Sydney Thunder have lost just twice this season
Sydney Thunder have made a resounding start to the 2020/21 season of the Big Bash League and have six wins in eight matches, putting them right on top of the Big Bash League points table. Thunder have been solid with bat and ball and look like a completely different outfit to the one that played last season despite less changes to the squad as such. Their odds against a strong Perth Scorchers stand at 2.00, but they are more likely to win this game based on recent form.
The Scorchers, meanwhile, have had a mixed start to the season. Perth Scorchers have won three and lost three so far and will need a big win to keep themselves in contention for a top five spot. The Scorchers have better odds of 1.66 to win this fixture, but it will take a massive doing for them to overhaul the Thunder side.
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Overall record in the balance for Scorchers and Thunder
Overall record remains in the balance for both Perth Scorchers and Sydney Thunder. They have six wins apiece in the Big Bash League’s history over the years. The Thunder have, however, won five of the last six matches between these sides giving them a major boost to win this fixture.
RECOMMENDED BET: Sydney Thunder have recent form and head-to-head record in last few years going their way. They have odds of 2.00 to beat the Scorchers.
The initial matches between these sides was dominated by the Scorchers who were one of the best Big Bash League sides at the time. Over the last few seasons, though, the Sydney Thunder have made a strong comeback to gain an edge.
Keep an eye on…
Tanveer Sangha: With 15 wickets in eight matches, Tanveer Sangha has been the pick of the bowlers in his inaugural Big Bash League season. The leg-spinner might be a rookie, but has managed to stand out with his wicket-taking abilities this season for the Sydney Thunder. Can he keep the Scorchers silent?
TIP: Tanveer Sangha is the highest wicket-taker in the Big Bash League so far and have odds of 3.60 to be the away team’s top bowler.
Scorchers’ batting: Jason Roy, Colin Munro, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh and Ashton Turner make the Scorchers one of the strongest batting sides in the competition. The men in Orange have a powerful striking group and will be banked upon to counter a strong Thunder bowling to make a big impact.
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