01 Jan 2021, Melbourne Renegades is going to play against Sydney Thunder at Carrara Oval, Queensland. Here is the Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder, Big Bash League 2020-21 | 22nd T20 Match Prediction. The BBL T20 match will start at 08:15 AM GMT / 06:15 PM LOCAL.

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Sydney Thunder
MLR vs SYT, BBL T20 Match Prediction

Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder, Big Bash League 2020-21 | 22nd T20 Match Prediction

Melbourne Renegades 37%
Sydney Thunder 43%
The percentages are showing in between 80%. The rest of the 20% is for exceptional cases. The explanations are down below.

“Sydney Thunder” Can Be The Winner.

  1. Team Ranking:

    Melbourne Renegades is having an awful season after starting their campaign positively. They badly need a few wins under their belt. But, things aren’t that easy as an in-form Sydney Thunder awaits for them in the next match.

    Currently, Renegades sits in bottom place and Thunder sits in 2nd place in the team ranking of BBL 2020.

  2. Home Advantage:

    The match between Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder is set to happen in Carrara Oval, Queensland. This is neutral ground. SO, there’s no home advantage for any teams.

  3. Current Form: 

    Renegades is having a difficult time. They’ve lost the last 4 matches at a stretch. On the other hand, Thunder has their last 4 matches at a stretch.

  4. Head To Head:

    Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder have faced each other 12 times. Renegades won 9 times while Thunder won 3 times.

  5. Field Condition:

    Carrara Oval is a medium-sized ground and a good place for spinners.

  6. Player Analysis:

    Batsmen Analytics

    Aaron Finch of Melbourne Renegades has an AVG 35.38 and SR 142.38. Another top batsman of Melbourne Renegades – Shaun Marsh has an AVG 38.46 and SR 128.01.

    On the other hand, Alex Hales of Sydney Thunder has an AVG 29.66 and SR 143.54. Another top batsman of Sydney Thunder Usman Khawaja – has an AVG 29.79 and SR 127.09.

    Bowlers Analytics

    Rilee Rossouw of Melbourne Renegades has an AVG 14.50 and Econ 6.21. Another Top bowler of Melbourne Renegades Kane Richardson has an AVG 23.35 and his Econ 7.87.

    Hence, Sydney Thunder bowler Chris Tremain’s AVG 31.76 and Econ 7.92. Another Top bowler of Sydney Thunder Daniel Sams has an AVG 21.38 and his Econ 8.44.

    The batting unit of Thunder is looking killer. The top-order is in thunderous form. Moreover, Thunder has also beaten Renegades by a big margin earlier this campaign that could make a negative effect on Renegdes’ players.

  7. Point Table:

    Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder have earned 4 and 15 points respectively.

  8. Pitch Supports:

    The conditions at the Carrara Oval looks more comfortable for the batsmen.

However, things could be change in some terms like weather condition, or injury cases of players in a team. But, these are exceptional cases at all.

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Melbourne Renegades Squad

Aaron Finch (c), Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, James Pattinson, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Mitch Perry, Beau Webster, Imran Tahir, Noor Ahmad, Josh Lalor, Jack Prestwidge, Rilee Rossouw, Imad Wasim, Benny Howell, Brody Couch, Peter Hatzoglou.

Sydney Thunder Squad

 Jonathan Cook, Ben Cutting, Oliver Davies, Brendan Doggett, Callum Ferguson (c), Matthew Gilkes, Chris Green, Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain, Adam Milne, Sam Billings, Baxter Holt.