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Online Cricket Betting – Free Tips | BBL 2020-21, Match 29: Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers

The Melbourne Renegades will face hosts Adelaide Strikers in the 29th game of the forthcoming Big Bash League (BBL) season on Tuesday. The Strikers are currently in the fifth position, having won three of the seven games they have played so far. They have received a few Bash Boost points and have 13 points in their name. The Strikers have won and lost a game at home this season and will be eager to improve their record.

The Renegades, on the other hand, still are struggling. They’re trapped at the bottom of the points table, having won just a single match in seven outings. The Aaron Finch-led team has only won five points so far and will have to face the ante to get a chance to make it to the playoffs.



The weather will be clear with temperatures about 20 degrees.



The pitch is a good one to fight with the ball skidding off the surface. There’s plenty to give pacers and batsmen to keep an eye out for extra bounce and swing. The spinners will also have a say, provided the comparatively larger square borders.

Ideally, the two teams will want to chase after winning the toss, with the conditions not expected to change much. 160-170 should be a vast number, and the middle overs should be critical to both sides’ fortunes.


Playing XIs:

Melbourne Renegades

Aaron Finch (c), Sam Harper (wk), MacKenzie Harvey, Beau Webster, Jake Fraser McGurk, Mohammad Nabi, Rilee Rossouw, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Noor Ahmad/Imad Wasim, Josh Lalor, Peter Hatzaglou


Adelaide Strikers

Alex Carey (c&wk), Philip Salt, Matt Renshaw, Jonathan Wells, Jake Weatherald, Ryan Gibson, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Danny Briggs, Wes Agar, Daniel Worrall


Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers Dream 11:

Philip Salt (c), Alex Carey (wk), Jake Weatherald, MacKenzie Harvey, Matt Renshaw, Jack Prestwidge, Beau Webster, Mohammad Nabi, Daniel Worrall, Peter Siddle, Rashid Khan


With the Melbourne Renegades woefully out of shape, the Strikers are the favourites to win the game. They played twice at the venue this season and boasted a superior head-to-head record against the Renegades with 8 wins from 12 matches. Let’s bet on now to support your favourite cricket team!

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