SIX vs SCO Dream11 Prediction | Top Picks | Qualifier, BBL 2020-21

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 Qualifier match of the Big Bash League 2020-21 at Manuka Oval, Canberra.

Sydney Sixers:

The Sydney Sixers have performed brilliantly so far as they have won 9 out of 14 matches and completed the league stage at the top of the points table with 36 points. In the last game, Sydney Sixers performed well, winning it by five wickets.

Josh Philippe has been performing brilliantly so far this season and scoring runs consistently in every match but got out early 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.

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. Dan Christian and Jordan Silk have also played their roles in the lower middle-order, brilliantly providing brilliant finishes.

The bowlers have been performing decently so far this season, but they leaked many runs in the last match. 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 played two games this season and has been brilliant in both of them.

Sydney Sixers would want to continue their winning momentum by winning against the Scorchers in the Qualifier match and qualify for the finals.

Perth Scorchers:

The Perth Scorchers also performed well this season as they won eight games out of fourteen matches this season and ended at the 2nd position on the points table, qualifying for the playoffs.

Jason Roy and Liam Livingstone have been opening the innings and providing a decent start in most matches. 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 but got out early in the last match.

Josh Inglis is also performing well in his new position as the middle-order batsman. Skipper Ashton Turner has been scoring some quick runs and providing an excellent finish to the team but was out for a duck in the last match. After struggling for few games, Mitchell Marsh batted brilliantly in the previous match scoring a brilliant 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, but their performance was not that good in the last match. Jhye Richardson has been the consistent wicket-taker in the team. 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 but was very expensive in the last match. Andrew Tye has appeared to be getting back in form as he has been consistently picking up wickets in recent games.

Scorchers would not want their previous match’s result to affect their performance in the Qualifier. They are a powerful team and have a perfect chance of qualifying for the finals.

SIX vs SCO Match Details

Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers, Qualifier, Big Bash League 2020-21.

Venue: Manuka Oval, Canberra.

Date: 30th January 2021

Time: 01:45 PM IST

SIX vs SCO Head-to-Head Records

Matches Played: 16

SIX Won: 6

SCO Won: 9

Tied: 1

No Result: 0

Pitch Conditions

Average 1st innings score: 173

Average 2nd innings score: 150

(The average scores are based on the nine completely played matches here at this venue so far this season)

The pitch is a balanced one with a bit of assistance for the pacers in the initial overs. The spinners will play a crucial role in the match.

The pitch is expected to slow down as the game progresses. A score above 165 could be considered a fighting total.

The chasing team has won seven out of the ten matches so far at this venue this season.

Weather Forecast

The weather will be sunny, but there is a chance of rain during the match.

SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team News

SIX:

  • Sixers have named a 19-player squad against the Scorchers.

SCO:

  • Scorchers have announced a 16-Man squad for the Qualifier against the Sixers.
  • They will be going with the same squad as of the last game.

Probable Playing XI

Sydney Sixers:

Josh Philippe (WK), James Vince, Daniel Hughes (C), Moises Henriques, Jordan Silk, Carlos Brathwaite, Daniel Christian, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Stephen O’Keefe, Jake Ball. 

Bench: Lloyd Pope, Jackson Bird, Justin Avendano, Jack Edwards, Ben Manenti, Gurinder Sandhu, Nick Bertus, Hayden Kerr.

Perth Scorchers:

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: Cameron Bancroft, Matthew Kelly, Corey Rocchiccioli, Kurtis Patterson, Joel Paris.

Top picks for SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team

 SIX:

Josh Philippe:

(14 M, 454 R, 32.43 A)

Josh Philippe will open the innings for his side and will look to play attacking cricket in the powerplay. He was out for only 1 run in the last match but is currently the second-highest run-scorer this season. 

James Vince:

(14 M, 344 R, 26.46 A)

He opened the innings in the last match and is a player who can strike the ball very well. James Vince batted well, scoring 46 runs in the previous match.

Dan Christian:

(14 M, 252 R, 36 A + 40 O, 13 W)

Dan Christian is a complete all-rounder who will bowl his four overs in the middle and death overs and do his team’s finishing duties with the bat. He batted brilliantly, scoring 49* runs from just 23 balls in the last match.

