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BBL 2022-23: Match 54, REN versus STR Match Gauge – Who will rule the current BBL game between?


On 24th January, Melbourne Renegades and Adelaide Strikers will act in BBL’s 54th match.

Melbourne Rebels (REN) will battle it out with Adelaide Strikers (STR) in the 54th match of the Colossal Hammer Affiliation 2022-23 at the Docklands Field on Tuesday, January 24.

The last time when Melbourne Renegades and Adelaide Strikers turned into the mind-boggling center, the Strikers ruled the match by 20 runs. Adelaide Strikers, on the other hand, are in an unsound situation, having lost four games in progression. Strikers are sixth on the table, with ten concentrations to their name, and the coming experience will be a do or die struggle for them. A triumph against the Nonconformists will provide them with a commitment of something better to meet all necessities for the finish of the time games.

Melbourne Renegades are coming into the game, having encountered two progressive mishaps. Despite the misfortunes, Aaron Finch and Co. at the present time stand fourth on the centers table, with six victories added to their collection and they would expect to select a victory against the Strikers to move to the third spot.

Docklands Field has offered a batting-obliging surface up until this point. Regardless, there is some eat in the surface, which has helped the pacers, too. Three out of the last four matches played here have been won by the gathering chasing after and consequently, the side winning the toss should have a go with the ball first.

In any case, both Melbourne Renegades and Adelaide Strikers are wildly holding on to perform well in 54th match of BBL on 24th January 2023, at 1:45pm. While, Melbourne are very few steps before Adelaide Strikers could win in their Tuesday’s match too.

Adelaide Strikers Squad: Travis Head(c), Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w), Adam Hose, Colin de Grandhomme, Harry Nielsen, Cameron Boyce, Wes Agar, Peter Siddle, Harry Conway, Ryan Gibson, Henry Hunt, Henry Thornton

Melbourne Renegades Squad: Shaun Marsh, Martin Guptill, Sam Harper(w), Aaron Finch(c), Matthew Critchley, Will Sutherland, Jack Prestwidge, Jonathan Wells, Tom Rogers, Corey Rocchiccioli, David Moody, Fawad Ahmed, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mackenzie Harvey, Ruwantha Kellepotha, Kane Richardson



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