Match prediction 100 sure:Sydney Sixers survive Asif Ali’s onslaught to win opening game

The Pakistani hitter smashed 41 of 13 pitches to give the Sixers a late-game scare

The Sydney Sixers 137-6 (Philip 43, Dooley 2-19, Shadav 2-32) beat the Hobart Hurricanes 131-7 (Asif 41, Abbott 2-32) by 6 runs in the DLS format.

The Sydney Sixers recorded his first win of the BBL season this late as Asif survived a late attack from Ali on his SCG surface to hold off his Hurricane Hobart.

Rain delayed the start by an hour and the match was reduced to 14 overs. Some raised eyebrows when Sixers captain Moises Henriquez batted, but it was a feat.

The Sixers his bowler defended 138 and was happy to return to his SCG favorite. He sidelined the Hurricanes until Asif scored an amazing 41 of his 13 ball wins.

Asif who seems to cause miracles
The Hurricanes were dead and buried, requiring 45 out of 10 deliveries until Asif came up with another idea. He went on to break 22 runs from Hayden Carr’s next four deliveries, the last of which was a full-throw six at waist level called a no-ball. The Hurricanes needed 23 from the final over, and their odds increased significantly when the speedy Naveen Ul-Haq threw one wide on his first throw and was then hit on the Boundary by a bright red Asif.

The Sixers’ players looked gray as stunned fans felt a massive meltdown…but Asif persisted with his next delivery to finally wipe out the Hurricane’s chances.

O’Keeffe enjoys a slow finish
Left-arm weirdo Steve O’Keeffe turned 38 earlier this month, but he hasn’t lost his ability to annoy thugs. O’Keeffe proved to be a key factor on the increasingly slowing surface after the fast-paced Optus he lost to the Scorchers at the stadium. With skillful bowling, O’Keeffe slowed down the Hurricanes’ high-octane top batter. He took a key wicket from Ben McDermott in four overs and came back with a crucial point in eight overs.

The Hurricanes’ run rate had increased to 12+ when captain Matthew Wade stepped in. But he rolled his ball for nine points in his 11th delivery in the first. could not break the bond of

A frustrated Wade holed spinner Todd Murphy in the next over and kicked the bat in a trot in disgust. Sixers Batting Lineup Mixed Bag

The Sixers wanted to compensate for the losses to the Strikers and Scorchers after his display of sloppy batting.

After an upside-down batting effort against the Hurricanes, the Sixers have no batterscore in half a century this season despite having competitive totals due to strong bookends.

Openers Josh Phillip and Curtis Patterson eventually fired in a 68-run opening partnership, leading the Sixers to the Flyer. With a two-game Test average of 144, Patterson was a revelation as an aggressive starting pitcher for last season’s champion his coachers.

Back in Sydney, Patterson made his first impression of the season with a 25-ball 38, creating a strong platform with Philippe. But their good work was ruined before Kerr hit the ball valuable 20-32 after collapsing 16-5.

Kerr, who has scored 42 against the Scorchers, continues to make convincing arguments to improve his standings.

Shadhab makes amends after dropping babysitter
The Hurricanes were beaten early as Wade used five different bowlers in the same over in a desperate attempt to break through.

Their early predicament was symbolized when spinner Shadav Khan dropped the easiest return catch in five overs and allowed Philippe.

A wet ball may have given him an excuse to mess with a skier, but Shadab was desperate to make amends.

Shadav did just that when he came back in eight overs and hit Philippe with a slow, wide throw into the long off. Shadav bounced back Enrique’s first pitch with a brilliant jump catch and suddenly burst into flames.

It was a reminder of his sacking of Scorchers all-rounder Aaron Hardy for bowling with a spectacular catch earlier in the week.

Shadab’s effort sparked the collapse of the Sixers and left-arm spinner Paddy Dooley, whose unorthodox bowling action caused an uproar, continued his breakout season with the wickets of Jordan Silk and Dan Christian. I was.

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