BBL 2022: Prediction for Match 6: SCO vs. SIX: Who will win today’s BBL match between the Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers?

In the sixth game of the BBL 2022, the runners-up Sydney Sixers (SIX) will take on Perth Scorchers (SCO).

Perth Scorchers, the reigning champs, begin their mission with a replay of last year’s last at the Perth Arena on Saturday, December 17.

Sydney Sixers, their rivals, enter the match having been hammered by Adelaide Strikes in their season opener.

The mercurial Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been ruled out of the tournament due to an ankle injury.

So the Scorchers will have a difficult time defending their title this year because they are without several key players.

Be that as it may, their victory despite everything last season make the four-time champions unstoppable adversaries for the Sydney-based establishment.

Details of the game:

Date and Time at Perth Stadium in Perth:

17 December, 1:35 p.m. IST

Live Streaming and Telecast:

Pitch Report for Today’s Match on Sony Sports Network and Sony Liv App The surface at Perth Stadium is renowned for its pace and bounce for new ball bowlers.

The batters, on the other hand, will enjoy their time at the venue, which becomes less busy as the game goes on.

To make the most of the bowling conditions early in the match, the team that won the toss is likely to bowl first.

SCO’s and SIX Perth Scorchers’ Expected Starting XIs:

Jos Inglis, Faf du Plessis, Nick Hobson, Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Turner (c), Aaron Hardie, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, and Peter Hatzoglou are the members of the Sydney Sixers.

Josh Philippe (wk), Kurtis Patterson, James Vince, Moises Henriques (c), Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Hayden Kerr, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Steve OKeefe, and Izharulhaq Naveed are the likely best performers from SCO versus SIX.

Faf du Plessis:

The Perth team made Faf du Plessis, the former captain of South Africa, late because they were worried about several injuries before the season opener.

In the absence of the erratic Mitchell Marsh, the Protean will play a significant role for the defending champions.

Best-liked bowler:

With 19 victories in just 13 games, the Australian pacer Sean Abbott was a key Sixers player last season.

He began the current edition with another impressive performance against the Adelaide Strikers, going three-for-4 in four overs.

However, his efforts were in vain as the Strikers defeated the Sydney Sixers completely.

Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers Large Slam Tips:

The Scorchers are the defending champions, and Sixers are underrated to recover.

They appeared to get their disruption out of the way early in a season marked by team turnover.

Laurie Evans and Mitchell Marsh have both left.

They then made the decision to sign Adam Lyth and Faf Du Plessis as cover players, who both leave for South Africa and the UAE League in January.

Tymal Mills has also been lost to them for personal reasons.

In their first match, Sixers were humiliated by Strikers.

Perhaps their complacency necessitated a shock.

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