive 181 runs with a hit rate of 15877

Hot PicksJason Roy: Roy gave insight into his skills in the two strokes he has played in the tournament so far and hit 21 out of 11 and 49 out of 32. He was in phenomenal shape, has three in five T20 Blast games Over 50 points scored and 206 runs collected with a hit rate of 13121

Mitchell Marsh: The younger Marsh brother could also bring you lots of points. The all-rounder of the Scorchers was in good form in two of his last three games with 52 (41) and 38 (24). He didn’t have in the first part of the tournament rolled but has taken the ball back in his last two games, one of which resulted in 2 for 14 in four overs

Mohammad Nabi: The T20I all-rounder number one in the world started the season with indifferent form, but has made a strong return. He scored 33 important (24 balls) in the last game against the Sydney Thunder and won the match against the Sydney Sixers a couple of wickets His all-round capabilities make him a must on your team

Kane Richardson: The Melbourne Renegades’ top wicket taker this season was without wicket in a rain-free game against the Donner but has collected nine wickets in six games so far.He has eight wickets in three games at the venue Collected an astonishing average of 575 and economy of 418

Peter Hatzoglou: The big leg spinner is someone who is expected to get an extra jump on this Perth pitch which could upset batsmen. He got in the side and impressed immediately in his debut season after going into the five innings in which he has played bowling, has collected seven wickets

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