Hello and welcome to our SIX vs SCO Dream11 Prediction, Probable Playing XI, and Fantasy Cricket Tips. Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers will play against each other in the Final match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
The Sydney Sixers have performed brilliantly so far as they completed their league stage at the top of the points table and won the Qualifier match, and were the first team to qualify for the Final. In the last game, Sydney Sixers performed well, winning it by nine wickets.
Josh Philippe has been performing brilliantly so far this season, and scoring runs consistently in every match, and misses his fifty by five runs in the last game. James Vince has been struggling to score runs and looked out of form in most games this season but has batted well in the recent matches and missed his well-deserving century in the last match b just two runs.
Hughes has performed brilliantly in some of the matches but has struggled in recent games. Skipper Moises Henriques has been batting brilliantly in the middle-order and maintaining a reasonable run rate during the middle overs. Dan Christian and Jordan Silk have also played their roles in the lower middle-order, providing brilliant finishes.
The bowlers have been performing decently so far this season. Ben Dwarshuis has been the most consistent at picking up wickets. Dan Christian and Carlos Braithwaite have played a crucial role in picking up wickets at the right time in some of the matches. Sean Abbott has picked up wickets in every match he has played so far in this season.
Sydney Sixers would want to continue their winning momentum by winning once more against the Finals’ Scorchers and becoming the champions twice in two seasons.
The Perth Scorchers performed well in the league stage and finished in 2nd place, qualifying for the Qualifier and lost that match. But they won the Challenger match against the Heat by nine wickets and are back on the winning track.
Jason Roy and Liam Livingstone have been opening the innings and providing a decent start in most matches, and Liam scored a brilliant half-century in the previous match. Colin Munro at No.3 has already scored four fifties so far this season and is one of the top five run-scorers this season.
Josh Inglis was also performing well in his new position as the middle-order batsman and scored a brilliant fifty in the last match. Skipper Ashton Turner has been scoring some quick runs and providing an excellent finish to the team. Mitchell Marsh has given some excellent performances and batted brilliantly at No.3 in the last match.
Cameron Bancroft replaced injured Jason Roy in the last match and batted well, scoring a fifty. In the lower order, Aaron Hardie and Jhye Richardson have been very helpful with the bat as they have added runs every time they got a chance.
The Scorchers’ bowlers have been performing brilliantly, and they continued the same in the last match. Jhye Richardson has been the consistent wicket-taker in the team but went wicketless in the last two matches. Jason Behrendoff has also been bowling very well and regularly picking up wickets from the latter half of the season.
Fawad Ahmed has been handling the spin department decently. Andrew Tye has appeared to be getting back in form as he has been consistently picking up wickets in recent games. Aaron Hardie picked up 3 wickets in the last match.
Scorchers would want to continue their winning momentum and become the champions for the fourth time in BBL.
Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers, Final, Big Bash League 2020-21.
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
Date: 6th February 2021
Time: 02:10 PM IST
SIX vs SCO Head-to-Head Records
Matches Played: 17
SIX Won: 7
SCO Won: 9
No Result: 0
Average 1st innings score: 160
Average 2nd innings score: 140
The pitch here is generally considered a little slow and low scoring game expected in the Final. Spinners will play a crucial role in the match.
It is the first match to be played here at this venue in this season.
The weather will be mostly cloudy, and there is a high chance of rain during the match.
SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team News
- Sixers have named a 19-player squad against the Scorchers.
- They are going with the same squad as of the last match.
- Scorchers have announced a 16-Man squad for the Final.
- They will be going with the same squad as of the last game.
- Jason Roy’s availability will be decided before the start of the match.
Probable Playing XI
Josh Philippe (WK), James Vince, Daniel Hughes (C), Moises Henriques, Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Carlos Brathwaite, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Stephen O’Keefe, Jake Ball/Jackson Bird.
Bench: Lloyd Pope, Jackson Bird/Jake Ball, Justin Avendano, Jack Edwards, Ben Manenti, Gurinder Sandhu, Nick Bertus, Hayden Kerr.
Cameron Bancroft/Jason Roy, Liam Livingstone, Colin Munro, Josh Inglis (WK), Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner (C), Aaron Hardie, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Fawad Ahmed.
Bench: Jason Roy/Cameron Bancroft, Matthew Kelly, Corey Rocchiccioli, Kurtis Patterson, Joel Paris.
Top picks for SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team
(15 M, 499 R, 33.27 A)
(15 M, 442 R, 34 A)
(14 M, 252 R, 36 A + 41 O, 13 W)
(3 M, 137 R, 45.66 A)
(12 M, 42 R, 21 A + 37.3 0, 21 W)
(3 M, 5 R, 5 A + 11 O, 4 W)
(15 M, 318 R, 26.50 )
(15 M, 45 R, 6.42 A + 46 O, 16 W)
(15 M, 365 R, 36.50 A)
(13 M, 45 O, 15 W)
(7 M, 24 O, 9 W)
(8 M, 26 O, 5 W)
(12 M, 355 R, 32.27 A)
(13 M, 381 R, 29.31 A + 6 O, 4 W)
(15 M, 441 R, 33.92 A)
(16 M, 391 R, 35.55 A)
(15 M, 89 R , 17.80 A + 57.3 O, 27 W)
(14 M, 304 R, 43.43 A + 11.3 O, 4 W)
(16 M, 37 R, 18.50 A + 50.1 O, 19 W)
(15 M, 49 O, 16 W)
(16 M, 53.3 O, 14 W)
(16 M, 97 R, 19.40 A + 41 O, 10 W)
(7 M, 126 R, 42 A)
SIX vs SCO Dream11 Prediction
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- If Jason Roy plays then you can pick him in place of C Bancroft.
- Josh Philippe
- L Livingstone
- Jason Roy
- Colin Munro
- Dan Christian
- Jhye Richardson
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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.