Top cricket match prediction: All-around six record clear victory

Aside from a minor stutter in the second half of the chase, the Sydney Sixers had an almost clinical appearance in their match against the Melbourne Renegades on Friday (30 December) as they completed a double in a six-wicket victory at Simmons Stadium in Geelong. did. their opponents. The Sixers have won four of his six games and he has moved up to second place, while Perth’s Scorchers have maintained their lead thanks to an improvement in his net run rate.

The Renegades managed just 124/7 to decide the batting as the Sixers’ bowlers put in a disciplined performance, led by two wicket draws from Hayden Carr and Chris Jordan. After Curtis Patterson and James Vince clocked 30 seconds in the chase, Daniel Christian scored an unbeaten 21 from 15 to put his team over the line with 17.5 overs.

The Renegades batsmen fared poorly in the first innings as they fell to 52/3 in ten overs. Their top scorer Sean Marsh (35 of 29) was the third person to leave the team before Jonathan Wells and Aaron Finch formed a partnership. But even they couldn’t score on the pace that Renegades had hoped for, failing in an effort to raise the ante just above 120.

Josh Phillippe went down early in the chase, but a 60-run stand with Patterson and Vince kept the Sixers on course. Renegades tried to fight back with wickets and controlled the flow of runs to allow the Sixers to stay at 99/4 after 15 overs. However, Christian closed it out with four straight borders ahead of Kane Richardson on the 18th to give the Renegade their third loss at the trot.

Brief scores: Melbourne Renegades 124/7 in 20 overs (Shaun Marsh 35, Jonathan Wells 28; Chris Jordan 2-25, Hayden Kerr 2-25) lost to Sydney Sixers 126-4 in 17.5 overs (James Vince 39, Kurtis Patterson 38; Akeal Hosein 2-24) by 6 wickets.

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