Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – KFC Big Bash League Dream11 Predictions, Lineups and more

The Adelaide Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes will face off for the third time this season in what will be an eliminator match, as the KFC Big Bash League nears its completion. Both teams will be looking to field the best lineup possible and we expect the game to be fiercely competitive.

Adelaide Strikers ended at the fourth position on the points table of this season of the KFC Big Bash T20 whereas Hobart Hurricanes finished off at the fifth spot on the points table.

Adelaide Strikers played fourteen matches in this season of the KFC Big Bash T20 where they managed to win six matches while Hobart Hurricanes also played fourteen matches in this season where they won seven games.

The two teams have played two matches against each other in this season where both Adelaide Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes won one game each.

The Eliminator game is scheduled to take place on the 21st of January, 2022 as the MCG.

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – Pitch Report

The surface at the Melbourne Cricket Ground is a batting-friendly wicket and is expected to assist the batters hugely in both innings. There is very little help on offer for the pacers early on, and the spinners will have to bowl tight lengths to fetch any purchase. Expect to see both teams pack in some heavy hitters in their lineup for this game.

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes probable XI

Adelaide Strikers

Matt Renshaw, Henry Hunt, Ian Cockbain, Jonathan Wells, Jake Weatherald, Thomas Kelly, Harry Nielsen(wk), Henry Thornton, Peter Siddle (c), Harry Conway, Fawad Ahmed, Liam Scott, Daniel Worrall

Hobart Hurricanes

Ben McDermott(wk), Josh Kann, Matthew Wade (c), D’Arcy Short, Tim David, Caleb Jewell, Peter Handscomb, Jordan Thompson, Thomas Rogers, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane, Wil Parker, Mitchell Owen

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – Dream11 Top Picks

Matthew Short

Matthew Short comes into this fixture with a good run of form. He has been immense for the Adelaide Strikers this season, having scored 359 runs and sitting second in the team’s top scorers list. The team will expect him to do some heavy hitting in order to get them across the line.

Peter Siddle

One of the players that we have persisted with this season, in our fantasy lineup, is Peter Siddle. He has been a vital part of the Adelaide Strikers and also their leading wicket-taker with 23 scalps to his name this season. We expect him to be front and center in terms of the bowling attack. He can also be handy with the bat at times, so he will be a good pick for your fantasy lineup.

D’Arcy Short

When it comes to the Hobart Hurricanes, you cannot ignore the contributions of D’Arcy Short, both with the bat and ball. The All-Rounder has been one of Hobart’s best players this season, scoring 388 runs in 14 matches and scalping 5 wickets in the 11 matches where he was put into bowl. We will recommend his name for your fantasy lineup as there are not many people who can strike the ball as Short can.

Ben McDermott

The right-hand batsman has been a standout performer for the Hurricanes this season with a total of 571 runs scored in 12 innings. He is capable of producing big knocks for his team, and they will want him to do just that in the Eliminator.

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – Dream11 Fantasy Lineup No.1

Wicket Keeper – Matthew Wade, Ben McDermott

Batsmen – Jonathan Wells, Caleb Jewell, Ian Cockbain

All-Rounders – Matthew Short (c), Matt Renshaw, D’Arcy Short (vc)

Bowlers – Peter Siddle, Fawad Ahmed, Tom Rogers

 

 

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – Dream11 Fantasy Lineup No.2

Wicket Keeper – Ben McDermott (c), Matthew Wade

Batsmen – Jonathan Wells, Ian Cockbain, Tim David, Jake Weatherald

All-Rounders – D’Arcy Short, Matthew Short

Bowlers – Peter Siddle (vc), Sandeep Lamichhane, Fawad Ahmed

 

 

Quick Tip – You can replace Sandeep Lamichhane with Tom Rogers or Riley Meredith in case of selection issues.

Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes predicted winner

The Hurricanes have been in a better vein of form off late and we expect them to come away with the victory.