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After playing two matches at the smaller venues, the Hobart Hurricanes are finally back at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. The surface here is expected to be fantastic for batting and should suit the home side much more. The Hurricanes will be playing their next match against the Melbourne Renegades, the defending champions, and another strong batting side.
The Renegades have ahead a tough start to their BBL 09 campaign and have lost both the matches they have played so far. Things don’t seem to be getting any easier with a trip down to Hobart, though.
Big Bash 2019-20 seems to be a pretty open one and with five playoff spots up for grabs, every team is going to have a chance till the late stages of the group phase.
Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades BBL 2019-20 is going to be played at the Bellerive Oval, Hobart on the 24th of December 2019.
The Hurricanes suffered a massive defeat at the hands of the Melbourne Stars in their previous game as their batting lineup failed completely. It was one of the worse performances we have seen from the Hobart Hurricanes in the past few seasons as they slipped from 30 for 1 to 68 for 8 in the face of some hostile fast bowling.
Darcy Short is the heart and soul of this batting lineup and the pressure really climbs when he gets out early. There are some very good players in the side like Ben McDermott and David Miller but the decision to not play George Bailey was a bit strange.
A calming presence in the middle and someone who can play the slower bowlers very well is just what the Hobart Hurricanes missed in their previous game.
None the less, we expect the Hobart Hurricanes batting to strike back pretty strongly in this next match. The batsmen will like the ball coming on to the bat and will be able to score much more freely.
Rilee Meredith was the pick of the bowlers in the previous match as he picked up three wickets. Qais Ahmed also continued to bowl well while Clive Rose was very economical too. Nathan Ellis went for some runs in his final over but bowled very well up until then and looks like a good prospect.
The Hobart Hurricanes will fancy their chances against a struggling Melbourne Renegades batting.
D'Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, David Miller, GJ Bailey, Simon Milenko, James Faulkner, Nathan Ellis, Clive Rose, Qais Ahmad, Riley Meredith.
The Renegades managed to come within 11 runs of chasing down 197 against the Perth Scorchers but we think the scoreboard looks a bit more flattering than it should. It took some brave hitting from Beau Webster and Shaun Marsh to get the team so close at a time when the cause looked completely lost.
The Melbourne Renegades have struggled in BBL 09 so far and their batting has to be blamed.
Sam Harper has to prove that he can be more than a cameo player at the top of the order while Aaron Finch has to find a way to stop throwing away his starts. Shaun Marsh has been in superb form but his strike-rate could use a bit of a boost and the entire lower middle-order needs to get its act together.
As things stand right now, we are not very confident about the top-order of the Melbourne Renegades or the depth in the batting. That could be a big problem a venue like the Bellerive Oval where runs are going to be plentiful.
We are also not convinced with the Melbourne Renegades bowling. The experiment of playing Richard Gleeson as a somewhat surprise element has not worked out and Harry Gurney also went for a lot of runs. Kane Richardson was the stand-out bowler for the Renegades with four wickets but he is going to need some support from the other bowlers.
Also, the likelihood of Boyce going for a lot of runs is pretty high in this next match.
Sam Harper, Aaron Finch, Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, BJ Webster, TLW Cooper, DT Christian, Cameron Boyce, KW Richardson, Richard Gleeson, Harry Gurney.
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The pitch at the Bellerive Oval is brilliant for batting. The ball comes on nicely to the bat and there is a good amount of bounce for the batsmen. The bowlers have to work hard and get their death bowling skills right otherwise they could struggle.
The weather in Hobart is very good for cricket right now and expected to stay the same for the upcoming match as well.
A score of around 180 can be seen as the minimum that teams will be aiming for batting first.
Dream11 tips and Dream11 prediction for Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades. We are predicting a run-fest at the Bellerive Oval and so have included a batting-heavy side. The spinners have had some success in recent matches and we are sticking to form there as well.
We are backing the home team in this contest and think they are going to be able to overpower the Renegades. The Hobart Hurricanes are very strong at home and well suited to the conditions at the BelleriveOval. Their batting looks stronger and the bowling has more variety.
Bet on the Hobart Hurricanes to win.
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