Correct cricket match prediction: Vince 91* leads Sixers to emotional last-ball win

Sydney Sixers 176 for 4 (Vince 91*, Coulter-Nile 1-20) beat Melbourne Stars 173 for 5 (Stoinis 52, Rogers 48, Abbott 3-31) by six wickets

Stoinis’ half-century passed in vain, so Abbott scrapped three wickets

A native of England, James He Vince stayed in Sydney for nearly a century, but he spearheaded orders to lead the Sixers to Melbourne and the Stars to victory with his six wickets.

Marcus Stoinis hit 52 of his 28 pitches at his MCG on Friday, putting the Stars up his competitive 5-for-173. But the Sixers had only one ball left behind Vince’s undefeated 91 balls in his 59 deliveries and Jordan Silk’s late hit.

Silk scored his 6 off his third ball of Rookwood’s dramatic endgame, and Dan He was controversial before Christian reached the winning streak.

As a result, the Sixers beat the Stars to his ninth straight win. This is his BBL record period of time when one club dominated another. The Stars were behind in last place while the Sixers battled the Scorchers and Thunder for the lead.

The Sixers needed his 36 from his final 3 overs as Vince scored his 6 in a row against Trent Vault (39 to 1).

A further 11 runs were needed after the final over and Vince should have been on the run out looking for a 2 off the first ball, but the batter kept the ground short so fellow Englishman Joe Clarke found himself on the stumps. I missed the first shot.

Silk’s massive 6 (15 out of 10) tipped the game towards the Sixers, but was ruled to have nicked Wood’s next ball behind him, prompting him to cancel his marching order. received. Christian hit the only ball facing Woods at 4 to lead the Sixers to 4-176. Vince’s best innings of the season included nine fours and two sixes.

Earlier, in his first game since announcing his deal with ILT20, Stoinis had proven his worth as one of the BBL’s great entertainers.

The Stars-leading power hitter kept the home crowd alive as runners fielded his first 12 deliveries on the ball and exploded on his 38 of his next 12.

Blowing seven fours and two sixes, Stoinis starred as star Chris Jordan and Hayden He Carr and during his surge of power he scored 34 runs.

Stars opener Tom Rodgers occasionally rode his luck, signing in place of injured skipper Glenn Maxwell and conceding a career-high 48 deliveries from 33. But at BBL level, he couldn’t escape half a century when he was hit by Jordan’s brilliant dive catch in the outfield.

Sean Abbott (3-31) was the only multiple wicket taker in the game.

The Stars cut their hand after being injured while entrapping Campbell Kellaway to fire 28-year-old Daniel Hughes.

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