Match 33 in BBL|10 is Adelaide Strikers Vs Melbourne Renegades on 8/1/21, and here we bring you our match preview, latest odds, spread betting, and top prediction on the Strikers Vs Renegades.
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Strikers Vs Renegades Betting
- Match Odds – Adelaide Strikers 4/7 – Melbourne Renegades 11/8
- Opening Partnership – Strikers 11/10 – Renegades 8/11 – Tie 33/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ Evs
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 170+ @ 15/8
Adelaide Strikers Vs Melbourne Renegades Match Preview
- Adelaide Strikers Vs Melbourne Renegades is Match 33 in the Big Bash League 2020/21 season, also known as BBL|10.
- The match is on 8th January, and starts at 7.10am (UK time).
- The venue for this fixture is the Adelaide Oval. This is officially a home match for the Strikers.
- Adelaide Strikers are just holding onto their position in the top 4 of the table.
- They have 17 points from eight matches, with four wins and four losses.
- The Strikers will know this is a great chance to put pressure on the sides above them in the table.
- Melbourne Renegades are currently bottom of the table and are having a disastrous 2020/21 Big Bash.
- They have now lost seven matches in a row, and their season has just gone from bad to worse.
- The Renegades have won just one match, and have only 5 points from eight matches.
Cricket Spread Betting
- Adelaide Strikers/Melbourne Renegades – Sell @ 11 Buy @ 19
- Adelaide Strikers – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 60 Buy @ 66
- Melbourne Renegades – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 34 Buy @ 40
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Adelaide Strikers Vs Melbourne Renegades Prediction 8/1/21
The bizarre thing about this match is that I think the Renegades are going to win one sooner or later.
They can’t keep on losing every match, can they?
In the Adelaide Strikers, they are coming up against a side with one or two holes in its batting line up.
Phil Salt has been patchy at the top of the innings, and the Strikers do rely a lot on Alex Carey.
But where the Strikers batting fails, they make up for in their bowling.
They have the guile of Rashid Khan, and he has been nicely backed up by Danny Briggs and a decent seam attack.
Based on nothing other than the law of averages, as it can’t be based on form, I’m going to go with the Renegades to win this one.
I just think against the Strikers they have a chance, and I’m backing them to get their second win of the competition.