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Online Cricket Betting – Free Tips | BBL 2020-21, Match 45: Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars

About a week ago, the semi-final qualification hopes of the Melbourne Stars looked slim. However, two consecutive wins have earned them a hope to qualify. With 5 wins from 11 games, they are currently ranked fourth. However, they are tied on the same points with two other teams and would ideally prefer a convenient cushion.

If they defeat their local Melbourne Renegades rivals tomorrow, a cushion is something they will create. Renegades had a poor season, having won just 2 of their 11 matches. In the last Melbourne Derby, they were no match to their rivals. Considering how they play, it is unlikely that the last-placed team would match with the Melbourne Stars.



Melbourne’s weather would be cricket-friendly. The temperature is about 22 ° C, with a 10 per cent chance of rain.



The pitch is going to be sufficient for batting. The ball goes nicely on to the bat. In the second half, the wicket could be a little slower. It’s an excellent wicket that we anticipate will remain true throughout the game. Both teams need to play well to win this match; toss may not significantly impact the outcome.


Playing XIs:

Melbourne Renegades

Aaron Finch (c), Sam Harper (wk), Mackenzie Harvey, Shaun Marsh, Will Sutherland, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Noor Ahmad, Imad Wasim, Kane Richardson, Peter Hatzoglou, Beau Webster


Melbourne Stars

Glenn Maxwell (c), Seb Gotch (wk), Marcus Stoinis, Andre Fletcher, Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Sam Rainbird, Adam Zampa, Billy Stanlake, Zahir Khan, Hilton Cartwright


Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars Dream 11:

Marcus Stoinis (c), Sam Harper (wk), Mackenzie Harvey, Shaun Marsh, Hilton Cartwright, Andre Fletcher, Imad Wasim, Glenn Maxwell, Billy Stanlake, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa


They look like a real force now with players like Nic Larkin, Hilton Cartwright, Andre Fletcher to score runs. Already, Maxwell and Stoinis are in top form. Zampa and Zahir Khan were a nemesis for their opposition as a bowling unit.

The batting unit was a significant let-down for the Renegades. They don’t seem to have enough quality in their roster, and we think they’re going to struggle against the Stars once again.

Let’s back Melbourne Stars to win this easy game with now to win some cash!

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