Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder Prediction – Big Bash 11th Match

Hurricanes won by 7 wickets

  • Date: December 28, 2018
  • Time: 01:45 PM IST
  • Venue: Bellerive Oval, Hobart

Betting Odds

Hobart Hurricanes – 1.83 (bet INR 100 and win INR 183 if Hobart Hurricanes wins) BET NOW
Sydney Thunder – 1.90 (bet INR 100 and win INR 190 if Sydney Thunder wins) BET NOW

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Betting Tips for Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder, 11th Match

  • D’Arcy Short leads for Hurricanes in the best batsman market with 3.00 (win INR 300 by betting INR 100) odds while Jos Butler is expected to be the best batsman for Thunder with the same odds BET NOW
  • Jofra Archer has odds of 2.75 (get INR 275 by staking INR 100) to be best bowler for Hurricanes while Fawad Ahmed leads for Thunder with 3.50 (get INR 350 by staking INR 100) BET NOW
  • For Man of the Match award D’Arcy Short and Jos Butler are tied on odds of 8.00 (get INR 800 by staking INR 100) BET NOW
  • In the most match sixes market the teams are sharing odds of 2.05 (win INR 205 by wagering INR 100) BET NOW
  • For the highest opening partnership market the teams are tied on the same odds of 1.90 (get INR 190 by betting INR 100) BET NOW

Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder Match Odds by BetRally & Betway

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Big Bash 11th Match Squad Comparison

Hobart Hurricanes

They were the finalists last year and the team led by Mathew Wade has looked good so far in the tournament. They have won the two games they have played against Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Stars quite comfortable and when they take the field at their home ground the side would be extremely confident. Wade would be extremely proud with the way his batsmen have played in both these games and the bowlers who are yet to hit the top gear have done well. He would like to win the upcoming game and make it three in three.
Mathew Wade and D’Arcy Short have struck the perfect chord as far as opening the batting is concerned. They are playing their strokes and putting runs on the board. Alex Doolan’s form remains bit of a concern for the side. George Bailey, Ben McDermott and Simon Milenko have played well in the middle order and this has helped the side win the two games so far. In the bowling department James Faulkner has bowled well and so has Jofra Archer. Along with Johan Botha and Riley Meredith they are a good bowling side and would test the opponents.

Sydney Thunder

Shane Watson’s side seems to have put behind the horrors of the last season. After the first week and two games played they comfortably have won both of them. They started their campaign on the right note defeating Melbourne Stars before winning the home derby against Sydney Sixers. In both these games we have seen a side beaming with confidence and eager to take on the opponents and being led by the veteran Watson. The skipper would hope his side maintains the same momentum as a win in the next game would put them comfortably on the points table.
Jos Buttler has looked in great form so far in the tournament and with Shane Watson makes a great opening pair. Callum Ferguson and Joe Root have looked good but have failed to turn their starts into a big score. Jason Sangha seems to be the find for the season and with the likes of Daniel Sams and Chris Green they have a good batting line-up. The bowlers have also done well so far Sams has looked great while the new ball attack of from Sam Rainbird and Jonathan Cook has also done well. Fawad Ahmed and Chris Green complete a strong bowling attack for the side which will test the opposition.

Our Prediction for Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder

Hobart Hurricanes will win this game
When Hobart Hurricanes take on Sydney Thunder at their home ground Bellerive Oval, Hobart it would be one of the big clashes of Big Bash 2018-19. Both the sides have won their first two games and would like to top the table with a win in the upcoming game. Hobart Hurricanes who have a better record against the Thunder and play in their home ground would go into this match with added confidence. But Thunder isn’t likely to make it easy for them in the upcoming game which promises to be one of the best contests so far in the season.
Hobart Hurricanes are playing in their home ground and have a better record against Sydney Thunder and this would put them slightly ahead in the next game.

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