Moises Henriques:

(3 M, 137 R, 45.66 A)

He is an all-rounder who is equally good with both bat and ball but has not bowled so far in this season. Henriques batted well, scoring 38 runs in the last match.

Ben Dwarshuis:

(11 M, 42 R, 21 A + 37.3 0, 19 W)

Ben Dwarshuis is a brilliant bowler who can pick crucial wickets for his team in the powerplay and the death. He bowled brilliantly, picking up 3 wickets in the last match.

Sean Abbott:

(2 M, 5 R, 5 A + 8 O, 4 W)

He is a right-arm fast bowler and can also be handy with the bat down the order. Abbott bowled well, picking up 2 wickets in the last match.

Daniel Hughes:

(12 M, 297 R, 23.08 A)

Skipper Hughes is a left-handed batsman and plays according to the situation of the match. In the last game, he scored only 3 runs.

Carlos Braithwaite:

(14 M, 45 R, 6.42 A + 42 O, 15 W)

He is an all-rounder but is mostly known for his bowling and his ability to hit big sixes. Brathwaite was very expensive but managed to pick up a wicket.

Jordan Silk:

(14 M, 365 R, 36.50 A)

He is a right-handed middle-order batsman and is known for scoring runs quickly. Silk batted well in the last match scoring 35 runs.

Steve O’keefe:

(12 M, 41 O, 14 W)

He is a left-arm orthodox bowler and is consistent at picking up wickets. In the last match, Steve went wicketless.

Jake Ball:

(7 M, 24 O, 9 W)

He is a Right-arm fast-medium bowler. Jake Ball was expensive and went wicketless in the last match.

SCO:

Jason Roy:

(11 M, 352 R, 35.20 A)

He is a right-handed opening batsman and likes to play attacking cricket. Jason Roy batted well, scoring 41 runs in the last match.

Liam Livingstone:

(11 M, 289 R, 26.27 A + 4 O, 3 W)

He is a right-handed batsman and is also a part-time bowler. Livingstone scored 32 runs and also managed to pick up a wicket in the last match.

Colin Munro:

(13 M, 411 R, 34.25 A)

Colin Munro is a player to watch out for this season and has now started to bat in the middle order. He scored only 7 runs in the last match but is one of the top five run-scorers this season. 

Mitchell Marsh:

(12 M, 253 R, 42.16 A + 11.3 O, 4 W)

He is an all-rounder and equally good with both bat and ball, but he has contributed mostly with the bat this season. Marsh batted brilliantly, scoring 54 runs from just 26 balls in the last match.

Jhye Richardson:

(14 M, 89 R , 22.25 A + 50.3 O, 27 W)

Jhye Richardson is one of Australia’s best domestic bowlers and has a bit of international experience under his belt. Richardson was expensive with the ball but managed to pick up 1 wicket in the last match. He is currently the leading wicket-taker this season.

Josh Inglis:

(14 M, 322 R, 29.27 A)

Josh Inglis is a hard-hitting wicketkeeper-batsman and has been batting brilliantly this season after changing his batting order. In the previous game, he scored 12 runs.

Andrew Tye:

(14 M, 37 R, 18.50 A + 43.1 O, 17 W)

He is a right-arm medium-fast bowler. Andrew Tye bowled well, picking up 2 wickets in the last match.

Jason Behrendorff:

(13 M, 43 O, 14 W)

He is a left-arm fast bowler and bowls at a decent pace. Behrendorff bowled well in the last match, picking up 2 wickets.

Fawad Ahmed:

(14 M, 46.3 O, 12 W)

He is a right-arm leg-break bowler and consistently picks up wickets. Fawad was very expensive and went wicketless in the last match.

Aaron Hardie:

(14 M, 89 R, 17.80 A + 36 O, 7 W)

He is a young bowling all-rounder and can be handy with the bat down the order. In the last match, Aaron scored 11 runs but went wicketless.

SIX vs SCO Dream11 Prediction

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SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team Qualifier Match
SIX vs SCO Dream11 Team Qualifier Match

Captain/Vice-Captain Choices

  • Josh Philippe
  • 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.

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