Prediction of cricket match today: Ben Dwarshuis leads Sydney Sixers to victory

Ben Dwarshuis scored a four-wicket move after Josh beat Philippe for half a century in the Sydney Sixers’ 34-run victory over the Melbourne Renegades. After being restricted to 149/8, the Sixers saw off the Renegades on Wednesday (28 December) with 115, Sydney cricket scoring a comfortable win at his ground.

After being called for batting, Philippe and Curtis Patterson put the Sixers off to a solid start, and Mujeeb-Ur-Rahman finished the season opener with 32 points in five overs. to 80, he fired a series of shots into or over the fence. He put up 37-ball 50 before Will Sutherland ended his stay with 12 overs. The Renegade bowlers were much tighter as they attacked at regular intervals in the second half, hampering the Sixers’ success. 58 runs were made in the final eight overs, with only four fours scored after ten overs by the end of the innings, as Mujib, Sutherland and Kane Richardson shared seven wickets.

Renegades faltered early in the chase, losing to Martin Guptyl and Nick Maddinson in the first four overs. They managed only 15 in the first five, with Sean Marsh and Aaron Finch creating some boundaries, but managed only 58 at the end of ten overs.

As demand increased, the Renegade batsmen attempted to play batsmen, but fell to 77/6 by the end of 15 overs, thus losing a wicket in the process. It took him 66 seconds to win his last four overs. There were some big hits like Sutherland and Tom His Rodgers, but wickets continued to fall and Renegades were eliminated in his penultimate over.

Brief scores: Sydney Sixers 149/8 in 20 overs (Josh Philippe 55; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3-29, Kane Richardson 2-22) beat Melbourne Renegades 115 in 19 overs (Aaron Finch 36; Ben Dwarshuis 4-17, Sean Abbott 2-17) by 34 runs.

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